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Lee Camp: 'Thinking Of Reporting A Vatican Sex Crime?'

This is your Moment of Clarity #252: Thinking of reporting a Vatican sex crime? Now, it's illegal!


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This is your Moment of Clarity #252: Thinking of reporting a Vatican sex crime? Now, it's illegal!

Before It's News:

"This is one way to clean up your act. It seems the Catholic Church has had enough publicity regarding sexual abuse. So, rather than crack down on sexual predators within its ranks, the new pope has just made it illegal to report sex crimes against children. So while sexual abuse is still technically a crime, it is illegal to report it. Huh? Heads up priests– open season on little boys– have at it! Read the full article or watch the video below and then go throw up."

Via:

"Few eyebrows were raised last week when Pope Francis brought the Vatican’s legal system up to date by criminalizing leaks of official information and formalizing laws against sex crimes. But now that the laws have been made public, a closer look revealed that the pope has made it illegal to report sex crimes against children."

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Keep fighting,

Lee

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