CUMER

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CUMERComando Unico Militare Emilia Romagna (Italian: Single Military Command Emilia Romagna; Italy)
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"To me, you are disgusting and manipulative, and I have no empathy for you," one father said to Cumer. "Twenty-five years is not enough."
Cumer, who appeared in green Lane County Jail scrubs while handcuffed, declined to make a statement.
Had Cumer's attorney - Greg Veralrud of Eugene - not struck a deal with prosecutors, the teenager could have been sentenced to a lifetime behind bars.
Cumer, 19, could have been sentenced to a lifetime behind bars had he been convicted by a jury.
Prosecutors agreed to dismiss a charge of purchasing sex with a minor that Cumer also had faced.
A superseding indictment was filed in court Wednesday to include the expanded allegations that Cumer now faces.
Cumer's attorney, Greg Veralrud of Eugene, did not immediately return a telephone message left Thursday at his office.
Cumer was charged earlier this week with two counts of using a child in a display of sexually explicit conduct.
Mozan said the victims were "people familiar" with Cumer. Several victims have reported to police, he said.
She married Rick Cumer on March 2, 1985, in Eugene.
Remembrances to the Marie Cumer Memorial Fund at any Wells Fargo branch for a stone bench at Alton Baker Park, or to the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America.
Survivors include a daughter, Janet Schank of Eugene; two stepdaughters, Nancy Ash of Florence and Barbara Ashburn of Brainerd, Minn; two stepsons, Neil of Brainerd and Mark of New York; six sisters, Rita Merlock and Kathryn Cumer, both of Eugene, Dorothy Douglas of Monroeville, Pa., Patricia Herlehy of Glassport, Pa., Jean Noga of Elizabeth, Pa., and Carol Yelincic of Cincinnati; a brother, James Herlehy of McKeesport, Pa.; nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.