Road to Recovery
DANGEROUS SERIAL SEXUAL ABUSER OF MALE AND FEMALE CHILDREN, TEENAGERS, THE DISABLED, AND VULNERABLE ADULTS,
PAUL R. SHANLEY,
DEFROCKED PRIEST OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF BOSTON, TO BE RELEASED FROM PRISON ON FRIDAY, JULY 28, 2017
VICTIMS, ADVOCATES, AND CONCERNED CITIZENS TO PROTEST THE DECISION OF THE MASSACHUSETTS CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM TO ALLOW PAUL SHANLEY TO BE FREE WHILE HIS VICTIMS AND THEIR FAMILIES CONTINUE TO SUFFER IRREPARABLE HARM
A demonstration to protest the release from a Massachusetts correctional facility of former Archdiocese of Boston priest and serial sexual abuser of children, teenagers, the disabled, and vulnerable adults,
PAUL R. SHANLEY
Friday, July 28, 2017 from 9:00 AM until Noon OR until the release of Paul Shanley
On the public sidewalk outside the Massachusetts Old Colony Correctional Facility. Demonstrators will gather at the corner of Administration Road and Titicut Street (for GPS purposes, the address is:
1 Administration Road, Bridgewater, MA 02324)
Members of Road to Recovery, Inc., a non-profit charity based in New Jersey that assists victims of sexual abuse and their families; victim/survivors of Paul R. Shanley and their family members; advocates, supporters; and, concerned citizens
Paul R. Shanley, former Archdiocese of Boston parish and “street” priest, who sexually abused dozens of children, teenagers, and adults during a many-decades reign of terror, has been deemed “fit” for release on Friday, July 28, 2017, from the Massachusetts Old Colony Correctional Facility in Bridgewater, MA after serving 12 years of a 15 year sentence. Paul Shanley, 86 years of age, will be monitored for 10 years by the Massachusetts Probation Department, but he will not be required to wear an ankle bracelet. Since he will not be electronically monitored, it is believed that he will continue to pose a threat to the public. Demonstrators will be present as Paul Shanley is driven away from the Old Colony Correctional Facility and they will remind Paul Shanley that his victims, their families, advocates, and concerned citizens will be especially vigilant in warning the citizenry about the danger posed by him, especially to male and female children, teenagers, the disabled, and vulnerable adults.
Robert M. Hoatson, Ph.D., Road to Recovery, Inc. -862-368-2800 – firstname.lastname@example.org
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