Benny Hinn Ministries has instructed YouTube to remove a video my son uploaded that mentions Hinn. The claim is that there is copyright infringement, but there is nothing of the kind, simply the mention of his name. Presumably, they know that YouTube simply removes videos without checking if there is a copyright infringement claim.
He made the film for the Methodist church he works for down in Houston, so I figured Ben should let them know what is up. They probably don't want any bad publicity either.
So now you know. This particular religious (I cannot bring myself to say "Christian" for reasons unrelated to this issue) ministry protects itself by false accusation against little guys. Nice.
Pass this on, please.