Jon David Couzens has recently come forward as one of four altar boys who was abused by a priest.  Another of the altar boys, Brian Teeman, committed suicide 28 years ago and Couzens was the one who told Teeman's family about the abuse.  On Friday, Nov. 18, 2011, Couzens visited Teeman's grave at Mount Olivet Cemetery in Raytown with his mother and Teeman's family.  He gives Jackie Melchior, Brian Teeman's sister, a hug goodbye.  JILL TOYOSHIBA/The Kansas City Star 11182011
Jon David Couzens has recently come forward as one of four altar boys who was abused by a priest. Another of the altar boys, Brian Teeman, committed suicide 28 years ago and Couzens was the one who told Teeman's family about the abuse. On Friday, Nov. 18, 2011, Couzens visited Teeman's grave at Mount Olivet Cemetery in Raytown with his mother and Teeman's family. He gives Jackie Melchior, Brian Teeman's sister, a hug goodbye. JILL TOYOSHIBA/The Kansas City Star 11182011 The Kansas City Star
Jon David Couzens has recently come forward as one of four altar boys who was abused by a priest. Another of the altar boys, Brian Teeman, committed suicide 28 years ago and Couzens was the one who told Teeman's family about the abuse. On Friday, Nov. 18, 2011, Couzens visited Teeman's grave at Mount Olivet Cemetery in Raytown with his mother and Teeman's family. He gives Jackie Melchior, Brian Teeman's sister, a hug goodbye. JILL TOYOSHIBA/The Kansas City Star 11182011 The Kansas City Star

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