Forty-two-year-old Paul McColeman will be greeted by several protest groups when he makes another appearance in Espanola court today. McColeman faces 70 charges in a child internet luring case that involves 20 young boys. The incidents stem back to 2004 and at the time the boys were 12 to 14 years old. Espanola police believe there may still be more boys the accused had contact with. Among the organizations taking part in tomorrow’s protest are Protect Our Children, Stop Sexual Abuse. The North Shore group wants the courts to know how angry the public is about this case.