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MAY 10 2018

“His purported reasoning for choosing to keep the identities of the credibly accused abusers secret is deceptive, duplicative and dishonest.” – Attorney Mike Reck (Ogdensburg, New York) – Diocese of Ogdensburg Bishop Terry LaValley’s statements to North Country Public Radio are archaic and abominable and showcase a culture of cover-up and lack of understanding. His purported reasoning for choosing to keep the identities of the credibly accused abusers secret is deceptive, duplicative and dishonest. Of course the identities of the survivors of these crimes against children are to be protected. ...


APR 26 2018

Lawsuits allege school superintendent knew teacher Charles Ritz was sexually inappropriate with children for over 10 years prior to Ritz’s resignation


APR 17 2018

(Buffalo, New York) – Today, Attorney Mike Reck and others will release a second report containing the identities, histories and information on 42 priests accused of child sexual abuse in the Diocese of Buffalo.


APR 12 2018

Lawsuit Implicates Prominent Augustinian Fr. Richard J. McGrath, High-Ranking Official and Principal at Providence Catholic High School, for Sexual Abuse and Possession & Destruction of Child Pornography


MAR 22 2018

(Minneapolis, MN) – Today, sexual abuse survivors, attorneys, and members of the Crosier order appeared before Judge Robert J. Kressel in United States Bankruptcy Court in Minneapolis seeking approval of a consensual bankruptcy plan between sexual abuse survivors and the Crosiers. Judge Kressel approved the proposed plan, but what made this hearing notable is the never-before-seen tenor between the Crosiers and survivors. After the bankruptcy plan was approved, Fr. Thomas Enneking, the Crosier Prior Provincial, offered a sincere and heartfelt apology to all of the sexual abuse survivors. “The ...


MAR 20 2018

The time to tell the full truth is now. In analyzing the Diocese of Buffalo’s disclosure of 42 names of priests with allegations of child sexual abuse, several questions remain unanswered