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Pine wants to know if he is the man who kidnapped her twin sister and fractured her own skull 30 years earlier. He refuses to help. Frustrated, Pine leaves and immediately responds to an Amber Alert. She corners the pedophile who has seized a ten-year-old girl, and the scene descends into absurdity. Once Pine has subdued the man, she continues to beat him, fracturing his skull, breaking his nose, and landing in trouble with her superiors. Instead of suspending Pine or putting her on report, her supervisor tells her to go back and re-examine the disappearance of her twin 30 years before to subdue the demons that still haunt her. Pine returns to Andersonville, Georgia, the home of the infamous Civil War prison, and the site of her own early tragedy. She brings her assistant, Carol Blum, who acts as a sounding board for inane observations, sort of a maternal Tonto. Pine gets hints that her parents, who were apparently stoned when her sister was taken, may have been in witness protection after working with the Feds on a sting operation aimed at the New York mob. Then a serial killer moves into Andersonville and kills a man, a woman, and a child in garishly staged crime scenes.
Episode of the A Minute to Midnite Show. A shocking but important message that should challenge everyone, from John Phillips, and also Holly and Tony. What is happening in Sweden, New Zealand, America and the world at large, with Covid and the push for World Government and resetting life as we know it? Also, how to be encouraged in the Lord in these tough times.
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