Willie McKay Disputes PressRelease by AG George Jepson for Transfer Of Church Property Settlement

NEW HAVEN- Willie E McKay announces his opposition to today's release issued by Attorney General George Jepson announcing the settlement of a lawsuit that restored the title and property rights back to Macedonia Pentecostal Church in Hamden.
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July 29, 2011 - PRLog -- The true facts are that there is still no evidence of who is the rightful pastor of Macedonia Pentecostal Church, Hamden, CT. Built from the ground up by The Late-Bishop Henry McKay and his non-deceased widow Lizzie G. McKay.

This settlement and stipulation ends a lawsuit filed in 2008 against Willie E. McKay, who was accused of posing as the pastor of Macedonia Pentecostal and transferring title to the property to another church he founded and then mortgaged the property.

In agreeing to this Stipulated Judgment and Order, Willie E. McKay did not admit to the veracity of the allegations made in the section of the document entitled “Attorney General’s Alleged Facts.” No part of this Stipulated Judgment and Order was treated or construed as an admission of liability or wrongdoing by Willie E McKay.

Willie E. McKay is the grandson of Henry McKay, who founded Macedonia Pentecostal Church in 1963 Who deeded the property at 184 Butler Street to the church in 1965.  Henry McKay was the Pastor of Macedonia Pentecostal and had been in possession of the property and had conducted services and activities there regularly until his death, never appointing Juanita Dinkin as pastor, but told his widow Lizzie McKay to “not let those people take my church, I want my grandson to have it”.

In 2005, Willie McKay was accused by former Attorney General Richard Blumenthal of posing as the pastor of Macedonia Pentecostal, and transferring of title to Love Temple Church of Christ in Prayer, Inc.  And using that property to secure a $1,150,000.00 mortgage.

The Attorney General sued after the alleged current pastor Juanita Dinkins, a chaplain in the Department of Corrections State of Connecticut who was never voted in by the church or widow of Henry McKay, Lizzie McKay made a complaint to his office.

Juanita Dinkins also sold the properties owned by Henry McKay and Macedonia Pentecostal Church in Winston Salem North Carolina to the airport there for a sum of $50,000.00.

CONTACT: Willie E McKay, drwmckay@gmail.com; cell: 203-430-3232
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