The Associated Press reports that Joseph Druce, the man accused of strangling former priest John Geoghan killed a gay man in 1988. While awaiting trail for that crime, a psychiatrist examined him and wrote that Druce was "Angry, frustrated, blaming, remorseless, intense determined man, believes in Satan, unafraid, laughing as he declares his intent to kill himself." In the murder, prosecutors said that Druce, then 22, and a friend - who later testified for the prosecution - were picked up hitchhiking by George Rollo, 51. Rollo allegedly made an advance on Druce, who began to beat the victim, then tied his . . .
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