In California, 72 Catholic priests accused of sexual abuse of children

Justice of the United States continues to investigate the facts of sexual abuse of minors by clergy. This time the court want to attract 72 Catholic priests from the orange County (CA).

As reported by Jeff Anderson & Associates, in 2016 the number of such crimes has grown almost 5 times (2 years ago there were 14 incidents). In most cases we are talking about old cases that for one reason or another have not been made public. Working on the report, the independent experts of the legal company relied on information from publicly available sources such as criminal cases, court hearings, and public recognition.

To date, the whereabouts of about half of the priests pertaining to these cases. Some of them have already appeared before God’s judgment. The remaining rapists may still lead a carefree life, in spite of a dark past.

Representative Jeff Anderson & Associates Mike rekk said that their company stands for public investigation of all the crimes of the clergy. Regardless of the Statute of limitations, the public should know who has broken his oath to God, and the laws of the United States. According to human rights activists, for too long the Catholic Church was hiding scandalous crimes, leaving criminals unpunished.

Representatives of the diocese of orange County, in turn, assured that reacted to the report, Jeff Anderson & Associates with the utmost seriousness. For the most part we are talking about are already closed cases, said the Church leadership, promising, however, to cross-check information and to cooperate with the lawyers.


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