Mark Bunker has a long history of creating conflicts and disturbance in Clearwater Florida.

In 2001, Bunker was named as a party in a permanent injunction handed down by 6th Circuit Judge Thomas E. Penick (Pinellas-Pasco), who was not convinced by false claims about free speech. Judge Penick’s order referred to “the dangerous and threatening practice of ‘in-your-face’ picketing,” which included “shouting, yelling and other acts of violence which threatened the health and safety of the individuals and other persons utilizing the public ways.”

Bunker was specifically named as a party “permanently enjoined from committing any acts of harassment or violence against any member of the Church, including, without limitation, any UNSOLICITED physical, verbal or written contact with any Church staff or parishioner.”

Cover page – Permanent Injunction.

Page 2, Permanent Injunction.

“the dangerous and threatening practice of ‘in-your-face’ picketing,” which included “shouting, yelling and other acts of violence which threatened the health and safety of the individuals and other persons utilizing the public ways.”

Page 3 – Findings of Fact.

Page 6 – It is hereby ordered and adjudged that… a permanent injunction is entered against the defendants… Mark Bunker.

Page 7 – Mark Bunker… and those persons and entities in actual concert or participation with them… are permanently enjoined.

Page 8 – permanently enjoined from making any loud and raucous noise.

Page 9 – permanently enjoined from committing any acts of harassment or violence.

 

“…permanently enjoined from committing any acts of harassment or violence against any member of the Church, including, without limitation, any UNSOLICITED physical, verbal or written contact with any Church staff or parishioner.”

 

Page 12 – Done and Ordered.

 

“This Permanent Injunction shall… remain in full force and effect until further order of this Court.”