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DragonCon co-founder accused of child molestation denied bond

A judge denied bond on Friday to the co-founder of a major Atlanta science-fiction convention accused of child molestation.

DragonCon co-founder Ed Kramer insists he's too weak to stand trial on three counts of child molestation, but prosecutors think it's all a charade.

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