Newspaper article The Canadian Press

National Audio 3:35 PM ET

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

National Audio 3:35 PM ET

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National Audio 3:35 PM ET

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NAT078 - (Toronto-Pastor-Trial) KENTVILLE, N.S. x-17s. Brent Hawkes' gross indecency trial heard testimony today on the nature and fallibility of memory. Timothy Moore, chair of the psychology department at York University's Glendon College, says it is common for people with blanks in their memories to insert memories and adopt them as real. But Crown lawyer Bob Morrison noted Moore agreed that people remember events that are significant or unusual, but may also forget certain details. ("..remember happening.") (SOURCE:The Canadian Press)

TAG: Hawkes is accused of performing sex acts on a teenage boy more than 40 years ago when the Toronto pastor was a teacher in his mid-20s in Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley. …

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