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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Suspect in Lebanon sex-abuse case denied bond

Federal prosecutors recently charged five Missouri men in connection with the sexual abuse and torture of a young woman in Lebanon, Mo. On Monday, one of the defendants -- Dennis Henry of Wheatland, Mo. -- asked a judge to let him out on bond. The request was denied. Henry has worked as the postmaster in Nevada, Mo., and according to his attorney, "believed that the woman did not object to their relationship."

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