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Deranged Feminist Attacks Church, Police, ‘Patriarchy’ in Florida

Posted on | June 23, 2017 | Comments Off on Deranged Feminist Attacks Church, Police, ‘Patriarchy’ in Florida

Barbara J. Phillips was arrested in Gainesville.

A mentally ill homeless woman in Florida is accused of vandalizing a policeman’s patrol car and smearing feces on a church where she left the walls defaced with nonsensical writings against “patriarchy.”

Barbara J. Phillips, 40, was charged with charged with stalking, criminal mischief and damaging church property, the Gainesville Sun reported June 19. An arrest report listed Phillips as homeless and said she “appears to be suffering from some mental health problems”:

On June 13, a Gainesville Police Department officer reported his patrol car had a broken passenger mirror and a flat tire, after nails had been placed around the car overnight. His air-conditioning unit was broken and a welcome post from his yard flung into the street, the report said.
About the same time, St. Andrews Church’s leader and his wife reported two similar acts of vandalism, including their power being turned off and nails — that appeared to match the ones placed near the officer’s car — being placed around one of their cars, according to the Alachua County sheriff’s office.
On June 12, two people arrived at the church at 2715 NW 39th Ave., and found feces in front of its front door and smeared on door handles, what appeared to be glue dripping from keyholes, and a number of windows, all cracked in the bottom left corner. They initially saw a gray Prius, later determined to belong to Phillips, in front of the church, driven away as they arrived.
The air-conditioning unit had been tampered with, and nonsensical writings were made in permanent marker on church pillars and doors, which the report described as “rants” about “patriarchy,” “misogyny and sexism” and “bad spirits toward me.”
Phillips . . . had attended some church gatherings at the home of Rev. Ronald Kuykendall, who leads St. Andrew’s Church, he told police.
Phillips told police she believes the reverend had been “attacking her mind” via “the spirit realm,” the report said.

(Hat-tip: Kirby McCain on Twitter.)



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