Caught On Camera: Preacher Cited by Officer Because It's "Illegal to Offend People"TheRebel
Feb. 11, 2016
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A preacher was cited by the Austin police department at the The University of Texas for 'offending people'.
The police department reportedly received a complaint that the preacher had 'offended' someone by speaking out against STDs and sex.
In the video you can see an officer tell the preacher that offending people is illegal.
According to The Daily Caller, The preacher was an intern with Campus Ministry USA, an evangelical ministry organization that travels around college campuses loudly preaching their message. It is headed by Brother Jed Smock.
The University told TheDC that the officer was responding to complaints that students were "verbally harassed".
"After a lawyer representing Joshua called the chief of police, the chief called Joshua and apologized. The citation was withdrawn." Brother Jed told TheDC.