On April 10, 2014 — seven months into the clergy sex abuse scandal — Archbishop John Nienstedt's top advisers gathered for a private meeting. They had just received several affidavits from an internal investigation of Nienstedt that had been authorized by the archbishop himself to address damaging rumors.
An isolated Nienstedt tried to limit investigation into himself
Madeleine Baran · Jun 19, 2015 MPR News
The sworn statements accused Nienstedt of inappropriate behavior, according to people who read them, including . . .
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