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He contacted the Rutherford Institute, a Virginia-based civil liberties organization.
We are conditioning kids to live in a surveillance state," John W Whitehead, president of The Rutherford Institute, told RT on Friday.
attorney who founded the right-leaning Christian legal group the Rutherford Institute in 1982, said he is wary of huge salaries and perks like fancy homes and private jets.
After graduating seniors at a Snohomish, Washington, school were barred by school officials from performing an instrumental version of Biebel's "Ave Maria," the Rutherford Institute unsuccessfully sought relief from the nation's highest court.
John Whitehead is founder of the Rutherford Institute and writes for major publications, including the Los Angeles Times, New York Times, Washington Times, and USA Today, and is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post.
But it's not a rapture or a snatching of people up to heaven for seven years" (John Whitehead, "God So Loved the World That He Gave Us World War II," The Rutherford Files: oldSpeak, The Rutherford Institute, 4 June 2005, www.
The Rutherford Institute argued the case on Falvo's behalf.
John Whitehead, the head of the Rutherford Institute, a private conservative group that had paid Jones' legal expenses, said he was disappointed with Wright's decision as to the amount.