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Comments Off on Clock, Friday, and Memes: New Hotline For Clergy Sex Abuse Claims Flooded SEPTEMBER 17,2018 AT 1:55PM Drudge Report Feed With Calls.. 11:08 Fred Marigliano Survivor Regrann from @freedom_faction – Thoughts? A hotline created to document reports of clergy sexabuse in NewJersey is receiving so many calls that some can’t even get through. The round-the-clock call center opened last week as part of a new investigation by Attorney General Gurbir Grewal. Fred Marigliano says it took him more than 50 years to speak out about being abused by his priest when he was 11-years-old. “All I wanted to do was not be raped again,” he told CBS2. “Sometimes I still have nightmares.” His sobering story was told to a crowd that included Cardinal Joseph Tobin at Newark’s CathedralBasilica of the Sacred Heart on Friday. On Saturday, he called it in to Grewal’s office via the hotline that’s been slammed virtually nonstop with calls from other survivors. “It rang maybe 10 times,” survivor Joe Capozzi said. “It hung up and a message came up saying we’re unable to take your call.” Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro released a grand jury report last month which alleged there’s more than 1,000 victims of sexual abuse by more than 300 RomanCatholic priests in the state over the past seven decades. Soon after, Grewal created the hotline to identify potential victims in New Jersey. He wouldn’t discuss the exact number of calls coming in, but he did confirm the volume is so high it’s forced him to assign additional staff. Attorney Greg Gianforcaro says he’s interacted with at least 300 victims in New Jersey, and he thinks the state’s total number will most likely surpass Pennsylvania’s. “In 1958, New Jersey passed the charitable immunity legislation, that basically immunized this kind of abuse by religious clerics,” Gianforcaro said on Friday. “I think under these circumstances I believe that New Jersey was a safe haven for pedophile priests.” Survivors say the state’s statute of limitations has given them another reason to call. “We want you to go back and do away with the statute of limitations so these people… these people that raped us and raped our kids can pay the price,” Marigliano said. 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾 PedoGate PizzaGate SpiritCooking StopChildSexAbuse – regrann
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Clock, Friday, and Memes: New Hotline For Clergy Sex Abuse Claims Flooded SEPTEMBER 17,2018 AT 1:55PM Drudge Report Feed With Calls.. 11:08 Fred Marigliano Survivor Regrann from @freedom_faction – Thoughts? A hotline created to document reports of clergy sexabuse in NewJersey is receiving so many calls that some can’t even get through. The round-the-clock call center opened last week as part of a new investigation by Attorney General Gurbir Grewal. Fred Marigliano says it took him more than 50 years to speak out about being abused by his priest when he was 11-years-old. “All I wanted to do was not be raped again,” he told CBS2. “Sometimes I still have nightmares.” His sobering story was told to a crowd that included Cardinal Joseph Tobin at Newark’s CathedralBasilica of the Sacred Heart on Friday. On Saturday, he called it in to Grewal’s office via the hotline that’s been slammed virtually nonstop with calls from other survivors. “It rang maybe 10 times,” survivor Joe Capozzi said. “It hung up and a message came up saying we’re unable to take your call.” Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro released a grand jury report last month which alleged there’s more than 1,000 victims of sexual abuse by more than 300 RomanCatholic priests in the state over the past seven decades. Soon after, Grewal created the hotline to identify potential victims in New Jersey. He wouldn’t discuss the exact number of calls coming in, but he did confirm the volume is so high it’s forced him to assign additional staff. Attorney Greg Gianforcaro says he’s interacted with at least 300 victims in New Jersey, and he thinks the state’s total number will most likely surpass Pennsylvania’s. “In 1958, New Jersey passed the charitable immunity legislation, that basically immunized this kind of abuse by religious clerics,” Gianforcaro said on Friday. “I think under these circumstances I believe that New Jersey was a safe haven for pedophile priests.” Survivors say the state’s statute of limitations has given them another reason to call. “We want you to go back and do away with the statute of limitations so these people… these people that raped us and raped our kids can pay the price,” Marigliano said. 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾 PedoGate PizzaGate SpiritCooking StopChildSexAbuse – regrann

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