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WV attorney general: Pope’s action against Bishop Bransfield ‘only 1 step’ toward full transparency

July 23, 2019

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CWN Editor's Note: Attorney General Patrick Morrisey said that the Pope’s call for Bransfield to ‘make personal amends for some of the harm he caused’ is a first step, but it is just that—only one step—since the public cannot know the full extent of harm caused by Bransfield’s actions until the diocese fully complies with our subpoena and releases the full Bransfield report ... None of the allegations of financial improprieties and sexual abuse may have been revealed if not for our investigation.”

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