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Juanita Bynum 'Battered' by Bishop-Husband Outside Hotel

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1. No charges filed in fight between prominent preacher couple
Juanita Bynum is one of the most prominent female preachers in America. Her husband, Thomas W. Weeks III, founded a series of churches called Global Destiny. The two married in 2002 in a televised ceremony; her ring famously sported a 7.76-carat diamond. But the couple has apparently been in for a rough patch lately,and they met at an Atlanta hotel to try to reconcile. It apparently didn't go well. At 4 a.m., the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports, a physical fight broke out and a bellman had to pull Weeks off of Bynum. "She was bruised up and battered," a police officer told the paper. "She had purple bruising around her neck and upper torso." No charges have been filed against Weeks, the paper reports.

2. Billy Graham recovering after treatment Evangelist Billy Graham, 88, had a colonoscopy Wednesday night, and his gastroenterologist cauterized an area of bleeding. "Mr. Graham was alert during the procedure, ...

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