Malawian Man Sentenced, Not Raptured, After Believing Harold Camping
Posted by Heather
A Malawian man has pleaded guilty to distribution of false documents after handing out pamphlets to warn people of the May 21, 2011 rapture – that never took place.
He, like so many others, shouldn’t have put their beliefs in Harold Camping.
The Malawian man was originally arrested but released on bail, later given a 6-month suspended sentence after – surprise – May 21st, when he obviously wasn’t raptured (just like everyone else).
According to the original story on France24.com, 34-year-old Saduki Mwambene (a bicycle repairman) now regrets having put his faith in Harold Camping, even conceding that he is “a false prophet”.
I’m sure he is just one of the many people in the huge group of Harold Camping’s followers that regrets investing anything in support and promotion of Harold Camping’s message.
According to Wikipedia, Malawi is a country in southeast Africa, bordered by Zambia, Tanzania, and Mozambique but separated from Tanzania and Mozambique by Lake Malawi. The estimated population is 13,900,000.
The Original Full Article: Malawi Man Pleads Guilty Over Failed Rapture
“Pre-Rapture”: It’s the End of the World as We Know It? And I Feel Fine?
Post-Rapture: Attention Harold Camping – We’re All Still Here, What Gives??
Malawian Man Sentenced for Wrongly Predicting End of the World – AOL
Malawian Pleads Guilty Over Failed Rapture – Africa News 247
Malawian Man Pleads Guilty Over Failed Rapture – MSN
Malawian Pleads Guilty Over Failed Rapture – Yahoo
Malawian Pleads Guilty Over Failed “Judgment Day” – Malawi News, Nyasa Times
Malawian Pleads Guilty Over Failed Rapture – StraitsTimes