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Liberty University President Jerry Falwell, Jr. he said he had asked the FBI to investigate a “criminal conspiracy” against him and that he maintains was orchestrated by the disgruntled members of the council and members of the evangelical Christian college.
Falwell said on Tuesday that he has evidence that the former members of the shared e-mail messages that belong to the Lynchburg, Va., university, to reporters in an effort to make good the damage to his reputation.
“Our lawyers have determined that a small group of former members of the board and the staff, they are involved in a criminal conspiracy to steal the Freedom of ownership, in the form of e-mails and provided them to reporters,” Falwell told The Hill.
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The allegations come after the Political parties have a story to be published on Monday, citing unnamed sources, but only if a current or former officers or employees of the Falwell, alleging the university president and the leadership of a culture of “self-dealing” and that it is inappropriate to have benefited him and his family.
Jerry Falwell, Jr., shown here in November and in 2016, said on Tuesday that he has asked the FBI to investigate what he called a “criminal smear campaign against him by former Liberty University, the members of the board and its employees.
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Falwell, one of the President’s Home to the oldest and most faithful supporters, it has also come under increased scrutiny recently regarding his personal life, and business, including his involvement in a Miami hotel.
Falwell claimed that the e-mails that were leaked as part of an “attempted coup” to oust him as the school’s president, because of his support for the Home and the school is in financial stress after the death of his father, Rev. Jerry Falwell, the evangelist who founded Liberty, and it served as a Moral majority leader, before he was in 2007, when “the lever is about to take over.”
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Speaking to the Associated Press, Falwell said, “he’s not going to be the dignity of the lies that were reported yesterday, with a comment, but I’m going to go to the authorities, and I am going to be a civil right.” He was referring to the reporter who wrote the story as a “little boy”.
Falwell added, Liberty University has hired “the best lawyer in New York, New York, which he declined to identify them, in the pursuit of civil proceedings. Falwell even refused to identify the men who he said were spread by e-mail.
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“Freedom is the owner of all of the e-mails. It is owned by us. They were there for us like they used to and our server,” he told the AP. “Our policy is to make it clear that each and every e-mail will be sent to our server, and is the property of Liberty, and a person to share it with anyone outside of Liberty, it is theft. This is the underlying criminal activity.”
Liberty was founded in 1971 with just 154 students and now has an enrollment of more than 100,000, including those in the huge online education programs. It has grown to become an important hub of conservative politics, which involved the candidates court evangelical voters.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.