Pa. Senate: Swamp creatures or saviors of clergy abuse victims?| Maria Panaritis

September 25, 2018

Kelly Williams was among scores of child sexual abuse victim advocates to march ahead of a vote Monday in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

By Staff

HARRISBURG — The gauntlet was thrown at 4:27 p.m. Monday onto the floor of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

It happened as Attorney General Josh Shapiro sat high above the House, his chief clergy-abuse prosecutor, Daniel Dye, there with him amid several rows of victims of child sexual abuse in the gallery at the state Capitol, all looking down at the lawmakers below.

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