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Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Jerry Falwell is dead UPDATE

Posted By on Tue, May 15, 2007 at 12:12 PM

CNN reports that Jerry Falwell has been found unconcscious in his office. UPDATE: And the death of the televangelist has now been reported.

UPDATE II: And in the race to be the first to be quoted on Falwell's death, the winner is ....

MIKE HUCKABEE, from CBN News:

This just in to The Brody File. Reaction from Mike Huckabee on the death of Jerry Falwell.

"I've known Dr. Falwell since the mid 70's.  I've been to his church and spoke at the university last fall.  He was one of Christendom's great leaders who stood by his convictions and never lost his common touch.  Many did not know about his sense of humor and compassion for people from all walks of life." 

 

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