Asheville Citizen-Times reported on Jan. 20:
WEAVERVILLE — Buncombe County investigators are looking into a threatening phone call made to a local woman who made headlines when she criticized a county school for making Bibles available to students. ...
“It’s definitely related. He (the caller) said he saw me on the news,” she said. “I’m hoping it’s just some idiot trying to scare me into shutting up.”
The man called Thursday night, claiming he was calling from Moscow, according to Strivelli. He told Strivelli that he had 20 or 30 people working in this area, and “I was done for. I was dead,” Strivelli said Friday. ...
Earlier in the month, the Citizen-Times reported on Pagan parent Ginger Strivelli having made good on her promise to deliver Pagan religion books for distribution at Buncombe County Schools, after seeing that North Windy Ridge intermediate school had accepted Bibles for distribution.
The outcome was, Strivelli said, that the school refused, saying that a new policy was being written.Read the full article
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