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CA – East Bay priest investigated for sexual misconduct, victims’ group responds

For immediate release Wednesday, November 29

Statement by Melanie Jula Sakoda of Moraga, California, volunteer East Bay Leader for SNAP (melanie.sakoda@gmail.com925-708-6175)

According to the Diocese of Oakland, Father Van Dinh from the parish of St. Michael in Livermore has been placed on administrative leave while the police investigate allegations of sexual misconduct. Authorities say that the Diocese called them on November 21st about an incident involving an unidentified 25-year-old man which had taken place a few days earlier at the church.  

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Massage Envy latest to be held responsible

For immediate release Wednesday, November 29

Statement by Kate Bochte, SNAP Leader, The Survivors Network,  (SNAPNetwork.org)  keight@sbcglobal.net 630-768-1860

We commend Tara Woodley for bravely sharing with the public her experience at a Washington, D.C. location of Massage Envy. 

http://www.cnn.com/2017/11/28/us/massage-envy-allegations/index.html

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