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This undated identification photo released via the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Sex Offender Registry Board website shows Paul Shanley, released Friday, July 28, 2017, from the Old Colony Correctional Center in Bridgewater, Mass.Shanley, now 86, was a figure in the Boston Roman Catholic priest sex abuse scandal.
Both psychologists found Shanley meets the psychiatric criteria for pedophilic disorder.The state's sex offender registry designates Shanley as a Level 3 offender, considered the most likely to reoffend.But the two psychologists cited Shanley's advanced age and his health issues and concluded his likelihood to reoffend is low.The state’s public safety chief is denying he ordered embarrassing comments scrubbed from a police report detailing the arrest of a Worcester County judge’s daughter on drug and drunken driving charges.Executive Office of Public Safety and Security Secretary Daniel Bennett “never asked, nor was he...A lawyer who represented Shanley in his criminal appeal said he's confident Shanley will not harm anyone. said he understands the reaction from those who opposed Shanley's release from prison.
"I'm sure that law enforcement will ensure that the community feels safe, and I have every expectation that they are going to fulfill their obligation and be certain that Paul Shanley also remains safe," Shaw said.
"Whether it's across the street or down the road, there are children everywhere." As a condition of Shanley's 10-year probation, he has been ordered to have no contact with children under age 16.
Ware police Chief Shawn Crevier said Shanley has registered as a sex offender and posters will be displayed around town notifying the public that Shanley is living in the area, which is typical procedure for the police department.
(Massachusetts Sex Offender Registry Board via AP)( A defrocked priest at the center of Boston's Roman Catholic clergy sex abuse scandal was released from prison on Friday and settled into an apartment across the street from a children's dance studio.
Paul Shanley, who had been convicted of raping a boy in the 1980s, moved to the town of Ware, about 65 miles west of Boston, after being released from the Old Colony Correctional Center in Bridgewater, where he completed a 12-year sentence.
Shanley, 86, used a cane and was helped by a man as he arrived in Ware, followed by a group of reporters and photographers.