Four Face Judgement In Court of Law


More lies mark the opening day in court. Judge calls defendant on his deception.

“Accused Philadelphia Priests Appear in Court,” by John P. Martin for the Philadelphia Inquirer, March 15, 2011

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One Response to “Four Face Judgement In Court of Law”

  1. Five face judgement: one Monsignor, three priests, one laicized priest and one Catholic layman.

    I have attended both court dates with these five individuals who were arrested as a result of the recently released second Grand Jury Report on the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.

    Bishop Rigali will need something more than a “nudge” to do the morally right thing in all of this. The archdiocese has done as little as possible after the first PGJR was released in 2005.

    THAT WAS SIX YEARS AGO!

    Only arrests got Rigali’s attention. Please, visit http://www.bishopaccountability.org and click on ABUSE TRACKER on the right hand side to find out what been going on in the world, in the nation and in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.

    Sister Maureen Paul Turlish
    Victims’ Advocate
    maturlishmdsnd@yahoo.com

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