Travis Gettys rawstory.com "A Baptist minister from Virginia was sentenced Thursday to two years in prison for staging a phony hate crime attack at his home. Oleander Cuthrell, 41, minister of music at Gospel Shepherd Baptist Church, told the judge he was ashamed and embarrassed that he poured oil and gasoline across part of his home’s porch March 15 and setting fire to it after becoming overwhelmed by financial difficulties. 'It was the most irrational decision that I made in my life,' he told the judge. 'I can’t say just how bad I hate it.' Cuthrell, who is black, admitted to spray-painting racial slurs on two sides of his rental home in Chesterfield County to divert attention from himself before setting the fire. He also ignited a 16-ounce bottle filled with gas and oil inside a broken-down 1992 BMW parked in front of the house to help create more evidence that he’d been the victim of a racially motivated attack." to read more click here: rawstory.com
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