Prominent Catholics want Seattle Archdiocese to open all sex-abuse files

By , January 30, 2016,  Seattle Times
Two prominent legal professionals and practicing Catholics want straight answers from the Seattle Archdiocese to questions about its recently published list of clergy members identified as admitted or credibly accused child-sex abusers.

Terry Carroll, a retired King County Superior Court judge, and Mike McKay, former U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Washington, said they’re frustrated with what appears to be more of a public-relations move than a sincere effort at transparency and accountability.

In 2004, the two men headed an appointed review panel charged with examining clergy sex-abuse cases that recommended the archdiocese . . .

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  • Mark Sanchez
    commented 2016-02-01 06:54:39 -0600
    By withholding evidence, the Seattle Archdioces is denying a complete list of predator priest to the victims of Catholic priest is a slap to my face…
  • Mark Sanchez
    commented 2016-02-01 06:51:20 -0600
    In advance, please forgive the profanity that is at the top of the following video. The video is of a Catholic Priest, slapping children; as the children go through line, to receive their holy communion…A friend sent the URL to me, and he is obviously upset and; so I understand—I hope you understand his anger as well. But please forgive us, we do not mean to offend you by showing you profanity titled videos…He’s upset.
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