Pastor killed and his church burnt down in French Guyana

A pastor has been shot and killed and his Evangelical church in
French Guyana burned down, the day after he met with a delegation
from the National Council of Evangelicals in France.

Pastor A. Kalloe of the Gado Lobi church in the town of Saint-
Laurent du Maroni was killed on Tuesday night.

He was a member of the Guyana branch of the National Council of
Evangelicals in France (CNEF) and was visiting to discuss the
implementation of a law on separatism,

Seven other people at least, including two sons of Pastor Kalloe,
were injured in the shooting and two others were taken to a
hospital in critical condition.

Within a Facebook Post, the CNEF wrote: “An investigation is

“Pastor A. Kalloe had met our CNEF colleagues the day before
yesterday, who are in shock…

“I had never seen a church totally destroyed by fire, we are
completely puzzled,

“All our prayers, and condolences to this brother’s family and
loved ones!”

Man who posed as a Priest will face no further action

A man who posed a Priest and spent the night in Army Barracks will
face no further action.

The intruder gained access to the Victoria Barracks, near Windsor
Castle, which is home to the Coldstream Guards, in Windsor on the
27th of April.

The man ate with officers, offered a bed to sleep in and was given
breakfast the next morning, before the alarm was raised.

Thames Valley Police were called shortly afterwards and removed the
man from the barracks.

A police spokesperson said said no further action was taken against
the man and that he was not detained under the Mental Health Act.

An investigation is still being carried out by the Army how he got
past security.

The Ministry of Defence said the man, who has not been named,
called himself Father Cruz and claimed to know the battalion’s