Stacks Of Bibles Deliberately Set On Fire Near Tennessee Church On Easter Sunday, But Why?

By Victor Smiroff | Monday, 01 April 2024 12:00 PM
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A deliberate act of arson targeted a trailer filled with Bibles on Easter Sunday near the Global Vision Bible Church in Mount Juliet, Tennessee.

The Wilson County Sheriff's Office reported the incident as "suspicious," occurring at approximately 6 am, leading to a road closure at Old Lebanon Dirt Road and Chandler Road.

In a statement posted on Facebook, the department disclosed, "The trailer, containing bibles, had been dropped off in the middle of the intersection and then intentionally set on fire."

Upon swift response by the Mt. Juliet Police Department and Fire Department, the fire was extinguished at the intersection. The Wilson County Sheriff’s Office took over the investigation following the incident. The department emphasized the need to maintain the integrity of the ongoing investigation, refraining from divulging further details at the moment.

The Wilson County Sheriff’s Office assured the public of releasing more information as it becomes available. The exact number of Bibles destroyed remains undisclosed.

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