Thursday, 22 October 2009

Diocese Uses Chapter 11 to Hide Kiddie Fiddling

The US Roman Catholic diocese of Wilmington is attempting to delay the start of a paedophile sex abuse trial yet again with a last ditch bankruptcy move to file for Chapter 11 protection since a celebrated deviant clergy / kiddie fiddling scandal erupted in Boston in 2002

Now the Catholic diocese in Delaware has filed for federal bankruptcy protection on the eve of a civil trial in a high-profile choirboy groping pederast case.

The bankruptcy filing, which automatically delays the case, is the seventh time the diocese has filed for Chapter 11 protection since the nationwide scandal erupted several years ago over sex abuse allegations against Catholic clergy in the bumboy’s paradise of Boston.

"This is a painful decision for anyone with haemorrhoids or an enlarged prostate," Fr. Salvatore Deviante, the bishop of St. Sodoms Church, stated on his diocese website.
The dodgy deviant Bishop claims the decision was made "after the most careful consideration and consultation with my close advisers and fellow perverts that we have no other choice if we’re ever going to keep a lid on this scandal".

Ms. Sue Fleecem, a lawyer representing four score and eight of the alleged victims, described the bankruptcy filing as a desperate effort to hide the truth from the public and conceal the thousands of pages of scandalous documents and homosexual kiddie porno photos from being made public in court.

"This filing is the latest, sad chapter in the diocese's decades-long cover-up of these despicable crimes, to maintain the secrecy surrounding its responsibility and complicity in the sexual abuse of hundreds of Catholic children," Ms. Fleecem opined to the Pederasts Gazette.

More than 100 lawsuits were filed this summer, four of which were settled when the claimants were threatened with excommunication if they pushed their abuse claims in court.

Lawyers negotiated throughout yesterday trying to reach a settlement, but failed.

Dioceses in Hawaii, Iowa, Tel Aviv, Portland, Oregon, San Diego, Washington DC and Arizona have also sought bankruptcy protection since 2002 due paedophilia charges brought against priests – with the San Diego Chapter 11 application being dismissed with extreme prejudice after the Bishop turned up at the hearing in his official Rolls Royce outfitted with the personalised registration plate of K4T 4M1T E.

More than 20 plaintiffs alone have filed lawsuits against Francisco De La Sodometti, a former priest who served for 35 years in Delaware until he died of complications from infections of gonorrhea, syphillis, galloping knob rot, scrotum mange and HIV/AIDS last year.

Sodometti was defrocked by the church and his stock of blessed KY Jelly confiscated after being jailed in 2007 in New York for repeatedly molesting a neighbour’s poodle.

Barbara Buggeroff, the head of the advocacy group Survivors Network of Those Shagged up the Ass by Priests, ventured to Fux News that the church had all the resources it needed to take care of victims, and claimed the bankruptcy filing was a way of hiding the truth and preventing the full exposure of the scandal.

The Wilmington diocese has – to date - paid out more than $6.2m (£3.8m) since 2002 to settle sexual abuse lawsuits filed against its paedophile sodomite priests.

This year the US Conference of Catholic Bishops admitted to the Catamites Gazette that the church had paid more than $2.6 billion in settlements and related expenses since 1950.

Now, in anyone’s book that’s quite a sum of money to be forking out to compensate the sins of kiddie-fiddling priests who couldn’t keep their vows of celibacy - nor their dirty deviant pederast fingers off choirboy’s asses.

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