Episcopal Sodomy: NY AG Outlining Grand Jury Plans

Comes the deluge.

Church Militant spoke with New York State Attorney General Barbara Underwood, who told us:

The Attorney General has directed her Criminal Division leadership to reach out to local District Attorneys — who are the only entities that currently have the power to convene a grand jury to investigate these matters — in order to establish a potential partnership on this issue.

Not only NY.

In the wake of the release of the Pennsylvania grand jury report, speculation around the country has begun that grand juries should be convened in every state — an idea that fed-up faithful Catholics are now supporting publicly.

Brad Miner: “I’m in favor, frankly, of 50 grand juries, including, you know, we’ve already had one in Pennsylvania, but we need one in the District of Columbia too — so that makes 50. Every single state, we got to do this, and it’s got to be the civil authorities, I’m sorry to say.”

Miner, senior editor of The Catholic Thing, is not alone.

Joining Miner are the likes of Illinois State Supreme Court Justice Anne Burke, who was a member of the 2002 U.S. bishops’ national review board [and threw up her hands and resigned, appalled at their politics]. Burke says, “I think every state should convene a grand jury into this culture of secrecy that protected offenders at all costs.”

Burke, as Illinoisans know, is wife of a Chicago alderman of high seniority and much power.

Miner’s and Burke’s public sentiments may soon become a reality. In addition to the Pennsylvania grand jury, Nebraska is now sending signals that it too is prepping for the possible convening of its own grand jury. This as a result of revelations of homosexual predation on seminarians in the diocese of Lincoln.

So we look to the state to police the church.

via Episcopal Sodomy: NY AG Outlining Grand Jury Plans

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