Tag Archives: Richard Carvath
British journalist Richard Carvath was present throughout the Patrick Sookhdeo trial. This is his quick comment on the trial. NOT guilty. The right verdict, without a doubt. (Thanks be to God.) Dr Patrick Sookhdeo, 71, the founder of Barnabas Fund, … Continue reading
I’m often asked “What’s the greatest news story of all time?” The answer: Jesus. Anything to do with Him (or His real followers). Jesus & Co have been turning the world upside down for the last two thousand years. Even … Continue reading
Stanley Casson once visited a children’s home on Leech Avenue (Ashton-under-Lyne), bearing gifts of shoes.
Stanley Casson was a man with quite an impressive social circle, though he didn’t shout about it. Casson knew the late Lord Rhodes of Saddleworth, the late Sir Sidney Hamburger and the first Lord Lieutenant of Greater Manchester, Sir William … Continue reading
Getty Images have video of Stanley Casson. Go to gettyimages.co.uk and search for “Stanley Casson”
PHOTO: Delamere Road, Turf Hill, Rochdale – very close to where Lesley Molseed was abducted in 1975. A man fitting the description of the Stanley Casson associate/‘person of interest’ had his DNA taken and tested by police in the … Continue reading