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Civil trial alleging St. Louis archbishop knew priest was dangerous to begin in Lincoln County

By Joel Currier, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, March 27, 2017

TROY, MO. • Jury selection is set for Monday in a civil trial in which a Lincoln County teenager and her family have accused St. Louis Archbishop Robert Carlson of knowing a priest was a danger to children before the cleric was charged with molesting the teen in 2012.

Jurors will be selected Monday from a pool of about 110 Lincoln County residents, with opening statements set to follow in the trial presided over by St. Louis Circuit Judge Steven Ohmer.

 
 

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