Shiloh Baptist Pastor Admits Fraud

Shiloh Baptist Pastor Admits Fraud

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Chylloh

Clarksville, TN

#1 Jun 24, 2010
The longtime pastor at Shiloh Baptist Church pleaded guilty Monday to defrauding the U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Services of more than $1.2 million that was supposed to pay for the failed renovation of the old Maupin Elementary School in western Louisville.

The Rev. Henry M. Humphrey, 72, pleaded guilty to all 11 counts in an indictment against him, including conspiracy to defraud the government, soliciting kickbacks of federal funds, submitting false reports to HUD, wire fraud and conspiracy to launder money.

He faces a maximum sentence of 160 years and a $2.7 million fine.

His attorney Scott C. Cox, said the federal government will ask for a sentence of 24 months, while he will argue for probation. Cox said Humphrey is in poor health and was hospitalized for nearly a month last year with a heart condition.

"He has been extremely worried about his family and the members of his congregation," Cox said. "He believes it would be extremely difficult for them to have to endure a trial. He believes that getting some closure and putting this behind him is certainly in (everyone's) best interest".

Humphrey will be sentenced in August.

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You don't say, he was extremely worried about his family and members of his congregation........

I should say so, he was scared he was going to get caught after he demanded his congregation put in writing to pay 10% of their wages before take out, to the church (interpretation--into his greedy hands).

He wants to put this behind him because he is too sick to do time.

What.....this poor excuse of a minister should do triple time, just because he utilized the faith to steal money.He wasn't too sick to plan, initiate and rob, was he?

These are federal crimes, money laudering, wire fraud, stealing federal money, mercy me, this man knew exactly what he was doing and enjoyed every minute of it, now he whines about it.

Another whining black man, this is all we need to complete the Louisville Circle of Whining Blacks.

“Don't Start Nothing ”

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It won't be nothing

#2 Jun 24, 2010
Chylloh

Clarksville, TN

#3 Jun 25, 2010
The "Louisville Circle of Whining Blacks" continues to grow.

Obama is setting the example in his Chicago Thuggery way.

“Don't Start Nothing ”

Level 8

Since: Sep 07

It won't be nothing

#4 Jun 25, 2010
This lady best describe who and what Chylloh is, a shit starter.

Chylloh

Clarksville, TN

#5 Jun 25, 2010
"He has been extremely worried about his family and the members of his congregation," Cox said. "He believes it would be extremely difficult for them to have to endure a trial. He believes that getting some closure and putting this behind him is certainly in (everyone's) best interest".

..........

This so called minister who used faith to steal millions and then in all of his greedy arrogance states "he wants to put this behind him".

Well, maybe he can while doing hard time behind bars because this is where he belongs.

Oh yes, I know what you are thinking of, how about forgiveness.

.....you can forgive someone behind bars just as much as you can forgive them being free.

He committed the crimes, knowingly while preaching and demanding from his congregation to make sure they pay their 10% tithing up front before any bills.

He is of the worse kind of minister, using GOD to pad his pocket.
waymoresblues

Louisville, KY

#6 Jun 25, 2010
Chylloh wrote:
"He has been extremely worried about his family and the members of his congregation," Cox said. "He believes it would be extremely difficult for them to have to endure a trial. He believes that getting some closure and putting this behind him is certainly in (everyone's) best interest".
..........
This so called minister who used faith to steal millions and then in all of his greedy arrogance states "he wants to put this behind him".
Well, maybe he can while doing hard time behind bars because this is where he belongs.
Oh yes, I know what you are thinking of, how about forgiveness.
.....you can forgive someone behind bars just as much as you can forgive them being free.
He committed the crimes, knowingly while preaching and demanding from his congregation to make sure they pay their 10% tithing up front before any bills.
He is of the worse kind of minister, using GOD to pad his pocket.
the streets and the whites made him do it lol.
Chylloh

Clarksville, TN

#7 Jun 26, 2010
waymoresblues wrote:
<quoted text>
the streets and the whites made him do it lol.
Well of course, where do you think Obama gets his "blame game"?

...from the streets of Chicago and his thuggery friends he has.
sindy

Lebanon, KY

#8 Oct 26, 2012
Chylloh wrote:
The longtime pastor at Shiloh Baptist Church pleaded guilty Monday to defrauding the U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Services of more than $1.2 million that was supposed to pay for the failed renovation of the old Maupin Elementary School in western Louisville.
The Rev. Henry M. Humphrey, 72, pleaded guilty to all 11 counts in an indictment against him, including conspiracy to defraud the government, soliciting kickbacks of federal funds, submitting false reports to HUD, wire fraud and conspiracy to launder money.
He faces a maximum sentence of 160 years and a $2.7 million fine.
His attorney Scott C. Cox, said the federal government will ask for a sentence of 24 months, while he will argue for probation. Cox said Humphrey is in poor health and was hospitalized for nearly a month last year with a heart condition.
"He has been extremely worried about his family and the members of his congregation," Cox said. "He believes it would be extremely difficult for them to have to endure a trial. He believes that getting some closure and putting this behind him is certainly in (everyone's) best interest".
Humphrey will be sentenced in August.
..........
You don't say, he was extremely worried about his family and members of his congregation........
I should say so, he was scared he was going to get caught after he demanded his congregation put in writing to pay 10% of their wages before take out, to the church (interpretation--into his greedy hands).
He wants to put this behind him because he is too sick to do time.
What.....this poor excuse of a minister should do triple time, just because he utilized the faith to steal money.He wasn't too sick to plan, initiate and rob, was he?
These are federal crimes, money laudering, wire fraud, stealing federal money, mercy me, this man knew exactly what he was doing and enjoyed every minute of it, now he whines about it.
Another whining black man, this is all we need to complete the Louisville Circle of Whining Blacks.
our hud director is never disciplined or investigated and we got bedbugs in versailles ky real bad

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