Milestones May 17, 2004

DEFROCKED. PAUL SHANLEY, 73, once hailed as a hero and dubbed the "hippie priest" for his work with street kids in the 1960s and '70s, but indicted in 2002 for raping four boys in the 1980s. The scandal rocked the Boston archdiocese and the U.S. Catholic Church. Shanley was released on $300,000 bail and awaits trial.

SENTENCED. LEA FASTOW, 42, wife of former Enron CFO Andrew Fastow; to a year in prison; in Houston. The heiress to a grocery and real estate fortune pleaded guilty to helping her husband hide income from questionable financial transactions, which contributed to Enron's collapse.


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