A predictable politician
Well, well, well.
The attorney general of Massachusetts is very critical of the way the Boston archdiocese handled sex-abuse allegations. Great. Is there anyone left who is not very critical?
The AG says there won't be any indictments. Surprise, surprise! Indictments entail hard work-- actual prosecution-- rather than big talk and media splash.
The AG says that most of all, his office wants to "help" the archdiocese in the future-- in other words, he'd like to set policies for the Catholic Church.
Enjoy your press conference, Mr. Reilly. That's what you're good at.
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