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Chicago SNAP leaders seized by police in Rome

 
SouthernLight
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03/25/2010 01:48 PM

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Chicago SNAP leaders seized by police in Rome
The summer of Hell indeed... for THEM!

Lots of slimy cockroaches are being driven into the light as the masses (worldwide) call foul on their duplicity and deceit. Elites, your time of 'accounting' is fast approaching!

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March 25, 2010 (ROME) (WLS) -- As Pope Benedict XVI pleaded his own public innocence in the latest allegations of a Vatican sex scandal cover-up, four top leaders of a Chicago-based group for the victims of clerical sex abuse were detained by police.

Barbara Blaine, Peter Isely, John Pilmaier and Barbara Dorris from the Chicago-based Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP) were detained by Vatican City police after holding an "unauthorized" demonstration on the edge of St Peter's Square.

They were mid-conversation with news reporters during a protest against decades of Church "silence" when uniformed officers took them away in a police car. Before being detained the group hoisted banners and placards reading "Stop the secrecy now" and "Expose the truth."


Read the rest of this article by Chuck Goudie, at the link.

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03/25/2010 02:28 PM
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Re: Chicago SNAP leaders seized by police in Rome
There is a long tradition of child abuse in the church.
I call it tradition because they justify it as a special form of brotherly love.
What do you think would happen if the pope himself would confess to be part of that "tradition"?
( I think he is. As a victim in childhood and later doing it himself)
IMHO he would be killed before he could say a word.
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03/25/2010 02:38 PM

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Re: Chicago SNAP leaders seized by police in Rome
I have no doubt What-so-ever that you are right AC 924686.

It has been pretty well established here, by many having suffered through this elitist 'training', that to speak up is to be killed or terrorized into submission.

"They" may get his silence, but this tsunami of exposure is just getting started and it won't stop with the Pope, imo.
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