Three brothers accuse former priest turned AIDS activist of sex abuse
uly 25, 2018, The Buffalo News
The former head of the Buffalo area's largest AIDS prevention organization is being accused of molesting three brothers from a South Buffalo family when he was a Catholic priest in the 1970s.
West Seneca resident and author P.A. Kane wrote a first-person essay accusing Ronald Silverio of being the young parish priest who molested him when he was a parishioner of Holy Family Church in South Buffalo.
In separate interviews with The News, Kane's siblings, Peter and a younger brother who asked not to be identified by name, said that Silverio also molested them.
P.A. Kane's vivid account of the sexual abuse . . .
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