Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Mexico Wants Children Abused by Catholic Priests

Mexico bans lawyer who sues church:
The government of Mexico has banned an American lawyer from entering their country after the lawyer sued the country's Roman Catholic Archbishop, claiming he conspired to protect pedophile priests.

The five-year exclusion order was issued in Mexico City against Jeffrey Anderson, known for his many lawsuits against the Catholic Church on behalf of victims of clergy sexual abuse.

That's nice. Maybe we can set up a Pedo-priest Protection Program, put 'em up in some villa someplace nice, let poor people send their male children to work in the villa, you know? As an added benefit, the glut of priests would help make sure that a high priest-to-sinner ratio is maintained.

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