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Lovettsville minister arrested during union protest

There are 2 comments on the Loudoun Times story from Apr 2, 2013, titled Lovettsville minister arrested during union protest. In it, Loudoun Times reports that:

Rev. R. Don Prague, minister with Lovettsville's St. James Church, was among those arrested April 1 during a union protest in Charleston, W.Va. Prange, who has previously lived in the coal producing areas of southwest Virginia, has had a long history of supporting miners and union organizations.

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Frank McDonough

Silver Spring, MD

#1 Apr 16, 2013
Absolute disgrace to the community and to his church. I assume they are already reviewing resumes.
john tucker

Jefferson, MD

#2 May 17, 2013
Frank, I left that church after ten years as member, trustee, treasurer, etc .... and have been an investor in Patriot for most of its history ... trust me, that church supports its minister, and also they use an awful lot of electricity, mostly generated from coal .... they installed a new air conditioning unit after I left ....

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