Compelling Audra

US Federal Magistrate Judge Wehrman ruled today on the government’s motion as described in my last post to compel Audra Little to provide testimony to the IRS.  Prior to the court hearing, Audra filed an affidavit stating:

1. My name is Audra L. Little;

2. My father, Ronald E. Weinland, is the subject of a criminal investigation by [the IRS];

3. I am aware that [the IRS special agent] has contacted me, as well as other friends and family members, employees and/or acquaintances of my father.  Moreover, several of these individuals have advised me that [the IRS special agent] has referred to me as a “potential target” in her investigation.

Audra’s lawyer filed a response to the government’s motion stating that due to Fifth Amendment considerations:

Without a grant of immunity the Respondent (Audra) should not be compelled to testify herein.

In the opinion issued by the court, Audra does not have the right under the Fifth Amendment to refuse to to appear and testify before the IRS.  However, she is still able to assert her Fifth Amendment rights by refusing to answer specific questions that may incriminate her.  But questions that incriminate only Daddy must be answered.  The court issued an order compelling Audra to appear before the IRS special agent to testify in response to the IRS administrative summons.

Audra, Audra, Audra.  What’s the problem?  Your daddy teaches that one should pay their taxes to civil government.  And being a Christian, he wouldn’t have broken the ninth commandment when he filed his 1040, would he?  On second thought, filing a fraudulent tax return is not bearing false witness against one’s neighbor.  So lying is not sinning then, is it?  But how about the seventh commandment?  Or is that which is Caesar’s not really Caesar’s, but Daddy’s.  Because after all whatever he has is God’s.

My expectation is that today’s court ruling is not the end of the case.  Audra will probably appear before the IRS special agent in response to the summons as ordered by the court.   And then she’ll assert Fifth Amendment rights and refuse to answer each and every question asked of her, requiring further litigation.

As Daddy Ron would put it: “Delay, Delay, Delay.”  Delays and Audra’s daddy go hand-in-hand.  Delay of the Great Tribulation.  Delay of the fulfillment of the first phase of the Fifth Thunder that was to prove that Audra’s daddy is a true prophet of God (the deaths of 5 specific ministers).  And delay of my promised speedy death from the inside from the curse the Spokesman Witness issued against me nearly 48 weeks ago.

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  • todd says:

    you know, I don’t think I could ever put my daughter in the position this creep has put his daughter in.
    does he love his daughter or does his greed overshadow that love.
    is the almighty dollar rw’s god?

  • Mark says:

    Sounds like Audra has some potential culpability in her daddy’s IRS troubles. By refusing to answer the questions, she could be found in contempt of court and put in jail till such time as she agrees to answer the questions.

  • Dill Weed says:

    There’s a sermon somewhere in all this.

    Dill Weed

  • RK says:

    This is gonna seem like a dumb question.

    But I wonder if Audra thinks (or not) that Mom and Dad are really the Two Witnesses.

  • Karen Mustard says:

    I wonder if she is more scared of Daddy or God????

  • Kirrily XPKG says:

    It’s hard to think of the words about all this, it’s just so wrong on SO MANY levels.

    Yeah – as Todd says, putting your daughter through something like this is TERRIBLE. And yes, the lying!! COG-PKG always taught that if we were ever asked a DIRECT QUESTION that we should answer truthfully – yeah right.

    I must admit, I always did doubt that Ron was in this for the money – now, it appears I was very wrong about this. It just makes the deception all the worse. OK, maybe Ron did start out honestly believing he was one of the Witnesses – but now, well, he just won’t quit.

    Mike – you are truly awesome to investigate all this stuff. One day I think you will know how many people you have helped. And the rest of you who comment on here too.

    You know, Laura has a lot to answer for too in all this. I got the impression she is very sneaky when it comes to money issues – with all her diamond rings to ‘sell if necessary during the tribulation’ – yeah right.

  • AggieAtheist says:

    Found in the Ambassador Watch comments on this post:

    I’ll just leave this here…..

  • AggieAtheist says:

    “Without a grant of immunity the Respondent (Audra) should not be compelled to testify herein.”

    Funny, I read that as, “Daddy wants to throw me under the bus, but cut me a deal, and I’ll cut the Witless’ knees out from under him.”

    Anyone one else think Audra is angling to flip on her parents? Remember, she has a past of being rebellious and unconverted, so it’s likely she doesn’t believe a word of the “theology”, the “prophecies” &c.

  • Mike (DDTFA) says:

    The bit about immunity is lawyer speak. The lawyer is looking out for Audra’s interests, not Ron’s. Without a grant of immunity, Audra will probably use the fifth amendment to avoid answering any questions:

    IRS Agent: Nice weather we’re having today, isn’t it?
    Audra: I refuse to answer that question as the answer may incriminate me.

    Personally, I hope they grant her immunity and then she will have to answer all questions, and if she doesn’t then she’d be in contempt of court.

  • AggieAtheist says:

    URL for the picture posted in the AW comments got borked: here it is.
    Prophetic Picture of Ronald Weinland?

  • Whisper says:

    That is a good question, do Ron & Laura’s offspring really believe this tripe or are they in it for the money?
    For Ron it’s a stimulating thing to imagine he is the beloved of God, Speaker of the Faithful, Witness & the last Prophet of God before the great Tribulation.
    Laura, silently, gets some fame and fortune out of this as well and has a stake in belief of this daydream.
    But the Kids? They have no noteriety, no fame, no glory, just behind the scene’s money from Dad.
    A family business is the old “Witness/Apostle/Prophet” game. Go figure?
    What would/could Audra do without being Ron’s secret accountant?
    What kind of life-style is she allowed to live at the expense of the sheep?
    What did Dad teach the children growing up? Don’t take all the money one can get from ones followers by thumping the Bible? Hardly…

  • Mark 13:32 “But of that day or hour no one knows, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but the Father alone.

    So, how does Ron Weinland come to be God’s elected messenger, or End Time Prophet?

    My understanding is that there will be many Prophets, some true, many false, in the End Times.


    As these events unfold, the world will increasingly become aware of the authenticity of the words in this book and realize that Ronald Weinland has been sent by God as His end-time prophet.

    My question is ‘how is he privy to knowledge that has been spared the Lamb of God ? Yeshua the Saviour, known as Jesus Christ ?’

    Garth Livingstone

  • Kevin says:

    I read this recently at ‘rapture ready’ which I think is quite pertinent to all christians particularly those who worship at the weinland alter.

    God has chosen prophecy as one of the unique means of proving his existence. Therefore, a cunning enemy would not overlook the strategic importance of discrediting the Bible by way of sensationalist and fraudulent prophecy teachers, who are prone to jump to incorrect and speculative pronouncements.

    There came the time that the boy “who cried wolf” was no longer believed. When the wolf finally did arrive, no one cared to listen to the boy’s warnings. Why? The boy had lost his credibility and reputation for sound witness.


  • Kristy says:

    And what if, just what if they are the true prophets? I would rather have God’s love and guidance, then be without it, God is in control, not Ron.. his prayers have been heard. God wants us all to the millineum. Do not forsake God.

  • Mike (DDTFA) says:

    Kristy, your comment is rather ambiguous. Do you believe that Ronald Weinland is a true prophet of God? If so, on what factual evidence do you base your belief?

  • J says:

    Yeah, that is QUITE ambiguous. Is she saying it’s better to follow Ron than nothing at all? I can think of a many unpleasant things one can do than follow Ron Weinland.

  • Kirrily XPKG says:

    Kristy, what if the Pope is the real witness/prophet? Believers of Ronnie would be on the wrong side……

    What if this, what if that, blah blah blah. Rotten Ronnie said that fruition of EVERYTHING HE PROCLAIMED (coming to pass EXACTLY AS HE SAID) would PROVE that GOD HIMSELF sent Ron as his end time prophet.

    It hasn’t….. THREE TIMES NOW…, um…… I think the answer if he is/isn’t a true prophet is quite evident… don’t you think??