Tuesday, February 28, 2017

23rd lawsuit filed against Catholic church for claims of sex abuse

http://www.aganaarch.org/wp-content/uploads/logo-50years.pngThe Archdiocese of Agana is now facing $115 million from 23 different sex abuse lawsuits filed against them. 
Yet another sex abuse lawsuit has been filed against the Catholic church and once again former Guam priest Father Louis Brouillard is named as the perpetrator.

The latest accuser is former resident 53-year-old Morgan Wade Paul, who served as an altar boy in the 1970s. 

Paul says the sexual abuse happened when he was around 10 to 11 years old and while he was a part of the Boy Scouts. 

In addition to a priest, Brouillard was also the Scout Master for the Boy Scouts on Guam.

Paul says the abuse happened when he was trying to earn his swimming merit badge. 

Brouillard would force Paul to strip naked, tread water and then molest him in the water, the complaint states.

Like the 22 others before him, Paul is also seeking $5 million in damages from the Archdiocese of Agana which is now facing a total of $115 million in civil sex abuse claims.

You can read the Paul's lawsuit by clicking on the file below.

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