Former Jesuit Priest Donald McGuire was set to appear Wednesday for an extradition hearing on charges that he sexually abused two boys in Arizona between 1998 to 2002. However, the 77 year old was admitted to the hospital for chest pains. The Arizona charge is among the latest of numerous accusations in both the U.S. and abroad. He was convicted of molesting kids in Lake Geneva in the 1960's.
Now he's under police guard while hospitalized.
"We're extremely pleased that law enforcement is finally an appropriate and aggressive stance against these particular types of criminals," said Peter Isely, Midwest Director for Survivors Network for Those Abused by Priests.
McGuire has been a free man as he appeals his Wisconsin conviction. His extradition hearing, in Cook County Illinois, has been moved to Friday.