Horrific details from a state investigation shine a spotlight on dozens of Catholic priests in Colorado accused of sexually abusing at least 212 children over the past 70 years. A report released in October 2019 alleged 43 men in Colorado’s three Catholic dioceses were abusers, but only identified 40 by name. A follow-up report released Dec. 1, 2020, added nine more priests to the list of clergy with substantiated claims of abuse. RELATED: Investigator finds 43 Catholic priests in Colorado sexually abused at least 166 children The reports published by the Colorado Attorney General’s Office summarizes nearly two years of investigation by former federal prosecutor Bob Troyer. The reports’ contents are the most in-depth account to date of clergy sex abuse in the state. The Denver Post compiled key details of the involved clergy including their names, where they served and a short description of their alleged crimes. Archdiocese of Denver Father Leonard Abercrombie … [Read more...] about Colorado Catholic Church sexual abuse investigation: Who are the 49 priests named in the reports?
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Dear Amy: I recently had a conversation with a friend that I am still ruminating about. She shared how she used a loophole to get a COVID vaccination that she really wasn’t entitled to receive. It was as if I should be impressed with how creative and smart she was to game the system. She then went on to describe how she will now be comfortable eating in restaurants, etc. I said I was happy for her and changed the subject so I could take time to process this. Our family is trying to stay patient and wait our turn. Thoughts? — Waiting Dear Waiting: There are stories of people standing in line outside vaccination centers to try to receive shots that would otherwise be thrown away if they weren’t used. I’m all for that kind of enterprise. However, if your friend leapt through a loophole to snag an appointment before her turn, that’s completely unethical. I have read accounts of how some people have used their connections, money, and privilege to game the … [Read more...] about Ask Amy: COVID-19 concerns dominate relationships
Photo: Mike Blake/REUTERS Few businesses have been more adversely affected by the pandemic than movie theaters. And with an increasingly wide array of streaming options available to consumers, even theaters that have innovated aggressively are finding themselves in trouble. On the latest episode of the Pivot podcast , Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway discuss the path forward for an imperiled industry. Kara Swisher : Let’s talk about the troubles for the entertainment industry and where we go from here. My favorite movie chain experience is ruined — the Alamo Drafthouse has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy . This is a chain that’s been struggling through the pandemic, and obviously so, because it’s a real experiential thing where you go and eat in the theater and they have food, and then you watch movies and beautiful seats, et cetera, et cetera. They’ll continue to operate, but have been acquired by Altamont Capital Partners, which frightens me in some way. They are, I … [Read more...] about Are Movie Theaters Completely Screwed?
The family of Michael Marshall, an inmate killed by deputies in 2015 in Denver’s downtown jail, will receive $4.6 million from the city in an agreement that also includes policy changes in how Denver Sheriff Department deputies treat mentally ill inmates. The settlement was announced Wednesday, and City Council will be asked to approve the settlement Nov. 13. If approved, the city will have spent more than $19 million in the past three years to settle claims against its sheriff and police departments. The agreement ends a nearly two-year ordeal for the family of Marshall, a 50-year-old man who battled chronic psychotic episodes where he would hear voices — often those belonging to his late mother, Jesus and Elvis Presley. Marshall was arrested Nov. 7, 2015, on trespassing and disturbing-the-peace charges after creating a commotion at a Denver motel because he was looking for his Bible. His family did not know Marshall had been jailed on a $100 bond until he was hospitalized … [Read more...] about Denver agrees to pay $4.6 million settlement to family of inmate killed in 2015 by sheriff’s deputies