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to take in the equal city. and then yesterday evening. we think i'm. going to the let me. just get feeling if one. else as they know the deep but none of them tokyo planned it is going to keep going. the way. his work was because did it because it didn't seem quite a cultural thing i did. join the monastery as
a very idealistic twenty year old and thought i was going to be a monk a priest and unfortunately it didn't work out that way because so many sex abuse cases came forward that i ended up actually being ordained early to go work on and follow sex abusers who were being withdrawn and at that point at the age of thirty two i had to make a moral decision am i going to support this institution you know in my part of this or do i have to find a different path and that's when i chose to take a different path and to help survivors what do you think since then patrick was become a whistle blower an expert called on to testify in over two thousand cases of priests accused of sexual abuse. according to him the catholic church has developed a system to exfiltrate pedophile priests. that's the same pattern we've seen in australia it's the same pattern we've seen in the united states it's the same
pattern we've seen in canada it's the same pattern in ireland in england in italy it's honestly it's in the d.n.a. of the roman catholic system and i like to call this the geographic solution so what the bishop needs to do that he finds out that the priest is is a perpetrator and then at that point he simply moves him to a different spot where the previous scandal is not known and it is not enough to move him outside the country that's that's a geographic solution you can move it from continent to continent as long as he can speak the language that is needed it looks legitimate and so he's going to be accepted without question that's where the danger comes. an anonymous source will provide us with proof of the geographical solution described by patrick wall. one evening we received dozens of internal documents from the community of st john five
hundred brothers present throughout the world. this french community is highly controversial. it has the highest number of priests found guilty of pedophilia in recent years three since two thousand and twelve. and there are thought to have been more cases of sexual abuse it's all there in black and white. as we turn the pages we get a strange feeling the community seems to have become a master in the dark of the international displacement of priests suspected of sexually abusing children. among the pile of documents from the commune. city of st john one recent letter draws our attention. and sends us rushing to the airport.
here's the letter signed by a high ranking church official this archbishop from cameroon. he wrote to the head of the community of st john having decided to exclude from the u.c.c. several st john priests he explained himself. reverend brother some brothers of st john got themselves into situations of extreme gravity the brothers in question were about to be hauled in front of the courts at a risk of dirtying the damage of our church i used all my weight to make sure this did not happen. what have these french priest done to incur the wrath of an archbishop. in cameroon a mostly catholic country the community of st john is an institution. the brothers run one of the biggest high schools in your own day the capital. but
invert to uk and east of the country the brothers of state john have left town. until two thousand and fourteen they oversaw this cathedral the biggest in the region. and. we go to see the archbishop the one who asked the same john priest to leave. months and you're a tango one of the african representatives of the vatican. tells you that. many will say no in an internet solution about us in closing down at the mills when i came to know about it through the. sit in you know this is just underneath and he did it. come. because it is what up on the train it wanted to be new he's going to die and then he mustn't think he's visited to pop up on i
found out as confused as he seemed to guess she lived. back look he said i'm here because i don't was an occasional if a new yankee margin the cashier is a major part of what you do. in this one point and it wanted to do it was it not the most vocal artistic lead kind of lead. and etc we try to dig deeper but not always in. geneva yesterday did reality see a lot out of your grandma the bug and symbols are going to want it back and this christmas it comes up going to come on to see if they want to go to the river but i wasn't led to defense i said. that you let go of it ourselves. yes thanks for your precious comments are great but they weren't exactly helpful. at the cathedral but two i will discover the reasons why the st john brothers hurriedly left town another alleged case of paraphilia. the sexual abuse of
a number of boys. for three days we try to find these presumed victims. in this city where the catholic church is omnipresent it's hard to broach the subject. finally we find one of the kids who supposedly abused by the priest. today he's fifteen. because of his and yes we. do some. serious the cheerleading. she says but this is. we show him one of the community's internal documents that we managed to procure
the mug shots of all the st john brothers across the globe five hundred eight op. real. nuzzi this priest had indeed been posted importune. you have visited the world and for that he's into your god to feel. safe places you do more than many think you see him. and it is in you fool is a c.p.a. the only. base that is down to the yes and back in the internet a good. compactness you don't see it. after a few weeks the boy finally admitted everything to his parents they immediately went together to the bar to a law courts to file a complaint. but here nobody touches the church well and there's a nice little could be a lot of thing dick on up as if you do know it when this oh so you did just so she
did you get the deal is that. she says yeah summer yeah. illegal about to see that pretty simple sentence though he could go see a sink full of simple pentacle and only got to eat. in virtue of the justice of man seems to serve men of god. we have an appointment with a civil servant inside the ministry of justice. we film discreetly. she confirms the closeness between the church and one of the top judges. in the letters must admit it where are they going to. let you do that but don't call us to expose them i just ask you to get out of there as you. just got it doesn't mean they're going to do that that they've got to go then that's probably good. on the russian version. of it but you know. i'm
a little middle of brazilian oh my oh my what will be. a civil servant gives us an excerpt from the victim's testimony. the name of father emmanuel appears nowhere instead he really doesn't need it as the plight of the priest. all together to bring about the market. well good not on our part but what you want to. have a very good thing. before leaving for two are we need another presumed victim. the two pics are father emanuel from the mug shots. where his father emanuel now the french priest accused of sexually abusing at least
two points. among the community's internal documents other postings made in two thousand and sixteen. since being expelled from her to join cameroon father emmanuel appears to be in bologna in italy when. it comes. to cincinnati to see such. from him we wait for the father outside the priory. after a few hours mostly positive he finally shows up. we filmed discreetly . damietta most. you know there was a. well over. an f.a.q. is available over to the tories on the need and how they but there's an awful says
phones don't kill all the little engine just what the p.c. . volcanism i mean to to for that if possible commit this one i guess or. three or four children several schools of aussies because it fitted on guys could organise is if you know. no sickle but before it's mistook at the end of all day politike i have actual bessie and i go. full for luck and reach for. a good one there was an angel in the months year. on the city since it was official to fix the sample. susi he says he said it's a four. i want to just it's you know you've got to. do that for the good because if it's a metaphor. if it is what up on the to the point people know what he's going to. play as opposed to. but i. think that was actually if you
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it a matter of confidentiality only is it the world's black box of the art business. the headlines. over fifty civilians children safely leave the war. via a humanitarian corridor. negotiated with the militants. the british prime minister to resign me pressure. of the poisoning of a former russian spy on u.k. soil. sees a mass demonstration of independence. for the referendum that was branded illegal.
monday morning here at moscow you're watching international welcome to your latest world news headlines fifty two civilians children have passed from syria's war ravaged enclave of eastern occupied by various rebel groups now over to the government controlled side it is safe for civilians to use in the corridor as intended previously they were either fired up by militants or had to escape using the cover of a un humanitarian convoy the pasta through the area the latest exodus has been made possible after russia's reconciliation center in syria negotiated with some of the militants occupying eastern. and we can show you what the situation looks like nell for example the syrian government has regained a large portion of eastern ghouta essentially isolating militants now into these three separated pockets you see on the map and civilians who lived in these
territories under militant rule are now sharing their stories are to use either has done or has more on the deal that allowed dozens of civilians to finally leave the fighting militants in control of the area have let them out almost two weeks after russia and syria opened a humanitarian corridor was not an act of good world on behalf of the rebel factions but part of a deal russia and syria led some anti government fighters safely flee with their families and in exchange fighters in ghouta would allow fifty civilians to leave the war zone as well. we've been suffering horribly for seven years we all stayed neutral in misrata that we could have can do anything they didn't let us a little controlled pressure on us to leave some mystery natural seed we haven't seen any of the aid sent to us we haven't seen any money nothing they took everything from us. militants treat civilians anees goutam as
a bargaining chip making sure that if anyone flees they do it on the fighters terms the gloves were off from the start the russian defense ministry has reported that the paths to safety were shelled almost religiously precisely to prevent anyone from fleeing to damascus trying to scape the house fire between the government forces and militant groups whose find has far too often side with terrorists. who have all sorts of needs inside the border today the priority remains medical help that we need to. reach with people inside all day and food aid as well.
gov yolland the building block of law. that i started that you know. they never stay here a good and i never know not. what they said not even any of the scenes are seen as. the british prime minister to resign years facing pressure from some entire cabinet over the poisoning of a former russian spy on u.k. soil they want her to adopt a tougher stance on the case investigators think that when his daughter deliberately targeted with a nerve agent traces of the substance have been detected at the. restaurant where
the two ate before they were found unconscious on a nearby park bench and although the probe is ongoing some u.k. politicians and journalists continue to point the finger at russia parties and the reporters. who poisoned the former russian spy you could all gave this a rhetorical question because everyone seems to know the answer we look objective lee at the evidence we don't get ahead of ourselves and if there is evidence of a foreign state involvement we will need to respond russia has been more aggressive and we have to change the way that we deal with it because we can't be in a situation in these areas of conflict where we are being pushed around by another nation but what about innocent until proven guilty seems it is just guilty guilty guilty even though the home secretary has been calling for caution we need to make sure that we respond not to rumor but all the evidence we must avoid speculation to make sure that we give the police the space that they need regardless of call for
a thorough inquiry british politicians and some in the media seem to want blood spilled right now and theresa may face is increasing pressure to respond to these claims as she meets with skirting ministers from helping hands offering the government a list of options a slap on travel bans and so a freeze on the threats from russian nationals this suggest kicking name spies out of britain or even sending troops to eastern new over a piece just as well that we're currently reviewing our defense capabilities so that we can increase them can't we defense is the first huge of the row and spending two percent on defense is now not enough it's quite explosive because what we've got is a good business. at the same time investigations take place. sounds very who actually urging their own prime minister to take action against the country which is innocent until proven guilty you know everybody is innocent till proven guilty
that's the. but the evidence the investigation finds out that russia was not responsible for this then my concern is whether this will get the publicity that the deserves because there is a danger i fear already we've seen that in the investigation we would have been told and all of the information would be classified and so. you know the damage has already been done to russia if you like russia has been deemed guilty in the in the media and most of the media in the court media they have we're waiting for the evidence they've been putting on the front pages and the paper that russia was guilty the festa where of a former russian double agents had the worldwide media and it's been until the tree itself it appears the only option is to keep calm and investigates. the five year deadline to charge former u.s. intelligence chief james clapper expires on monday despite calls from both parties to prosecute and he allegedly lied to congress under oath about master mastic
surveillance does the n.s.a. collect any type of data are on millions or hundreds of millions of americans. no sir. it does not. not wittingly. there are cases where they could inadvertently perhaps collect but not not willingly clappers state when it was revealed to be erroneous just months after the testimony with edward snowden's revelations about mass u.s. surveillance american lawmakers have criticized the justice department for failing to open its case he and others who have held administrative power must be held accountable to the same laws that govern the people of the united states he admitted to lying to congress and was an remorseful in flippant about it the integrity of our federal government is at stake because his behavior sets the standard for the entire intelligence community. political analyst charles alltel
says capa's case fits into a larger pattern of failures to prosecute it can be taken very seriously but to date it is seldom been prosecuted aggressively and depending on the facts of the case. prosecutors may make a determination if they only want to go forward with cases that are easily won when you look past the narrow issue of clapper and you look at the long period of president obama's tenure for eight years which is only now beginning to come under the kind of scrutiny i felt it deserved a long time ago what you see been a longstanding pattern and practice of harnessing the machinery of the fearsome machinery of the u.s. federal state against enemies of the obama administration and in favor of friends of the obama straight and that's the larger story are not simply whether clapper should be prosecuted for the one instance that's admitted where he did lie under
oath to congress. rushes defense ministry has released a video of tests of his latest missile systems among the new weapons is the hypersonic can jolly old dog a missile which can go ten times faster than the speed of sound and is said to be capable of outsmarting all existing defense systems and then there's a sort of mass rocket an intercontinental ballistic missile which has a vast range you can carry multiple nuclear warheads. was granted exclusive access to russia's latest nuclear deterrent. needs satan is need to.