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Lex Filipowski Filed Complaint

The above PDF file is a written, verified complaint from the attorneys representing Lexington Filipowski against the Archdiocese of New York.

Man Seeks to Sue Oholei Torah of Brooklyn

Related to Sexual Abuse by Rabbi Who Escaped Criminal Prosecution in Florida Experienced NYPD Commanding Officer Says Internal Reporting Perilous WHAT: A sidewalk press conference where advocate for survivors of sexual abuse Asher Lovy and attorneys of a man identified as Anonymous RS will demand reform of the Educational Institute Oholei Torah of Brooklyn’s practice…
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Press Release on Fr. Edmund Netter’s Alleged Sexual Abuse

For a PDF version of the Noaker Law Firm’s press release regarding the filing of 3 lawsuits alleging sexual abuse of young girls by Fr. Edmund Netter, please click the link below.

Rally In Front of New York County Supreme Court Courthouse

We take it seriously when we tell you and all survivors that “YOU ARE NOT ALONE.”  We are having a rally to connect survivors and to support to each other.We are having a rally for survivors of sexual abuse in front of the New York County Supreme Court Courthouse located at 60 Centre Street, New York, New York 10007 on Wednesday,…
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Rape victim files civil suit

(Ellsworth, Maine – July 24, 2019) by Jennifer Osborn – Ellsworth American ELLSWORTH — Attorneys for an intellectually disabled Stonington woman who was raped by her bus driver have brought a civil action against those they say were responsible for the woman’s care while she was being transported. The complaint names Down East Community Partners Inc., Logisticare Solutions, LLC,…
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Stonington Woman With Special Needs Files Lawsuit Related to Sexual Assault

(Ellsworth, Maine)  A special-needs woman from Stonington filed a lawsuit on July 17, 2019 for injuries she suffered when her bus driver sexually assaulted her while transporting her from her program for vulnerable adults.  According to a Complaint filed in Hancock County Superior Court in Ellsworth by attorney John Z. Steed, bus driver Van Stevens…
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3-28-2019 Press Conference

March 28, 2019 Press Conference Exposing Bishop Theodore McCarrick’s interstate transfer of pedophile priest Fr. Romano Ferraro to the Diocese of Metuchen, New Jersey. Conference in front of St. John Vianney parish in Colonia, New Jersey. Speakers are SNAP NJ Director Mark Crawform and abuse Attorney Patrick Noaker. More News: Sexually abusive priest sent to…
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Media Advisory

Attorney and sexual abuse Survivor Advocate expose Cardinal (then Bishop) Theodore McCarrick’s interstate transfer of pedophile priest Fr. Romano Ferraro Known serial predator priest Father Romano Ferraro, a priest originally of the Brooklyn Diocese was transferred to NJ parish after his abuses were already known to church officials and was not listed on the Metuchen Diocese…
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Media Advisory

Known serial predator priest Father Romano Ferraro, a priest originally of the Brooklyn Diocese was transferred to NJ parish after his abuses were already known to church officials and was not listed on the Metuchen Diocese listing of credibly accused priests. He was repeatedly transferred to Diocese in Florida, The Phillipines, West Virginia, Carolinas, and NJ where…
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Child Sexual Abuse Lawsuits Against Diocese of Lafayette Indiana and Fr. James Grear

There are currently three (3) lawsuits currently pending against the Diocese of Lafayette Indiana, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel parish and Fr. James Grear relating to childhood sexual abuse by Grear. John Doe 1 v. The Roman Catholic Diocese of Lafayette0in-Indiana, Inc., Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Fr. James J. Grear et al. John Doe…
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02-16-2019 Statement of James Grein

Statement of James Grein (Sexual abuse victim of Cardinal Theodore McCarrick)For years I have suffered, as many others have, at the hands of Theodore McCarrick.  It is with profound sadness that I have had to participate in the canonical trial of my abuser. Nothing can give me back my childhood and I have not taken…
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