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Racketeering charges allowed against monks

A young man who wanted to be a Benedictine monk turned over almost $1.4 million in cash and stocks to a Western New York monastery — but he claims the religious group deceived him, and he wants his money back. Eric E. Hoyle joined the Most Holy Family Monastery in Fillmore, Allegany County to become a ...

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