St. Joseph the Worker Church
1879 Applewood Dr.
Orefield, Pa 18069
August 4, 1998
Mr. John Kacsur
1434 Spring Dr.
Walnutport, PA 18088
Dear Mr Kacsur,
I have reviewed the materials you have given me regarding the
unjust trial Mr. Paul William Scott has received, as well as the later
information which never reached the ears of jurors. It certainly appears
as if the execution of Paul William Scott would be an act of injustice
at the highest level. The death of the innocent in certainly one crime
which calls to God for justice.
I feel your actions in this matter are noble and merit a great deal of
thanks for the dedication with which you and the other men and women
are working to bring Paul's case to the ears of the men and women who
have the power to release him. You have my prayerful support in this
matter and I hope you pass on to Paul the solidarity which we share
as children of God.
We always wish do to God's will and it is certain that God's wills not
the death of the innocent, however God sometimes allow evil to occur so that
He may bring good out of it. Justice is eternal and so one can be assured
that every act of injustice here on earth is certainly dealt with
in the heavenly kingdom and compensated for in God's own way. Paul's
life will hopefully be spared, however if God calls him to suffer this
injustice, we must believe that God will triumph even in that injustice.
So one is compelled to work for justice and aim to save one man's life,
especially a man apparently as innocent as Paul William Scott, but
always remembering that it is heaven we work for and it is in Christ
which stretches to the highest heaven that all of earth's injustices
are made right. Feel free to share this letter with anyone who would
benefit from knowing I support life and the sparing of the life of
one Paul William Scott.
Yours in Christ
Pastor, St. Joseph the Worker Church,