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Jun
15
2011
Documents: | 2:25 PM          
Tribal court awards victim of Vice Lord beating $4.2 million in damages

Cody St. John, a Mille Lacs Band of Ojibewa Indian, who in 2006 when he 22 years-old and refused to join the Vice Lords gang, was beaten, dragged and left on a reservation street in sub zero weather, was awarded a civil judgment of $4.2 million by the tribal court against one of his assailants.

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Documents: | 2:11 PM          
Order Awarding Plaintiff 4.2 million dollars

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Jun
09
2011
Documents: | 5:13 PM          
Richard Sipe's report to Abbot Klassen of abuse by Timothy Kelly

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Documents: | 5:10 PM          
A STATEMENT FROM ABBOT JOHN

Sexual abuse and sexual exploitation are morally reprehensible.  Saint John’s Abbey works honestly and openly with victims of sexual abuse and their attorneys to do all we can to correct the grievous wrongs that have been committed in the past by some members of our community.

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Documents: | 5:06 PM          
Jeff Anderson Responds to St. John's Abbot

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Jun
08
2011
Documents: | 9:32 AM          
DEFENDANT HOLY SEE'S MEMORANDUM IN SUPPORT OF MOTION TO EXTEND TIME

DEFENDANT HOLY SEE'SMEMORANDUM IN SUPPORT OFMOTION TO EXTEND TIME

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Documents: | 9:29 AM          
Vatican asks for more time to produce abuse documents in John V. Doe v. Holy See

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Jun
07
2011
Article: http://www.youtube.com/andersonadvocates | 7:40 PM          
Video - New Lawsuit says Former St. John's Abbot Timothy Kelly abused altar boy in 1966

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Documents: | 12:10 PM          
John Doe 174 V. The Order of St. Benedict and St. John's Abbey

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Documents: | 12:08 PM          
Abbot Timothy Kelly Timeline

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