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Posted Wednesday, July 8, 2009
Accused 'rapist,' Max Nicholas, tells court "I'm not guilty"
By Yves A. Isidor, wehaitians.com executive editor
CAMBRIDGE, MA, Wed. 8 - Max Nicholas, 54, a prominent Boston Haitian-American community radio personality who departed the Plymouth County Correctional Facility on June 25, nearly two weeks after he was also accused of having a longterm sexual relationship (Mass. Sex Offender Registry) with a young female, the daughter of his living-in girlfriend, who had not yet attained the age of consent (16) and as result was taken out of the circulation by Brockton police entered a plea of "not guilty" today in Brockton District Court. The criminal defendant was accompanied by one of his sons.
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