Update on New York Archdiocese’s clergy sexual abuse victim compensation plan
Scores of sex abuse victims apply to Cardinal Dolan’s program for compensation form New York Archdiocese
By Stephen Rex Brown, New York Daily News
More than 60 victims have applied to a program founded by Timothy Cardinal Dolan to compensate people sexually abused as children by clergy in the New York Archdiocese.
“With still more time to apply, 65 people have provided accounts of abuse by priests when they were minors.
“Kenneth Feinberg, the administrator of the Independent Reconciliation and Compensation Program, has thus far offered settlement amounts to 15 victims.”
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