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Boston attorney Carmen L. Durso meets reporters at his law office yesterday. He answered questions about the lawsuit he filed on behalf of a Pike School alumnus who claims he was sexually abused by a 50-year-old female teacher when he was 15. Durso shared an exhibit of love letters, photographs, cards, cartoons and notes that the student says he received from Judith Elefante, the former teacher who is one of 16 defendants in the lawsuit, along with the Pike School and the Groton School.

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