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Dewey H. “Buddy” Tucker, former pastor of the former Temple Memorial Baptist Church which he founded in 1969, disliked Jews. Still does.
Probably still dislikes spelling, too. 
Tucker’s church, which was located on Magnolia Avenue, aligned itself with various white supremacist movements, including the Ku Klux Klan, by asserting that Jews were related to biblical bad boy Cain, by way of a sexual liaison between Satan and Eve. Tucker also preached that people of the white race were direct descendants of Adam and Eve. 
Dudenbostel made this picture of Tucker’s church marquee in the early ’70s, before the self-proclaimed prophet from Dandridge went to prison in 1977 for a 1974 conviction on the federal charge of income tax evasion. In a torrent of words discharged like industrial effluent, Tucker is still preaching his white nationalist, anti-Semitic, Christian identity views today.
Only now he does it the modern way—with a website instead of a church marquee, and he probably has a spell-checker.

photo by Don Dudenbostel

A RACE OF MURDERS

Dewey H. “Buddy” Tucker, former pastor of the former Temple Memorial Baptist Church which he founded in 1969, disliked Jews. Still does.
Probably still dislikes spelling, too.
Tucker’s church, which was located on Magnolia Avenue, aligned itself with various white supremacist movements, including the Ku Klux Klan, by asserting that Jews were related to biblical bad boy Cain, by way of a sexual liaison between Satan and Eve. Tucker also preached that people of the white race were direct descendants of Adam and Eve.
Dudenbostel made this picture of Tucker’s church marquee in the early ’70s, before the self-proclaimed prophet from Dandridge went to prison in 1977 for a 1974 conviction on the federal charge of income tax evasion. In a torrent of words discharged like industrial effluent, Tucker is still preaching his white nationalist, anti-Semitic, Christian identity views today.
Only now he does it the modern way—with a website instead of a church marquee, and he probably has a spell-checker.

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GENERALDISREGARD writes:

I think if there were more men of God such as Pastor Dewey Tucker, this nation would not be in the HELLISH mess it is in today. It is true that the synagogue of Satan has control of every institution of this once great land, from the centers of higher learning to the media, political arena and financial centers such as the privately owned Federal Reserve. Truth will prevail however.

GENERALDISREGARD writes:

Men of courage and understanding are few and far between these days. Men of integrity and character who cannot be bought are a rare thing indeed. The man,(Pastor Dewey Tucker)to whom the writers paper have made it their business to defame and speak half truths of is one such man. TRUTHWILLOUT.

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