Main | Thursday, February 12, 2009


Californians Against Hate executive director Fred Karger is relentless.
The money war over Proposition 8 shows no signs of letting up. Opponents of the measure, which banned gay marriage in California, said today that they plan to file a second complaint with the state alleging the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints deliberately did not disclose its financial contributions to the Yes on 8 campaign. Californians Against Hate already filed one complaint with the California Fair Political Practices Commission, sparking an ongoing investigation of whether the church violated campaign finance laws. The church has repeatedly said it did not violate any rules and was not trying to hide how much the church gave. Records released last month show the church donated about $198,000 to the Yes on 8 case. “I’m calling this Mormongate,” Fred Karger, founder of Californians Against Hate, told the Associated Press. “I think there’s been a massive coverup.”
Karger is also part of a coalition of activists demanding that Bill Clinton cancel an upcoming speech at Doug Manchester's San Diego Hyatt. Manchester donated $125K to Prop 8.

Labels: , , , , ,

comments powered by Disqus