Preti pedofili, in Francia 216mila vittime di abuso dal 1950 a oggi

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Commission president Jean-Marc Sauve (L), hands copies of the report to Catholic Bishop Eric de Moulins-Beaufort, president of the Bishops' Conference of France (CEF), during the publishing of a report by an independant commission into sexual abuse by church officials (Ciase) on October 5, 2021, in Paris. - An independent inquiry into alleged sex abuse of minors by French Catholic priests, deacons and other clergy has found some 216,000 victims of paedophilia from 1950 to 2020, a
Commission president Jean-Marc Sauve (L), hands copies of the report to Catholic Bishop Eric de Moulins-Beaufort, president of the Bishops' Conference of France (CEF), during the publishing of a report by an independant commission into sexual abuse by church officials (Ciase) on October 5, 2021, in Paris. - An independent inquiry into alleged sex abuse of minors by French Catholic priests, deacons and other clergy has found some 216,000 victims of paedophilia from 1950 to 2020, a

Sono state 216.000 le vittime di pedofilia nella chiesa francese dal 1950 ad oggi, secondo il rapporto della Ciase (Commissione indipendente sugli abusi sessuali nella Chiesa) voluto dai vescovi francesi. Secondo le cifre anticipate domenica scorsa, i preti pedofili sono stati in questi 70 anni fra i 2.900 e i 3.200.

La Chiesa cattolica ha mostrato “fino all’inizio degli anni 2000 una profonda indifferenza, anche crudele, nei confronti delle vittime” di pedofilia. Lo ha affermato Jean-Marc Sauvé, presidente della Commissione.

Secondo il rapporto, il numero delle vittime sale a “330.000 se si aggiungono gli aggressori laici”. Dal 1950 agli anni 2000, “le vittime non sono state credute, ascoltate, sono state ritenute in parte corresponsabili di quanto accaduto”, ha aggiunto Sauvé.

Il rapporto si basa sugli archivi della Chiesa, dei tribunali e della polizia, nonché sulle interviste alle vittime. L’inchiesta è stata commissionata dalla stessa Chiesa cattolica francese nel 2018 a seguito di una serie di scandali in altri Paesi e per ripristinare la fiducia nel clero.

A picture shows copies of the report displayed on a table during the publishing of a report by an independant commission into sexual abuse by church officials (Ciase) on October 5, 2021, in Paris. - The commission's two and a half years of research based on church, court and police archives, as well as interviews with witnesses, uncovered between 2,900 and 3,200 paedophile priests or other members of the church have operated inside the French Catholic Church since 1950. (Photo by THOMAS COEX / POOL / AFP) (Photo by THOMAS COEX/POOL/AFP via Getty Images) (Photo: THOMAS COEX via Getty Images)
A picture shows copies of the report displayed on a table during the publishing of a report by an independant commission into sexual abuse by church officials (Ciase) on October 5, 2021, in Paris. - The commission's two and a half years of research based on church, court and police archives, as well as interviews with witnesses, uncovered between 2,900 and 3,200 paedophile priests or other members of the church have operated inside the French Catholic Church since 1950. (Photo by THOMAS COEX / POOL / AFP) (Photo by THOMAS COEX/POOL/AFP via Getty Images) (Photo: THOMAS COEX via Getty Images)

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