(The Independent) It is Friday night and the trustees of Ireland's most talked about evangelical church are reeling from a tumultuous couple of weeks.
Their church, the Victory Christian Fellowship, owes €18m to Bank of Scotland. Receivers sent in to take possession of the church's three prime properties were blocked by staff and some of the congregation. And when the trustees failed to show up in court to answer accusations that they had ignored court orders, a High Court judge directed gardai to hunt them down.
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