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Vati Leaks Pope John Paul II's international paedophile ring of Catholic priests

 
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VATI-LEAKS WORLD EXCLUSIVE: [link to www.vatileaks.com]

An extract from a new manuscript by Tony Bushby called,
'The Pope Who Fooled the World Ö Blessed John Paul II'

©Tony Bushby 2009-2011

The Catholic Church reveals itself as a haven for sexual predators

Almost every day across the world there is a new accusation of child sex abuse or yet another court case filed against a paedophile Catholic priest. These horrors of violence continue to haunt the Vatican with every sign of increasing, and many of the allegations stemmed from Pope John Paul II's 27-year reign. During this time, thousands of family members were called upon to help victims cope with a callous and even malicious Vatican system, while John Paul II caressed, protected and promoted one of Catholicism's worst child abusers, Fr. Marciel Maciel Degollado. In the outrage that followed the Pope's beatification in Vatican City on May 1st, 2011, Boston Globe reporter Kevin Cullen extended the view that Blessed John Paul II 'presided over a church that was guilty of one of the biggest institutional cover-ups of criminal activity in history'. He added that, 'Priests were raping children all over the world with impunity', and by studying the growing evidence, we can see the accuracy of Kevin Cullen's statements. The explosion of the scandal rocked Ireland, Australia, Germany, Chile, Alaska, New Zealand, Sweden, Haiti, Holland, Poland, England, Italy, the Caribbean, Kenya, Switzerland, Croatia, France, Norway, Nigeria, South Africa, Austria, Belgium and Brazil, where 1700 priests were accused of raping and sodomizing children. Abuse compensation claims have been filed against the Catholic Church in almost every province in Canada, and in May, 2011, and for the first time in its 50-year history, Amnesty International, the world's largest human rights organization, named the Vatican in its annual global report for neglecting its obligations relating to the protection of children. As the paedophile scandal continues to spread, Asian bishops recently announced that they will hold a symposium on 'The Impact of Pedophilia' in the Catholic Church in November, 2011, confessing that abusive priests are not only the 'problem of the West', but also large-scale child abuse crimes are also emerging across the entire





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