Abuse victims skeptical about meeting...

Abuse victims skeptical about meeting with pope

There are 2 comments on the TheCourier.com story from May 28, 2014, titled Abuse victims skeptical about meeting with pope. In it, TheCourier.com reports that:

The forthcoming meeting at the Vatican between Pope Francis and a half-dozen victims, announced Monday, is being organized by Cardinal Sean O'Malley, the archbishop of Boston.

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Michael

Canada

#1 May 28, 2014
General Motors and the Catholic Church have much in common. Both were good at coverups. GM had defective parts, the church defective priests/bishops, and the end result is BILLIONS $$$ in lawsuits.

Oh well! the cost of doing business.

Sol

Since: Jan 08

Location hidden

#2 May 28, 2014
Are these 'victims that haven't filed suits yet' OR 'victims paid-off and under signed agreements not to talk to anybody'?

In other words: will The Public ever find out who they are and where they're from?(so we can stand a chance of proving they exist)

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