Tuesday, June 10, 2003

Priest guilty of new abuse charges



The Associated Press

LA GRANGE, Ky. - A retired Roman Catholic priest who admitted molesting 21 children for decades pleaded guilty Monday to more abuse charges.

The Rev. Louis Miller, 72, was at the forefront of the Louisville archdiocese's sex-abuse scandal. He entered guilty pleas in Oldham County Circuit Court to all 14 felony counts of indecent and immoral practices.

He said he didn't remember some of the incidents but would not challenge them.

The incidents occurred 1972-1975. The victims belonged to St. Aloysius parish in Pewee Valley, where Miller was an associate pastor.




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