For the past 20 years, Stuart Dunnings III has been the top prosecutor for Ingham County, Michigan and has built a reputation as “an outspoken advocate for ending human trafficking and prostitution.” According to the state attorney general’s office Dunnings took an aggressive approach to his job and quickly cracked down, impounding Johns’ vehicles and smacking prostitutes and their clients with felonies.
However, since 2008, Dunnings has shelled out hundreds of dollars three or four times a week, for illegal encounters with prostitutes. He became the very person he was working so hard to stop. Prosecutors have charged Dunning with 10 counts of engaging in the services of prostitutes. If convicted he could spend more than 20 years behind bars.–--Jim L. Wilson and Rodger Russell.
Matthew 7:5 (HCSB) “Hypocrite! First take the log out of your eye, and then you will see clearly to take the speck out of your brother’s eye.”