SNAP fears demand it turn over internal documents on victims could spread nationwide
Charlie talks about U.S. military downsizing, about clergy sexual abuse, about Operation Brightside and the planting of 500,000 bulbs along Mo. highways, and about why some people pay no federal income tax.
Clergy abuse group says opening up its secret files to court would violate trust with victims
SNAP Director David Clohessy, said last week’s order requiring it to turn over records to attorneys for the Rev. Michael Tierney is too broad.
David Clohessy, executive director of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, called the plan “ridiculous.”
“The idea that this letter is just being misunderstood is just ludicrous,” said David Clohessy
Picketing outside Marianists HQ.