The Police investigation into Marcus and Joni Lambs accusations of blackmail are found to be completely false and that a crime had not even been committed.
However, you can be confident ole Marcus will not “feel led” to go on the air to publicly repent for the slanderous tactics he employed to garner sympathy and deflect from his adulterous relationship.
It does appear that the former employees who were publicly slandered on national television are going to make sure Marcus goes before a judge to give an an account. It’s called judicial equity!
I personally wonder what the televangelist will do with this command by Jesus in Matthew 5:25 in light of the lawsuit being filed against him?
“Settle matters quickly with your adversary who is taking you to court. Do it while you are still with him on the way, or he may hand you over to the judge, and the judge may hand you over to the officer, and you may be thrown into prison.”
“On Thursday, Bedford police released the following statement: “After review of the details provided by Daystar and consulting with the Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office, there does not appear to be any criminal conduct under the Texas law. As such, the Bedford Police Department has ended its investigation into the matter.”
Jim Fisher, an attorney for three former Daystar employees, said last week that he approached Daystar’s attorneys Nov. 18 to discuss a lawsuit and a possible settlement. He said allegations of extortion were “preposterous.”
Fisher filed a lawsuit Dec. 1 on behalf of Jeanette Hawkins, Daystar’s marketing director from 2005 to 2008. In the suit, she claims that she was pressured to cover up the affair and that she became depressed, suicidal and was eventually committed to a mental institution.
Tonya Harlin, supervisor of economic crimes in the Tarrant County District Attorney’s office, said her review of the case found that Fisher had contacted Daystar’s lawyers to make a legal claim on behalf of his clients — not to commit a crime.”