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one of the law of the United States should be to put almost that right yeah Greece interprets as a pastor at the all scripture Baptist church in Knoxville Tennessee he's also a sheriff's detective but after his most recent sermon he's been put on paid sick leave pending early retirement and operates what the Bible says and what the Bible says is not popular for it says his religious beliefs have never interfered with his job if I worked at the Burger King and someone from the LGBT community came in and they ordered a hamburger I would make him a hamburger because that was what my job would be you're saying even if I felt differently towards that person and felt exactly what the way I feel and believe I would still do my job in a statement Knox County sheriff Tom Spangler says quote it is my responsibility to ensure equal protection to all citizens of Knox County Tennessee under the law my oath in the United States constitution without discrimination or hesitation princes comments of also sparked an investigation by district attorney general Sharm Alan Alda Fritz themselves as he's only preaching what he believes standing up for the right things you know and being persecuted you know for doing the right thing