or the church of God.
1 Corinthians 10:32 (NIV) ✝
This reconciliation of slander is based on, and derived from, the case files of Alfred Wiggins Jr., a.k.a. 'The Host'.
Those files currently include: Alfred Wiggins Jr. v. Bridgewater State College and another, and Alfred W. Wiggins, Jr. vs. Crossroads Rhode Island and Housing Opportunities Corporation.
On the day of the events that led up to the lawsuit against Bridgewater State College, the Host was a Buddhist lay-priest in the Order of Nichiren Shoshu of America (NSA) and a veteran of the United States military.
The Host is no longer a Buddhist, but there are points of contention concerning slanders against his character, his former spiritual practice and his military service record that must be meticulously attended to and effectively reconciled.
At issue are four slanderous statements made by school psychologist Dr. Grace Seibert-Larke (and her colleagues), at Bridgewater State College, (now Bridgewater State University) in Bridgewater, Massachusetts on April 15, 2004.
Job 3:8 (NLT) ✝
What follows are the four slanders levied against the Host on April 15, 2004:
1. Dr. Grace Siebert-Larke told BSC Campus Police Chief David Tillinghast that the Host was bringing weapons to campus with the intention of hurting people. That statement led to what is now known as the Ambush at Bridgewater State College, when the campus police to treated the Host as a threat to the rest of the campus community.
During the interaction between the Host and Chief Tillinghast, the Host invited the Chief to search him and his car. The Chief accepted his invitation, and campus police officers conducted an extensive search, but failed to find weapons of any kind.
2. Dr. Grace Siebert-Larke reported that the Host was kicked out of the service on 'drug charges'. The truth is that he was honorably discharged after over six years of loyal service in the United States Army.
3. Dr. Siebert-Larke also misrepresented the Host's honorable service that day when she told other campus employees that he had been a military intelligence officer in the U.S. Army, which was totally false.
The Host began his military career as an enlisted man in combat arms as an artilleryman. When he re-enlisted, the Host became a member of the U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps where he remained until the end of his time in service.
2 Peter 2:12 (NLT) ✝
4. According to the Summary Judgement of Alfred Wiggins Jr. vs Bridgewater State College, Dr. Siebert-Larke never met or examined the Host. However, she cited him in her records for dancing to 'Buddhistic music' in the privacy of his own home, and said that his dancing to religious music was evidence of 'mania'.
Before the day was over, Dr. Siebert-Larke used those slanders against the Host's spiritual practice as a pretext to have him involuntarily and forcibly hospitalized in the psych ward at Brockton Hospital in Brockton, Massachusetts.
The Commiseration of Souls.
Matthew 6:6 (ESV) ✝
Ephesians 6:11 (ESV) ✝