Lewis Jim Fogle crawls out form beneath the Indiana First Church of the Nazarene after volunteering to fix a leaking water pipe. He hasn't found a job since he was exonerated in September. (Michael Henninger/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette/TNS)
Lewis Jim Fogle crawls out form beneath the Indiana First Church of the Nazarene after volunteering to fix a leaking water pipe. He hasn't found a job since he was exonerated in September. (Michael Henninger/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette/TNS) Michael Henninger TNS
Lewis Jim Fogle crawls out form beneath the Indiana First Church of the Nazarene after volunteering to fix a leaking water pipe. He hasn't found a job since he was exonerated in September. (Michael Henninger/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette/TNS) Michael Henninger TNS

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