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List of charges The 37 charges he faced included six counts of homosexual intercourse by a teacher of a pupil older than 10 but less than 18, eight counts of sexual assault knowing no consent given, six counts of sexual assault of a person under 16 and 10 counts of sexual assault and commit an act of indecency.
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Lane's plan was in opposition to the Mayor's Advisory Council's report, which was printed by the Chicago Tribune in July 1988, and called for the razing of 8,000 units of family high-rise buildings over a ten-year period.
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