AG's Report Names 35 NH Priests

Union Leader [Manchester NH]
March 4, 2003

The report released yesterday by the Attorney General's Office includes material on 35 New Hampshire priests, 19 from Massachusetts and five members of religious orders.

Priests mentioned in the report and associated with the Diocese of Manchester include: Paul Aube; Wilfred Bombardier; Aimee Boiselle; Albert Boulanger; Albion Bulger; Gerald Chalifour; Richard Connors, whose file does not contain allegations that he sexually assaulted minors, but rather that he possessed pornography a witness said appeared to depict teenage boys; Alfred Constant; Joseph Cote; Robert Densmore; Karl Dowd; Eduard Duval; Mark Fleming; Father Fournier (not otherwise identified); Roger Fortier; A.M. Hilary; Alfred Jannetta; Raymond Laferriere; Conrad LaForest; Francis Lamothe; Leo Landry; Richard Lower; Gordon MacRae; Andy Meehan; Francis Mullen; John Nolin; Donald Osgood; Eugene Pelletier; Philip Petit; John Poirier; Leo Shea; John T. Sullivan; Roland Tancrede; Romeo Valliere, and Roland Vielette.

Members of religious orders identified in the papers include Roger Argencourt; Guy Beaulieu; L. Morel; John Voglio, and Patrick Walsh.

Massachusetts priests included in the documents are Richard Barry; Robert Burgess; Robert Burns; Frederick Cartier; Dennis Conte; Richard Coughlin; Father Dennis (not further identified); Thomas Donnelly; Robert Gale; John Hanlon; Bernard Lane; Jon Martin; Ronald Paquin; George Rosenkrantz; Frederick Ryan; Paul Shanley; Ernest Tourigney; Robert Towner, and Robert (John) Turnbull.


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