The Missouri Supreme Court is expected to rule today whether or not the St. Louis Archdiocese must disclose two decades worth of sexual abuse allegations against its priests.
A Missouri appeals court ruled Friday that the Archdiocese of St. Louis did not have to release the names of priests accused of sexual abuse in the past 20 years as part of a lawsuit against the archdiocese.
The “Safe at Home” program, run by the Missouri Secretary of State, offers victims a mailing address they can use in public records.
A 17-year-old O’Fallon resident has been charged with child molestation while out on bond for previous molestation charges.
The bill would remove the statute of limitations – currently 20 years – for civil cases alleging child sexual abuse.
Alleged abuse occurred in the 1960’s.
Scott Edwards gets ten years in prison for sexually abusing women in drug court program.
The woman’s attorney, Ken Vuylsteke, says she was in her late 30s in 2010 when she spent several months at Castlewood for an eating disorder.