The Golden Rule is doing to others what you would want them to do to you. If you were living a life controlled by a depraved and destructive sin (stealing), that, according to the Bible, leads to eternal separation from God—would you want people to tell you everything is okay, or tell you the truth? Before I came to faith in Christ, I was a slave to sin. I was on the path of eternal separation from God. For a time, I didn’t want to hear anything related to the gospel. If this warped understanding of the Golden Rule had been applied, I would still be dead in my sin. Instead, I am now imminently and eternally grateful for those who declared the truth to me—the truth about my sin and its consequences, and the forgiveness, deliverance, and salvation that is available through Jesus Christ. Source
- Jimmy Lewis was convicted of robbery from an Alabama Credit Union in 2008
- Prosecutors alleged that the string of raids were to fund sex change operations
- Suspect Iconic Facce arrested for recent bank robbery in Gulfport, Mississippi
- Police said suspect was Lewis and pictured her apparently after recent surgery
- The nose job bank job! Transgender robber convicted of stealing to fund sex change operations is arrested again over a raid while she was recovering from yet more surgery
A transgender bank robber who was arrested for stealing to fund her sex change operations 11 years ago was arrested again last week over another raid – fresh from recent facial surgery.
Police in Gulfport, Mississippi, were called to a bank in the city after reports a woman walked into the building and passed a note to staff demanding money on March 22.
A suspect who gave her name as Iconic Facce was arrested last Saturday and it was revealed by police the women was born Jimmy Maurice Lewis II.
Lewis gained notoriety in 2008 when she reportedly held up a teller at the Alabama Credit Union in Decatur where she demanded $20,000, but made off with less than half that amount.
Prosecutors said she planned a series of raids to fund her gender reassignment surgery, according to Alabama Local.
Jimmy Maurice Lewis, also known as Iconic Facce, pictured (right) after her arrest with tape around her nose and (left) CCTV of the suspect who passed a note to staff at BancorpSouth Bank
Gulfport Police issued CCTV images from the BancorpSouth Bank showing a suspect officers were looking for in connection with the recent robbery.
A picture of Lewis released by police after her arrest shows surgical tape around her nose which could have been due to recent facial surgery.
She left the bank building in Gulfport on foot on foot, according to police.
An appeal was put out by police and Lewis was again arrested returning flight from Mexico on March 30.
She was taken into custody at George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, Texas, and is being held in the Harris County Jail in Texas awaiting extradition to Mississippi.
Police were called to the bank in Gulfport, Mississippi, after a woman (pictured) walked in and handed a threatening note to a staff member
From June 2007 to January 2008, Lewis was said to have robbed banks by passing threatening notes in Cleveland, Decatur and Lenoir City in Tennessee.
She was arrested in 2008 in Los Angeles on arrival with a flight from Mexico when one of her aliases was spotted by border agents.
According to police reports, Lewis threatened the life of a teller, saying in a note: ‘No games, no jokes and get your hands up. Don’t mash any alarms. Don’t move or she’s had it.’
Lewis was sentenced to 51 months behind bars and probation for the robbery.
But 11 years later the 37-year-old was arrested again in Mississippi over allegations of robbery at the BancorpSouth Bank.
MY MISSION IS NOT TO CONVINCE YOU, ONLY TO INFORM…
Jesus come quick, there is nothing left in society that’s sacred….
#Fairandbalanced #PresTrump #foxnews #cable
Ichimoku Signal Alert For BancorpSouth Bank (NYSE:BXS) as Cloud Conversion Line Reading Touches (9, 26, 52, 26)}}
Today, the list of capital sins is as follows: pride, greed, lust, envy, gluttony, anger, and sloth. Capital sins derive their name from the Latin caput,…Read More
The Bible offers quite a few examples of growing wealth through legitimate means. Some are similar to investing—spending money now to make money later. God’s…Read More
The word mammon comes from the Greek word mammonas. Similar root words exist in Hebrew, Latin, Aramaic, Chaldean and Syriac. They all translate to “money, wealth, and material…Read More
It’s important to realize that there is a difference between self-interest and selfishness. All people have self-interests which can operate in ways that are not…Read More
It is the love of money, and not money itself, that is the problem. The love of money is a sin because it gets in…Read More
Why is the love of money a root of all kinds of evil? To help us answer this, we must look at the passage in…Read More
Wells Fargo is the smallest of the four giants that now dominate the U.S. commercial banking business
But it has surpassed its larger counterparts in the extent to which it has been embroiled in a series of scandals involving reckless lending practices…Read More