California Pastor Missita Galois Allegedly Stole $100,000 From Disabled Veteran

Missita Galois
Missita Galois. (Photo: Twitter via California News Times)

California minister Missita Galois has been accused of embezzling more than $100,000 from a disabled veteran who lived in a filthy building next to his church.

Galois, who heads the Second Congregational Church of Samoa in Long Beach, has been charged with felony and massive theft and theft from his dependents.

He is currently free with a $ 70,000 deposit while claiming to have purchased jewelry, clothing and audio equipment using Peter Campbell’s $ 2,900 veteran check each month.

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