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Posted: May 13 2005, 01:57 AM
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Pope 'Obstructed' Sex Abuse Inquiry
Confidential Letter Reveals Ratzinger Ordered Bishops To Keep Allegations Secret
By Jamie Doward
Religious Affairs Correspondent
The Observer - UK
4-24-5

Pope Benedict XVI faced claims last night he had 'obstructed justice' after it emerged he issued an order ensuring the church's investigations into child sex abuse claims be carried out in secret.
 
The order was made in a confidential letter, obtained by The Observer, which was sent to every Catholic bishop in May 2001.
 
It asserted the church's right to hold its inquiries behind closed doors and keep the evidence confidential for up to 10 years after the victims reached adulthood. The letter was signed by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, who was elected as John Paul II's successor last week.
 
Lawyers acting for abuse victims claim it was designed to prevent the allegations from becoming public knowledge or being investigated by the police. They accuse Ratzinger of committing a 'clear obstruction of justice'.
 
The letter, 'concerning very grave sins', was sent from the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, the Vatican office that once presided over the Inquisition and was overseen by Ratzinger.
 
It spells out to bishops the church's position on a number of matters ranging from celebrating the eucharist with a non-Catholic to sexual abuse by a cleric 'with a minor below the age of 18 years'. Ratzinger's letter states that the church can claim jurisdiction in cases where abuse has been 'perpetrated with a minor by a cleric'.
 
The letter states that the church's jurisdiction 'begins to run from the day when the minor has completed the 18th year of age' and lasts for 10 years.
 
It orders that 'preliminary investigations' into any claims of abuse should be sent to Ratzinger's office, which has the option of referring them back to private tribunals in which the 'functions of judge, promoter of justice, notary and legal representative can validly be performed for these cases only by priests'.
 
'Cases of this kind are subject to the pontifical secret,' Ratzinger's letter concludes. Breaching the pontifical secret at any time while the 10-year jurisdiction order is operating carries penalties, including the threat of excommunication.
 
The letter is referred to in documents relating to a lawsuit filed earlier this year against a church in Texas and Ratzinger on behalf of two alleged abuse victims. By sending the letter, lawyers acting for the alleged victims claim the cardinal conspired to obstruct justice.
 
Daniel Shea, the lawyer for the two alleged victims who discovered the letter, said: 'It speaks for itself. You have to ask: why do you not start the clock ticking until the kid turns 18? It's an obstruction of justice.'
 
Father John Beal, professor of canon law at the Catholic University of America, gave an oral deposition under oath on 8 April last year in which he admitted to Shea that the letter extended the church's jurisdiction and control over sexual assault crimes.
 
The Ratzinger letter was co-signed by Archbishop Tarcisio Bertone who gave an interview two years ago in which he hinted at the church's opposition to allowing outside agencies to investigate abuse claims.
 
'In my opinion, the demand that a bishop be obligated to contact the police in order to denounce a priest who has admitted the offence of paedophilia is unfounded,' Bertone said.
 
Shea criticised the order that abuse allegations should be investigated only in secret tribunals. 'They are imposing procedures and secrecy on these cases. If law enforcement agencies find out about the case, they can deal with it. But you can't investigate a case if you never find out about it. If you can manage to keep it secret for 18 years plus 10 the priest will get away with it,' Shea added.
 
A spokeswoman in the Vatican press office declined to comment when told about the contents of the letter. 'This is not a public document, so we would not talk about it,' she said.
 
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That house, like many houses, Whitehouse, etc., are haunted with filthy lies.
Don't you think that the preacher from the movie Poltergiest kinda looks like the new pope?


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Posted: May 13 2005, 04:52 PM
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Hey wysiwyg,

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Don't you think that the preacher from the movie Poltergiest kinda looks like the new pope?

Probably related - Same bloodlines.

I can tell you this, Ratberger is one of THEM - he creeps me out just by looking at him.

And now his works and deeds have exposed him.

I wish the whole world could see these beings for what THEY really are.

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Posted: May 13 2005, 08:18 PM
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Hi Pupp,

Interestingly enough, there are some twists of those fatal attractions on the Godfather III movie, only I think the names, gangs and accomplises are changed to protect the guilty.

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Posted: May 14 2005, 06:25 AM
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A priest of the RCC, upon ordination, takes the oath of celibacy. So what does this mean?

"... sexual abuse by a cleric 'with a minor below the age of 18 years'."

Does that mean that homosexual acts may be committed with those over 18 years without repercussion?


Just wondering, as the Church fathers have always, publicly anyway, condemned homosexuality as being a grievous sin. nono2.gif

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