The Espanola man accused in a child internet luring case makes another court appearance October 28th. And when Paul McColeman is back in court several groups, like Protect Our Children, will again be protesting outside. The group is trying to end the sexual abuse of children and wants the legal system to know parents are angry. In total, McColeman faces 70 sexual related charges that involve 20 boys over a 10 year period. Espanola police believe the accused had contact with other boys over Facebook by using aliases like Jennifer Johnson, Hyper Chick and Trebor Boucher.