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Man Christ Caused Judge's Death?

That Ka-Ka-crazy dude Jose Luis de Jesus Miranda who proclaims himself the Man Christ/Anti-Christ is talking cuckoo again. This time, he's dancing on the grave of a recently deceased Miami judge. It's the type of evil insidious behavior we come to expect from the self-proclaimed seven headed Beast that rose from the sea to eat us all.


Last year, Miami-Dade Judge Roberto Piñeiro awarded $2.2 million to the ex-wife of the Man Christ/Anti-Christ, who looks like a Puerto Rican version of Robert Goulet sans mustache, a horrific visage indeed.

Piñeiro ruled she was entitled to the money because Miranda's church was a personal business, not a religious nonprofit. Miranda's followers -- wearing shirts emblazoned with ''666'' -- later picketed the courthouse to no avail.

According to a press advisory released two days after Piñeiro's passing on December 10, Miranda proclaims his followers predicted that "angels would manifest just retribution" on the judge who "had dared to come up against the Living God" and "make fun of the doctrine taught by Jose Luis de Jesus."

The Man Christ/Anti-Christ then dropped this unholy revelation: "On the sixth day of the 12th month of this year, that is, 6-6-6, Judge Piñeiro suffered a heart attack."

Whoa. Imagine the nasty death Miranda is going to heap on all the non-believers when he ends the world on July 1, 2012.

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Francisco Alvarado was born in Nicaragua and grew up in Miami, giving him unique insight into the Magic City and all its dark corners. An investigative reporter with a knack for uncovering corruption, Alvarado made his bones as a staff writer at Miami New Times and remains in dogged pursuit of the next juicy story.