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There are 10 days left. there is very little time left.    The time is now for those that suffered, saw, or suspected abuse to come forward.  It is not to late,  but the closer to the deadline the harder it will be to insure rights are protected.  Time is running out. Survivors of sexual abuse have until  May 25th, 2016  to seek justice against their attackers.  The Window is limited by the statute of limitation that was expanded by the Child Victims Act. Anyone who was sexually abused by an employee of the diocese, or who believes the diocese is liable for their abuse have until May 25, 2016.

Concerning the Diocese of Duluth:

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Ramsey County Jury Awards $8.1 Million to Clergy Abuse SurvivorMike Bryant |

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All Seven New Oblate Priests Named Served in Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis,  Mike Bryant |

Arrest Of Hibbing-Based Priest Brian Michael Lederer,  Mike Bryant |

The Diocese of Duluth Release Their List of 17 Priests Accused of Sexually Abusing MinorsMike Bryant |

Those with claims must act within that time.

Abuse of children and the continued silence by the offenders needs to be prevented. If you suffered, saw, or suspected such events, it is important to know that there is help out there.

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