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Pastor With HIV Found Guilty For Not Telling Partners

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Tuesday morning, a Clayton County jury found an HIV positive man guilty of reckless conduct.

Craig Davis, 43, was found guilty of not telling sexual partners of his HIV status. He showed no emotion as the jury read the verdict.

Davis was taken into custody and will be sentenced on Feb. 21. Davis is facing 20 years of prison.

During the case, prosecutors painted him as a selfish, calculating liar.

“The defendant, Craig Davis, carries a deadly weapon with him everyday,” said prosecutor Kathryn Powers.

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