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State-Propagandized anti-Christian zealot must pay penance for defacing St. Jude's Parish

National Post: 'A woman who pleaded guilty to splashing paint on the wall of a Vancouver church at the height of protests following the probable discovery of unmarked graves at residential schools has received a conditional discharge, meaning she will have to pay a fine but will not receive a criminal record.

'On July 1, 2021, roughly a month after the Tk’emlúps te Secwe̓pemc announced the probable discovery of 215 graves at the site of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School, Emily Luba and her twin sister went to St. Jude’s Parish, and were seen by two witnesses throwing orange paint onto the church.

'“One of them was wearing a jacket that had the words, ‘The Church is Complicit’ written on the back,” the court ruling, written by judge Gregory Rideout, says.'

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