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    The School for Conversion in Durham has provided sanctuary for a pastor facing deportation since June 27 but it is technically illegal. The director of the school, Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, could face up to five years in prison.

The School for Conversion in Durham has provided sanctuary for a pastor facing deportation since June 27 but it is technically illegal. The director of the school, Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, could face up to five years in prison. Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com
The School for Conversion in Durham has provided sanctuary for a pastor facing deportation since June 27 but it is technically illegal. The director of the school, Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, could face up to five years in prison. Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com

Faith leaders know they’re breaking the law. Why they’re taking the risk

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