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Jerry Hall as False Prophet

Expat Tales By DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - The truth really bothers Jerry Hall. Long before he decided to run as a candidate in the Republican Primary for a seat in the US Congress to represent the 4th District in Texas, he was butting heads with other members of the English speaking expatriate community in the Republic of Panama, where he actually lives. He was calling himself "Doctor" Jerry Hall, he signed everything with "PhD" and told anyone who would listen that he was both a Doctor and a Lawyer who supposedly studied at Harvard. Exactly three other people cared enough to hold him to task. They were Susan Guberman-Garcia, a lawyer from California who moved to Panama a long time ago, bought land on an island in Bocas del Toro, and who still runs a small little resort hotel bungalow operation there to this day. Another was Jay Lewis, a practicing lawyer from Montgomery Alabama who has been participating in the Panama-related English language forums for years. And finally Clyde Jenkins, a retired 70-something former land developer from California and Washington state. When Jerry Hall started making a nuisance of himself on the various Panama-related Yahoo! email groups, these three people (primarily) combined forces and their formidable Internet researching skills and they quickly uncovered the truth about Jerry Hall, He is not, in fact, a Doctor and he does not have a PhD from anywhere. He apparently did go out and pay for some kind of bogus credentials from an Internet diploma-mill that has since been shut down as a fraud. Jerry Hall is also not a lawyer - he has never graduated from law school anywhere, and he has never passed the Bar exam in any state or country.

Jerry Hall Lashes Out: When these people uncovered Jerry Hall for what he was, he then contacted me by calling me on the phone in my office. He spent a long time trying to convince me that he had some kind of dirt on all three of the people who were attacking him. He told me he still had access to a secret government law enforcement database as a leftover from some work he had done for the federal government. While he was talking to me on the phone I could hear him frantically pecking away on this keyboard. And of course he didn't have access to any kind of government law enforcement database. That was just another bald-faced lie. I told him to send me the information that he supposedly had, but he said that would be impossible. He said that if the government found out that he was passing secret information to a journalist then he would be thrown in jail. Of course, that was just more lies.

Long Established Pattern of Fabricating Lies: Now, Jerry Hall the candidate for congress has apparently decided that it's time to paint himself with the "very conservative Christian" brush. Why? Because he probably thinks that will improve his chances of getting elected. As part of my efforts to make sure everyone in Texas, and especially those Republicans in the 4th Congressional District, know the truth about "Doctor" Jerry Hall, I posted several of the articles I have published to the Facebook pages of other Republican candidates and organizations. In response, today Jerry Hall posted "Please Read Mat 5:44." Don't need to - know it by heart. It says, "But I tell you: Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you." I would have recommended that Jerry Hall take his own advice, before he tried to convince me that Susan Guberman-Gracia had been disbarred (she had not, it was a lie), that Clyde Jenkins was a pedophile and wanted by law enforcement (he is not a pedophile, that was simply another vile and incredibly despicable lie fabricated by Jerry Hall), and he made something up about Jay Lewis as well, but honestly I forget was he came up with. When I started chasing down the truth about Jerry Hall and posting that information to this website, he posted a string of lies about me on his Facebook page.

Since We're Quoting The Bible: Here's one for you, Jerry. You see, I know for a fact that your newfound love of Christ and the bible is an act that you've adopted very recently for purely political purposes. I know this because your actions are quite simply inconsistent with those of a true Christian. I would invite the fine people of Texas to refer to Peter 2:1-3 - "But there were also false prophets among the people, just as their will be false teachers among you. They will secretly introduce destructive heresies, even denying the Sovereign Lord who brought them - bringing swift destruction on themselves. Many will follow their shameful ways and will bring the way of truth into disrepute. In their greed these teachers will exploit you with stories they have made up.

Man, That Describes Jerry Hall Perfectly: Jerry Hall certainly doesn't like the "way of truth" and in response he tries to "exploit you with the stories he has made up." In fact, I don't think I need to add a thing.

Copyright 2009 by Don Winner for Panama-Guide.com. Go ahead and use whatever you like as long as you credit the source. Salud.

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Jerry Hall as False Prophet
Authored by: oldmanandthesea on Monday, February 08 2010 @ 09:54 AM EST

On 01/01/07 I received the following email,ostensibly from Vivian Albright (who was later discovered to be his mother). She is correct, there is a Jerry Hall who practices law in Texas, a Jerry David Hall to be exact. However, what she (or more likely Jerry himself using her name) fails to disclose is that the attorney, Jerry David Hall, is not OUR Jerry Ray Hall. I spoke to Jerry David Hall and he had no clue who the other Jerry Hall was. So Vivian, or Jerry, I do check my FAC, aren't you sorry you suggested that.

vivianalbright wrote:
> Mr. Jenkins it appears you are not up on you investigation, simply go
> to the State Bar of Texas web site and enter Jerry Hall under search
> attorneys and you will see he is indeed listed as an attorney. YOU
> NEED TO CHECK YOUR FAC

Jerry likes to quote the bible and pretends to be a great Christian. I must admit that he is mentioned in the bible in Revelations, 666, Jerry Hall is the anti-Christ come to destroy the world.

Clyde Jenkins

Jerry Hall as False Prophet
Authored by: susangg on Monday, February 08 2010 @ 11:19 AM EST

Not that any more ammunition is needed to expose Jerry Hall as a crackpot and a hypocrite, but I think its appropriate to comment on the anti-American nature of running a sectarian campaign for office in the USA, where one's religious affiliation should have nothing to do with holding office and where religious tests for office are both unconstitutional and contrary to American values. Yet Hall's website argues for "Christians in Congress." What does he mean by that? Does he mean fewer Jews? Is this a not so subtle form of anti-semitism? Or is he advocating that people subscribing to a certain version of Christianity should be in Congress, and others not?
The USA is not Iraq and the idea that Congress should be filled with people of one religious affiliation and not another is anti American. Leave that kind of stuff in the Middle East (we can see where it leads) and keep it out of the electoral process in the USA. He ought to be ashamed (which is obviously a silly comment since the man is incapable of shame...)

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