He said his trial and conviction no doubt affected individual members of the Plymouth Brethren but the matter had no major effect on the fellowship itself.
Hendricks was also asked about the future.
Shortly after the appeals court decision, State’s Attorney Ron Dozier suggested Hendricks could spare Hendricks’s family a lot of pain if he’d just admit his guilt. Hendricks’s response?
And finally, Hendricks was asked whether he intended to continue to try to sway public opinion through the media. Note he’s not particularly pleased that a book was being written by the reporter (me) who was sitting just a few feet away.
sharon a beaudin says
I just listened to the interviews. Thanks for sharing them. Mr Hendricks sound very articulate and of sound mind. I will need to read your book too to get the better picture:) Take care.
I’ll be interested in your assessment.