A Roman Catholic church official who won an appeal of his landmark conviction in the priest-abuse scandal left state prison on Thursday after 18 months behind bars.
“Monsignor William Lynn left the prison in Waymart in northeastern Pennsylvania, prison spokeswoman Terri Fazio said, and was being taking by the Philadelphia Sheriff’s Office to a city jail, where he would be fitted with an electronic monitoring device.
“After that, he’ll be released, probably to the custody of a family member, one of his lawyers said.”
By Associated Press in the Philadelphia Inquirer — Click here to read the rest of the article. See also — “DA Blasts Archdiocese for Helping Lynn Make Bail,” “Monsignor Lynn Case Could Affect Penn State Trial.”