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Alleged child sex abuser will take case to trial

Oct 3, 2012 | 4 Comments


By Paul Daquilante
Of the News-Register


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Comments

08:27 pm - Wed, October 3 2012
1heartbrokemom said:
I can't believe that the victims have to wait and live in limbo while this creep is out and enjoying life, possibly abusing more kids!! I really don't understand how his wife can stick by him during all this with all the evidence. Sick creepy beast is what he is!
04:54 pm - Thu, October 4 2012
Troy'ith said:
In the past we have seen several cases go to trial without the Defendant present, some for health reasons and others because they skipped out and left the country. I think if I was in the Judges position, I would set the date and let it begin rather the defendant shows or not...

Troy Prouty*
08:07 am - Tue, October 9 2012
Zak said:
Is it that difficult to order an independent medical exam and just find out if he really is that disabled that he can't show up in court? I mean, they put real victims through those exams (like for personal injuries, worker;s comp, etc.) why not a probable criminal?

If he's working the system, this is just another slap in the face for the victims, a way of continuing the abuse.
01:24 pm - Wed, October 10 2012
Roxy said:
“There are continuing medical issues,”

what does that mean? A hang-nail? A cold? acid reflux?

I think an independent exam would be appropriate. Bring justice to these victims already.

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