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EMTs, those revered first-responders to accidents and medical emergencies, are often known for their life-saving touch.
However, Matthew Menist, 31 of Stroudsburg, who worked as an EMT in Monroe County, is accused of touching some patients in a far different - and allegedly criminal - way.
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A group of middle-aged men, dressed as animals and taking part in what is known as a "furry" party in Bucks County, Pa., are accused of sexually assaulting a 9-year-old boy beginning in 2009.
The band strides on to the stage in white boiler suits and launches straight into “Show Me Magic”: a full on, tight-as-you-can-get sonic assault, which pretty much sums up what’s to follow.