A Catholic Priest working on the US territory Island of Guam admitted to repeatedly molesting boys while serving and teaching at Guam from the 1940s to the 1970s to a local priest. The Catholic Churches response was that he should say ‘Hail Mary’, however at no point was it suggested he should stop.
When Brouillard was pressed on about how many boys he abused, he replied: “I have no idea. Maybe 20.”
Moreover, the cleric claimed he thought the boys were enjoying it: “At that time, when I was that age, I got the impression that kids liked it, so I went ahead. But now of course, I know it’s wrong and I’m paying for it,” he said.
Brouillard cannot be prosecuted for his abuses at this time due to the current statute of limitations for child molestation, which is currently at two years.
Tudela’s testimony is just one of the latest revelations related to the alleged abuse of children on the Pacific island. Other claims that were made against members of the Catholic Church included Archbishop Anthony Apuron, who is currently being investigated by the Church. – RT News
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