After a newspaper, called the Liverpool Echo, exposed a pastor for providing gay conversion therapy, the pastor is saying it was inaccurate.
The pastor, Dr. Desmond Sanusi, took the case to a watchdog press group called the International Press Standards Organization (IPSO), according to Gay Star News. The group rejected that the piece in the Echo was inaccurate by saying he was a ‘gay cure pastor.’
Josh Perry, the journalist that exposed the pastor, went undercover as a man questioning his sexuality. He said part of the pastor’s course was three days worth of praying and fasting, with no physical or medical warning.
“People that want to come for deliverance, they are encouraged to fast but it’s not for everybody…it is not for three days…people only fast for one day,” Sanusi argued, but IPSO decided the article was not misleading.