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Ex-Timberlane teacher denied early release from prison
A judge declined to suspend the minimum prison term for Scott Buatti, 48, of Newton, who is serving a 2-to-4 year sentence for possession of child pornography. (JAMES A. KIMBLE/FILE PHOTO)
A judge denied a request by Scott Buatti, 48, to suspend the remaining seven months of a state prison sentence after spending roughly a year and a half behind bars.
Buatti is serving a 2-to-4 year state prison sentence. A jury convicted him of 10 counts of possession of child pornography in April 2011.
McHugh decided he will only recommend to the corrections department that Buatti undertake sexual offender program after he is paroled from his two-year sentence.
Buatti taught gym class at Timberlane Middle School for 19 years until his 2009 indictment prompted his resignation.
ICE agents testified that Buatti was identified in their investigation after he paid $79.95 to subscribe to web sites and used his home email address with his subscription.
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