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Judge Urges Porn Convict To Talk About McLain Case 

A federal judge is urging a Millinocket man being sent to prison on child pornography charges to tell police what he knows about the unsolved 1980 killing of a 16 year-old girl.In court Monday, U.S. District Court Judge John Woodcock told 48 year-old Philip Scott Fournier he was a “person of interest” in the death of Joyce McLain.Woodcock says the case has “hung like a dark cloud” over the community. Fournier didn’t react after Woodcock’s comments. Fournier was in court where he was sentenced to 6 1/2 years in prison. Fournier pleaded guilty in May to the child pornography charges. Joyce’s body was found August 10, 1980, two days after she disappeared while jogging.Police spokesmen Steve McCausland told TV 5 he would not comment on whether Fournier had any involvement or information in the death of Joyce McLain.TV 5 also spoke with Pam McLain this morning and she said, “I’ll be happy when it’s no longer news, when the next headline is that it’s solved and over.”