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originally posted by: FamCore
a reply to: sled735
In the Vatican of all places... just appalling. I hope none of these sickos ever have an opportunity to abuse children again and are prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
Anyone seen the movie "Spotlight"? Won't they just send the priests/bishops/whatever to "rehabilitation" or move them around so they can do it again?
I'm glad they named "Wesolowski" at least, but they aren't legally obligated to disclose any other names? WTF is that?
Due to the Catholic Church's internal investigations protocol, Milano claims he is under no legal obligation to actually name names of people accused of pedophilia and possessing child pornography.
originally posted by: projectvxn
Yet another example of what religion gets you.
Seems pedophilia is a common thread in both Catholicism and Islam.
originally posted by: sled735
a reply to: Blueracer
I hadn't heard of them either, but they are a UK based independent alternative news and information magazine and online media source. After looking at some of the other stories on their site, they seem legit.
After all, do you really expect the MSM to cover this story? They're all in it together: The mainstream media, the "church", the military, and the banks; this is the spine of the Globalists, formerly The New World Order.
originally posted by: Rosinitiate
originally posted by: crazyewok
The Vatican needs to be seized by outside forces and searched.
They need to be invaded and their serpent building dismantled.
originally posted by: CuriousPaddy
Don't need to see anything more mate, give it another generation and we hopefully won't have anymore religion in the world which is the only good thing that comes from these horrific acts. a reply to: sled735
You can’t put a price on how much damage the Catholic Church’s sex abuse scandals have done to the victims. But you sure as hell can count how much the Church has paid out as a result of those lawsuits. And that’s what Jack and Diane Ruhl of the National Catholic Reporter did.
According to their research, since 1950, that amount comes out to $3,994,797,060.10. Nearly $4 billion. And that’s an underestimate since we still don’t know how much was spent for therapy for the victims, help for the offenders, and the creation of “safe environment” programs.