"Is that still recording? [Pointing to tape recorder.] Okay. What are you going to do with that recording now? I'm talking to you. I mean, you can't write? You don't want to write this down? Or you're not literate, or what? I'm asking you a question. Did you tell me you were going to record me? I'd like you then, to start it again." The reporter declines to rewind the tape and start over. "It's been nice talking to you," Siskind huffs, then turns and opens the office door.
Outside he responds to one last question. Did he illegally take over the Divine Mission board? "Me?" he replies. "Sick!" And he disappears into the Advocacy Foundation's warehouse.
Leo Casino believes the Lord, and possibly government prosecutors, will judge the ones who sold this holy building
Photos by Steve Satterwhite
The Divine Mission was eternal in Clennon King's plan, but not the CRA's