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What a mockery of the victims!” Such is the piercing comment of the journalist. On September 5, Christian Geyer’s article appeared in the FAZ, and the prominent Austrian Catholic news website Kath.net picked up on it today. Geyer first reports on Pope Francis’ homily last Monday, in which the Pope spoke about the silence of Jesus Christ in the face of accusations. For Geyer, “this homily is not difficult to understand as a theological attempt at exalting the papal approach ‘not to speak a single word’” concerning allegations of cover-up of abusers. Geyer noted that Francis only “breaks the silence in order to preach about the silence of God.” “I love you, Francis, but that won’t work,” is the response of Father Thomas Reese, S.J. to these papal words, as quoted by Geyer. Geyer then asks: “Shall the sexual violence about which people were silent for years now truly again be officially answered with silence? What a mockery of the victims!” Quoting Cardinal Daniel DiNardo – the head of the U.S. bishops – and his request for “convincing answers” to the questions raised by the Viganò report, the journalist insists himself upon receiving answers from the Pope, independently of whether this Viganò report was inspired by personal interests or not. The “matter of substance” is at the center of the current discussion, the journalist explains.

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State Department WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Saudi-led coalition fighting Houthi rebels in Yemen is taking steps to reduce civilian casualties, the U.S. State Department said on Thursday as it defended a certification to Congress by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to avoid limits on U.S. aid to the kingdom. “They are taking steps, in the view of the U.S. government and this administration, in the right direction,” State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert told a briefing. “We see them taking steps. Is it perfect? No absolutely not. Do we see them doing what they can to mitigate civilian casualties?


But then, like, eight months later, he got a bill from the city, a bill he never knew that was coming that said he had to reimburse the city for the cost of prosecuting himself. SHAPIRO: And there were lots of other cases like his in the surrounding area. KELMAN: There were. I did a little bit of public records work and figured out that basically two cities in a relatively low-income corner of the Southern California desert had done this to about 18 of their residents. And sometimes the cases were really small. They were – you know, one woman, for example, hung a Halloween decoration on a street light. She got prosecuted, pleaded guilty to a violation, which is no more serious than a traffic ticket. And the city tried to bill her almost $5,000 to pay for her own prosecution. SHAPIRO: You found out that these cities had outsourced the prosecution of these minor offenses. And you traced it all back to one law firm.

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