perhaps john sutton could tell them. because, the survivor of the slaughter, it was clear, was going to live. and when he came out of his coma, what story would he tell? what did he see? coming up -- with his victim defenseless in the hospital, would the killer try again? john sutton's son seemed to think so. >> i do recall him as very adamant that my dad be placed under john doe so that who ever did this could not finish off what they had started. >> reporter: well was the killer already closer than anyone could have dreamed? when "dateline" continues. >> reporter: susan sutton was dead, shot five times by a killer who invaded her birthday party. her husband, john, an attorney had been shot in the head twice in critical condition at a miami hospital undergoing surgery to save his life. soon after the shooting detectives had a potential suspect. john sutton's good friend and law partner. >> he had a partner who was on the scene when homicide detectives got there. >> eddie montodo told police he had been on the phone. hea
belue adopted a little boy just like john sutton did all those years ago and john sutton pursues his dream to see again. are you prepared or has it sunk in that you're going to be blind for the rest of your life? >> well, that's not my plan. i may not be that smart, but boy i'm motivated. >> the enthusiasm coming out of you is kind of inspirational. >> i'm ready to roll. i got plans for this eyesight. ♪ ♪ >>> i'm craig melvin. >> i'm natalie morales. >> and this is "dateline." >>> i am freaking out. i walk in and my sister's not there. her door is open, her lights are on, her bed's undone. everything was horrible. and i felt it. >> she had been fearless on the front lines in iraq. >> pretty amazing. i saw her as like a really strong soldier. >> but something had her terrified at home. >> i'm scared. i don't feel safe. >> a desperate call to police.
grimse, john washington, charles bryant, sutton davis, and the reverend r.h. hopper. the visionary men who founded the convention on october 18, 1867. since its founding, mr. speaker, great men and great women have maintained the convention's strength and viability. the general baptist state convention is the oldest convention of african-american baptists in the united states of america. the general baptist state convention consists of more than 500,000 baptist believers belonging to more than 1,400 churches, including my home church, the jackson chapel first missionary baptist church of wilson. the convention is subdivided into 58 association, each presided over by a moderator. over the last 150 years, the convention has been led by well-trained and spirit-led fee thee yo low januarys. the current president and executive board chair is my friend, dr. niles m. avery ii of salisbury, north carolina. he's the 32nd president of the convention. mr. speaker, at the conclusion of my remarks i'm going to ask unanimous consent that a list of the current association's -- assoc
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