Since the passage of Question 1 in Maine which repealed a law that had redefined marriage to include same sex couples, death threats have been coming in against those affiliated with the “Yes on 1” effort. According to Matt Barber:
Michael Heath, former director of the Christian Civic League of Maine, was directly targeted with a death threat shortly after the vote on 1. An anonymous caller telephoned the League and left a message warning: “I am calling about Mr. Mike Heath, the Executive of your Christian Civic League of Maine. He thinks that gay people should have our rights revoked that we already have. Well I can tell him this – I’m a gay guy who owns guns, and he’s my next target.”
Another death threat was made against Marc Mutty, chief of the unaffiliated “Yes On One” organization: “You’re dead. Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but soon…you’re dead.”
Death threats because these people are leading efforts to keep the institution of marriage from being radically redefined? Death threats because a vote was passed in Maine that has passed 31 out of 31 times in states where people have been asked to vote on the issue? Pray for the leaders at the forefront of this fight over family and marriage, the threats they are undergoing appear to be serious.
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