This is a  staff list for Teen Challenge of Florida (Locations: Arcadia (closed), Bonifay, Orlando, Sanford, Fort Myers, Pensacola, Tarpon Springs (closed), Davie, Tampa, Lakeland, Jacksonville, Vero Beach, and Oveido (closed).)  

(we are working to acquire the complete records for ALL years)

 

We advise current and/or former staff to report any abuses you may have witnessed while working at Teen Challenge.  For information on your rights and how to take action, visit www.heal-online.org/blowthewhistle.htm.If you were fired or forced to resign because you opposed any illegal and/or unethical practices at Teen Challenge, you have the right to take action.

 

If you were harmed (family or survivor) by Teen Challenge, please contact info@heal-online.org if you remember the long-term employees and from which years.This will help!†  Also, if you recognize any of these staff as having worked at another program, please send in any information about their past or present employment at other facilities and/or cults.

 

Please donít place your loved one in Teen Challenge and rescue them if they are there now. 

 

Name

Unit/Position

Additional Information
Jerry Nance President/CEO Arcadia Location--Mr. Nance was a "crusader" with the founder of Teen Challenge, David Wilkerson.  There is no other information on staff at this location.* This program is closed.
Dave Rutledge Director Bonifay Location--(a.k.a. Gateway Military Schools, Christian Military Schools, Gateway Christian Military Academy) See the lack of qualifications, excuses, and cover-ups admitted by Rutledge regarding the Bonifay location of Teen Challenge, click here.  There is no other information on staff at this location.*  HEAL is in the process of reviewing the enrollment materials for this program.
NO NAMES NO TITLES Orlando Location--There is no information on staff at this location.*
Derek Johnson Staff Sanford Location--Johnson's qualification is that he is a Teen Challenge "graduate" from 1998.
Jose Martinez Staff Sanford Location--Martinez' qualification is that he is a Teen Challenge "graduate" from 2003.
Ruth Farrell Staff Sanford Location--Husband Joseph "graduated" Teen Challenge cult in 1996.
Scott Lipinsky Staff Sanford Location--Lipinsky's qualification is that he is a Teen Challenge "graduate" from 2003.  There is no other information on staff at this location.*
Kevin Cummings Executive Director Fort Myers Location--Southwest Florida Women's Center--Cummings' only qualification is that he is a Teen Challenge "graduate" from 1998.
Karen King Program Manager Fort Myers Location--Southwest Florida Women's Center--Karen's only qualification is that she is a Teen Challenge "graduate".
Diane Libretti Educations Coordinator Fort Myers Location--Southwest Florida Women's Center--Libretti's qualification is that she is a Teen Challenge "graduate" from 2005.
Allan & Gwen Vann-Horn Executive Directors (married) Pensacola Location--ALL PROGRAMS--Allan Vann Horn is a Teen Challenge "graduate".

The following is a statement from Mrs. M who is trying to rescue her husband as of July 29th, 2009:

Thank God I'm not crazy!!!! I knew this was a cult! Please feel free to contact me to help put these evildoers out of business, They are just a bunch of ex-addicts/sexually abused reforms, that are more messed up in their minds they our loved ones that they are allegedly helping. Using God's name to made tax free dollars! They makes millions of dollars of tax free money by flying under the radar. They claim non-profit/non denominational. This means no taxes and no one governs them. They are sick twisted people and sadistic as well. I am trying desparately to get my husband out of there with no success. He was original Court Ordered but should have graduated 7-12-09. Now he is not scheduled to graduate until sometime in October 2009. This is in an attempt to keep him from his wife and children. For some reason they will not allow him to return home to his wife and little girl. Both of us are chronically ill. Myself I have come out of remission and have active cancer again. My prognosis is grim, and I am taking care of our 9 yr. old little girl who is in end stage renal failure and needs a kidney transplant and is on dialysis 11 hours a day at home. This is just the tip of the iceberg. And I have been doing this all alone. I have been tormented, neglected and thrown out to the wolfs by these people. I have done nothing but be kind and respectful up until now. I want my husband back and my little girl wants her daddy. They are forcing him to divorce me and I know this from my husbands mouth when he snuck to call me.  The Pastors wife who counsels the married men, kepts telling me that my husband found God and wants to dedicate his life to God and doesn't want to be married to me anymore. Up until two months ago, my husband said it was his counselor and his sisters wanting this, not him and reminded me of how much he loved me. Now, I don't even hear from him anymore. I am so afraid that I've lost him and will never have the chance to have him hold me one last time, or be with his baby girl. I will help you in anyway I can, and I would appreciate any and all help from you.

Kendrick Haynes Program Manager Pensacola Location--Men's Program 
Johnathan Taylor Counselor Pensacola Location--Men's Program
Ronnie & Pam Horner Security (married) Pensacola Location--Men's Program
Deric Cain Videographer/IT Pensacola Location--Men's Program
Chris Brown Emerging Leader's Intern Pensacola Location--Men's Program--Chris's qualification is that he is a Teen Challenge "graduate".
Geno Hayes Counselor Pensacola Location--Men's Program--Geno's qualification is that he is a Teen Challenge "graduate".
Hope Hayes Counselor (Geno's wife) Pensacola Location--Women's Program
Sarah Piazza Intake Coordinator Pensacola Location--Women's Program
Steve & Tammy Anderson Counselor (married) Pensacola Location--Women's Program
Scott & Andrea Lipinsky Scott-Business Mgr.  Andrea-Program Mgr. (married)--Same Scott that is also staff at Sanford location above. Pensacola Location--Women's Program
Bernie & Carol Foschini Bernie-Ed. Supervisor  Carol-Counselor Pensacola Location--ALL PROGRAMS
Dan & Sheila Poer Dan-Intake Coordinator  Sheila-Exec. Admin. Asst Pensacola Location--ALL PROGRAMS
Carla McDonald Program Assistant Pensacola Location--Women's Program
NO NAMES NO TITLES Tarpon Springs Location--Website under construction.  There is no staff information available for this location.*  This program is closed.
Rick and Donna Fernandez Directors (married) Davie Location--South Florida Teen Challenge--Rick and Donna are both "graduates" of Teen Challenge cult training. 
Barbara Cooper Intake Coordinator Davie Location--South Florida Teen Challenge--
Christin Gonzalez Teacher Davie Location--South Florida Teen Challenge--Gonzalez' only qualification is that she is a Teen Challenge "graduate".
Nicole Kehrt Counselor/Teacher Davie Location--South Florida Teen Challenge--Kehrt's only qualification is that she is a Teen Challenge "graduate".
Leticia Rosete Support Staff Davie Location--South Florida Teen Challenge--Rosete's only qualification is that she is a Teen Challenge "graduate".
Alyson Chambliss Volunteer Teacher Davie Location--South Florida Teen Challenge--
Patrice Risi Choir Director Davie Location--South Florida Teen Challenge--Risi also works for "Grace Christian Academy".
Stephanie Risi Asst. Choir Director Davie Location--South Florida Teen Challenge--Risi also works for "Grace Christian Academy".
Gregory Del Valle Executive Director Lakeland Location--Lakeland Girls Home--(a.k.a. Lakeland Grace Academy)
Donna Grasso Teacher Lakeland Location--Lakeland Girls Home--(a.k.a. Lakeland Grace Academy)
Alexis Brokas Teacher Lakeland Location--Lakeland Girls Home--(a.k.a. Lakeland Grace Academy)
Chassity Franey Dean of Students Lakeland Location--Lakeland Girls Home--(a.k.a. Lakeland Grace Academy)
Barbara Taylor Counselor Lakeland Location--Lakeland Girls Home--(a.k.a. Lakeland Grace Academy)
Kim Allen Counselor Lakeland Location--Lakeland Girls Home--(a.k.a. Lakeland Grace Academy)
Leesha Whitfield Admin. Asst. Lakeland Location--Lakeland Girls Home--(a.k.a. Lakeland Grace Academy)
Megan Brooks Direct Care Staff Lakeland Location--Lakeland Girls Home--(a.k.a. Lakeland Grace Academy) Brooks qualification is that she is a Teen Challenge "graduate" from 2008.
Jennifer Baisden No title Lakeland Location--Lakeland Girls Home--(a.k.a. Lakeland Grace Academy)
Victoria Allred No title Lakeland Location--Lakeland Girls Home--(a.k.a. Lakeland Grace Academy)
Tammy Cowey No title Lakeland Location--Lakeland Girls Home--(a.k.a. Lakeland Grace Academy)
Cheri Herrera Case Manager/Counselor Lakeland Location--Lakeland Girls Home--(a.k.a. Lakeland Grace Academy)
Heather Echert Direct Care Staff Lakeland Location--Lakeland Girls Home--(a.k.a. Lakeland Grace Academy)  Echert has no college education and no professional background in helping drug addicts or the mentally ill.
NO NAMES NO TITLES Jacksonville Location--There is no staff information available for this location.*
Maynard Sweigard Exec. Director Vero Beach Location--Vero Beach Boy's Ranch--Sweigard is a Teen Challenge "graduate" from 1974.  HEAL is in the process of reviewing the enrollment materials for this program.
Nathan Sweigard Program Director Son of Maynard.
Aaron Sweigard Staff Vero Beach Location--Vero Beach Boy's Ranch--
April Edmiston Staff Vero Beach Location--Vero Beach Boy's Ranch--
Robert C. Morrison Staff Vero Beach Location--Vero Beach Boy's Ranch--(formerly at Bonifay location)
Mike Glesson Staff Vero Beach Location--Vero Beach Boy's Ranch--
Mike Aaron Staff Vero Beach Location--Vero Beach Boy's Ranch--
Wayne (last?) Staff Vero Beach Location--Vero Beach Boy's Ranch--
Jackie Robinson Staff Vero Beach Location--Vero Beach Boy's Ranch--There is no other staff information available for this location.*
NO NAMES NO TITLES Oveido Location--There is no staff information available for this location.*  This program is closed.
*Teen Challenge, like many other programs in this industry, keeps a "tight lid" on any specific information regarding their staff, qualifications, and practices.  Please contact us with the names of any staff of which you have firsthand knowledge or experience.  Thank you for your help.
Teen Challenge Information--See www.heal-online.org/StraightandTeenChallenge.htm
HEAL Review-- Teen Challenge Ranch in Morrow, AR Contract & Enrollment Materials  HEAL is in the process of reviewing the available enrollment materials for the above program(s).  In the meantime, we invite you to read the review of the Teen Challenge Ranch of Morrow, AR contract linked in this segment as the contracts are likely very similar and the program ought to be avoided.
Holmes County Sheriff's Report 1 on Bonifay Location
Holmes County Sheriff's Report 2 on Bonifay Location
Holmes County Sheriff's Report 3 on Bonifay Location
Holmes County Sheriff's Report 4 on Bonifay Location
Holmes County Sheriff's Reports Spanning Years (Out of Order) on Bonifay Location

E-mails between HEAL and Dave Rutledge of Bonifay Location (first message at the end, scroll down and read up):

 

Dear Mr. Rutledge,
 
Thank you for contacting HEAL.  Due to the fact that the families and survivors of Teen Challenge with whom we are in contact are pursuing legal action against you, we cannot divulge more information about those cases at this time.  And, we honor our word to protect the confidentiality of those who contact us.  We do require sworn statements before we make any statements online about verified abuses. 
 
If you are unfamiliar with financial planning or business operations, that is not our problem.  We are certainly not going to advise you on how to raise money to continue your work in harming children and families.  If you do not have the funding or training to do a job properly, especially when it comes to taking care of children in need, then you really ought not to be in that line of work. 
 
All of the HEAL coordinators are survivors of abusive treatment facilities.  So, I suppose you could say we have all lived with other inmates/students/captives.  And, two of our coordinators "earned" their way up to "staff" within two separate programs.  While I am not one of them, we do have the experience of which you are asking collectively.  And, we can honestly report that based on our knowledge and experience you are harming children whether you choose to believe it or not. 
 
HEAL's phone number is listed on the HEAL website on every page.  We can be reached at (206)244-1894.  Also, we would need a sworn statement not only from parents but from the children/adult survivors/graduates of your program as well.  And, we would need to be given contact information for each family and "graduate"/former "student" of your program to insure that we would get the necessary cross-sampling to give an accurate portrayal of your program.  In the meantime, based on our own research, knowledge, and experience, we will keep with our current position regarding your program.
 
I do not believe you have an understanding of the word "empty" or "rhetoric" based on your last sentence.  HEAL has responded professionally and reasonably to each of your inquiries although we have no obligation to do so and certainly have more important matters on which to spend our time. 
 
It is unlikely that we will continue in this fruitless dialogue.  Should you turn over your complete records of families/former students, parent handbook, student handbook, complete contract with waivers, and a signed statement from your program's director stating that all information is complete and accurate along with a detailed description of your program and what privileges/punishments are assigned and for what behaviors at what levels of your program, we will not be able to assist you.  Please see our site at http://www.heal-online.org/helpteen.htm for more information on how you can take steps to have your program removed from our list of suspect/abusive programs.
 
Sincerely,
 
Angela S.
HEAL Coordinator
----- Original Message -----
To: 'HEAL'
Sent: Monday, June 02, 2008 2:48 AM
Subject: RE: What are you doing next weekend for hurting kids? 2

 

Your right general accusations without fact are a waste of conversation.  Now how would you raise the money to hire these professionals? 

Have you ever lived with students?  Am I angrily responding to general accusations of abuse that you posted about us on the Internet.  If phone calls are your proof then give me a phone number and let me have other parents challenge your conclusions. 

 

You have never been here, you do know me.  You know by now I am passionate about what I do, the same as you.  However I will carry out that passion tomorrow by counseling and loving kids.  You are warning people of supposed abuses and putting everyone in Teen Challenge in the same boat.  Question my grammar but not our heart nor the 38 people who work here with me long hours to help families. 

 

Ritualistic abuse may have happened in your childhood but not here.   The next stop in the system for my kids is jail.  That is a failing system.

 

Come see us and stop the empty rhetoric.  My wifeís grammar is much better. 

 

 

 

Pastor Dave Rutledge

West Florida Teen Challenge Boys Ranch

1213 Hope Lane

Bonifay, Florida 32425

Office-850-547-9011

Fax-850-547-2566

West Florida Teen Challenge is a non-profit faith-based program for boys 11-17 years old, located on a ranch northwest Florida.   We are celebrating ten years of service to boys with behavior problems and their families.     

 


From: HEAL [mailto:heal@heal-online.org]
Sent: Sunday, June 01, 2008 6:30 PM
To: Dave Rutledge
Subject: Re: What are you doing next weekend for hurting kids? Apparently you are taking them on a rural retreat for ritualistic abuse.

 

Dear Mr. Rutledge,

 

Thank you for contacting HEAL.  We've addressed your questions and concerns in your first paragraph with our initial response.  We feel it would be redundant to go over what we are doing and have done to help families and why we would not run a residential treatment program. 

 

Because it may not have been clear before, we have reports from surviving family members regarding deaths a Teen Challenge in Florida, reports from parents of denial of contact with their children and illegal violations on your part of their parental rights, and reports of other abuses.  It sounds like you are unable to take responsibility for your actions and are very defensive.  That must mean our campaign is working.  Thank you for the encouragement.

 

Your own grammar is very poor.  I am sorry that children are being "taught" anything by someone with such poor language skills.  However, it is a miracle that the children you mentioned in your previous e-mail managed to earn their diplomas and GED's under such poor instruction.  Is Jesus a curse word for you?  We consider his story a blessing and inspiration at HEAL.  It is likely Jesus would consider you a heretic, false prophet, and certainly a bearer of false witness.  So, we need not continue this discourse.

 

At least you are willing to admit that you have staff ill-equipped and poorly trained for dealing with addicts and children with emotional/behavioral issues.  This is why HEAL feel's it imperative that all people with such problems, including children and teens, get appropriate help from trained professionals.  If you do not make a practice of hiring trained professionals and the people you do hire have a tendency to "snap", and this "snapping" is something you make excuses for, that is evidence enough that your program is certainly no place for real help.  But, we have plenty of evidence of that.

 

You have directly provided us with your own correspondence with evidence of slavery, abuse, ill-trained/unqualified staff, and the fact that you are unlicensed in your state.  I would suggest contacting an attorney before corresponding with us further as your statements thus far can and will be used in the legal actions families are pursuing against your organization at this time. 

 

Sincerely,

 

Angela S.

HEAL Coordinator

----- Original Message -----

To: 'HEAL'

Sent: Sunday, June 01, 2008 3:16 PM

Subject: What are you doing next weekend for hurting kids?

 

Dear Heal

 

How many kids have you lived in residence with and tried your methods?   Pretend youíre a parent and call around to some of the licensed treatment places.  You'll find they are only for the rich.  Pretend youíre a parent and call DCF.  Pretend youíre a parent and call the sheriff and tell them your son has runaway.  There is little help for parents with kids who out of control.

 

A report of abuse can be made by any student about anything that is not going their way.  Drugs always affects the emotional intelligence of any teen and causes them unbelievable stress and immaturity leaving them almost handicapped when someone gives them a simple NO.  Would you like to hear from the other 600 families of students who have been involved with us over the last 12 years?  I can send you dozens of examples of students that have come to us in trouble because of all the psychosomatic meds that they have been given over the years that may improve 10-15% of the student's behaviors.  Many say it is the parents fault.  There is some truth to that but my calling to serve kids can't use that as a cop out. 

 

The Pharisees were a religious people with lots of methods and little compassion for the hurts of people.   Any program can start out with good intentions and become calloused.  Where are the caring professionals?   They are mostly at the psycho wards waiting for the 1k a day insurance money.  Why don't you visit a Teen challenge center and see really goes on?  We take people off the streets.  I take illiterate street kids, whose moms are coke freaks and teach them to read and write.  Yes I do tell them about the greatest human of all J_ _ _ _ _.   

 

What do you think happens when a manipulative addicted son and an enabling/co-dependent mother turns on you after you have reached out to them?  Accusations of Abuse.  Yes, I have had to terminate staff because they snapped under the pressure.  If you havenít had a kid swing on you, spit on you, or cuss you then you donít the anger that your capable of. 

 

Next weekend our staff will be leading small groups with 150 parents taking them through a book called Boundaries by John Cloud and Henry Townsend.  We will spend Friday night, Saturday and Sunday with them.  We do this every first weekend of the month.  What are you doing next weekend?  Why don't you come and watch?

 

Pardon my attitude, but accusations without evidence is wrong in America.  If you want to warn people then be more informed. 

 

Dave Rutledge

 

West Florida Teen Challenge Boys Ranch

 

1213 Hope Lane

 

Bonifay, Florida 32425

 

Office-850-547-9011

 

Fax-850-547-2566

 

West Florida Teen Challenge is a non-profit faith-based program for boys 11-17 years old, located on a ranch northwest Florida.   We are celebrating ten years of service to boys with behavior problems and their families.     

 

 

 

-----Original Message-----
From: HEAL [mailto:heal@heal-online.org]
Sent: Friday, May 30, 2008 7:44 PM
To: Dave Rutledge
Subject: Re: (un)WARRANTED Accusations--REALITY CHECK.

 

Dear Mr. Rutledge,

 

Thank you for contacting HEAL.  We have dozens of families who have reported abuse, torture, and wrongful death at Teen Challenge facilities.  At your facility, we have reports of abuse, civil and human rights violations, and blatant violations of family and consumer laws. 

 

We offer a number of suggestions to parents regarding safe and proven methods of dealing with family problems.  If you had taken a few moments to review our website you would have seen the parenting guide <http://www.heal-online.org/parent.htm>  and suggested alternatives <http://www.heal-online.org/childtortureusa.htm>  to tortious and criminal (both illegal) actions such as placement in involuntary, unregulated, and unlicensed "treatment" facilities. 

 

HEAL is made up of legal, medical, and mental health professionals as well as families and survivors of abusive and fraudulent treatment facilities such as yours.  We understand that keeping children with their families, strengthening family communication and bonds, and working within the child's community is the most effective treatment and that programs such as yours do more harm than good.  This is a scientifically proven statement of fact according to the National Institute of Health.  HEAL would never participate in a practice that is unproven scientifically and/or that causes harm to children and families, therefore, HEAL would NEVER open a residential treatment facility.

 

If you are unclear on what HEAL is doing, please review our website at www.heal-online.org and check out our campaigns.  We have rescued a number of children from torture facilities such as yours.  We have worked to prevent children from being sent to torture facilities such as yours.  And, we are currently working on legislation <http://www.yesoni-999.com>  in Washington State to protect children and families from abusive and fraudulent facilities such as yours. 

 

We are also supporting the Congressional Education and Labor Committee and Government Accountability Office in their efforts to investigate, expose, and regulate abusive and fraudulent facilities such as yours.  We hope that HR 5876, the "Stop Child Abuse in Residential Programs for Teens Act of 2008" passes and has the necessary bite and funding to protect children and families from abusive and fraudulent institutions such as yours.

 

We hope this has clarified things for you.  Should you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us again.

 

Sincerely,

 

Angela S.

HEAL Coordinator

 

          ----- Original Message -----

          From: Dave Rutledge <mailto:dave.rutledge@teenchallenge.cc> 

          To: heal@heal-online.org

          Sent: Friday, May 30, 2008 10:16 AM

          Subject: Unwarranted Accusations....................

 

           

 

          Whatís the basis of you all calling our organization a torture facility?  Do you offer any hope to parents who donít what else to do with a rebellious teen?  Why donít you open a residential facility and help teens instead sitting in the bleachers pointing out the faults of those of us who do?  I love my boys at Teen Challenge.  We gave out 8 high school diplomas and 6 GEDs in the last five months.  We saw 5 kids join the military and 4 others join humanitarian service organizations.  We have built 37 homes for the poor in Guatemala in the last 9 trips (4 years). 

 

          What are you doing? 

 

           

 

          Pastor Dave Rutledge

 

          West Florida Teen Challenge Boys Ranch

 

          1213 Hope Lane

 

          Bonifay, Florida 32425

 

          Office-850-547-9011

 

          Fax-850-547-2566

 

          West Florida Teen Challenge is a non-profit faith-based program for boys 11-17 years old, located on a ranch northwest Florida.   We are celebrating ten years of service to boys with behavior problems and their families.

West Florida Teen Challenge/Teen Challenge Boys Ranch in Bonifay is not accredited nor licensed.  The program uses a home-school service through Gateway Academy in Holmes County, FL.  One of HEAL's volunteers who prefers to remain anonymous received the following e-mail in regards to questions and concerns raised about Gateway Academy/Teen Challenge Boys Ranch in Bonifay:
To: 
Sent: Thursday, October 06, 2011 12:04 PM

 

Dear [Name Removed]:

Thank you for your recent e-mail to ďWeíre ListeningĒ regarding Gateway Academy, in Holmes County, Florida. Our office has been asked to respond.

Private (non-public) schools in Florida are not regulated, controlled, approved, or accredited by the Florida Department of Education. Section 1002.42, Florida Statutes, does require private schools to complete an annual survey each year and submit it to the department. The department is then responsible for organizing, maintaining, and annually updating a database of the information contained in the annual survey. A directory of private schools is available on the School Choice website at   http://www.floridaschoolchoice.org/Information/PrivateSchoolDirectory/.

Our records indicate that Gateway Academy, in Holmes County, Florida, has submitted an annual survey. However, it must be stressed that submitting annual survey data and being listed in the directory of private schools that is developed from the statutorily required database should not be used by any private school to imply approval or accreditation by the state.

Additionally, the Florida Department of Education does not officially recognize any of the various agencies that accredit private schools. Requests for information about the accreditation of a specific school should be directed to the school staff or its designated accrediting agency. Please note that there are many organizations with widely variant quality standards and program requirements that accredit private schools.

Ultimately, the acceptance of diplomas from private schools will be subject to the requirements of the receiving institution or employer. An organization that offers a diploma program with little or no required academic study may be considered a diploma mill. You may wish to check with the Better Business Bureau (http://www.bbb.org), or the Florida Attorney Generalís Office (http://myfloridalegal.com/) to review any claims related to the acceptability of private school diplomas.

We hope this information is helpful. If you have additional questions, please contact the School Choice information hotline at (800) 447-1636.

Sincerely,

Laura Harrison

Director of Scholarship Programs and Home Education

Office of Independent Education and Parental Choice

[End of E-mail Message]

As you will see by the above e-mail, Teen Challenge in Bonifay is not accredited, licensed, nor regulated by Florida State government agencies, officials, nor departments.  This is an excellent reason not to place any child in Teen Challenge.

Teen Challenge Vero Beach Boys' Ranch Police Reports from 2005-December, 2011.  The most recent are first and the older reports follow in this report.  Reports include poisoning, battery, abuse during "exorcisms", and other incidents.  Click above hyperlink or click here for more information.
Article: In God's Name: Abuse at Religious Group Homes in Florida (Tampa Bay Times, October 27th, 2012)
 
 

  

Last Updated: April 13th, 2016

 

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