If church leaders had taken action in the wake of Father Thomas Adamson’s first admission that he sexually abused a young boy, Jim Keenan would likely never have met him, much less ended up one of the priest’s dozens of victims.
Tunheim’s conclusions carry some weight, considering that he has been, for almost two decades, chair of a special board that reviewed all records relating to the assassination.
What with Facebook mining every bit of wit and wisdom we post online, Google Earth spying on our backyard doings, and now the NSA sucking up information on cell phone calls and emails like a Dyson DC41, Americans could be forgiven if we started wearing tinfoil hats to try to keep our thoughts to ourselves.
With 118 of 119 precincts reporting, Hodges had 36 percent of first-round votes, and Andrew had nearly 25 percent.
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How is anything going to change if everyone remains anonymous?
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Children do not wear badges that say “My mom drinks all the time.
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