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March 23, 2010 12:00 AM

Priest's abuse victims didn't want to be ID'd

FRANKFORT — Franklin County Commonwealth's Attorney Larry Cleveland said Monday that he elected to accept a former Lexington pastor's plea on reduced charges in a sex-abuse case mainly because of the trauma for the victims if they had been required to testify at a trial.

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