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Head (LOMPO!) of Catholic order "failed" (LOMPO!) to tell police of sexual abuse at London school... LOMPO!
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Andrew 'Andrzej' Baron
2021-10-13 08:38:20 UTC
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http://www.bishop-accountability.org/news2019/01_02/2019_02_23_Jamie_Guardian_Head_Catholic.htm

The head of one of the country’s most powerful Catholic orders was made aware of sex abuse
allegations dating back to the 1970s at one of its schools but did not alert the authorities --
contrary to the recommendations of a church commission on which he sat.
A. Filip
2021-10-13 08:49:35 UTC
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Post by Andrew 'Andrzej' Baron
http://www.bishop-accountability.org/news2019/01_02/2019_02_23_Jamie_Guardian_Head_Catholic.htm
The head of one of the country’s most powerful Catholic orders was made aware of sex abuse
allegations dating back to the 1970s at one of its schools but did not alert the authorities --
contrary to the recommendations of a church commission on which he sat.
Were the allegation insufficient to make the accusers "contact police"
themselves?

I can see "wrongdoing" only if accusation could be ignored separately
but not after being put together.
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