At age five, 1954, "the Bishop" (Chicago's Cardinal Stritch) stood over me and said, I had to "stop babbling" about what the priest did to me. It took me 40 years to talk about it again. Today, I babble.

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Friday, January 30, 2009

THIS COMMENT just went up at LA City Buzz Examiner under: Angry mob? Posted/Updated: 01/30/2009 04:52 PM

by Edward Lozzi LMS

WE have just received this about SNAP and Cardinal Mahoney's victims the Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests (SNAP) in reaction to the U.S. Attorney's Office Announced Investigation of The Catholic Church Hierarchy in the United States beginning with Cardinal Roger Mahoney in Los Angeles. Seems that the Cardinal has some explaining to do to the FEDS.

It's about time.

Everyone knew about it in government but did nothing. For eight long years both Attorney Generals, John Ashcroft and Alberto Gonzales, ignored the constant cries of victims, local prosecutors, Catholic parishioners, law enforcement and government officials- to investigate and arrest this rogue Cardinal and the bishops that have carried out this documented Obstruction of Justice. Now that the "Faith Based Bush Administration" (protectors of clergy) is out, the new Justice Department can now finally do it's job.

We also hope the State Department will also lift the diplomatic immunity the Vatican lawyers have successfully hidden behind in harboring fugitives of US law enforcement including criminals residing in the Vatican and foreign Cathedrals. Enough! Kids are more important than protecting Bishops. Too bad it has taken eight years and hundreds of molested and raped children because of it. We can only hope that justice will prevail. But we doubt it.

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