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Fiery NC church leader could be mistaken for successful CEO

In this Jan. 23, 2015 photo provided by Rachael Bryant, Word of Faith Fellowship leader Jane Whaley holds the newborn infant of one of her congregants in a hospital in Shelby, N.C. Word of Faith Fellowship has been scrutinized on numerous occasions by law enforcement, social services agencies and the news media since the early 1990s_ all without significant impact, mostly because followers refused to cooperate. (Rachael Bryant via AP) Source: The Associated Press

SPINDALE, N.C. (AP) — She looks like a successful businesswoman, with her neatly coifed blonde hair, St. John business suit, flashy diamond rings and jewelry dangling from her wrist. And she has devoted followers — an entourage — that hang on her

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