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Pastor Pogue Addresses Spiezo/ Councilman Wallace Incident

Rev. Stephen W. Pogue of Greater Centennial speaking out against the continuous gun violence plaguing the streets of Mount Vernon, Saturday, July 4, 2015 [Black Westchester]

After sitting back and watching what has unfolded over the last six month, Rev. Stephen W. Pogue, pastor of Greater Centennial African Methodist Episcopal Church, located at 114 West 4th Street in Mount Vernon breaks his silence. Pastor Pogue issued the following statement on the recent incident between Deputy Police Commissioner Joseph F. Spiezio III and Councilman André Wallace, last Saturday, which led to accusations of wrongdoing, homophobic slurs, and a vow to to physically beat up the councilman. Read the statement below and feel free to leave your feedback in the comment section.

letter from pastor pogue


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