St. Paul police reopen investigation into priest, child porn

  • Article by: TONY KENNEDY , Star Tribune
  • Updated: October 8, 2013 - 11:17 PM

Officials cite new information for the move, which could put the archbishop under deeper scrutiny.

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fauxboOct. 8, 13 2:18 PM

Thank you Ms. Haselberger for standing your ground to the Archdiocese "leaders" and sharing your story with MPR.

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parn0015Oct. 8, 13 3:14 PM

Anything they got off those discs would be completely inadmissable in court. The chain of evidence for the images was completely obliterated. - Also, a lot of girls look young at 18/19 and any videos of them are completely legal. If the thousands of images and videos have already been reviewed by several people and there is nothing blatantly illegal, that probably means there is nothing illegal there.

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markapOct. 8, 13 3:27 PM

Past abuse, coverup, lies, and sullying the reputations of those who expose them are the best indicators of future behavior. By their fruits you will know them!

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markinatorOct. 8, 13 3:37 PM

Nienstedt will eventually be held accountable for his role in these matters, and not soon enough. Laird, second in command to Nienstedt, resigned. Why indeed! When these people, supposedly "called" to their line of work, resign, we can wager a solid bet that it's not for the stated reasons. Pope Benedict was implicated in the butler scandal that threatened the Vatican. That's why he resigned --- if the scandal failed to go away, then attention to the resigned pope would draw it off of the church. Upon his resignation, the scandal quickly died out. Massive payola from the Vatican to Italian investigators makes much more sense than the pope quitting because he's tired, the first pope to do so in 600+ years.

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weewillyOct. 8, 13 3:38 PM

When will the Catholic Church finally realize that trying to cover things up is a fool's bargain?

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bigbear815Oct. 8, 13 3:42 PM

When will Catholic leaders learn that it is not appropriate to have sex with children? Why is this so hard to get them to understand.

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