Sunday, May 16, 2010

"I never seen the dude!"

That's what you say when accused of complicity in a crime, right?
Vatican details US sex abuse defense

VATICAN CITY – The Vatican on Monday will make its most detailed defense yet against claims that it is liable for U.S. bishops who allowed priests to molest children, saying bishops are not its employees and that a 1962 Vatican document did not require them to keep quiet, The Associated Press has learned. )...)

The Holy See is trying to fend off the first U.S. case to reach the stage of determining whether victims actually have a claim against the Vatican itself for negligence for the failure of bishops to alert police or the public about Roman Catholic priests who molested children. (...)

The Vatican is expected to assert that bishops aren't its employees because they aren't paid by Rome, don't act on Rome's behalf and aren't controlled day-to-day by the pope — factors courts use to determine whether employers are liable for the actions of their employees ...


What's the latin for: Throw they under the bus.

By Anonymous Rockie the Dog, at 5/16/2010 8:30 PM  

The tides of truth are roiling the Holy See where the fish rot from the head down.

By Blogger Shag from Brookline, at 5/17/2010 2:38 AM  

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