Monday, April 05, 2010

We Can Hope

Britain did arrest the Fascist Pinchet, although they did not try him. I'd arrest the Nazi pope in a second, if I could.
British lawyers are now examining whether the pope should have immunity as a head of state and whether he could be prosecuted under the principle of universal jurisdiction for an alleged systematic cover-up of sexual abuses by priests.


It just will not stop. Read this response & realize that the Roman Catholic Church has absolutely no interest in even admitting they have a problem.
The priest has received only a minor punishment and is currently working in his bishop's office processing teacher appointments for a dozen church schools in the diocese of Ootacamund in southern India.

"We cannot simply throw out the priest, so he is just staying in the bishop's house, and he is helping me with the appointment of teachers," said the Most Rev. A. Almaraj, the bishop of Ootacamund. "He says he is innocent, and these are only allegations. ... I don't know what else to do."

How does it go - every accused person proclaims their innocence? His guilt or innocence should be decided by a jury, but his bishop will not allow it. How convenient for the Roman Catholic Church. My emphases.


nonheroicvet said...

"...people are confused and they are being lied to" Easy solution to this one Glen - stop lying.

nonheroicvet said...

Oops - missed by one notch.

Spadoman said...

They should do what they did to the witches in Salem.

Burn Him!