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Preacher kicked out by security guards wearing T-shirt rather ‘go to jail or die’ than take it off


A man wearing a ‘Jesus Saves’ T-shirt who was ordered to remove the item of clothing or leave the a shopping mall has said he would rather ‘go to jail or die’ than take it off. 

During a lengthy and rambling hour long video posted to YouTube on Monday, Paul Shoro, was still wearing the same fluorescent shirt that a security guard at the Mall of America in Minneapolis, Minnesota told him to either take off or leave the premises. 

Shoro, who hails from Ethiopia, defended his actions explaining his presence in the U.S. as being because of a request from God.

Shoro said that he was at the mall to hand out gospel tracks – sheets of paper on which is written portions of scripture. 

Shoro, who hails from Ethiopia, defended his actions explaining his presence in the U.S. as being because of a request from God who 'asked him to go to Minnesota'

Shoro, who hails from Ethiopia, defended his actions explaining his presence in the U.S. as being because of a request from God who ‘asked him to go to Minnesota’ 

In the video, a security guard at the nation’s largest shopping mall could be…



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