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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Adolph Hanley
The man suspected of calmly walking into a service at an Atlanta-area megachurch and gunning down a church volunteer leading a prayer was committed eight years ago to a psychiatric hospital after a violent incident in Maryland, court records show.
"Why would anyone want to hurt the church?" he asked.
"It doesn't surprise me," said Adolph Hanley, 66, of College Park. "People don't want the real Word."