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Sentence in Philly Clergy Sexual Abuse Case Stuns Courtroom

In a sentence that stunned the packed courtroom, a Philadelphia judge today sentenced a Catholic priest to 6 to 12 years in prison, and a former parochial teacher 8 to 16 years, for the serial sexual assault of a 10-year-old altar boy in the late 1990s.” By Philadelphia Inquirer staff writer Joseph Slobodzian

Read Slobodzian’s entire report, “Priest, Teacher Get Stiff Terms in Sex Abuse Case,” by clicking here.

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Guilty Verdicts Returned in Philadelphia Abuse Trial

Catholic Priest, Teacher Guilty of Abusing Altar Boy

A Philadelphia jury returned guilty verdicts (Jan. 30) on child-sex charges against a Roman Catholic priest and former Catholic school teacher. The verdict supports accounts by a 24-year-old policeman’s son that he was sexually abused by the Rev. Charles Engelhardt between 1998 to 1999 and sixth-grade teacher Bernard Shero in 2000.” By Maryclaire Dale, Associated Press on NBCPhiladelphia.com

Prosecutors: Priest Trial Verdict a Victory

In a case that has already put a former official of the Catholic Archdiocese of Philadelphia in prison for covering up child sexual abuse, a city jury Wednesday (Jan. 30) returned guilty verdicts against a priest and former parochial schoolteacher for the sexual assault of a 10-year-old Northeast altar boy.” By Joseph A. Slobodzian, Philadelphia Inquirer

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Trial of Altar Boy Abusers Begins in Philadelphia

Trial Begins for Priest & Teacher Accused of Abusing Altar Boy

A Roman Catholic priest and a schoolteacher sexually abused a 10-year-old altar boy at different times more than a decade ago, assaulting him in a church sacristy in Northeast Philadelphia and in the back of a car, a prosecutor alleged on Monday (Jan. 13, 2013).” By Jon Hurdle

Lawyer Attacks Accuser in Philly Priest Sex Abuse Trial

Priests have been marked with a “bull’s eye” by manipulative accusers who plan to sue the church, a defense lawyer said as Philadelphia’s latest priest-abuse trial opened Monday (Jan. 13, 2013).” By Maryclaire Dale, Associated Press, in Daily Times

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