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August 13, 2013

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“slipshod filing system” ?

At least the church officials are consistent. When they are backed into the corner of truth, they tend to blame the victim, the family, other church officials, and now a 'slipshod filing system'? Oh, and their memory brain cells tend to stop working during testimony while they are sitting on the witness stand under oath.

The documents tell the story. And keep in mind, every single diocese in the world has to have a "secret archives".. under lock and key. This is their canon law.

This victim and his family are very brave for helping to expose the truth about the covering up sex crimes against innocent kids. They are to be commended for their courage and determination.
Let's hope that anyone who may have knowledge or may have been harmed by Thomas Maloney or any clergy sex crimes and/or cover ups in the Peoria diocese or the Newark Archdiocese, will find the courage and strength to come forward and contact law enforcement, no matter how long ago your abuse happened.
Keep in mind your silence only hurts, and by speaking up there is a chance for healing, exposing the truth, and therefore protecting others.

Judy Jones, SNAP Midwest Associate Director, 636-433-2511
snapjudy@gmail.com
"Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests"

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