A settlement is now official for 47 victims who suffered sexual abuse at the hands of their own priests
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The Catholic Diocese in Kansas City and more than 40 victims of clergy sexual abuse tentatively agreed late Tuesday to settle lawsuits against the church for about $10 million.
LAST KNOWN CONTACT INFORMATION FOR PERPETRATORS
NAMED IN AUGUST 2008 SETTLEMENT
The contact information listed below is the contact information as Jeff Anderson, attorney for the Plaintiffs, believes it to be based upon available public record. Anderson cannot guarantee the accuracy of this information because changes in addresses or phone numbers may not be reflected in public records.
JOSEPH R. BENNETT
797 Waverly Road
La Porte, IN 46350
Accused of abuse at St. John de La Salle parish in the late 1960s/early 1970s
We believe this is the first time his name has b
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Timeline Regarding Harold White and the Archdiocese of Denver
Late 1950-61 White in Seminary
John Doe 1B abused by Harold White prior to his ordination when he was a deacon at Holy Family. Report #1: Victim reported abuse to nun who then slammed his head against the blackboard and told him never to speak of the abuse again.
6/24/60 St. Catherine’s – Denver, CO:
Harold Robert White ordained for the Archdiocese of Denver. He was assigned to St. Catherine=s Parish.
9/1960 Archdiocese internal documents on White Report # 2 – “4 boys – ‘little bit familiar'” (White document – 0068)
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