In the U.S. state of Illinois and you are supposed to have 690 Catholic clergy child abuse. This number is the competent state Prosecutor, called. The Catholic Church had spoken of far less cases.
Far more Catholic priests have in the U.S. state of Illinois may be known of the sexual abuse than in the past. In a report to the competent attorney General Lisa Madigan, the talk is of around 690 accused priests and deacons.
The more than 500 potential perpetrators would have had more than the six dioceses in the state specified. They had spoken of the 185 accused credibly of abuse have been accused of.
attorney General Lisa Madigan accuses the Catholic Church in the US state of Illinois ' lack of will to investigate the abuse scandal.
The state Prosecutor said, in the since August of ongoing investigations into allegations against more than 500 other clergy had become known. Through a telephone hotline, your office had received hundreds of References to acts of Abuse. Many of the reports were heart-rending. Representatives of the dioceses rejected the allegations Madigans."lack of Politics"
The Prosecutor accused the Church of a lack of enlightenment's sake; she was obviously not capable of the scandal to educate. The allegations had not been investigated thoroughly. As reasons for the charge had stated, inter alia, that the accused had either died or your office is no longer exercised.
So, there are numerous examples, that the dioceses of suspected cases could not be shown to the authorities. The Church had failed to respect its obligation, the entire truth about sexually inappropriate behavior of their priests, educate and take care of the victims.