Man caught cashing check from God

A man was arrested for trying to cash a check from God. He had an invalid Bank One check written out to him for $50,000 signed “King Savior, King of Kings, Lord of Lords, Servant.” At first when I read this I thought, well, if God’s going to write a check why not go for a larger amount? Then I read that Kevin Russell had more checks written by God –one for $100,000. So I guess he decided to go for the lower amount so he didn’t look suspicious.

He was charged with one count check fraud, one count intimidation and one count for resisting arrest. How long do you think it took the cashier to realize it was a fraudulent check? What is the count of intimidation mean? Was he threatening to go to God if they didn’t cash it? I wonder who’s going to defend him in court?

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. danielandthelions
    Mar 02, 2007 @ 08:46:42

    Fweakin’ weiwd.

  2. rjlight
    Mar 02, 2007 @ 10:20:43

    In Spain, we had a bank named “Holy Spirit” bank (translated into English) — I’m thinking that would be the best place to try to cash a check from God.

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