Sunday, March 28, 2010

SNAP Leader Speaks Out Following Arrest at Vatican

Members of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP) say they spent more time in an Italian jail this week than the late Fr. Lawrence Murphy did in his entire life.

Murphy is accused of sexually abusing up to 200 students at the St. John's School for the Deaf over several years.

SNAP Director Peter Isely and three members of that group were held for a couple of hours after holding a news conference without a permit outside St. Peter's Square in Rome Thursday.

They were talking about the sex scandal involving Father Murphy and possible connections to the current Pope.

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