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By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Susan Espinoza
The Oakland-based Family Radio International, which stirred a global frenzy when it predicted the rapture would take 200 million Christians to heaven on May 21, now says the cataclysmic event will destroy the globe on Friday.
The California radio preacher who predicted the world would end last month was recuperating Monday after suffering a mild stroke, his family and colleagues said.
"I'm sorry to disappoint you, but we at Family Radio have been directed to not talk to the media or the press," Mr. Camping's daughter Susan Espinoza wrote in response to an email request about Friday's doomsday scenario.
Mr. Camping's daughter, Susan Espinoza, said her father was recovering but had not been doing his regular live broadcasts from the threadbare headquarters of Family Radio International, near the Oakland airport.