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Lawyer vs. Vatican

St. Paul attorney Jeff Anderson has filed hundreds of lawsuits against Catholic church officials on behalf of sexual-abuse survivors. His critics label him a zealot, and some claim he’s only in it for the money. But a recent Supreme Court decision has Anderson one step closer to his ultimate end: a chance to hold Rome—and the pope—directly accountable for covering up the abuse.

Lawyer vs. Vatican
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Aug 8, 2010 07:43 pm
 Posted by  lizzi

I applaud Mr. Anderson for achieving "Discovery" with the assistance of the U.S. Supreme court officials. It will retrieve the Civil and Humane RITES of many, many of us raped by U.S. clergy pedophiles employeed. The U.S.C.C.B and Pope Rat should be handled like international organized offenders/RINGLEADERS..CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY...comprable to WAR CRIMES. A sick history of prostiution of our national and international Justice system. Our family approached Andersons office 3 decades ago asking for representation and proper action. The ambiguous statute of limitations was our answer. We've fought ever since my Father's whole Fatherhood, now deceased Aug.6/2009. If you are a naysayer look to Fr.Tom Doyle, Canon laywer, expert/A.W.Sipe/ and Patrick Wall's career work and get educated. Nuremberg trials had simular purpose...not all Nazi personal and doctrine vanished in the late 40's. make a point to research for yourselves Gotlieb Schreiber's studies and shed some light on Aryan philosophy and roots of child abuse, methodology of child offenders.
If I could address the U.S. Supreme Court I would be so very proud to do so. Sincerely, Lizzi Vessel

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