A disciplinary process within the Church would have lasted several months, protracting “for a long time the uncertainty within his diocese”, the statement added.The bishop will no longer have an official position within the Church but will remain a monk, but without the power to celebrate mass.
A priest from the northwest of the country, suspected of attempted sexual “corruption” involving a 17-year-old youth, was thrown out of the Church at the end of July.Authorities said the assault and sexual contact charges related to his encounters with the 14-year-old, which were uncovered after investigators charged him with luring and seized his electronic devices following the sting.Investigators now claim Chandler met the teen boy online, bringing him to his apartment and sexually abusing him "on at least three occasions." "People often refer to the internet and social media as a virtual environment, but the crimes that are committed and initiated there are all too real," Elie Honig, director of the state Division of Criminal Justice, said in a statement following the indictment.A young mother was arrested in Arizona after her friend discovered she had allegedly molested two children and sold the videos over the internet, Fox 10 Phoenix reports.Keri Harwood, 28, allegedly molested the two children multiple times in the bathroom of her home.Her friend discovered the videos after Harwood gave her friend access to her Pokémon Go account login information.
Because the Pokémon Go account was attached to Harwood’s Gmail account, her friend was able to see her emails.
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He got three consecutive one-year sentences on those convictions.
A key claim in the detective's affidavit was that one of the women, a 26-year-old with several past convictions for theft and fraud, said she had never agreed to be filmed having sex, or to have the video posted on the internet.
Police claim that Harwood told them that she had masturbated over video for a man she met online, in exchange for money.