He shows the lack of media coverage of the Milwaukee archdiocese knowingly covering up child sexual abuse for more than 80 years, while it demeaned and shamed Joe Paterno for making a report of suspected abuse to his superiors within 24 hours receiving it from Mike McQueary.
From the article:
On July 1, pursuant to a judge's court order as part of a bankruptcy settlement over law suits against the church by victims of church child sexual abuse,the Milwaukee archdiocese released online a trove of previously secret documents that chronicled in great detail and specificity, priest by priest, the wide spread, persistent child sexual abuse committed by priests in the Milwaukee archdiocese with the full knowledge of local church hierarchy that according to the documents, span more than 80 years.
This comes on the heels of over 30,000 pages of church documents from the Los Angeles archdiocese also released by court order, describing sexual abuse of children covered up and allowed to continue by the church.
The Milwaukee documents, like those in Los Angeles chronicle horrific and sordid detailed descriptions of child abuse including sodomy and rape that the church hierarchy knew about and did nothing to stop, remove or punish the priests involved.
But there is one thing missing from these disclosures and that is, there has not been so much as a word from any of the major news media outlets about these documents or their horrific contents or the gross and even criminal negligence of those who failed to report or stop the abuse. No headlines. No major news stories leading TV broadcasts on cable or network TV news. No outrage. None of the usual suspects who show up on cable news to debate controversial issues. No full page newspaper front page pictures with the word "Shame". Nothing.
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