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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Rickey Wagoner
A bus driver in Ohio who claimed his pocket Bible saved him from the bullets of three gun-toting aggressors is now facing quizzing from police who say his story — while inspirational and stunning — doesn't match what they're finding as fact.
An Ohio bus driver who says a book of Bible verses in his pocket stopped the bullets fired at him is going to remain on leave until an investigation into the shooting is complete.
Authorities said Wednesday that they are investigating whether the shooting of a bus driver who said a book of Bible verses in his pocket helped stop two bullets could have been a hate crime.
A biblical booklet in a shirt pocket apparently helped a bus driver survive a shooting, and authorities were looking Tuesday for three suspects, police say.
An Ohio bus driver is saved by the Bible — literally — in an attack by thugs.
He claimed two of their bullets hit an inch-thick book of Bible verses he was carrying in his pocket and that another bullet hit him in the leg.
Mr. Wagoner then said he was able to grab the gun and fire at the men as they fled from the scene.