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One night at church, I had just talked with the pastor and this same friend had just walked by. She acted suspicious and got on the phone like she was talking about me and I watched her walk over to another area of the church. Curiosity got the best of me. When I turned around, my pastor looked at me, backed up and looked at the camera overhead and looked back at me. I was curious but definitely not stalking her. I was totally crushed. My pastor out of all people, I couldnt believe he had just done that. I guess if she had already talked to him, then it probably looked all the more like I was. They are treating me like a criminal. Is there anything I can do to stop this. Was there anything wrong with curiosly watching her like that? Obviously, I value my job and my life. I've tried to stay away from these people as much as possible.
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