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God and Freedom: Clergy honor Rev. Moon liberation from Danbury 1985

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August 29th 1985 liberation from Danbury. Clergy honor Rev. Moon's liberation from Danbury

Press conference, and gathering of over 1,000 clergy to honor Rev. Sun Myung Moon on his release as a champion of religious freedom. This is a turning point in Rev. Moon's work for "Uniting Religions against the Red Communism," which Nostradamus predicted, about the New Religious Leader, called "Moon", who is to bring lasting Peace and fulfill the Messianic prophecies about our age. 

This video of the God and Freedom Banquet as True Father left the Halfway House also includes the Press Conference with Jerry Fallwell, Joseph Lowery, and Don Sills.

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 "Refreshing video about True Father's freedom banquet. It is so overwhelmingly inspiring and full of pride." Ali Mahjoub

Rev. Moon1983: Investigation and Indictment by the United States Government

Under strong pressure from a few politicians who saw an easy way to gain favor with voters, the United States government launched an attack, violating many laws to put this new religious leader in prison.

He was charged with evading income taxes in
1981. The total amount of supposed taxes was around $7000. It's illegal to charge for such a small amount. Not to speak, these are not taxable - church money. The real purpose, however, was to spur Reverend Moon to leave America. All US clergy can this way be illegally accused.

"It must be God's will that I go to prison. There must be a providential reason why I must go this way," was his statement. Imprisonment was not new to Reverend Moon: He already had endured unjust imprisonment in communist North Korea, South Korea and Japan during World War II.

1984: Top Religious Leaders protest to this Violation of Religious Freedom 

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Protests were being made all around the nation over the injustice Reverend Moon was suffering as a result of religious persecution.

Christian leaders who never knew him began to realize that the government had made a serious assault on religious freedom.

Christians, including the National Council of Churches headed by Rev. Dean Kelley and non-religious groups representing more than 160 million Americans, came to his legal defense.

1984: US Senate Subcommittee Report on Rev. Moon’s Case “Injustice rather than justice has been served"

A US Senate Subcommittee published the following report on Reverend Moon's conviction:

“We accused a newcomer.. for conduct commonly engaged in by a large percentage of our own religious leaders, namely, the holding of church funds in bank accounts in their own names. Catholic priests do it. Baptist ministers do it, and so did Sun Myung Moon… 

"I do feel strongly, after my subcommittee has carefully and objectively reviewed this [Reverend Moon's tax] case from both sides, that injustice rather than justice has been served.” 

1984-85: Unjust Prison Life in US

Rev. Moon with Rev. Kamiyama
in Danbury Federal Prison

Without bitterness, Reverend Moon served time in Danbury Federal Prison. He quickly won the respect of fellow inmates for his humble and friendly ways.

On August 20, 1985, Reverend Moon was freed after completing thirteen months of incarceration. Upon his release, major Christian and civil rights leaders, including Reverend Jerry Falwell of the Moral Majority and Reverend Joseph Lowery of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, held a press conference decrying the persecution and imprisonment of Reverend Moon and to welcome him back.

1984: The Washington Times' Role in Ending Communism

In 1984, during his Danbury imprisonment, Reverend Moon founded the The Washington Times, which became the second largest daily newspaper in America’s capital. The Washington Times was founded by Rev. Moon and played main role in the peaceful fall of communism.

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