When John Doe first filed his complaint with Fort Lauderdale policelast month, the story was sensational enough: Doe accused a Catholicpriest of stalking him in a lurid account that included allegations oflewd exposure � both physical and photographic.

But in recent weeks, the legal drama has shifted away from the Rev.Joseph Cinesi of St. Maurice Catholic Church in Hollywood and towardthe actions of the Sun-Sentinel, the Fort Lauderdale newspaper thatfirst published John Doe’s allegations.

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