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Victims oppose release of Porter

Testimony is heard in state bid to keep ex-priest locked up

By John Ellement
Globe Staff / April 6, 2004

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When he was 11 years old and Rev. James R. Porter was his parish priest in Minnesota, a man who now sells annuities for a Catholic organization was one of Porter's favorites, the man testified yesterday.Being singled out by Porter meant unrelenting sexual assaults, the 45-year-old man said in Bristol Superior Court, where prosecutors are seeking to have ... (Full Article: 770 Words)

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