Monday, June 28, 2010


Severo golpe al cinismo e hipocresía de la cúpula jerárquica de El Vaticano y de sus subordinad@s criminales por comisión y por comisión por omisión...(sic)

L@s criminales psicosexuales disfrazad@s o agazapad@s tras sotanas e indumentaria religiosa deben ser más severamente perseguid@s, enjuiciad@s y condenad@s, pues l@s fieles inocentes que en ell@s confían suponen que son realmente garantes de moral intachable...

Lástima que esas buenas noticias sólo reposarán en el tintero de don José Saramago...


Corte Suprema de EU rechaza inmunidad del Vaticano en caso de pedofilia

Negó una apelación sobre la inmunidad, en un caso que permite que los sacerdotes acusados de pederastia en Estados Unidos sean juzgados.

Publicado: 28/06/2010 09:56

Washington. La Corte Suprema de Estados Unidos rechazó este lunes una apelación sobre la inmunidad del Vaticano, en un caso que permite que los sacerdotes acusados de pedofilia en Estados Unidos sean juzgados.

(En un momento más información)

“Critica el Vaticano cateos de policía belga a episcopado en pesquisa sobre pedofilia”

“US Supreme Court deals pedophilia blow for Vatican

(AFP) – 1 hour ago

WASHINGTON — The US Supreme Court declined Monday to hear an appeal by the Vatican in a landmark case that opens the way for priests in the United States to stand trial for pedophilia.

Allowing a federal appeals court ruling to stand, the decision means Vatican officials including theoretically Pope Benedict XVI could face questioning under oath related to a litany of child sex abuse cases.

The Supreme Court effectively confirmed the decision of an appellate court to lift the Vatican's immunity in the case of an alleged pedophile priest in the northwestern state of Oregon.

The Oregon case, which was filed in 2002, does not directly address questions raised in a separate lawsuit in Kentucky alleging that US bishops are employees of the Holy See.

In recent months, large-scale pedophilia scandals have rocked the Roman Catholic Church in a number of countries, including Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Pope Benedict XVI's native Germany and the United States.

Senior clerics have been accused of protecting the priests involved by moving them to other parishes -- where they sometimes offended again -- instead of handing them over to civil authorities for prosecution.

The pope, who has himself faced allegations he covered up the scandal, has repeatedly said priests and religious workers guilty of child abuse should answer for their crimes in courts of law.

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"Saramago y los niños"

Ricardo Rocha



"El resistirse a lo irresistible no siempre fortalece a quienes se creen irresistibles, sí, a aquell@s que ‘no mandan obedeciendo a sus mandantes’… Fideiius.

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