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  • 'The devil made me do it': Psychologist testifies about examining York County child molester

    A jury in a rare civil lawsuit will determine if convicted child molester Herman Archie would be a threat to society if he is set free. Dr. Amy Swan, a psychologist for the prosecution, testified, saying Archie told her he was "fighting between the flesh and the spirit."

A jury in a rare civil lawsuit will determine if convicted child molester Herman Archie would be a threat to society if he is set free. Dr. Amy Swan, a psychologist for the prosecution, testified, saying Archie told her he was "fighting between the flesh and the spirit." Andrew Dys/adys@heraldonline.com
A jury in a rare civil lawsuit will determine if convicted child molester Herman Archie would be a threat to society if he is set free. Dr. Amy Swan, a psychologist for the prosecution, testified, saying Archie told her he was "fighting between the flesh and the spirit." Andrew Dys/adys@heraldonline.com

York County jury to decide if convicted child molester is released from jail

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