MO- Bishop wants evidence kept out of court; SNAP responds
Just because Bishop Finn claims he didn’t see all this evidence, it’s supposed to be suppressed?
If Bishop Finn didn’t personally see all this proof, we suspect that’s because he told his staff he wanted ‘distance’ from child sex crimes and clergy sexual misdeeds. And we strongly suspect he was told about almost all of this evidence, but chose to not look at some of it.
Every single piece of evidence that’s kept out of court will make it harder to convict Bishop Finn. We hope prosecutors prevail and Finn loses on these motions.
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