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The Rev. Graylan Hagler (left) talks with Deborah Harris of Washington, a supporter of D.C Mayor Vincent C. Gray, during a faith-based rally on the front steps of the John A. Wilson Building in Washington on Wednesday, July 18, 2012. Supporters called upon the crowd and the public not to rush to judgment, as three D.C. Council members have openly called for Mr. Gray's resignation in light of the scandal surrounding his 2010 election campaign. (Rod Lamkey Jr./The Washington Times)
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The Rev. Graylan Hagler (left) talks with Deborah Harris of Washington, a supporter of D.C Mayor Vincent C. Gray, during a faith-based rally on the front steps of the John A. Wilson Building in Washington on Wednesday, July 18, 2012. Supporters called upon the crowd and the public not to rush to judgment, as three D.C. Council members have openly called for Mr. Gray's resignation in light of the scandal surrounding his 2010 election campaign. (Rod Lamkey Jr./The Washington Times)

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