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          For transparency, San Bernardino diocese lists priests credibly accused of sex abuse      Cache   Translate Page      

San Bernardino, Calif., Oct 9, 2018 / 03:01 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- A list of 34 priests credibly accused of abuse in recent decades was released Monday by the Diocese of San Bernardino. The local bishop has apologized to victims and said the failure to protect children has led to “new awareness” about the “terrible scourge” of sex abuse.

“When we read this list we are pained to think of the many lives that were impacted by the sinful and unlawful acts of those priests who committed them,” Bishop Gerald Barnes of San Bernardino said. “Some will recognize names on this list, more will recognize the parish communities where they served. It makes this crisis more local to us, and may increase our feelings of sadness and outrage.”

He encouraged victims of sex abuse by a Church minister or those who know victims of such sex abuse to “please come forward and report it.” He offered his apologies and deepest regrets to the victims of those listed and to the Catholic faithful, “who have been scandalized by this shameful chapter in our Church’s history.”

“Apologies, at this point, can seem hollow and I regret that because I can imagine how painful this has been in the lives of many victims,” Bishop Barnes said. “Still, I do want to state my sincere apology.”

The list, released Oct. 8, draws from diocesan records and files documenting abuse reports made to diocesan personnel. The records include follow-up reports to priests and Diocesan Review Board discussions.

In the most recent cases, credibility of an accusation was determined by the Diocesan Review Board. In older cases, credibility was determined from facts reported by diocesan personnel at the time of the accusation, an admission from a priest, or from police or legal documents.

The diocese characterized the list as a “good faith effort” to “disclose the names of all priests with credible allegations.” Any additional credible allegations in the future will be added to the list. The latest allegation is from 2014, which was reported to child welfare authorities. Of those priests listed, 29 of the 34 names are “already in the public domain.”

John Andrews, communications director for the San Bernardino diocese, said those six not previously named had been reported to the police, but hadn’t been reported in the press nor were letters read to the faithful about these priests. He said the diocese had responded to the allegations responsibly.

Six of the priests on the list have been convicted in criminal court. All but one priest on the list have been dismissed from the clerical state, permanently banned from ministry in the diocese, or have died.

The whereabouts of the one priest who left the diocese in 1993, Paul Nguyen, are unknown. He had been incardinated in the Diocese of Oslo and served at St. Francis de Sales in Riverside from 1992-1993. The allegations against him were made known to the diocese in February 1993. He was also suspended and reported to the police.

Before 1978, the territory of the diocese was part of the Diocese of San Diego, which has released a similar list. Credibly accused priests who served in parishes of San Bernardino or Riverside counties from before that time are included on the San Bernardino diocese’s list.

There are presently about 1.6 million Catholics in the diocese out of a population of 4.9 million. About 1,900 priests have served in the diocese’s territory.

Andrews told CNA the list represents “a painful, tragic chapter in the history of the diocese.”

“We make no excuses for the actions of these men,” he said. “They are reprehensible actions and they are not consistent with what the Catholic faith is all about, about how we are to treat each other as human beings, especially as it relates to caring for children.”

He said the list’s release will create “raw, painful feelings,” especially for victims. “We stand ready to listen to them, to try to help them in their healing process with our action and our prayer.”

Bishop Barnes reflected on the effects of the sex abuse scandal.

“While we will always bear the mark of this scandal, our failure to protect children in earlier years has ultimately led us to a new awareness and an illumination of this terrible scourge on all of society,” he said, citing Christ's words in the Gospel of Luke: “there is nothing hidden that will not become visible, and nothing secret that will not be known and come to light.”

The bishop noted that since 2002 six priests have been credibly accused of sexual abuse of a minor. Of these, three were alleged to have committed an act of abuse since that year, while the other three alleged abuse incidents took place before 2002.

The bishop emphasized the diocese’s work since 2002, including its adoption of a “zero tolerance” policy for clergy with credible allegations of abuse and its close work with law enforcement in “all reports of abuse.”

Fingerprinting and extensive background checks are now mandatory for all clergy and lay employees of the diocese, and all diocesan ministers must take part in training to recognize and prevent the sexual abuse of children.

The diocese also established the Diocesan Office of Child and Youth Protection to ensure safe environment policies and pastoral code of conduct are followed.

The list’s release was prompted by the release of a Pennsylvania grand jury report covering a 70-year period across six dioceses in the state. The report alleged more than 300 priests had sexually abused over 1,000 children in that time frame.

Andrews said much of the abuse took place in the more distant past. He noted that only six credible cases had been reported in the last 16 years, compared to 28 cases in the previous 24 years. He said there has been more education about sex abuse and current diocesan response is “very solid.”

He said the diocese has adopted habits to encourage transparency and accountability, such as releasing the list of accused clergy.

“I think the Church is in a crisis that calls us to a greater level of openness, and we are hoping making the information public in this way will help the healing process for victims first and foremost and also for the Catholic faithful of our diocese as a whole,” he said.

“When we have an allegation that’s credible, we go to the parishes where that priest was, we announce that there is an allegation, and if anybody has been abused by this person, (ask them) to come forward,” he said.


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          For transparency, San Bernardino diocese lists priests credibly accused of sex abuse      Cache   Translate Page      

San Bernardino, Calif., Oct 9, 2018 / 03:01 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- A list of 34 priests credibly accused of abuse in recent decades was released Monday by the Diocese of San Bernardino. The local bishop has apologized to victims and said the failure to protect children has led to “new awareness” about the “terrible scourge” of sex abuse.

“When we read this list we are pained to think of the many lives that were impacted by the sinful and unlawful acts of those priests who committed them,” Bishop Gerald Barnes of San Bernardino said. “Some will recognize names on this list, more will recognize the parish communities where they served. It makes this crisis more local to us, and may increase our feelings of sadness and outrage.”

He encouraged victims of sex abuse by a Church minister or those who know victims of such sex abuse to “please come forward and report it.” He offered his apologies and deepest regrets to the victims of those listed and to the Catholic faithful, “who have been scandalized by this shameful chapter in our Church’s history.”

“Apologies, at this point, can seem hollow and I regret that because I can imagine how painful this has been in the lives of many victims,” Bishop Barnes said. “Still, I do want to state my sincere apology.”

The list, released Oct. 8, draws from diocesan records and files documenting abuse reports made to diocesan personnel. The records include follow-up reports to priests and Diocesan Review Board discussions.

In the most recent cases, credibility of an accusation was determined by the Diocesan Review Board. In older cases, credibility was determined from facts reported by diocesan personnel at the time of the accusation, an admission from a priest, or from police or legal documents.

The diocese characterized the list as a “good faith effort” to “disclose the names of all priests with credible allegations.” Any additional credible allegations in the future will be added to the list. The latest allegation is from 2014, which was reported to child welfare authorities. Of those priests listed, 29 of the 34 names are “already in the public domain.”

John Andrews, communications director for the San Bernardino diocese, said those six not previously named had been reported to the police, but hadn’t been reported in the press nor were letters read to the faithful about these priests. He said the diocese had responded to the allegations responsibly.

Six of the priests on the list have been convicted in criminal court. All but one priest on the list have been dismissed from the clerical state, permanently banned from ministry in the diocese, or have died.

The whereabouts of the one priest who left the diocese in 1993, Paul Nguyen, are unknown. He had been incardinated in the Diocese of Oslo and served at St. Francis de Sales in Riverside from 1992-1993. The allegations against him were made known to the diocese in February 1993. He was also suspended and reported to the police.

Before 1978, the territory of the diocese was part of the Diocese of San Diego, which has released a similar list. Credibly accused priests who served in parishes of San Bernardino or Riverside counties from before that time are included on the San Bernardino diocese’s list.

There are presently about 1.6 million Catholics in the diocese out of a population of 4.9 million. About 1,900 priests have served in the diocese’s territory.

Andrews told CNA the list represents “a painful, tragic chapter in the history of the diocese.”

“We make no excuses for the actions of these men,” he said. “They are reprehensible actions and they are not consistent with what the Catholic faith is all about, about how we are to treat each other as human beings, especially as it relates to caring for children.”

He said the list’s release will create “raw, painful feelings,” especially for victims. “We stand ready to listen to them, to try to help them in their healing process with our action and our prayer.”

Bishop Barnes reflected on the effects of the sex abuse scandal.

“While we will always bear the mark of this scandal, our failure to protect children in earlier years has ultimately led us to a new awareness and an illumination of this terrible scourge on all of society,” he said, citing Christ's words in the Gospel of Luke: “there is nothing hidden that will not become visible, and nothing secret that will not be known and come to light.”

The bishop noted that since 2002 six priests have been credibly accused of sexual abuse of a minor. Of these, three were alleged to have committed an act of abuse since that year, while the other three alleged abuse incidents took place before 2002.

The bishop emphasized the diocese’s work since 2002, including its adoption of a “zero tolerance” policy for clergy with credible allegations of abuse and its close work with law enforcement in “all reports of abuse.”

Fingerprinting and extensive background checks are now mandatory for all clergy and lay employees of the diocese, and all diocesan ministers must take part in training to recognize and prevent the sexual abuse of children.

The diocese also established the Diocesan Office of Child and Youth Protection to ensure safe environment policies and pastoral code of conduct are followed.

The list’s release was prompted by the release of a Pennsylvania grand jury report covering a 70-year period across six dioceses in the state. The report alleged more than 300 priests had sexually abused over 1,000 children in that time frame.

Andrews said much of the abuse took place in the more distant past. He noted that only six credible cases had been reported in the last 16 years, compared to 28 cases in the previous 24 years. He said there has been more education about sex abuse and current diocesan response is “very solid.”

He said the diocese has adopted habits to encourage transparency and accountability, such as releasing the list of accused clergy.

“I think the Church is in a crisis that calls us to a greater level of openness, and we are hoping making the information public in this way will help the healing process for victims first and foremost and also for the Catholic faithful of our diocese as a whole,” he said.

“When we have an allegation that’s credible, we go to the parishes where that priest was, we announce that there is an allegation, and if anybody has been abused by this person, (ask them) to come forward,” he said.


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Les membres de Nirvana se sont réunis pour un concert surprise au festival Cal Jam des Foo Fighters à San Bernardino en Californie…
          Riverside woman killed in hit-and-run in San Bernardino      Cache   Translate Page      
No arrests have been made in the death of Chrystal Lanae Murray, 42.
          Riverside woman killed in hit-and-run in San Bernardino      Cache   Translate Page      
No arrests have been made in the death of Chrystal Lanae Murray, 42.
          Person struck in Los Angeles by Metrolink train to San Bernardino      Cache   Translate Page      
The pedestrian was trespassing in a fenced-off area between Union Station and Cal State LA.
          Why these San Bernardino middle schoolers will be standing while they learn      Cache   Translate Page      
Teachers at Cesar Chavez Middle School won a $100,000 grant to buy new desks that students will use in four periods: history, science, math and English/language arts.
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Foo Fighter memberikan kejutan kepada para penonton festival Cal Jam 18 di San Manuel Amphitheater di San Bernardino, California, Amerika Serikat.
          Diocese Of San Bernardino Releases List Of Priests Accused Of Child Sexual Abuse Going Back 40 Years      Cache   Translate Page      
"In this difficult time, I want to be open, honest and accountable to the Catholic faith and to all people of goodwill," San Bernardino Diocese Bishop Gerald Barnes said.
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          California Diocese Suspends Priest Over Sex Allegation - U.S. News & World Report      Cache   Translate Page      

New York Post

California Diocese Suspends Priest Over Sex Allegation
U.S. News & World Report
A Roman Catholic diocese in Southern California has suspended a priest over what it calls a credible accusation that he committed sexual misconduct with a teenage girl in the early 1990s. Oct. 9, 2018, at 8:34 p.m.. California Diocese Suspends Priest ...
California diocese releases list of 34 priests accused of sex abuseNew York Post
Diocese of San Bernardino releases list of 34 priests accused of sexual abuse in past 40 yearsSan Bernardino County Sun

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          Revelan en EU lista de curas pederastas      Cache   Translate Page      
La diócesis Católica de San Bernardino, California, publicó una lista de 34 sacerdotes acusados de abuso sexual contra menores.
          For transparency, San Bernardino diocese lists priests credibly accused of sex abuse      Cache   Translate Page      

San Bernardino, Calif., Oct 9, 2018 / 03:01 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- A list of 34 priests credibly accused of abuse in recent decades was released Monday by the Diocese of San Bernardino. The local bishop has apologized to victims and said the failure to protect children has led to “new awareness” about the “terrible scourge” of sex abuse.

“When we read this list we are pained to think of the many lives that were impacted by the sinful and unlawful acts of those priests who committed them,” Bishop Gerald Barnes of San Bernardino said. “Some will recognize names on this list, more will recognize the parish communities where they served. It makes this crisis more local to us, and may increase our feelings of sadness and outrage.”

He encouraged victims of sex abuse by a Church minister or those who know victims of such sex abuse to “please come forward and report it.” He offered his apologies and deepest regrets to the victims of those listed and to the Catholic faithful, “who have been scandalized by this shameful chapter in our Church’s history.”

“Apologies, at this point, can seem hollow and I regret that because I can imagine how painful this has been in the lives of many victims,” Bishop Barnes said. “Still, I do want to state my sincere apology.”

The list, released Oct. 8, draws from diocesan records and files documenting abuse reports made to diocesan personnel. The records include follow-up reports to priests and Diocesan Review Board discussions.

In the most recent cases, credibility of an accusation was determined by the Diocesan Review Board. In older cases, credibility was determined from facts reported by diocesan personnel at the time of the accusation, an admission from a priest, or from police or legal documents.

The diocese characterized the list as a “good faith effort” to “disclose the names of all priests with credible allegations.” Any additional credible allegations in the future will be added to the list. The latest allegation is from 2014, which was reported to child welfare authorities. Of those priests listed, 29 of the 34 names are “already in the public domain.”

John Andrews, communications director for the San Bernardino diocese, said those six not previously named had been reported to the police, but hadn’t been reported in the press nor were letters read to the faithful about these priests. He said the diocese had responded to the allegations responsibly.

Six of the priests on the list have been convicted in criminal court. All but one priest on the list have been dismissed from the clerical state, permanently banned from ministry in the diocese, or have died.

The whereabouts of the one priest who left the diocese in 1993, Paul Nguyen, are unknown. He had been incardinated in the Diocese of Oslo and served at St. Francis de Sales in Riverside from 1992-1993. The allegations against him were made known to the diocese in February 1993. He was also suspended and reported to the police.

Before 1978, the territory of the diocese was part of the Diocese of San Diego, which has released a similar list. Credibly accused priests who served in parishes of San Bernardino or Riverside counties from before that time are included on the San Bernardino diocese’s list.

There are presently about 1.6 million Catholics in the diocese out of a population of 4.9 million. About 1,900 priests have served in the diocese’s territory.

Andrews told CNA the list represents “a painful, tragic chapter in the history of the diocese.”

“We make no excuses for the actions of these men,” he said. “They are reprehensible actions and they are not consistent with what the Catholic faith is all about, about how we are to treat each other as human beings, especially as it relates to caring for children.”

He said the list’s release will create “raw, painful feelings,” especially for victims. “We stand ready to listen to them, to try to help them in their healing process with our action and our prayer.”

Bishop Barnes reflected on the effects of the sex abuse scandal.

“While we will always bear the mark of this scandal, our failure to protect children in earlier years has ultimately led us to a new awareness and an illumination of this terrible scourge on all of society,” he said, citing Christ's words in the Gospel of Luke: “there is nothing hidden that will not become visible, and nothing secret that will not be known and come to light.”

The bishop noted that since 2002 six priests have been credibly accused of sexual abuse of a minor. Of these, three were alleged to have committed an act of abuse since that year, while the other three alleged abuse incidents took place before 2002.

The bishop emphasized the diocese’s work since 2002, including its adoption of a “zero tolerance” policy for clergy with credible allegations of abuse and its close work with law enforcement in “all reports of abuse.”

Fingerprinting and extensive background checks are now mandatory for all clergy and lay employees of the diocese, and all diocesan ministers must take part in training to recognize and prevent the sexual abuse of children.

The diocese also established the Diocesan Office of Child and Youth Protection to ensure safe environment policies and pastoral code of conduct are followed.

The list’s release was prompted by the release of a Pennsylvania grand jury report covering a 70-year period across six dioceses in the state. The report alleged more than 300 priests had sexually abused over 1,000 children in that time frame.

Andrews said much of the abuse took place in the more distant past. He noted that only six credible cases had been reported in the last 16 years, compared to 28 cases in the previous 24 years. He said there has been more education about sex abuse and current diocesan response is “very solid.”

He said the diocese has adopted habits to encourage transparency and accountability, such as releasing the list of accused clergy.

“I think the Church is in a crisis that calls us to a greater level of openness, and we are hoping making the information public in this way will help the healing process for victims first and foremost and also for the Catholic faithful of our diocese as a whole,” he said.

“When we have an allegation that’s credible, we go to the parishes where that priest was, we announce that there is an allegation, and if anybody has been abused by this person, (ask them) to come forward,” he said.


          Diocese Of San Bernardino Releases List Of Priests Accused Of Child Sexual Abuse Going Back 40 Years      Cache   Translate Page      
"In this difficult time, I want to be open, honest and accountable to the Catholic faith and to all people of goodwill," San Bernardino Diocese Bishop Gerald Barnes said.
          Nearly Three Years After Attack, 12/2 Victims Struggle To Get PTSD Treated Through Workers' Comp      Cache   Translate Page      
The Dec. 2nd, 2015 terrorist attack in San Bernardino left lasting scars on the city and the region, but it affected the survivors the most. Now, almost three years after the attack, KVCR taking an in-depth look at the survivors, their mental health, and their struggle to get treatment through workers’ comp. KVCR's Benjamin Purper has this special half-hour report. In January of 2018, over two years after the terror attack in San Bernardino that killed 14 people and wounded 22, the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors are voting on a 175,000 dollar contract to create a memorial for the victims. The supervisors approve the contract unanimously, without any problems – but then, the meeting opens to public comment. “It is fitting that such a memorial be established,” says Robert Fredericks, an insurance specialist who personally knows several of the victims. “However, that memorial will be tarnished for a generation in the living memories of those very survivors and families of the
          Flashlight and Video of Hero San Bernardino Sheriff will be on Display at the National Law Enforcement Museum      Cache   Translate Page      
ONTARIO, Calif., Oct. 10, 2018 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- The National Law Enforcement Museum will open to the public on October 13 in Washington D.C. and MAGLITE representatives and San Bernardino County Sheriff Lieutenant Jim Considine will be in attendance to experience this momentous occasion.
          Person struck, fatally injured in Los Angeles by Metrolink train on San Bernardino Line – San Bernardino County Sun      Cache   Translate Page      
San Bernardino County SunA person who entered an area where railroad tracks were fenced off in Los Angeles was struck and fatally injured by a Metrolink train on the San Bernardino Line on Tuesday, Oct. 9, officials said. Los Angeles County Fire Department personnel pronounced … and more …read more Source:: Los Angeles News By […]
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La diócesis Católica de San Bernardino, California, publicó una lista de 34 sacerdotes acusados de abuso sexual contra menores.
          Revelan en EU lista de curas pederastas      Cache   Translate Page      
La diócesis Católica de San Bernardino, California, publicó una lista de 34 sacerdotes acusados de abuso sexual contra menores.
          (USA-CA-San Bernardino) Manager, Asset Protection - Distribution      Cache   Translate Page      
**Overview** **Distribution Center Asset Protection Manager** is responsible for the management of all Loss Prevention, Shortage Control and Safety programs and personnel for the Distribution Center and associated facilities. Also provide support for the company’s Shortage Control programs, Risk Management, and overall business plan of achieving sales and profit objectives and providing exceptional Customer Services. To be successful, the Regional Loss Prevention Manager must be able to execute the following: **Duties and Responsibilities:** Oversees the Loss Prevention, Shortage Control and Safety programs for Distribution Center and associated facilities. Maintains acceptable levels of inventory shortage, maintains all systems and programs for maintaining physical security standards. In addition the position is responsible for the facility’s execution of safety standards and procedures in coordination with Corporate and Distribution Center Safety teams, including investigations and recovery of evidence to support incidents and claims. • Implements and monitors all Loss Prevention policies and procedures in order to detect and minimize criminal activity and assists in investigation initiation and follow up; implements proactive measures to combat theft and shrink through theft and shrink awareness programs. • Supervises trains and reviews performance of Loss Prevention Supervisors and Contract Uniformed Guards. Schedules, assigns and monitors the completion of assigned tasks to ensure all responsibilities are completed on time and within budget. • Contributes Loss Prevention expertise in the development and implementation of Supply Chain shortage plans. This includes working with Distribution Center management across multiple facilities and areas to develop strategies and tactics that are realistic, actionable, practical and measurable. • Actively promote partnership throughout all Distribution Center facilities to gain direct and anonymous tips to Loss Prevention and Management. Utilize information from tips and interviews to investigate and resolve internal theft, threats and other potential causes of loss. • Responsible for managing and completing audits, checklists and logs that document the completion and compliance levels of Loss Prevention, Shortage Control and Safety programs across multiple facilities within the West Coast Distribution operations. • Monitoring, reviewing and enforcing safety, health and environmental regulations. Ensures distribution center personnel adhere to local, state and federal regulations, and notifies Distribution Center and Corporate management of non-compliance and instances of risk requiring action. • Conducts accident investigations including review and follow up of accident investigation reports and develops methods for preventing additional accidents including proactive safety measures. Recovers and maintains evidence, statements and other materials necessary to the resolution of claims. • Coordinates monitors and maintains inspection records of all safety related equipment and alarm services. Ensures fire and intrusion equipment is operable. Ensures fire hazards are eliminated and conducts periodic drills and inspections to maintain fire and emergency readiness. • Directs and coordinates training for Distribution Center Associates in regard to Loss Prevention, Shortage Control and Safety. • Initiates and completes other duties assigned by Asset Protection department, Senior Management and Distribution Center Management. **Posting Number** _2018-68183_ **Location** _US-CA-San Bernardino_ **Address** _570 E. Mill ST_ **Zip Code** _92408_ **Position Type** _Regular Full-Time_ **Career Site Category** _Corporate_ **Position Category** _Supply Chain_ **Evergreen** _Yes_
          Person struck, fatally injured in Los Angeles by Metrolink train on San Bernardino Line – Inland Valley Daily Bulletin      Cache   Translate Page      
Inland Valley Daily BulletinA person who entered an area where railroad tracks were fenced off in Los Angeles was struck and fatally injured by a Metrolink train on the San Bernardino Line on Tuesday, Oct. 9, officials said. Los Angeles County Fire Department personnel pronounced … and more …read more Source:: Los Angeles News By […]
          Person struck, fatally injured in Los Angeles by Metrolink train on San Bernardino Line – San Bernardino County Sun      Cache   Translate Page      
San Bernardino County SunA person who entered an area where railroad tracks were fenced off in Los Angeles was struck and fatally injured by a Metrolink train on the San Bernardino Line on Tuesday, Oct. 9, officials said. Los Angeles County Fire Department personnel pronounced … and more …read more Source:: Los Angeles News By […]
          UPDATE: State Route 18 (The Narrows) Full Closure      Cache   Translate Page      
Caltrans district 8 press release regarding "UPDATE: State Route 18 (The Narrows) Full Closure." Affects San Bernardino County from 10/10/18 to 10/14/18.
          'We Were A Stain On The County': San Bernardino Survivor Gets New Start In Arizona      Cache   Translate Page      
Julie Paez recently moved to Flagstaff, Arizona, to start over after being shot twice during a shooting at her office Christmas party in San Bernardino, California, in 2015.
          San Bernardino Santa Fe Depot      Cache   Translate Page      
San Bernardino, California.
Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe railway built San Bernardino‘s first permanent train depot in 1886 to meet the growing number of rail passengers and to house its Los Angeles division administrative and freight offices. This . . .

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          Prese due specialiste di furti in casa Colpi nel Nord Italia, l’ultimo a Bergamo      Cache   Translate Page      
Erano specializzate in furti in appartamento nel Nord Italia: la Polizia locale di Bergamo ha fermato le due ragazze in via San Bernardino.

Erano specializzate in furti in appartamento nel Nord Italia: la Polizia locale di Bergamo ha fermato due ragazze con precedenti per una serie di furti anche tra via Carducci e via Tironi in città. Per il Comando di via Coghetti si tratta del 38° e 39° arresto del 2018, quasi uno a settimana.

L’episodio risale a qualche giorno fa: intorno alle 10 del mattino la Centrale operativa della Polizia locale invia una pattuglia del Nucleo di sicurezza urbana in via Carducci 3. Un cittadino aveva segnalato che all’interno del condominio due donne e un uomo si aggiravano con atteggiamenti sospetti: la segnalazione non ha però avuto alcun riscontro. Nel frattempo una seconda pattuglia, richiamata in zona dalla comunicazione radio, passa in via San Bernardino: gli agenti notano due ragazze, che cercano di non farsi notare. Gli agenti le fermano e iniziano il controllo di rito: in quel momento un uomo si avvicina e riferisce di aver assistito a un tentato furto ai danni dell’appartamento dei suoi vicini in una palazzina di via San Bernardino 76, indicando come responsabili le due ragazze appena fermate, descrivendo chiaramente anche quali attrezzi avevano usato per scassinare la serratura.

Il testimone spiega che, mentre si stava preparando per andare al lavoro, dall’interno del suo appartamento ha sentito dei rumori, accorgendosi che la maniglia della propria porta d’ingresso si stava muovendo. Silenziosamente va allo spioncino e vede le due ragazze, mentre si armano di cacciavite, e cercano di forzare la porta. L’uomo ha allora chiamato il 112 per segnalare la cosa, mentre le due ragazze, dopo non essere riuscite a forzare la porta, si sono allontanate: il cittadino le ha tenute d’occhio alla finestra, finché non le ha viste fermate dalla Polizia Locale.

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In quel momento arriva in via San Bernardino anche l’altra pattuglia di Polizia locale: uno degli agenti sale al secondo piano della palazzina e constata i segni del tentato furto con scasso. Le due ragazze sono allora portate al Comando di via Coghetti: addosso hanno due cacciavite lunghi entrambi oltre 25 cm, un altro cacciavite di 15 cm e una chiave inglese da 8. A.G., 24enne nata a Torino e residente a Rovigo, e M.S., 20enne nata e residente in Croazia, risultano con precedenti di furto negli ultimi due anni in diverse zone del Nord Italia.


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Los Angeles, Calif., Oct 10, 2018 / 02:01 pm (CNA).- A lawsuit in California is accusing bishops from all of the state’s dioceses, as well as the California Catholic Conference and the Archdiocese of Chicago, of covering up sexual abuse.

Jeff Anderson and Associates, a Los Angeles based organization that advocates for alleged victims of alleged sexual abuse by Catholic priests, filed the lawsuit Oct. 1.

The plaintiff, Thomas Emens, alleges he was abused for two years in the 1970s, starting at age 10. Attorneys for the plaintiff claim to have uncovered, by examining public documents, more than 300 priests from the Archdiocese of Los Angeles who are alleged offenders.

The plaintiff is requesting that each diocese “publicly release the names of all agents, including priests, accused of child molestation, each agent’s history of abuse, each such agent’s pattern of grooming and sexual behavior, and his or her last known address,” according to the lawsuit.

The California Catholic Conference released a statement Oct. 4 responding to the lawsuit, saying that the lawsuit and report overlook the positive steps that all California dioceses have taken since 2003 to mitigate abuse, including the “zero tolerance” standard to make sure no one with a credible accusation of abusing children is allowed to function as a priest, as well as a lay-led Independent Review Board to advise bishops on whether an accused priest should be allowed to return to ministry.

The conference also pointed out that information on all of the alleged accused priests that Jeff Anderson attorneys uncovered was publicly available.

“Allegations of abuse have been rare since 2003, responded to and uniformly reported, but we know we can never be complacent,” the statement read. “The twelve dioceses of California will never waver in their commitment to protect young people.”

The Diocese of San Bernardino released a list Oct. 8 of 34 priests credibly accused of abuse in recent decades. The local bishop has apologized to victims and said the failure to protect children has led to “new awareness” about the “terrible scourge” of sex abuse.

Six of the priests on that list have been convicted in criminal court. All but one priest on the list have been dismissed from the clerical state, permanently banned from ministry in the diocese, or have died.

The Diocese of Oakland has announced plans to release an analogous list in the coming weeks.

The lawsuit comes following the August release of a Pennsylvania grand jury report covering a 70-year period across six dioceses in the state. The report alleged more than 300 priests had sexually abused over 1,000 children in that timeframe.

 


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Dear Mr. Utt: My name is John Rowen and I am doing some research on California mines. There is an iron ore mine in the Lucerne Valley, in San Bernardino County, called the "Bessemer Mine." Although Mr. Bessemer was responsible for developing a process to refine iron ore into steel, seeing his name on a California mine in this area is odd. Most of the other nearby mines have location-related names, or what appear to be prospector names. In an old report online, I found that a James Utt and another person formed the "Bessemer Mine Corporation" in Santa Ana. I was wondering if this "James Utt" was your grandfather. If it was, I was wondering if you had any idea yourself why he decided to name the company after Bessemer or if you might know anyone else who had looked at that part of his life. Thank you, John Rowen, 6320 Frenchs Hollow Road, Altamont, NY 12009


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