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From: ResearcherIrene@webtv.net
Date: Tue, Sep 19, 2006, 10:48pm
To: ResearcherIrene@webtv.net
Subject: Phillip Bentley salvation army - Google Search

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    From: Phillbe@aol.com
    Date: Thu, Sep 24, 1998, 10:50am
    To:ResearcherIrene@webtv.net
    Subject: Update
    Irene,
    Michele and I are trying to work out what's happening...to tell you the truth, nothings for sure right now. Though I'm staying at the William's Residence, for a time (paying rent and all).
    Well, take care and I'm sure we'll be seeing you around.
    Phillip


    BERGEN-
    A state judge sentenced a New York City man to 180 days in the county jail for lewdness in front of children, saying that the Salvation Army captain brought disrepute to the organization and that he still does not fully appreciate the consequences of his actions. Philip Bentley, 33, was convicted by a jury in March on counts of child endangerment, criminal sexual contact, and lewdness for masturbating in front of 3 boys who were riding their bikes in the woods.
    Bentley, who also was a minister for the Salvation Army, will be required to continue counseling and will remain on probation for 5 years. He also will be required to register as a sex offender and must stay away from children.
    On June 20, the 3 boys then aged 13, 14, and 18 were riding their bikes in the woods in a park when they noticed Bentley watching them. Bentley then removed his clothes and started masturbating, said the county assistant prosecutor. He said Bentley was in the area that day because he had been driving children from the New York Salvation Army group to a nearby camp.
    The judge could have given Bentley probation but said he was concerned because Bentley admitted "acting out," in similar ways twice after he was arrested.
    Bergen Record, 8/14/99



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