Philippine Abuse Case Coverup Continues
The night before the festive event/fundraiser a name kept coming up on her phone…she had missed three calls from the same unknown person.
Googling the name, she discovered it was the CFO of a Christian school…and he evidently wanted very much to speak with her.
She would learn when returning the call that he was also an elder at CCC.
The purpose of the call was to demand repeatedly that she not mention the trial involving Randall’s associates at the orphanage under his supervision, nor to ask any questions about it.
Another friend was met at the door and “disinvited” from the proceedings.
Coffey wanted no scandal mentioned at the fundraiser where they passed out donation cards conveniently printed with a checkbox if you wanted to give a one time gift of 100k.
Most present would be blissfully unaware of the charges being pressed and they may close their wallets to Coffey’s “vision” if they were informed of them.
What kinds of questions would they be avoiding?
The first one would be concerning the trial itself…at one point Coffey gleefully tweeted to the world that the charges had been dropped.
They have not been…the trial begins Oct. 29th.
The second one would be why (in a video showing the missions the CCC supports) wasn’t Tom Randall’s World Harvest Ministries mentioned?
The answer would be that before the initial trial date last August, WHM was dissolved and the assets rolled under Coffey’s church.
Assets to the tune of 2.1 million dollars.
Why would that happen?
One possible reason would be to avoid liability should the accused be found guilty and the victims sue for compensation.
Only Coffey and Randall could answer that, but no questions were allowed and no statement has been given.
That document also shows 47,000.00 paid in legal fees.
It also shows operational expenses of 400K for the year…when the orphanage only operated for 16 days.
The second question is why Randall was posting on a live World Harvest Ministries Facebook page after the entity had been dissolved.
The corporation was liquidated on August 1, 2014, yet there are postings after this date and no mention of the dissolution.
The next question would be concerning the disposition of the assets in the Philippines.
The property and housing were purchased through the donations gathered by Randall through WHM…and from the sacrificial giving of some of the missionaries themselves.
There are unconfirmed reports that those assets were turned over to one of the accused, Toto Luchevez (referred to by Randall as his “best friend” in this video) and he has pocketed at least part of the proceeds from their sale.
Did that happen and how could that be righteous?
Too many questions, no real answers.
In Jesus name we should be demanding them…even if they lead to erasing check marks financing a religious vision.