Article: STEVE KARNOWSKI, Associated Press | 4:59 PM          
Attorney: Vatican didn't turn over all documents

An attorney for a man who claims he was sexually abused by an Oregon priest in the 1960s said Monday that the Vatican failed to produce all court-ordered documents in the case, and that papers it did turn over show how the Vatican exercises firm control over the placement and removal of offending priests. Both claims were quickly disputed by a church lawyer who said the Vatican gave Minnesota-based attorney Jeffrey Anderson all its documents pertaining to the late Rev. Andrew Ronan.

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Article: Jeff Anderson & Associates | 3:48 PM          
Press conference regarding the release of documents by the Holy See

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Documents: | 12:21 PM          
Holy See - Press Packet

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Article: | 9:48 AM          
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Documents: | 8:33 AM          
Attorneys to comment on the unprecedented and historic release of documents by the Vatican

Clergy Abuse Attorney Jeff Anderson says documents point to Vatican’s direct control over the conduct, placement, and removal of individual priests for sexual abuse.  

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Article: By NICOLE WINFIELD Associated Press | 9:12 AM          
Vatican releases internal files on alleged abuser

The Vatican, reeling from unprecedented criticism over its handling of sexual abuse cases in Ireland, took a pre-emptive strike Wednesday and published some internal files about a priest accused of molesting youngsters in Ireland and the U.S. The files published on the website of Vatican Radio represent a small, selective part of the documentation the Holy See must turn over to U.S. lawyers representing a man who says he was abused by the late Rev. Andrew Ronan. The man, known in court papers as John V. Doe, is seeking to hold the Vatican liable for the abuse.

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Documents: | 11:21 AM          
Statement of Jeff Anderson on Vatican release of partial discovery in John V. Doe v. Holy See

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Article: Christy DeSmith | 1:42 PM          
Super Lawyers

The Crusader

By Christy DeSmith

Jeff Anderson on law school, legal tactics and his ultimate goal—deposing Pope Benedict XVI

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Documents: | 4:27 PM          
Statement by Jim Keenan of Savage, MN.

Statement by Jim Keenan of Savage, MN.Today, I’m asking a judge to publicly release the names of 46 Minnesota Catholic priests whohave been accused of sexually victimizing children.My motivation can be summed up in two words: kids’ safety.Sitting in two diocesan headquarters, and in the Ramsey County Courthouse, are the names ofthese accused predator priests. As best we can tell, none of them are locked up. Most are likelyliving with or near unsuspecting families. Some may still be molesting kids. And this afternoon,one of them may be tutoring a young girl who’s struggling in school, or taking...

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Documents: | 3:06 PM          
Attorneys file motion seeking release of names of priests accused of sexual abuse

Attorneys file motion seeking release of names of priests accused of sexual abuse   Names of 46 priests in Archdiocese of St. Paul & Minneapolis and Winona Diocese are contained in Ramsey County court documents. Attorneys for a Savage, Minnesota, man who was sexually abused as a child by a Minnesota priest are asking a Ramsey County judge to unseal court records that contain the names of 46 priests accused of molesting children in the Archdiocese of Minneapolis and St. Paul and the Dioce...

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File of "Most Abusive Priest" Fr. Louis Heitzer Released Today
Father Louis Heitzer is believed to have abused young boys in every location he worked, ruining the ... READ MORE
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