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This photo provided by former Tehran American School student Mark Turnage shows part of a page about student organizations in the school's 1973 yearbook with a photo of William James Vahey, right, who taught at the school from 1972-1973. Vahey was one of the most beloved teachers in the world of international schools that serve the children of diplomats, well-off Americans and local elites. That was the public persona of William Vahey until a maid stole a memory drive from him in November. On it was evidence that Vahey molested scores of adolescent boys, possibly more. (AP Photo) NO SALES

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In this Wednesday, May 7, 2014 photo, a vehicle drives by the main entrance gate of the American Nicaraguan School in Managua, Nicaragua. U.S. citizen William James Vahey, 64, worked as teacher here from 2013-2014. He was one of the most beloved teachers in the world of international schools that serve the children of diplomats, well-off Americans and local elites. The FBI regards Vahey as one of the most prolific pedophiles in memory has set off a crisis in the community of international schools, where parents are being told that their children may have been victims, and administrators are scurrying to close loopholes exposed by Vahey’s abuses. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)

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FILE - This Thursday, April 24, 2014, file photo, shows the entrance to the Southbank International School in central London where suspected child molester William James Vahey was a teacher from 2009-2013. Vahey went to work at the Westminster campus of London’s Southbank International School, with about 350 pupils from 70 countries. The FBI regards Vahey as one of the most prolific pedophiles in memory and has set off a crisis in the community of international schools, where parents are being told that their children may have been victims, and administrators are scurrying to close loopholes exposed by Vahey’s abuses. (AP Photo/Sang Tan, File)

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In this Thursday, May 8, 2014 photo, a security guard stands at the entrance of Jakarta International School (JIS) compound in Jakarta, Indonesia. U.S. citizen William Vahey taught here from 1992-2002. Vahey began his international teaching career with a series of stays around the Middle East and Europe, and by 1992, Vahey and his wife moved to Indonesia. He was one of the most beloved teachers in the world of international schools that serve the children of diplomats, well-off Americans and local elites. That was the public persona of William Vahey until a maid stole a memory drive from him in November. On it was evidence that Vahey molested scores of adolescent boys, possibly more. (AP Photo/Achmad Ibrahim)

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In this Thursday, May 8, 2014 photo, a security guard stands at the entrance of Jakarta International School (JIS) compound in Jakarta, Indonesia. U.S. citizen William Vahey taught here from 1992-2002. Vahey began his international teaching career with a series of stays around the Middle East and Europe, and by 1992, Vahey and his wife moved to Indonesia. He was one of the most beloved teachers in the world of international schools that serve the children of diplomats, well-off Americans and local elites. That was the public persona of William Vahey until a maid stole a memory drive from him in November. On it was evidence that Vahey molested scores of adolescent boys, possibly more. (AP Photo/Achmad Ibrahim)

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Oklahoma state Rep. Paul Wesselhoft, R-Moore, speaks during a House committee meeting at the state Capitol to discuss the University of Oklahoma’s possession of the painting “Shepherdess Bringing in Sheep” (“Bergère rentrant des moutons,” 1886) by Camille Pissarro, in Oklahoma City, Monday, May 12, 2014. Meyer has sued the University of Oklahoma in an attempt to retrieve the painting, which was among more than 30 pieces of artwork donated to the university by Clara Weitzenhoffer when she died in 2000. (AP Photo)

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Marc Masurovsky, left, co-founder of the Holocaust Art Restitiution Project, speaks during a House committee meeting at the state Capitol to discuss the University of Oklahoma’s possession of the painting “Shepherdess Bringing in Sheep” (“Bergère rentrant des moutons,” 1886) by Camille Pissarro, in Oklahoma City, Monday, May 12, 2014. Raphael Meyer, son of Leone Meyer, listens at right. Meyer has sued the University of Oklahoma in an attempt to retrieve the painting, which was among more than 30 pieces of artwork donated to the university by Clara Weitzenhoffer when she died in 2000. (AP Photo)

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Oklahoma state Rep. Mike Reynolds, R-Oklahoma City, speaks during a House committee meeting at the state Capitol to discuss the University of Oklahoma’s possession of the painting “Shepherdess Bringing in Sheep” (“Bergère rentrant des moutons,” 1886) by Camille Pissarro, seen on screen at rear, in Oklahoma City, Monday, May 12, 2014. Meyer has sued the University of Oklahoma in an attempt to retrieve the painting, which was among more than 30 pieces of artwork donated to the university by Clara Weitzenhoffer when she died in 2000. (AP Photo)

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Pierre Ciric, an attorney representing Leone Meyer, speaks during a House committee meeting at the state Capitol to discuss the University of Oklahoma’s possession of the painting “Shepherdess Bringing in Sheep” (“Bergère rentrant des moutons,” 1886) by Camille Pissarro, in Oklahoma City, Monday, May 12, 2014. Meyer has sued the University of Oklahoma in an attempt to retrieve the painting, which was among more than 30 pieces of artwork donated to the university by Clara Weitzenhoffer when she died in 2000. (AP Photo)

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This photo provided by the Jackson Zoo shows Nashoba Hikiya, one of the zoo's seven endangered red wolf pups on April 28, 2014. The pups are among eight born March 30 at the zoo in Jackson, Mississippi. This female was named by students at Standing Pine Elementary School, and her name means “Standing Wolf” in Choctaw. (AP Photo/Jackson Zoo)

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This photo provided by the University of Wisconsin shows John Diamond the recently selected interim associate vice president for external relations and strategic communications for the university system. Diamond was fired last year as University of Arkansas spokesman following a disagreement with that school's president over an open records request filed by a newspaper. (AP Photo/University of Wisconsin)