Sam Bethea and Spaz exchange religious stances


Keilen Frazier | HERALD

Sam Bethea (right) and Spaz (left)exchange religious stances at Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington D.C. on Nov. 6, 2020. Spaz used to be a conservitive Christian youth leader but was ostracized from the Church while seeking justice for a child who was molested by another youth leader, he said. After a long journey and a near-death experience, Spaz found his home in Satanism. Bethea, known as, “The Jesus Saves Guy,” was at the BLM Plaza to spread His word.