Is giving food to homeless people a crime?
That question could be decided in federal court now that a Missouri pastor is suing the city of St. Louis, after he was ticketed for providing nourishment to those in need.
According to the Riverfront Times, Rev. Ray Redlich and Chris Ohnimus regularly hand out bologna sandwiches as they travel through the city to pray with others and distribute Christian literature.
“We minister to people,”said Redlich, who helped run the New Life Evangelistic Center homeless shelter before the city shut it down.