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Published: 11 February 2016
A Kaleen man has been charged with abusing a 14 year old boy in the 1980's.
Former teacher and current ASIC senior executive Peter Cuzner pleaded not guilty to three acts of indecency against the boy in court this morning.
The 60 year old was a teacher within a number of schools across the ACT including Marist and Daramalan colleges.
Mr Cuzner was suspended from his role with ASIC when the allegations unfolded.
His case has been adjourned for 10 weeks - he is due back in the ACT Magistrates Court in April.