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MONTPELLIER, May 3 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Dwight Walker, a homosexual-activist pastor whose car was torched April 7 in the middle of debate around the Vermont bill to give homosexual couples the same rights as married couples has admitted that he set the fire himself. “I set the fire because I wanted people to see me as a victim,” Walker told police. The Boston Globe reports that Walker, 36, now faces charges of third-degree arson, false reports to law enforcement officers and burning to defraud an insurer.

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