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Two Tennessee pastors charged with trafficking, patronizing prostitution

A human trafficking sting operation conducted at a Knoxville motel by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has led to the arrest of 32 individuals, among them 2 pastors. Operation “Someone Like Me” involved ads placed by law enforcement offering sex with underage girls. Jason Evan Kennedy, 46, head of the children’s ministry at Grace Baptist Church of Knoxville, and Zubin Percy Parakh, 32, creative pastor with Lifehouse Church in Oak Ridge, were charged after they answered the ads. Kennedy was arrested […]

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