Sunday, August 18, 2019

Wyoming next state to prosecute Holy Roman Kiddie Diddlers

Catholicism is hope like gonorrhea is charity.
Twenty-nine victims were juvenile boys and girls, while one was identified by the diocese as a vulnerable adult. It’s unclear how many more victims have come forward since the list was released in the diocese’s newsletter and on its website June 12. “The Diocese of Cheyenne respects the privacy of all victims and survivors of sexual abuse and therefore does not publish their names,” Patti Loehrer, the diocese’s chancellor, told the Star-Tribune in an emailed response to a list of questions previously sent by the newspaper. Of the 11 men, the most well-known and prominent within the ranks of the Catholic Church is Joseph Hart. Hart is still a member of the clergy. Calls to his Cheyenne attorney in recent days have not been returned. [Diocese says more victims of priest abuse in Wyoming have come forward since June]
Montana is another Mountain West state suffering from sordid sermonizer sex scandals.

Both South Dakota dioceses are up to their areolae in debt to the white christianic ruling class for covering up crimes against Native Americans committed by pederastic priests where catholic congregations and the state's legislature have engaged in obstruction of justice for decades. Bernie v. Blue Cloud Abbey was one of several cases that ended up before the South Dakota Supreme Court alleging church officials at the time covered up serial sexual abuse taking place at the compound. After helping to broker the sale of the abbey Watertown member of the criminal cult, Lee Schoenbeck, aided by fellow cultist and lobbyist Jeremiah Murphy, forced the South Dakota Legislature to pass laws covering up countless crimes committed by their sect by enacting statutes of limitations.

Former Rapid City cleric Bob Gruss is settling into the Saginaw, Michigan diocese, itself wracked with abuses committed by predator priests.
“It’s one of the tragic moments in the history of the church, but we have acknowledged that. We have put things in place to help protect children, far more than any institution in this country," he said. “We’ve accepted our fault in all of this and we’re trying to make the church and society a more safe place for children." [mLive]
In South Dakota at least thirty two members of the Church of the Holy Roman Kiddie Diddlers have been credibly accused of preying on children and vulnerable adults but don't expect suspected incel Jason Ravnsborg, Attorney General and former altar boy to take on both South Dakota Dioceses.

Image lifted from the Santa Fe Reporter.

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