Statement regarding conviction of James Pouillon’s murderer
On March 11, 2010, a Michigan jury found Harlan Drake guilty of the murder of CBR volunteer James Pouillon. Mr. Pouillon was shot and killed because Mr. Drake was angry that he was displaying abortion photo signs to students whose teachers were covering up the horror of abortion. The Flint Journal newspaper reported March 10, 2010 (“Jury to begin deliberating Harlan Drake trial Thursday morning”) that Mr. Drake testified “he felt no remorse” for Mr. Pouillon’s killing. According to the prosecutor in the case, “Drake considered himself a hero for the slayings.”
Jesus said to His followers in John 16:2, “… the time is coming when those who kill you will think they are doing a holy service ….” We thank God for Mr. Pouillon’sfaithful witness against the evil of abortion. We pray for Mr. Drake’s lost soul.