A woman claimed in a 1991 or 1992 of lawsuit of abuse as a child by Sister Agnes, a teacher at the girl’s elementary school, Immaculate Heart of Mary in San Antonio. The girl allegedly told at least two priests, both Claretians, during confessions at the time of the abuse. She claims she repressed her memories until an injury and subsequent CAT scan in early 1990. The suit was filed within two years of 1990 but lower court dismissed. Appeals court affirmed the dismissal it in 2/94.
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