"Danny Paid Off Linda's Car"
One could easily assume that Dr. Walt Thompson gets his information regarding what Danny Shelton
has done for Linda straight from Danny himself. Thus, if we find a clear, unequivocal, major discrepancy
in such information, while it would raise questions about the accuracy of some of Dr. Thompson's claims,
it might also be further evidence that not everything Danny says is true.
Consider carefully Dr. Walt Thompson's claims made on June 13, 2006, and compare them with
Linda Shelton's counterclaims. Then, examine the Linda's car loan's payment history, faxed directly from
the lending bank, as it appears below the two emails.
Dr. Walt Thompson's Claims
-------- Original Message --------
||Tue, 13 Jun 2006 21:24:27 -0500
Thank you for your e mail sharing your frustrations with 3ABN.
It is understandable that you may feel frustrated regarding the
breakup of Danny and Linda. You are not alone. ...
Just to make this letter a bit more complete, let me tell
you what I know about Danny's attempt to save Linda for himself
- even after the divorce papers were signed. He paid off the
remaining debt on her new car, her daughter's car, all of the
credit cards, and other joint bills. He bought her interest in
the house, helped her move to Southern Illinois, build a porch
on her home there, gave her all of the things in their home including
things that were really his. (He did these things with money
obtained in a loan from a friend.) Over and over again he took
her out to eat and did many other things to show how much he
really cared for her. In fact, many of the employees and some
of us on the board were concerned because of how she was leading
him on and keeping him in turmoil. Over and over, she threatened
him, saying, that if she was going down, she would bring him
and the ministry down with him.
I hope this helps to clear the confusion. NO ONE at 3ABN wanted
to get rid of Linda, least of all, Danny. ... If you have
further questions or need further evidence, please let me know.
Sincerely in Jesus' precious name,
Walter Thompson MD
Chairman, 3ABN Board
Linda Shelton's Counterclaims
-------- Original Message --------
||RE: 3abn questions
||Wed, 20 Dec 2006 15:18:34 -0700
... I will answer your questions.
3) He did not pay off my car, nor did he make any payments
towards the car the last 2 1/2 years...but I did hear he bought
Brandy a new car...before they were married.
4) No, he did not pay off my daughter's car.
5) No, he did not pay off all of the credit card bills...this
is a subject for our divorce case which is pending.
6) Yes, he did buy my half of the house.
7) Well, I guess if you can call bringing truckloads of my
clothes and dumping them on my living room floor "helping me
move" to Carbondale, then he helped me move. At that time I
was locked out of the house and the only things I got were the
things he allowed me to have.
8) Yes, he did build a porch on to my mobile home in Carbondale.
9) No, he did not give me "all of the things in the home..."
He has all of the furniture, the boat, the jacuzzi, the sauna,
about 18 Gibson guitars, the horses, horse trailor, etc...subject
to divorce case which is pending.
10) We did meet occasionally in Marion at a restaurant to
discuss the issues.
11) No, I never said such an ungodly thing.
12) No, we never bought or owned a second Toyota vehicle.
I am still much in prayer about this "whole thing." The Church at large is affected big-time
by all of this. This must be the first concern.
Blessings to you and yours,
Payment History Under Bank's Old System
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Payments from January 2003 Through January 2005
We know from the automobile title that Linda's
Toyota Sequoia was purchased on December 30, 2002. While the automobile is titled in Linda's name
only, the loan is in both their names.
This first sheet shows a start date for the loan of January 3, 2003. January 27, 2003, is the first payment, and
consists of $453.50 principal and $134.89 interest, or in other words, a total payment of $588.39.
No payoff on this sheet is shown.
Payments from January 2005 Through April 2005
No payoff of the loan shown here either. As of April 2005, the principal of the loan is down to $18,383.32.
Payment History Since Bank's New System in Place
Payments from August 2005 Through November 2005
Somehow with the transition from the old system to the new system, we did not receive any records
for the period of time between April 13, 2005, and August 25, 2005. The principal still due declined
in that time period from $18,383.32 to $15,878.64, and the first August 25, 2005, payment reduced the
balance down by $489.37 to $15,389.27. The monthly payment is clearly $588.39, exactly what it was
back in January 2003.
Payments from November 2005 Through August 2006
On June 13, 2006, the date of Dr. Thompson's email, there remained a balance of $10,095.41.
Payments from August 2006 Through January 2007
This sheet shows a remaining balance of $5,723.24.
If there is an explanation for this discrepancy, we would be extremely glad to hear what it is.