Then There Were Six

The Texas escapees have been rounded up, but not before Brother Jim met the angel of death

The Bible tells of the prophet Elijah, who, having disposed of certain irritating pagans, feared for his life and fled to the wilderness, where he lay himself down under a broom tree and prayed to die.

The women raped by Larry Harper in the early 1990s would probably recoil at his name's being even remotely linked to the prophet, but Gina Holder, who attended Bible studies with Harper following his escape from a Texas prison last month, says the convicted rapist knew his Scripture with a prophet's acumen. Holder knew Harper as "Brother Jim," one of seven companions who stayed at...

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