A FABLE FOR OUR TIMES II 

A FABLE FOR OUR TIMES II

Gwendolyn Baker, 51, of Memphis, was charged along with two other defendants for entering into a scheme to sell nonexistent vehicles to the Christian faithful. Allegedly, Baker and her co-defendants approached their victims claiming to represent the estate of one John Bowers of Mission Foods. Bowers, they said, wanted to reward people of religious faith with good vehicles at bargain prices. The moral to this story: God is not Elvis, and neither are his alleged representatives.

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