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7/6/07

Former Lubbock Pastor May Not Stand Trial

Source: Lubbock Co. Sheriff Source: Lubbock Co. Sheriff

Declining health may keep a former Lubbock pastor from standing trial.

James Clark is accused of forcing an African exchange student to have sex in return for tuition last year. He faces several charges including compelling prostitution, money laundering and fraud.

Clark had been set to stand trial on June 11th. Several health problems, including a stroke, keep pushing back that court date.

So now, the prosecutors and defense have asked that Clark be evaluated to see if he is even competent to stand trial.

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