At first, Rev. Fred Armfield's arrest for patronizing a prostitute in Greenwood, South Carolina, in January 2010 looked uncontroversial, with Armfield allegedly confessing he'd bargained Melinda "Truck Stop" Robinson down from $10 to $5 for oral sex. Several days later, however, Armfield formally disputed the arrest, calling himself a "descendant of the original Moro-Pithecus Disoch, Kenyapithecus and Afro Pithecus," a "living flesh-and-blood being" who, based on his (high) character and community standing, shouldn't be prosecuted. Also, he said, any payment to Truck Stop with Federal Reserve Notes did not legally constitute a "purchase" since such notes are not lawful money.

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