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Catholic Church / Priest / Child Abuse Trial #654291

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 12, 2002
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(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(New York: Dan Abrams) The trial in Boston of priest John Geoghan for sexually abusing 130 children featured; details given about how the Roman Catholic Church has dealt with pedophilia. [Boston archdiocese Cardinal Bernard LAW - offers apology to those abused.] ["Newsweek" religion writer Ken WOODWARD - talks about how Rome will handle abusive priests.] [Reform activist Phil SAVIANO - says civil authorities need to be involved in the investigations.] New local policies in Boston for dealing with pedophile priests outlined on screen. [Alleged victim Anthony MUZZI - comments.]

Reporter(s):
Abrams, Dan;
Holt, Lester
Duration:
00:02:20

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