Animal Hope and Wellness Founder, Marc Ching hid his Felony Kidnapping Conviction, and Prison sentence rather than risk his chance at stardom and donations
For the moment we will hold back posting the court documents from Marc Ching’s 2000/2001 Felony Kidnapping Conviction.
We will see if Marc ching has the ability, to tell the truth, for once. We wait with baited breath to see how his fictional account matches up with the official court documents.
$500,000 Bail Says A Lot
The information below reveals more than enough for the general public to obtain the official court documents on their own. While we have chosen not to release the details, I will say Marc Ching’s $500,000 bail, speaks volumes.
One of the fundamental rights as Americans is freedom of choice. Our nation lets us choose whatever job you like, then your ability determines if you deserve that job.
Like him or not, Barak Obama is a perfect example of our freedom to choose. He did not have a perfect childhood, he did drugs and most likely worse. At some point in his life, he had a choice, either better himself or not. But Barak Obama would make that choice, no one else.
The Path We Choose
The path Mr. Obama chose would lead him to become the first black President of the United States. President Obama could have just as easily chosen a different path for his life to follow.
Do you believe President Obama would have been elected if we learned that he betrayed our trust by hiding a felony kidnapping conviction?
President Obama, like thousands of others with questionable pasts, overcame their lapses in judgment. What they did was to be upfront with the people about their past, Something Marc Ching purposely chose not to do.
Due to their honesty and hard work, they became many of our nation’s inspirational heroes. They showed our nation’s youth, that while you made a mistake, you have a choice not to let that mistake define you.
Marc Ching had the freedom to choose what he would divulge to the thousands of people who donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to him. For an average everyday nobody, such as myself, it may be better to choose not to reveal mistakes you may have made.