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December 27, 2002

Albany -- In Southwest Georgia most people were skeptical of the groups claim to have cloned a human baby. Liberty Baptist Church Pastor Charles Rouse said he does not believe the story.

Rouse said "As a scientist I look at it as totally impossible. As a Pastor and a believer in the Bible, I see it as totally erroneous. The book of Genesis, the Bible even declares that Eve is the mother of all living. The lady was sort of connecting herself with U.F.O.'s and all that stuff. So we know that's a misnomer right there."

Rouse said he thinks this group's claims are make believe, but he thinks the issue of cloning is wrong spiritually.

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