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'Black Jesus' among PNG prison escapees

A manhunt was under way Sunday after 49 prisoners, including an infamous cult leader known as "Black Jesus" who is suspected of cannibalism, broke out of a jail in Papua New Guinea. The escape happened from a prison in Madang on the poverty-stricken Pacific nation's east, with convicted rapist Stephen Tari among those that got away, Australian media reported. Tari, a failed Lutheran pastor who was widely known as Black Jesus, was found guilty in 2010 of raping girls who belonged to his Christian-based sect and sentenced to up to 10 years.
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