Some victims say archdiocese's plan doesn't go far enough
By Journal Sentinel, August 25, 2015of the
A group of victims with claims in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee bankruptcy on Tuesday criticized its latest reorganization plan as inadequate, saying it does not do enough to ensure the protection of children or hold the archdiocese accountable for its past actions
In a news conference on the steps of the federal courthouse in Milwaukee, victims called for an independent review of the estimated 570 claims filed by men and women detailing their sexual abuse as children by priests and others connected with the 10-county archdiocese.
And they said U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Susan V. Kelley should . . .
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