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On May 30, 2017, Tony Miano was cited/arrested outside the Planned Parenthood in Iowa City (IA). The charge: "Disorderly Conduct--Loud and Raucous Noise." When Tony was contacted by police that day, he was reading his Bible aloud, on a public sidewalk, 60' away from the front door of the abortuary.
On January 9, 2018, Tony stood trial, with Magistrate Edward Leff presiding.
A jury of six found Tony guilty as charged.
Magistrate Leff sentenced Tony to 30 days county jail (suspended), one year self-supervised probation, a fine, and to have no contact with any Planned Parenthood while on probation.
In this audio, you will hear Tony's testimony in open court. Following Tony's testimony, you will hear Magistrate Leff pronounce his sentence against Tony.
This audio is offered without commentary. The words of both men stand on their own.
Distressing... but a blessing This judge gave much opinion and feeling and I heard little of the law. He has judged by his own flawed perspective and worldview... and his own fabricated version of the law... and is this proven corrupt. An unrighteous judge is of little profit.
Thankfully, we serve the righteous Judge. He sees what has transpired here... and Iâ€™m certain He can supply your need as you CONTINUE to preach the gospel to those who perish and seek to cause the perishing of the unborn... and I pray for your protection in the event that Babylon decides to apprehend you again.
May God continue to bless you richly, Brother Tony... as He has blessed me richly through your ministry. -Aaron-
Tony Miano is a retired, 20-year veteran of the Los Angeles Country Sheriff's Department, where he served as both a deputy and chaplain. During more than a decade of full-time ministry,Â Tony has served as an elder, church planter, and missionary to the law enforcement community. He now...