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By James King By James King By Gregory Pratt By James King By James King By James King By James King By James King By James King, Thu., May 12 2011 @ 11:43AM A former Jehovah's Witness preacher who pleaded guilty to charges that he. TOPEKA | The state of Kansas violated a Jehovah's Witness' constitutional right to exercise her religious faith when it denied her request for an out-of-state liver transplant, a state appeals court ruled Wednesday.. Bruce Huff of Charlestown said he shares Jehovah's Witnesses' belief that receiving blood is a sin. Huff, 58, was baptized as a Jehovah's Witness but doesn't attend services regularly and doesn't consider himself a member. His wife, Candy Huff,. An elementary school was under fire today after a teacher refused to display a child's drawing of the American flag for fear it would offend another student who is a Jehovah's Witness. Frankie Girard, 11, drew the picture during his. A Kansas court rules on whether Medicaid should cover the alternative procedure for a Jehovah's Witness. By J. GORDON MELTON Last week, a three-judge state appeals court panel ordered the state of Kansas to pay for Mary Stinemetz to have a liver. The answer could decide whether 64-year-old Mary Stinemetz, a Jehovah's Witness from Hill City, Kan., can replace her failing liver that has left her near death after 20 years of illness. Don't you have some type of compelling state interest to deny. Raised as a Jehovah's Witness she rejected the church, moved away from her family and took care of herself until she lost her job. After an unsuccessful job hunt she inherited her father's 30-foot trailer after his suicide and learned she could camp. But she also would have to compromise her Jehovah's Witness principles, because she would receive a blood transfusion, something she believes violates God's law. Stinemetz, however, could undergo bloodless transplant surgery in Omaha, Neb.,. A Monroe County man was charged with shooting a rifle \"in close proximity\" to a group of Jehovah's Witnesses who came to his home Saturday morning, state police said. William George Kalapach, 59,. Huff, 58, said he shares Jehovah's Witnesses' belief that receiving blood is a sin. Huff was baptized as a Jehovah's Witness but doesn't consider himself a member. Huff told the Evening News and Tribune that after his wife, Candy Huff, was hospitalized.

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