PERSECUTION: “We have been ordered to crush every American Christian coming into India, so they’ll never come back…” – Custom’s agent [#IndiaPersecution #ChristianPersecution] 05/21

PERSECUTION: “We have been ordered to crush every American Christian coming into India, so they’ll never come back…” – Custom’s agent [#IndiaPersecution #ChristianPersecution] 05/21

“We have been ordered to crush every American Christian coming into India, so they’ll never come back and stop bringing money to the Christians in India.” – Custom’s agent in India to Pastor Bryan Nerren [#IndiaPersecution #ChristianPersecution] 05/21

Pastor Bryan Nerren claims Christian persecution is the reason behind his 8-month ordeal in India, in which he was criminally charged along with his passport and $40,000 in cash seized.

Pastor Bryan Nerren, who leads the non-profit Asian Children’s Education Fellowship, was unable to leave the country for 8 months and returned home on May 21, 2020.

According to Pastor Bryan Nerren, when he and 2 friends entered India, they were carrying $40,000 between them to be used as part of a Christian ministry.

According to Pastor Bryan Nerren, he was carrying $20,000 himself and properly declared the amount.

According to According to Pastor Bryan Nerren’s attorney, CeCe Heil, when he arrived in Bagdogra, customs agents were waiting to charge him with violating the Foreign Exchange Management Act, which accused him of not having the proper paperwork and not paying a fee.

But according to Pastor Bryan Nerren, a custom’s agent told him something much more nefarious.

“The word he used is: we have been ordered to crush every American Christian coming into India, so they’ll never come back and stop bringing money to the Christians in India.”
– Custom’s agent in India to Pastor Bryan Nerren

Pastor Bryan Nerren then spent 6 days in jail, and said in 6 separate occasions, he and his attorney worked out a deal to release him, only to have those deals ignored.

“The judicial system is corrupt. Everything was driven by bribes. I was robbed, extorted, and had to pay blackmail money in the end to come home.”
– Pastor Bryan Nerren

According to Pastor Bryan Nerren, ultimately, he and his attorney were able to convince a judge of his innocence and regain his passport, although the money was never returned.

According to Pastor Bryan Nerren, the judge apologized.

“We’re very sorry for this, you’re completely clean, you have no record, you’re welcome to come back to India next year, we’ll try to treat you better.”
– the judge

Now safe at home, according to Pastor Bryan Nerren, he would like to return to India, but never can.

“The people who I do ministry with in Nepal and India – their lives would be in danger if I go back and I was seen with them.”
– Pastor Bryan Nerren

According to Pastor Bryan Nerren, even if he wanted to return, his wife Rhonda Nerren has made it clear: his trips to India are over.

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