American Pastor Is Detained in Military Prison While Visiting Pastors Imprisoned in Sudan (Interview)

June 8, 2014

A New York City-based pastor was detained earlier this week at a military prison in Sudan while attempting to visit two Presbyterian pastors facing potential death sentences after they were charged with various trumped-up espionage and conspiracy charges by the government.

 

 
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