Trial postponed for disgraced Canadian bishop
Catholic World News - February 26, 2010
The trial of Bishop Raymond Lahey on child-pornography charges has been postponed until April of next year. The former head of the Antigonish, Nova Scotia, diocese, who is currently free on bail and residing in a residence for retired priests in Ottawa, resigned last September after airport security officials found child pornography on his laptop computer.
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