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Msgr. William Lynn persecution

Kudos: Family of Wrongly Convicted Msgr. Lynn Unloads on Injustice in Philly: ‘This Trial Was Not About Justice for Victims’

In a stunning episode last month, Pennsylvania's Supreme Court overturned a state's lower court ruling that Philadelphia's Msgr. William Lynn was wrongly convicted at a 2012 trial. Even though Msgr. Lynn was a Church chancery office official who had no direct contact with children whatsoever, Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams had charged Lynn in 2011 under a law that even his prejudiced predecessor (Lynne Abraham) did not believe applied to … [Read More]

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