Our fight for imprisoned Pastor John Cao is ramping up.
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The following episode is part 2 of episode 511: As the court unjustifiably postpones Pastor Cao’s appeal hearing for a fifth time, he is suffering. Last week, one of Pastor Cao’s Chinese attorneys was able to visit him in the Menglian Detention Center. During a heartfelt plea and many tears, as he was meeting with his attorney, he asked him to tell his wife that he misses her and their boys so much. That he is very grateful for all that they are doing along with the ACLJ.
He hopes to be reunited with his family in the United States as soon as possible and be able to attend his son Ben’s wedding. He further stated that as a U.S. Permanent Resident, he was asking the U.S. Government and President Trump to please help him.
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