Abuse Documentary: The Shame of the Catholic Church

CHILDREN IN SHADOW ::: CHILDREN IN WAR

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Abuse Documentary: The Shame of the Catholic Church | Retro Report | The New York Times

31 March 2014

Sexual abuse in the Catholic Church has been making headlines for years. Some priests have been punished, but what about the bishops who shielded them?

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From the New York Daily News in the USA:

EXCLUSIVE: Catholic Church spent $2M on major N.Y. lobbying firms to block child-sex law reform

ALBANY — Not leaving it to divine chance, the state Catholic Conference has turned in recent years to some of Albany’s most well-connected and influential lobby firms to help block a bill that would make it easier for child sex abuse victims to seek justice.

The Catholic Conference, headed by Timothy Cardinal Dolan, has used Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker, Patricia…

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Alleged child abductor heard voices, lawyer says — Montreal Gazette

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The young man charged with attempting to abduct a 7-year-old girl from Jeanne Mance Park Saturday is a recently diagnosed schizophrenic who heard voices telling him to take the child, his lawyer said Tuesday. Jonathan Gamez-Arias was charged Monday with abducting someone under the age of 14 after he allegedly snatched a girl before being…

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The forgotten children of China’s prisoners | Guardian Docs . The Guardian The Guardian

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24.05.2016

In a government building in Nanzhao, the Zhang children’s father awaits his fate.
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He accidentally killed a child and will probably be executed. The Chinese state makes no provision for prisoners’ children. The Sun Village orphanage takes in sisters Wei and Yan and their brother Won, but without their father they cannot verify their legal status. Will the children ever be able to study and work?

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