Hearing held in Uganda group’s suit against U.S. pastor

01/7/2013 | Republican (Springfield, Mass.), The

A federal judge considering whether to allow a lawsuit to go forward against anti-gay U.S. pastor Scott Lively expressed reservations about the suit unless the plaintiffs can show a direct connection to anti-gay violent acts in Uganda. The judge is considering a motion by Lively’s lawyers to dismiss the case ahead of a trial.

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