“Breakdowns” In Ma. Prisons Led To Geoghan Death

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Massachusetts prison officials allowed John J. Geoghan to be targeted for abuse and unfounded disciplinary reports before transferring the defrocked priest without basis to the maximum-security prison where he was killed, a state investigation has found, the Boston Globe reports. A 125-page report issued yesterday blames “major administrative breakdowns” for the events that led officials
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