CA-Church officials seek to keep higher-ups names secret, SNAP responds

The thousands upon thousands of long-secret Catholic documents that describe horrific crimes against children by members of the catholic clergy have come to light only because of brave victims. Catholic officials have used every weapon in their vast arsenal to keep these files hidden and keep Catholics and citizens in the dark about their involvement in moving, shielding and enabling predators. We hope that the judicial system will not only release all the documents but allow the names of all complicit church staff to be made public.

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PA- Philly priest trial starts; SNAP responds

Though the child sex abuse trial involving a Catholic priest and Catholic teacher starts this week, it’s never too late for other victims, witnesses and whistleblowers to step forward and help make sure these criminals are convicted and kept away from kids.

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OK-Victims blast Tulsa mega-church in abuse case

Like prosecutors, this brave mom accuses Victory church employees of refusing to report – for weeks - child sex crimes by a church janitor. We hope she prevails in court. And we hope her filing this suit will discourage other officials from ignoring, minimizing or hiding suspected child sexual assaults.

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SC- Abusive female teacher is predator, SNAP says

When an adult sexually violates a minor, it's never "a relationship" or "an intimate interaction." It's a crime. It should be described and treated like a crime. It should never be depicted as consensual, because by definition, a 16 year old cannot truly consent to sex involving someone twice his or her age.

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HI- Man suing Hawaii priest speaks publicly, SNAP responds

The man who accuses a Hawaii priest is speaking publicly about his case. (“Colorado man suing Bismarck Diocese comes forward,” January 06, 2013) http://www.thedickinsonpress.com/event/article/id/64528/

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VT- Pedophile priest trial to start; SNAP responds

Almost every single clergy sex abuse and cover up trial surfaces more damning information about the complicity of top church officials. So we are grateful this brave victim is seeking justice in court. We hope that Vermont citizens will pay close attention to the proceedings and that Vermont Catholics will ask tough questions of their church hierarchy. 

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FL- Former Student minister arrested for child sex crimes, SNAP responds

David Lawson, the former student minister at Christ Church in Jacksonville FL, was arrested for allegedly engaging in sexual activities with a minor. 

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PA- Philly priest had abuse settlement in the past; SNAP responds

Shame on the Franciscans. They recruit, educate, ordain, hire, train, and transfer clerics, making them swear allegiance to the order for life. Then, when one of them molests, Catholic officials pretend to be powerless to stop him from working elsewhere. And in this case, Franciscans apparently lied to an abuse victim by claiming they’d keep this predator away from kids.

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MO- SNAP responds to new state abuse recommendations

Getting rid of the criminal statute of limitations is a good start, but the civil statute should be gotten rid of too.

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GA- Msgr. David P. Talley promoted, SNAP responds

We’re encouraged that Msgr. David P. Talley has been promoted to be Atlanta’s auxiliary Catholic bishop. We don’t know much about him but it can only help that he has worked as a caseworker for abused and neglected children.

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PA- Pittsburgh priest sentenced; SNAP responds

Considering that he had thousands of child porn images and admits viewing them for a decade, we strongly suspect that Fr. Sorensen may have molested kids too. Consider that he worked at;

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PA- SNAP blasts PA governor over Penn State suit

Pennsylvania politicians who want the entire Penn State fine to be spent in Pennsylvania are being greedy. And anyone who wants to overturn the fine entirely is being short-sighted.

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