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Ex-Timberlane teacher serving child porn sentence seeks early release from prison
Scott Buatti, 48, of Newton is seeking an early release from state prison after serving a year and a half behind bars for possession of child pornography. (JAMES A. KIMBLE/FILE PHOTO)
Scott Buatti, 48, of Newton, petitioned a Rockingham County Superior Court judge to suspend the remainder of his prison term after spending 17 months behind bars.
A jury convicted him of 10 counts of possession of child pornography in April 2011.
“He will exceed his minimum parole date if he were now to begin and complete the (sex offender program) behind the walls,” Sisti said in court papers.
Blanchard asked Judge Kenneth McHugh, who presided over Buatti’s 2011 trial, to reject the request without a hearing.
At trial, Buatti denied ever viewing child pornography. But ICE agents testified that Buatti acknowledged during an interview that he had looked and kept images of girls as young as 8 or 9 years old on his computer.
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