According to this story, a man has been arrested in connection with an incident involving tainted grape juice. The man worked at the store where the juice was bought, and it's thought that he poisoned the juice that was eventually sold to a Baptist Church.
At this point, I could only guess as to whether the man is actually guilty of the charges against him. If it is, the entire thing is very sad. The story makes no reference to his motive for doing this. Was it an anti-Christian thing? A practical joke gone bad? An accident? The story doesn't quite say.
It reminds me, though, of the incident last year (or was it further in the past than that?) when several churches were burned down in the south, and eventually several college students were caught. They claimed that it was just a practical joke that went too far. Oh really? I'd have thought you'd realized it "went too far" after you burned down the first church. I heard nothing more about them after they were arrested.
The whole thing is just sad. Burn down churches, it registers for a while on the radar. Poison communion wine/juice and it's a blip. If any of this was done to a mosque, however . . . we'd hear no end to talk of "hate crimes," discrimination, atmosphere of intolerance, etc. etc.