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Judy Jones December 5, 2013 at 07:55 pm
Now a bit more truth has been exposed because brave victims forced Archbishop Neinstedt to releaseRead More the names of these accused priests. So let's hope that anyone who may have knowledge or may have been harmed by Thomas Adamson, John Brown, Cosmas Dahlheimer, Gilbert DeSutter, Gilbert Gustafson, Louis Heitzer, Rudolph Henrich, Francis Hoefgen, Richard Jeub, Dennis Kampa, Robert Kapoun, Jerome Kern, Lee Krautkremer, Ronan Charles Liles, Alfred Longley, Brennan Maiers, Timothy McCarthy, John McGrath,, Paul Palmitessa, Joseph Pinkosh, Francis Reynolds , Richard Skluzacek, Michael Stevens,Thomas Stitts, Robert Thurner, Clarence Vavra, Joseph Wajda, Raymond Walter, Curtis Wehmeyer, Robert Zasacki , Eugene Corica , Robert Loftus, Patrick Ryan, and/or Roger Vaughn will find the courage and strength to come forward, and contact law enforcement, no matter how long ago it happened. Also---- Why is Br Stephen Baker's name "not" on this list of accused predators which the St Paul-Minneapolis Archdiocese released today? Br Baker sexually abused a boy in this Archdiocese, and it was reported to these church officials in 2003.. and settled in 2005. Br Baker is accused of abusing dozens of children, and since Baker was located in this Archdiocese between 1977-1981, we fear there could be many victims of this serial child predator. http://www.bishopaccountability.org/assign/Baker_Stephen_P.htm Now we wonder how many others are missing from Neinstedt's list ? Hopefully anyone who may have knowledge or may have been harmed by Br Stephen Baker, will have the courage to come forward and report it to law enforcement no matter how long ago it happened. Keep in mind your silence only hurts, and by speaking up there is a chance for healing, exposing the truth, and therefore protecting others. Judy Jones, SNAP Midwest Associate Director, 636-433-2511, SNAP "Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests"
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