Nebraska Woman Files Suit Against All Homosexuals

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A Nebraska woman filed a lawsuit on behalf of God and His son, Jesus Christ, against “Homosexuals,” also listing “Gay” as their alias.

Sylvia Driskell, 66, addressing herself as the “ambassador” for the plaintiffs, filed a suit suing the entire gay community. She is asking an Omaha federal judge to decide whether homosexuality is a sin.

“Never before has our great Nation the United States of America and our great state of Nebraska been besiege(d) by sin,” Driskell wrote. “Why are judges passing laws so sinners can break religious and moral laws(?) Will all the judges of the Nation judge God to be a lier [sic].”

Driskell continues in the hand written petition for seven pages, citing Bible verses, from Leviticus to Romans, and even quoting Webster’s Dictionary.

The suit was entered into the docket as Driskell v. Homosexuals.

“I’ve heard the boasting of the Defendant,” Driskell continued. “The Homosexuals on the world news; from the young to the old, to the rich and famous and to the not so rich and famous, how they were tired of hiding in the closest and how glad they are to be coming out of the closet.”

The Clerk received the complaint on May 1.

“I have written this Petition to the United State District Court of Omaha, Nebraska and to you, Your Honor,” Driskell said in her concluding page. “Because I feel it is imperative to do so. We as a Nation, as States and as cities need to start standing up for the moral principles on which our Great Nation, our Great States and our Great Cities were founded on.”

A judge dismissed the lawsuit, saying a federal court is not a forum for debate or discourse on theological matters.

“Other forums, freely accessible to citizens of the United States, exist for the purpose of addressing questions of religious doctrine,” wrote U.S. District Judge John Gerrard.

Read the Petition here.

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