Caleb Brundidge is one of the American evangelical Christians who went to Uganda to back the homophobes who want gay people to be executed.
In March 2009, Brundidge and two other American evangelical Christians ran an anti-gay conference in Uganda.
For three days, thousands of Ugandans, including police officers, teachers and national politicians, listened to the Americans preach against gay and bisexual people.
In 2011, in Uganda, David Kato was murdered for opposing the anti-gay bill.
Ugandan 'hang them' paper has no regrets after David Kato death.
The Uganda pastor Martin Ssempa, who received a lot of money from the government of George Bush, backs the anti-gay bill.
Is Pastor Martin Ssempa a gay homophobe?
Ted Haggard, the president of the U.S. National Association of Evangelicals, resigned in 2006 after being accused of having a sexual relationship with a male escort.
"Two days ago, just before Uganda's first multiparty elections in 20 years, Ugandan police arrested Peter Waldron, a 59-year old U.S. citizen from Wyoming...
"Waldron has billed himself ... as a preacher ... a former member of the U.S. military who became a missionary...
"However, Waldron was also caught in Kampala with four assault rifles and 180 rounds of ammunition."
One teenager testified: "A few minutes after I had eaten and taken the juice, I lost my senses, and by the time I woke up on Monday morning I was on the same bed with Pastor Kayanja and he had already dressed up; and on the bed were used condoms, and I was feeling great pain in my anus."
The teenage boy claimed that Pastor Robert Kayanja procured him from the Miracle Centre’s Never Again home for street children.
Robert Kayanja's church has its own TV channel, a 10,500-seater auditorium, armed guards, and the support of some of Uganda’s top people, including police and military.
Sounds like a CIA operation?