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Wrongly Accused of Crime - Needs Prayers

My brother has been wrongly accused of a horibble crime by a angry, former girl friend. He needs the power of your prayers to help the truth be found and told.

This legal issue has been very stressful emotionally and financially for my brother, as well as all members of our family. His only crime has been to care about people and to be naive as to how some people try to hurt others. He did not commit the crime, but it is his word against hers. Please pray with me to bring the truth to light -- urgently. He has been asked to turn himself in tomorrow. I can only pray that tomorrow, all information will be revealed so that the authorities realize that this is a invented crime designed to hurt my brother, and he will go free. Please pray for him and our family. Thank you.
worriedsis -10/7/2002
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