In 2006, the U.S. Secret Service confiscated 83 packs of the gospel tracts, which resemble million-dollar bills. The ministry’s tracts feature a “million-dollar question” and asks readers, “Will you go to heaven?” The tracts also include a brief test and Bible excerpts.
Darrel Rundus, president of the Great News Network ministry, said the Secret Service made the seizure illegally without a search warrant and threatened to arrest a GNN member if he did not turn over the tracts.
U.S. District Court Judge Jorge Solis ruled the Secret Service agents violated the Fourth Amendment by seizing the tracts without a warrant and ordered the agents to return the gospel tracts.
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