Ronald F. Avery

1933 Montclair

Seguin, Texas 78155



January 12, 2009


Session Members and

Rev. Dr. Carl McCauley Pastor

Rev. Bob Sebesta ret. Pastor

First Presbyterian Church Seguin

305 North King Street

Seguin, Texas 78155



RE:       Censorship of Avery regarding 9/11/01 evidence contradictory to government conspiracy theories.


Dear Session Members,


It is common knowledge that you will be holding a six hour Session Retreat on Saturday January 17th 2009. This letter is to ask that during this retreat you finally address all the issues of my Prayer for Lift of Censorship under prayer item number 6.4.2; 6.5.1-4; 6.6; and to reconsider its decision on item 6.7 and 6.8 as I requested in my November 13, 2008 letter to the Session.

As you know, on October 28th, 2008, I filed with Mission Presbytery an accusation against Rev. Carl McCauley for censoring me outside the procedure to be used as specified by the Constitution of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). I have received a letter from Rev. Ken Peters of New Braunfels Presbyterian Church who has been selected to head the investigation committee. In this letter Rev. Peters erroneously states that I have made an accusation and Statement of Offense against the Session of our church in my accusation against Rev. Carl McCauley. I have sent Rev. Peters a letter drawing his attention to same.

The relief sought from Mission Presbytery is stated on page 6 of my accusation: “I am asking the Presbytery to find that my good friend, Rev. Carl McCauley, violated the Constitution of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) when he censored me and that the censorship against me be lifted concerning all information relating to the events of 9/11/01.”

The reality of all this is that I am not lawfully under censorship because Carl did not follow the Constitutional procedure to censor me and no formal written finding has been issued by the Session to censor me. A committee should have been formed to investigate the allegation that what I was saying violated the Holy Scriptures or some other Constitutional provision of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Then I should have been given an opportunity to be heard by the committee. If the committee found merit to the need to censor me I could then agree to be censored or a Prosecution Committee would have to be formed and a trial conducted to find me in need of censorship. Upon a finding by a jury or permanent judicial commission that I was in need of censorship they would issue a formal written statement of same. Since none of this has been done I am free to say and do as I was before Carl’s attempt to censor me in his phone call of September 16th, 2008.

If the session does not answer the prayer items listed in the first paragraph of this letter in my favor (excepting item 6.7), I will then conclude that the Session is censoring me without the same procedure that Carl should have used and I will be forced to then file a similar Accusation and Statement of Offense against the Session to the Mission Presbytery.

Session, our nation is being destroyed from the top down. And now America even supports the genocide against Gaza committed by the Jews. Our church should be doing just what Carl calls it to do from the pulpit. The church should be willing to hear the truth if it is to play a part in the salvation of people and the healing of our land. But our church is presently resistant to the truth of what is going on in our land and censors those that want to be instrumental in its redemption. If our church could be strong and open to hear evidence we could attract new members who could feel and see its strength as we step out from under the bushel and hold the candle high. Let’s do that this year. Why not make plans at your Session Retreat to be fearless and step out in the community and say; “Christ is the King of Kings the Lord of Lords and he has established the Kingdom of God and Heaven on Earth and opened the door that no man can shut that we may all enter. But for those that do not enter in but try to hide the door and deceive men and hurt men, we as stewards of the Kingdom while our King is away will defend the Kingdom and resist with all we have the attempts to kill and destroy our fellow man and lay plots and schemes to steal the Kingdom for themselves to devour in their lusts.”

I therefore, ask once again that the Session simply answer my prayers in my favor and not try to censor me outside the Constitutional procedures of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). I also pray that you change your mind on prayer item 6.7 so we can step out from underneath the bushel with the light of truth about 9/11/01 and reform our church, community, city, state and nation.




Ronald F. Avery



Rev. Dr. Carl McCauley Pastor

Rev. Bob Sebesta retired Pastor

212 Hilltop

Seguin, TX 78155


Sessions Members:


Class of 2008:

Maggie Dellinger

4814 Explorer A

Kirby, TX 78219

Mel Grones

8172 FM 466

Seguin, TX 78155

Ben Logan

P.O. Box 732

Luling, TX 78648-0732

Elsa Lopez

200 Harborth Rd.

Seguin, TX 78155

Class of 2009:

Shirley Hegwer

1010 Ilka Rd.

Seguin, TX 78155

Harold Martin

225 Lone Oak

Seguin, TX 78155

Liz Taft

1052 E. Walnut St.

Seguin, TX 78155

Charlie Willmann

P.O. Box 1033

Seguin, TX 78156-1033

Class of 2010:

Rochelle Carter

1633 Lullwood

Seguin, TX 78155

Jim Frost

113 W. Gonzales

Seguin, TX 78155

Ann Hodges

637 Running Creek

Seguin, TX 78155

Tome Walters

682 Brietzke Rd

Seguin, TX 78155