Sexual Abuse Scandal

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Fenethylline - Abuse
... Abuse of fenethylline as the brand Captagon is most common in Arab countries, and counterfeit versions of the legal drug continue to be available ...
Thomas J. O'Brien (bishop) - Bishop of Phoenix - Sexual Abuse Scandal
... In 2002, Maricopa County prosecutors initiated a grand jury investigation into charges of sexual abuse by Catholic priests in the diocese of Phoenix ... O'Brien agreed to cede his authority over diocesan sexual abuse policy in exchange for immunity from indictment for obstruction of justice ...
Roman Catholic Sex Abuse Cases By Country - North America - United States
... Main article Catholic sexual abuse scandal in the United States Archdiocese of Anchorage See also Sexual abuse scandal in the Society of Jesus In 2007, the Society of Jesus made a $50 million ... claims against the diocese for alleged sexual abuse by priests or church workers during this period ... Archdiocese of Boston Main article Sexual abuse scandal in the Catholic archdiocese of Boston Allegations of sexual misconduct by priests of the Archdiocese of Boston ...
Philip Leo O'Reilly - Sexual Abuse Scandal
... However, a priest at the centre of abuse allegations and complaints continues to live in a parochial house in the Kilmore Diocese ...
Abuse Cases
... See Catholic sex abuse cases Catholic sexual abuse scandal in the United States or CategoryRoman Catholic Church sex abuse scandal in the United States ...

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