Thieves: One Dirty TV Pastor and the Man Who Robbed Him, By Trey Smith - Video

February 21st, 2012

Review by TellsTheTruth

Thieves is the true story (nonfiction narrative) about the safe robbery of the multi-millionaire television evangelist, Mike Murdock. Witnessing first-hand some of the most shockingly depraved acts and blatant corruption in the secretive world of "profit-preaching" Christianity; Trey takes you on the journey through his decisions, planning and ultimate execution of stealing the well-known minister's tightly guarded safe. After the robbery, it is a gripping thrill ride of the most engagingly unique kind: A man on the run from a TV preacher.

This is an awesome book!

The author (Trey Smith) claims to have been a life-long friend of Mike Murdock's only son. He claims to have been inside Murdock's house, on various occasions.

The author alleges that Televangelist Mike Murdock films himself having sex with women; owns a huge collection of pornography; has a vast collection of jewelry and other items that were donated to his "ministry;" is cruel; is a greedy, dishonest con artist; has a terrible anger problem; mistreats his employees and those around him; steals from people, by conning them out of their money; and lives an incredibly lavish lifestyle, fit for a king.

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