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By Fr. Wilson (articles ) | Feb 12, 2004

Here is Newsday's report on Bishop Murphy.

It has been pointed out that he had defended himself months ago in the furor over the Boston case by asserting that another priest named Murphy had been assigned to deal with sexual abuse allegations. If this Newsday report is correct, Laura Ahearn, executive director of Parents for Megan's Law, who is raising this matter publicly again, is well aware of this assertion and has researched the original documents in Boston to clarify the role Bishop Murphy actually played. Undoubtedly more to follow.

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