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Friday, March 2, 2007



had an article thought out already about nakedness in Heaven... until I happened to see this in the news this morning....

On Feb. 26, police received a call from an employee at Chase Bank about an "unwanted subject," according to Det. Jeff White of the Hobart Police Department.

Kevin Russell, 21, had presented what appeared to be a starter check for $50,000. In the signature block was written, "King/Savior, King of Kings, Lord of Lords/Servant R.E.E," White said. The word "INHERITANCE" was written at the top of the check.

When the employee asked Russell who had given him the check, he answered, "My father," according to White.

The bank checked the account number, found it was invalid, and called police. Hobart police officers found several more checks on Russell, including one for $100,000 that was also signed by the King/Savior, King of Kings, Lord of Lords/Servant R.E.E., which Russell hadn't tried to cash.

"Apparently he didn't think God could cover that one," White said. "I guess God didn't have enough money in his account."

"You'd hate to have a check returned from God," he said.

After a brief struggle, police handcuffed Russell. White said Russell also threatened the transporting officer on the way to the police station. Russell has been charged with attempted check fraud, intimidation and resisting law enforcement.

White said he was disappointed by one thing: "I've been a supporter of God for a long time," he said. "I was disappointed that I didn't get a check from God too. I guess when you're the son of God, you take priority."

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