'Hate church' faces foreclosure

The controversial Atlah Worldwide Church up in Harlem may be sold off in a public auction in just a couple of weeks. A judge has made this ruling because the church owes creditors $1.02 million.

The church is known for its controversial anti- gay signs on West 123rd Street.

We spoke to Pastor James David Manning about his anti-gay signs and his plans to fight the judge's rulings.

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