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  • ** FILE ** This May 3, 2004, file photo provided by the Archdiocese of Kansas City and St. Joseph, Mo., shows the Rev. Monsignor Robert Finn, who is facing a criminal charge for not telling police about child pornography that was found on a priest's computer. (AP Photo/Archdiocese of Kansas City and St. Joseph)

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  • The indictment, handed down Oct. 6 but sealed because Finn was out of the country, says the bishop failed to report suspicions against the priest from Dec. 16, 2010, when the photos were discovered, to May 11, 2011, when the diocese turned them over to police.

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  • Finn denied any wrongdoing in a statement Friday and said he had begun work to overhaul the diocese's reporting policies and act on key findings of a diocese-commissioned investigation into its practices.

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