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Catholic Priests, Pastors and Clergy Members in San Jose, California, Are Finally Being Held Accountable For Unreported Abuse
There’s simply no way to know just how many San Jose, California, priests, monks, deacons, and lay people are accused of abusing young victims; however, the latest reports from a variety of credible sources are shining a light on just how serious the issue has become.
San Jose, California, victims and their families are now urged to file cases in a court of law for compensation primarily because many of these San Jose institutional leaders were aware of these abuses and chose not to report them to authorities.
Over 6,800 members of the Catholic Church have been accused of abuses to underage members dating back several decades–and, these perpetrators have gone largely unnoticed in an attempt to save the reputation of the Church and avoid complex legal processes.
Many of those adults responsible were hidden from identification and passed on to San Jose, California, left to repeat their abuses over and over again against young victims and their families.
Those victims that were abused by these San Jose, California, institutions are now encouraged to request a free, private case evaluation by a qualified attorney, with the potential to file a claim that could include compensation.
More than ever before, now is the proper time to take action because:
- Many victims are given the opportunity to tell their stories
- Church and organization leadership are more ready to reveal abusers
- The statute of limitations have been lifted in many cases
Reports paint an alarming pattern of abuse of young victims by San Jose, California, clergy, church officials, and other institutional leaders.
There’s simply no way to know for sure just how many San Jose, California, priests, monks, deacons, and lay people are accused of abusing young victims; however, recent reports from a variety of credible news sources are bringing these issues to light.
NBC News has revealed the following shocking statistics in several reports on the issue:
- Dioceses and religious orders so far have revealed more than 5,100 clergy members are involved sexual abuses of minors to various degrees
- The AP revealed that they have been seeking nearly 2,000 perpetrators who remain alive to determine where they have been living and working
- Around 1,700 priests and other clergy members are living with little to no oversight from religious authorities or law enforcement in various cities across the country, including San Jose
- Hundreds of those perpetrators on the list still hold positions of trust in institutions and organizations with access to children–and, there are at least 76 on that list who could not be located
According to the Washington Post: “Sexual abuse is notoriously under-reported, especially when the victims are children unaware, or not fully cognizant, that what they have experienced is a crime.”
The Consumer Assistance Team believes that the young victims of San Jose, California priests, pastors, clergy, and institutional abuse should have the right to face these abusers in a court of law for justice and compensation.
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