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Minister Cedric Mainor of New Beginnings International Outreach Ministry in Georgia was sentenced to 10 years in prison by United States District Judge Lisa Godbey Wood on Friday. Apparently he was trafficking drugs and stolen guns out of his home!
According to Judge Wood, he was waist-deep in a major drug trafficking organization. He probably should have been waist-deep in a baptism, but that’s none of my business. Anyway, when Mainor’s home was raided police found 20 guns, AR magazines, hundreds of rounds of ammunition and drug paraphernalia.
Police also learned that Mainor even had his son working for him until he was shot and killed back in September. They think Mainor could have been involved with that. Lawd, hammercy!
Minister Mainor also allegedly kept an assault weapon near his church robe and a loaded semi-automatic gun next to his bible. He was formally convicted of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine and crack cocaine and being a felon possessing a firearm. Yes, he was already a felon, y’all!
Mainor had already been convicted of six felonies in his past. He’s currently being held in Chatham County detention center awaiting to be transferred to the federal prison.
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