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#327475 - 04/05/10 07:28 PM A priest fixer who quit his job and turned
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Registered: 11/08/09
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http://www.thisamericanlife.org/sites/all/play_music/play_full.php?play=404&podcast=1
The first story is about a priest who became a fixer for the church by accident and finally had to quit his vocation out of personal guilt and morals. He ended up finding the only job he could helping lawyers with sexual abuse cases. He provided the nomenclature for the records the lawyers needed to ask for. You see the church has it all but they won't admit it or give up info unless you somehow know exactly what to ask for. He became the somehow for many cases.
Its chilling to me that the whole thing about not getting what you ask for unless you ask for it exactly by a name they won't give you, is pretty much what I'm dealing with in getting help and records from NJ. Its creepy to me that the laity who work for the state are using the same sort of system and methods that the Church uses to hide its problems.
To let you all know I've got next to nothing from the state of NJ. None of it helps me in getting answers about my early life in custody.



Edited by kidneythis (04/05/10 07:31 PM)
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#328082 - 04/12/10 09:00 AM Re: A priest fixer who quit his job and turned [Re: kidneythis]
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(((kt)))

Thank you for sharing you journey, fellow traveler.

Keep up the search, you will succeed.

Respect the progress you have made, it will give you the strength you need to continue to success.

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