Cape Town charges Frontline Fellowship pastor with Halloween paintball assault
Saturday, March 25, 2006
Peter Hammond, a pastor & director at Cape Town Frontline Fellowship, has been charged with assault, after leading his four children on a paintball shooting spree, targeting trick-or-treaters last Halloween.
His 11 year old son had originally been a codefendant, but the charges were recently dropped. As a result, the charges against Hammond have been transferred out of juvenile court. Mr. Hammond will file a plea next month.
Cape Town Frontline Fellowship is an evangelical missionary organization. Peter Hammond is also known for his work as a pro-gun activist, and a number of Chrisitian missionary & anti-islamic books. 
- Karen Breytenbach. "'Paintball pastor's' case postponed" — , March 23 2006
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