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Remember That Beaumont Sex Club?

Tommy “Bo” Granger, former coach at Ozen High School and the so-called Father of 3K, has been acquitted of charges of child indecency, the

AP

reports.

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You might remember Granger from this story in the paper version of Houstoned.

Judge Layne Walker of the 252nd state District Court said there wasn’t enough evidence for a conviction. Granger still faces a civil suit.

The AP story incorrectly states that 3K stood for "Kutchie Kissing Klique." The correct spelling of the first word is “koochie,” which means something else entirely. – Keith Plocek

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