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Priest's term on Vineyard is questioned

February 16, 2006

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The Bristol district attorney, Paul F. Walsh Jr., said yesterday that it is inappropriate that a priest serving time on Martha's Vineyard after being convicted for downloading child pornography is taking a computer course in ''the country club of the houses of correction," and has not been enrolled in a sex-offender treatment program. (Full article: 204 words)

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