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Southern Baptist leader’s sexual abuse took ultimate toll on one area family

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This is the second in a series of stories about sexual abuse that took place within churches affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention. A recent independent report highlighted many cases.

One local family has been hit particularly hard by a new report concerning sexual abuse by clergy in ...

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  1. One thing a crooked immoral church possessed by the spirit of hell values more than it’s phony contrived reputation is it’s money :
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    “NATIONAL
    A New Jersey Catholic diocese agrees to pay $87.5M to settle sex abuse lawsuits
    April 20, 202211:15 AM ET”
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    A small consolation for it’s immoral suffering afflicted on children , but How has this church not been made bankrupt for it’s sanctioned injustice ?

  2. This family was abused by a predator and then again by the church leadership. The church leaders deserve more than shame- criminal charges should be filed. A large financial assessment needs to be made to the affected families though that will in no way atone for the crimes.

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