Madison County District Court Judge Luke Berger ordered for the removal of all 4 persecuted missionaries’ “GPS” (meaning ankle monitors) at this morning’s arraignment. (This is a victory and very good news).
Judge Berger also stated, “I am not raising the bond” and that the “defendants are not a flight risk.”
He also revealed the defendants aren’t allowed to travel to Brad Terrell’s property or contact him in any manner (including 3rd party meaning via email etc.) and aren’t permitted to possess firearms but are “to continue with their employment and missionary work” as well.
The judge continued by saying the defendants were “permitted to have contact with one another but are not permitted to discuss matters pertaining to the case.”
The photo above shows Jesse Boyd with family and friends ready and prepared for “Zoom Court.” Boyd has made it clear, “Glory to God! No pleas, no deals, to the end.” #thelongwalkusa
To learn more about the persecuted missionaries (published in sequence) click here.
Continue to check back at Montana 1st News as the story develops.