Plaintiffs' advocates call for release of LA. documents

February 2009
National Catholic Reporter;2/20/2009, Vol. 45 Issue 9, p7
The article reports that advocates of various plaintiffs involved in sexual misconduct cases are calling for the release of documents related to Catholic clergy sex-abuse scandal in Los Angeles, California. The article states that the documents are important because they would yield significant information on the people who allowed children to be abused by priests and turned a blind eye on the misconduct.


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