Jailed Christian appealing to Supreme Court sees outpouring of support after LifeSite petition

    Updated: January 3, 2019 at 7:50 pm EST  See Comments

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    January 3, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – LifeSiteNews readers and others concerned about sexual abuse and parental rights have responded overwhelmingly to the case of a Christian businessman convicted of “international parental kidnapping” for helping a mother and her child escape an unrelated lesbian “mother” imposed on the child by a Vermont court.

    61-year-old Philip Zodhiates is the president of the conservative direct mail fundraising company Response Unlimited. He is also the adoptive father of six children from Central America.

    Zodhiates began serving a federal prison sentence last month after being prosecuted by the Obama administration for driving Lisa Miller and her daughter Isabella to the Canadian border in 2009. A Christian and former lesbian, Miller was fleeing the United States to defy court-imposed visitations with Janet Jenkins, her ex-partner a judge deemed the girl’s second “mother” despite having no biological relation.

    Miller and Isabella successfully entered Canada and flew to Nicaragua, with their current whereabouts unknown, but Zodhiates was arrested and eventually convicted for assisting them. An appeals court refused to consider an appeal in October, so his attorneys asked the U.S. Supreme Court to step in and stay his sentence while reviewing his conviction.

    Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg rejected the

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