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Did William Branham Withhold Evidence In The Transvestite Murder Trial

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Did William Branham Withhold Evidence In The Transvestite Murder Trial:

Earlier this week, we posted our findings about William Branham's involvement with a homosexual transvestite murderer and his prostitute accomplice that sodomized and killed a real estate agent after a three-party sex orgy. For those of you that missed it, you can find the information here:,_the_Prostitute,_and_the_Homosexual_Transvestite_Murderer.aspx

William Branham took credit for their release, claiming that the "humane society gave him an oscar" for his performance. Though we do know that the humane society, an organization devoted to the humane treatment of animals, do not give an oscar, which is an award for the film industry. But we do confirm that he was in Houston, TX during a time when he claimed to have been in Arizona, and that his purpose was to get a transvestite murderer and his prostitute accomplice free from the death penalty.

And someone called me, the one that criticized me about that picture of the Angel of the Lord, the one that took it. I had to go to Houston about his son, for he was going in the death row and was going to be killed in a few days. And he met me in there and throwed his arms around me, said, "Think, the very man that I criticized comes to save my only son!" The humane society give me what they call an oscar, or whatever you want to call it, for saving a life.
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At first, we questioned whether or not William Branham, a traveling evangelist and cult leader, could have successfully persuaded the Texas government to stay the execution. Though today's cult would claim "divine intervention" even in the case of a homosexual transvestite murderer who later had a sex-change operation, a normal (not programmed) person can realize that this cannot legally be accomplished unless there was a petition accepted or criminal activity ensued. After reviewing the series of events surrounding the transvestite and prostitute, we are now starting to believe that there was a thread of truth to Branham's claim. It is starting to appear as though he was involved, and that there is a strong possibility of criminal activity.

The two were not released by petition in March of 1963. On March 29, 1963 when the US court of appeals held the transvestite and prostitute from the electric chair, there was no governors pardon. Their escape was due to foul play: someone withheld evidence during their initial trial.

"The two escaped the chair March 29, 1963 when U. S. Court of Appeals at New Orleans ruled evidence had been withheld. They were granted new trials. The Lima woman received the five year sentence. Ashley, a female impersonator, was adjudged insane and ordered committed to a state hospital in San Antonio. He escaped last winter and is still at large.",530146&hl=en

William Branham took credit for saving the life of a transvestite murderer. Was he involved in criminal activity? Did he convince officials to withhold evidence?

When one examines all of the evidence that is now made available through the Digital Media Act and accessible court records, it is evident that there is more to this story than meets the eye. At minimum, there is ample evidence to overturn Branham's supernatural claims in Arizona that have created today's cult -- he was in Houston, TX at the time supporting a transvestite murderer. But when one takes the time to study this information, there are many more questions to be asked than just simply a tall-tale about a cloud.