South Carolina Bible College Founder Headed To Prison
The founder and grifter of a South Carolina Bible college faces more than 40 years in prison after pleading guilty to federal charges stemming from overworking and underpaying international students, according to WYFF.
Reginald Wayne Miller, the founder of Cathedral Bible College in Marion, pleaded guilty on Wednesday in federal court in Florence, according to reports.
[su_center_ad]Miller pleaded guilty to four felony charges and two misdemeanors involving labor fraud, visa fraud and failing to pay minimum wages.
This sounds suspiciously like indentured servitude. (see: Rush Limbaugh)
Prosecutors claim the college classes were a sham and students were forced to live in substandard conditions and work at the college or Miller’s home for very little pay. According to authorities, students who refused to work were threatened with deportation.
In total, the charges carry a combined penalty of 41 years in prison and more than $1 million in fines.
A fine example of a Christian! May he learn his lesson the hard way – in prison. He should have a great deal of time to think about the immigrant workers he took advantage of and blackmailed with threats of deportation.
H/T: My tired BFF @ComgenKDT with thanks.