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Teen's threat preceded his death, unsealed statement says

By Kevin Cullen
Globe Staff / August 5, 2004

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SPRINGFIELD -- Four or five years before he was killed, Daniel Croteau, a 13-year-old altar boy whose bludgeoned body was found floating in the Chicopee River in 1972, threatened a former priest who is the prime suspect in his murder by yelling, ''I'll tell, I'll tell," according to a witness account unsealed yesterday. (Full Article: 826 Words)

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