Voice of Elmo Kevin Clash Cleared of Sex Abuse Charges Due to Statue of Limitations

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Seems strange that a sexual predator can get away with sexual abuse if too much time has passed between the time they have abused someone and the time it is reported.

via Hollywood Reporter

Clash, 53, was accused by multiple men of sexually abusing them over 10 years ago when they were minors. Multiple lawsuits were filed, but in July 2013, a New York judge said that the claims were made too late, as they were outside the state’s statute of limitations, which provides that a lawsuit has to be filed within six years of the event or three years after a plaintiff turns 21.

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[video] Bryan Singer’s Accuser May Have Opened Hollywood’s Pedophilia Pandora’s Box

So if this sexual abuse and pedophilia is going on in Hollywood, what is going on in the music industry? Promising young teenage boys movie roles in exchange for sex is a sick practice and these executives who participate in this behavior needed to be outed and charged as sexual predators and jailed.


X-Men director Bryan Singer is accused of drugging and anally raping Michael F. Egan III, who was allegedly underage at the time. And now Singer may have company in court.
Egan’s lawyer Jeff Herman, explained that he’s going to sue for three more incidents, saying, “I’m going to file three more lawsuits Monday in Hawaii alleging three other Hollywood insiders were participating in the abuses of Mike Egan.”
Meanwhile, Singer’s lawyer maintains that this case is total bunk, saying: “It is obvious that this case was filed in an attempt to get publicity at the time when Bryan’s new movie is about to open in a few weeks.”

[video] Philadelphia Priests face serious Sexual Abuse charges

So these sick perverts are at it again. There is something fatally wrong and devilish about the Catholic Church for this type of devious behavior to continue and then covered up by the Archdioceses. These priests need to be executed on site.

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via CNN

Attorneys said they will announce a new lawsuit Monday against the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, which has been the subject of a two-year grand jury investigation into claims officials ignored and covered up sex crimes against children.

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[video] Bombshell !!! One of Bishop Eddie Long’s Accuser Jamal Parris Speaks Publicly for the first Time

Bishop Eddie Long’s accuser Jamal Parris comes out and speaks publicly about the sexual abuse he suffered for years and sheds light on why he allowed the sexual abuse to continue for so long. This interview is really damaging and what is said is really sick if it turns out to be accurate. Everything he speaks about sounds exactly like what pedophiles due to their young victims.

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WTF? N.Y. Archbishop Praises Church’s Response to Sexual Abuse Charges


This guy is really off his rocker or smoking if he thinks their response has been good concerning the rampant pedophilia sexual abuse that seems to be the norm in Catholic churches.

AssociatedPress — April 04, 2010 — New York Catholic Archbishop Timothy Dolan says the church sex abuse scandal “belongs to all of us” and praises the church’s response to the crisis. (April 4)

Roman Catholic Church Battles More Sexual Abuse Charges

Have we not been down this road before? The Catholic Church is full of sick priests who prey on innocent children and why has not this been on every news channel as the lead story?

In this photo released by Vatican newspaper L'Osservatore Romano, Pope Benedict XVI, left, meets Archbishop Robert Zollitsch during an audience in his private library at the Vatican, Friday, March 12, 2010. Germany's top bishop has informed Pope Benedict XVI on cases of clerical sex abuse in the pontiff's native Germany and said the pope encouraged him to pursue the truth and assist the victims. Zollitsch said the pope was greatly dismayed and deeply moved as he was being briefed on the scandal during Friday's meeting at the Vatican. (AP Photo/Osservatore Romano)

via Yahoo

DUBLIN – It often starts as a voice in the wilderness, but can swell into an entire nation’s demand for truth. From Ireland to Germany, Europe’s many victims of child abuse in the Roman Catholic church are finally breaking social taboos and confronting the clergy to face its demons.

Ireland was the first in Europe to confront the church’s worldwide custom of shielding pedophile priests from the law and public scandal. Now that legacy of suppressed childhood horror is being confronted in other parts of the Continent — nowhere more poignantly than in Germany, the homeland of Pope Benedict XVI.

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