SOL WINDOW NOW OPEN (2013-2016)
RE: Hearing on Minnesota Senate Bill 534 and House Bill 681, Sexual abuse civil actions limitation period modification (Wednesday, March 6, 2013 – 8:15AM)
Unconstitutional for fed BR to unilaterally alter state SOLs
Local View: Catholic Church must confront legacy of abuse
A Minnesota bankruptcy judge agreed to give the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis and alleged victims of clergy sexual abuse more time to negotiate the terms of a settlement, but the two sides remain at odds of over the proposed deadline by which victims must file claims in order to be compensated. […]
SOLs mean some victims get justice and some none
The St. Paul-Minneapolis archdiocese has reopened the case of a retired priest accused of sexual abuse in the 1970s it has already twice cleared of sexual misconduct.
institutions are only concerned if they let children be put at risk and there are lots of victims. And legislators should protect them because….?
More good developments for protection of kids from SOL reform in MN
Bottled up cases let loose through SOL reform and accountability starts
More than 40 lawsuits have been filed since then under the new Minnesota Child Victim’s Act, implicating at least 30 Catholic priests in child sex crimes.
The clergy sex abuse lawsuit against the Twin Cities archdiocese headed northwest Monday, when documents related to child abuse by five monks at St. John’s Abbey in Collegeville, Minn., were released and a lawsuit was filed to pry open the abbey’s files. The letters and internal memos were among the thousands of pages of documents the Archdiocese […]