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Catholic Church / Pedophilia And Priests / Law Resignation Demanded #652997

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 29, 2002
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(Washington: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Boston: Byron Pitts) Evidence that the Boston Roman Catholic archdiocese had more other known pedophile priests featured; details given of demands for the resignation of Cardinal Bernard Law's for reassigning known pedophiles to other parishes. [Attorney Mitch GARABEDIAN - says former priest John Geoghan had a history of sexual involvement with young boys.] [Victim Mark KEAN - says Law played a role in giving Geoghan access to him.] [LAW - says he does not believe resignation is the answer.] [Catholic Priest Father Tom DOYLE - says a priest would not have been transferred for stealing.]

Pitts, Byron;
Rather, Dan

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