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Psychologist uncertain about abusers

Ex-priest's defense cites flaws in field

By John Ellement
Globe Staff / April 14, 2004

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TAUNTON -- A psychologist suggested yesterday that there is no valid way for mental health specialists to predict whether former Catholic priest James R. Porter will commit new sex crimes if he is released from the state prison where he has been since admitting to molesting dozens of children in the Fall River Diocese. (Full Article: 322 Words)

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