Commentary — 01 October 2010

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DEKALB COUNTY, GA — Much of the legal case against Bishop Eddie Long is rooted in activity that allegedly occurred in a modest South DeKalb neighborhood — two doors down from where Leon Wright lives.

“Sometimes they were here for hours,” Wright said of Bishop Long and his neighbor of two years, Anthony Flagg.

Flagg is one of four young men who have sued the pastor of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church. The suit alleges that Bishop Long enticed Flagg into sexual activity in an unassuming tract home on a South DeKalb cul-de-sac.

The frequency of Bishop Long’s visits were “like a mail lady come to drop mail off,” Wright laughed. “It was every day, man.”

Wright says Bishop Long and Flagg were typically alone in the house when they were together. The suit says Andrew Momon owned the home. Momon is an official at New Birth. The house is now in foreclosure.

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