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May 8, 2006

Albany -- A jury could be seated today in the trial of child molestation charges against 40-year-old Daniel proctor. Proctor is accused of raping two sisters, six and eight years old between October 2002, and October 2004.

Prosecutor Chris Cohilas says that Proctor bough off Victoria Rudeseal, the mother of the girls with money, so she allowed him to molest the girls. She has already pled guilty to numerous charges, and awaits sentencing, which will happen after she testifies against Proctor.

Proctor has a public defender. The trial is expected to last three or four days, in Dougherty Superior Court.


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