Missouri AG says 'shocking' crimes led to charges against boarding school doctor
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — David Smock, who has seen boys from Agape Boarding school at his southwest Missouri clinic for years, could face up to life in prison if he is convicted of the most serious charges alleging child sex crimes. "The details of the alleged crimes in this case are shocking and horrific," Attorney General Eric Schmitt said in a statement released Wednesday morning, as Smock sat in an Arkansas jail. "And I look forward to working with the Special Prosecutor for Cedar County to obtain justice in this case. ... Protecting the citizens of our state, especially our children, is of para...