greeney2 wrote:I firmly believe that for every one real case and actual prosocution of the perpetrator, lawfirms who specialize in these things have a high ratio of those who claim these things, and are not even true at all.
I'm sure some of these claims are false, and the parents are just trying to take advantage of the money being passed out. But they can't all be false. The point that should be made is one time is one too many. With these sick pedophiles you can bet that if it happened once, it probably happened many other times.
And it's happened in several other states, with hundreds of other claims being made across the country, coast to coast...from San Diego to Boston, and even ALASKA for "Heaven's sake"! ALASKA! It's happening all over the damn place.
greeney2 wrote:Ford Motor company forinstance years ago, knew about the Pinto gas tanks, and did nothing about them. they deducted paying out the claims, after dragging people to court one at a time for a product liability suit would be easier than fixing a million cars. They knew many people were going to burn to death in horrible gruesome deaths and be burned beyond regognition. Dozens died due to their actions. Nobody cared, and bought and revered Lee Iacoco selling millions of mustangs, and God knows how many Ford pickups. Nobody went to jail, but they should have.
Money makes people do some screwed up stuff to people, no doubt. Our government does it to us on a daily basis. But what these clergymen are doing is no comparison to Ford. They didn't deliberately make those gas tanks like that. These priests are doing what they do deliberately, and it's not for money, but what they consider to be "pleasure," to CHILDREN.
Don't try and draw the attention away from your vile representatives.