I noticed the good folks at Melvin’s blog got into a sidebar about Word of Faith pulpit pimp Wiley Jackson. I was going to comment there, but I have so much to say it’s better to make a post here. They mentioned he’s trying to get people to get a Gospel Tabernacle Commemorative Prepaid Debit Card. I’m not surprised.
Wiley Jackson is one of the THE WORST OF THE WORST.
My wife got mixed up with his club before we got married. Then I brought her over into Eddie Long’s club. Fast Eddie is a close associate of Wiley Jackson’s. Glory be to God through Jesus Christ, we learned to flee all those vipers!
Even Eddie Long was preaching against money lines while running other money scams and Wiley Jackson was running money lines ALL THE TIME. Probably still does for all I know. I mean even after it was played out with most pimps, he still was running the “Gawd said 10 people with $50 come up, now 5 people with $100 come up” and so on…
But with Wiley Jackson there’s more! How many of you know about his mishandling, he called it a mistake, of government funds? A Dekalb county 6 figure grant given to him for a “computer lab”, he co-mingled with church funds. Somehow a company he owned was taking in the money for construction of things.
|State sues DeKalb County over misspent grant money
The Georgia attorney general’s office is suing DeKalb County to recoup an improperly spent state grant awarded to a friend of DeKalb Chief Executive Officer Vernon Jones.
DeKalb, which dispersed the funds on the state’s behalf, failed to prevent the Rev. Wiley Jackson Jr. from diverting the majority of the $135,750 intended for inner-city youths to his church and his for-profit company, according to the lawsuit filed Monday in DeKalb Superior Court”
How many of you know who Sidney Dorsey’s “spiritual adviser” was all during his trial for the murdering of Derwin Brown? That’s right Wiley Jackson was by Sid’s side, praying for Sid to be found innocent!
|Judge denies bond for sheriff charged with murdering successor
DeKalb County District Attorney’s investigator Chris Harvey testified about a meeting Cuffy had with prosecutors late last month. Cuffy told investigators that Dorsey asked him to kill Brown.
“Cuffy admitted his involvement and indicated that Dorsey was angry about losing the election,” Harvey said. “Cuffy said that several times he met with Mr. Dorsey about how to carry the plot out. Cuffy said Dorsey wanted Brown strangled so there would be no ballistic evidence.”
Cuffy also told investigators that the four men had followed Brown for weeks conducting “rehearsals” for the killing. If Brown had been vulnerable during the rehearsals, they would have killed him then.
Harvey testified that Cuffy said Dorsey wanted other opponents killed, including DeKalb District Attorney J. Tom Morgan and at least four others. Dorsey promised the men promotions or new jobs if they helped him, Cuffy told investigators.
Clarence Mosley, who worked in the sheriff’s department, testified that he went to Dorsey’s house shortly after the runoff election.
“Dorsey said words in the effect that Derwin Brown would not assume the office of sheriff. There would be a special election,” Mosley said.
Steel presented witnesses who testified that Dorsey was a law-abiding citizen who would not violate conditions of his bond. Steel said that Dorsey could be placed under house arrest and monitored with an ankle bracelet.
“He’s always been straight,” said the Rev. Wiley Jackson of Gospel Tabernacle Church. “He’s always been a man who does what he says he’s going to do.
“I believe Sidney would be consistent with his character. I believe he would do what he’s supposed to do under the jurisdiction of the court,” Jackson said.
Derwin Brown’s widow, Phyllis, said Dorsey may still be a threat, even from his jail cell.
“What’s to say that the rest of the hit list won’t be carried out?” she asked. “What’s to say that my family is now safe, simply because he’s in jail?”
Dorsey was arrested Nov. 30, more than 11 months after Brown was killed.
Sidney Dorsey was finally sentenced to LIFE in prison. Guilty for masterminding the murder of his political rival and he had plans to kill others!
When it comes to dirt bags, Wiley Jackson fits the definition well.