Deceased Priests Accused of Sexual Abuse
The Attorney General's office also released 113 pages of supporting documentation
on the accusations. This documentation comprises investigative material
from the attorney general's files. Allegations against each priest are
described on a standard form, followed in most cases by investigative
materials documenting the accusations. These are not diocesan files, although
information from the diocese's files is occasionally reflected here. For
more information on the release of the names and the supporting documentation,
On July 8, 2005, the Office of the Attorney General released an additional 23 pages of supporting materials inadvertently omitted from the first document production because of a filing error.
BishopAccountability.org has obtained copies of the supporting documentation
released by the attorney general and posted the two document productions.
"Redaction of the names and other identifying information of persons
named in the records other than the deceased priests" was ordered
by the court. We have done some additional redactions (marked with an
open box) to ensure the confidentiality of the alleged victims.
We remind our readers that this is a list of accused priests, not a list of priests convicted of sexual abuse. BishopAccountability.org makes no representation regarding the truth or accuracy of the allegations documented in these investigative files.
Document Production of May 27, 2005
Document Production of July 8, 2005
document production comprises a cover letter by Leanne Robbin, Chief
of the Financial Crimes & Civil Rights section of the Office of the
Attorney General, and 23 pages of documents, paginated 000114-000136,
alleging sexual abuse by:
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