In 2010, the Catholic Church fought Connecticut's attempt to remove the statute of limitations on child sexual abuse.
Right now, many states are trying to remove such statutes of limitations but the Catholic church is fighting it.
Such states include: Hawaii, Nebraska, Delaware, Wisonsin, and Pennsylvania and New York, where Catholic bishops are strong enough to have prevented votes on such laws, among many others. In all of these cases, the Catholic church is working hard to prevent their molesting priests from having to do time and/or to prevent the church from having to pay out settlements to abused children.
When a global institution actively works against the interests of justice in one's own county--and justice for the most innocent--then I'd say they are working to undermine the government of the people, by the people and for the people.
Does it make it the right and moral? probably not, but on the other hand does it make it right for the states to change the statue of limitations JUST to go after priests? no.
I realize we have the worst, most freedom robbing, big government progressive and radical president in the history of the USA, but I am dedicated to digging in my ass for colon product to throw at whoever is aligned against him- Molon Labe
Now it's fixed!I realize we have the worst, most freedom robbing, big government progressive and radical president in the history of the USA, but I am dedicated to digging in my ass for colon product to throw at whoever is aligned against him-And sitting on the sideline while the country is taken over by a gas-bag, Marxist president in his second term, because I was too stupid to realize that my ideology that all are supposed to bow and fawn over actually enabled a worse choice to get elected. Molon Labe
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