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Unmoved! - Rev Miller remains active preacher

Published:Saturday | September 24, 2011 | 12:00 AM
The Rev Al Miller after being found guilty in the Half-Way Tree Resident Magistrate's Court on Friday. - Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer


POPULAR CLERGYMAN the Reverend Al Miller has insisted that he would remain in the pulpit despite his criminal conviction yesterday.

Within minutes of the guilty verdict handed down by Senior Resident Magistrate Lorna Williams, Miller declared: "It does not in any way affect me."

"It does not affect how I approach things, what I do and how I do it. I continue to do what I have to do," insisted Miller, pastor of the St Andrew-based Fellowship Tabernacle church.

He seemingly acknowledged that his conviction could trigger widespread debate about his continued role as head of the popular church, but argued that everyone is entitled to his/her opinion.

"Like anything in life, people will have their perception and those perceptions may vary," he told The Gleaner.

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