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Pennsylvania attorney general opposes use of Church trust to pay abuse claims

October 07, 2019

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CWN Editor's Note: The attorney general of Pennsylvania is opposing plans by the Pittsburgh diocese to use pay sex-abuse settlements from the funds of a charitable trust set up to benefit children. The state argues that law does not allow a charity “to pay the potential legal obligations of the trustee for its alleged criminal activity...”

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