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Child psychologist sentenced for exploitation of a minor in case from 2011



When news broke in 2011 that an Augusta child psychologist was suspected of sexually abusing patients, accusations began to stack up.

It happened in 2011, and in 2010. Before that it happened in 2008 and even before that, it happened in in 2005. And as a former prosecutor assigned...

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  1. Wow, this is identical to a monster named Bruce back in the day and he also had a office on Central Avenue. He was also a psychologist and treated children. It is like we are reading about him all over again. His crimes against children, preferably boys, went on and on until finally someone was able to make a case. He also had letters from many doctors and lawyers and church people. The only difference between him and this perp is he case was tried in court and found guilty.

  2. It is easy to obtain hundreds of letters, just type letters and pay people 10 dollars to sign or transfer names from internet data. Do hundreds of letters offset justice for the child and prevent abuse of future children. A psychiatrist is held to a higher standard of conduct and should know better.

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