SNAP Media Events

National--leaflet to be handed out at churches re Spotlight & perp lists

In 10 cities in the US this weekend (Sat. Feb. 27 & Sunday, Feb. 28), survivors and advocates will hand out this leaflet to mass-goers.  

Please help protect kids!

Tell your bishop to post predators’ names

WHO WE ARE

We are concerned Catholics, clergy sex abuse victims and their loved ones. We belong to a support group called SNAP, the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAPnetwork.org)

   

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National-- Victims demand perp priest lists

For immediate release: Friday, Feb. 26

For more info: David Clohessy 314 645 5915 home, 314 566 9790 cell, davidgclohessy@gmail.com, Barbara Dorris 314 503 0003, bdorris@SNAPnetwork.org, Barbara Blaine 312 399 4747, bblaine@SNAPnetwork.org

Victims demand perp priest lists

Last year, 6 Catholic institutions in Minnesota did this

Last month, Seattle archbishop released 77 predators’ names

Another may do so next month; 30 bishops have taken this step

SNAP: “But at least 2,800 accused priests’ names remain hidden

Group says some still are still near kids now as teachers, therapists, etc.

“Spotlight is still needed until church officials ‘come clean,’” victims feel   

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FL--Doctor sued for sexual battery

Doctor sued for sexual battery

It’s the second lawsuit filed vs. him

Group believes others are “still suffering”

It urges “anyone with information” to call police

SNAP: “Prosecutors and Health Dept. must take action”

Clinic knew of his misdeeds but kept him working, suit says

WHAT

Holding signs at a sidewalk news conference, abuse victims will

--disclose that a local doctor is being sued, for the second time, for sexual battery,

--blast his colleagues for “doing little or nothing” to stop his “hurtful crimes,”

--push law enforcement and Health Department officials to “take action now,” and

--urge anyone who may have seen, suspected or suffered his crimes to call law enforcement and file formal complaints with the state health department

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OH--SNAP: "Church staff ignored repeated red flags”

Victims seek Catholic bishop’s help

They also release list of 8 accused Columbus clerics

All attended same school as just-arrested seminarian

SNAP: “Ohio church staff ignored repeated red flags”

Prelate should hold “open public meeting” about case

"Why do Catholic institutions still put kids at risk?” group asks

All priests should “reach out now to any local victims,” SNAP says

WHAT


Holding signs and childhood photos at a sidewalk news conference, clergy sex abuse victims and supporters will disclose the names of eight publicly accused sex offender clerics who spent time at a Columbus seminary. They will also beg the top Catholic official in Columbus to 

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