Posted by | October 25, 2014 23:28 | Filed under: News Behaving Badly Religion Top Stories


He says he needs their full name and addresses.

David Van Vleet filed a request to obtain information about the strippers working at DreamGirls at Fox’s. He explained, “I would pray for those dancers by name. I’m a Christian… We have a right to pray for people.”

And something about trying to “do something for the public good.” Oh, and his assertion that he’s a citizen and he’s entitled to this information under the Constitution.

Van Vleet used the Public Records Act to request the licenses, but an attorney for the strip club said releasing that information would be a violation of employee rights. And a district court judge agreed, issuing a preliminary injunction this week prohibiting the disclosures of the strippers’ personal information.

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  • CHOCOL8MILK

    Stalkers these days are so creative.

  • CHOCOL8MILK

    Stalkers these days are so creative.

  • Warman1138

    Maybe the power of God compelled them to remove their tainted vestments.

  • Warman1138

    Maybe the power of God compelled them to remove their tainted vestments.

  • J.D.

    Who knew that a prayer needed to be directly addressed? Does this nutbar think an all-powerful, all-knowing deity is going to be stumped if he/she/it’s not given precise mailing instructions?

  • J.D.

    Who knew that a prayer needed to be directly addressed? Does this nutbar think an all-powerful, all-knowing deity is going to be stumped if he/she/it’s not given precise mailing instructions?