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WNBA's Maya Moore marries man she helped free from prison

CBS News Wednesday, 16 September 2020
"Over time it was pretty clear what the Lord was doing in our hearts," she said.
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News video: Maya Moore Announces Marriage To Man She Helped Free From Prison For Wrongful Conviction

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Maya Moore just married the man she helped free from prison (0:30).WCCO 4 News at 5 – Sept. 16, 2020

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