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Vatican Wall of Silence Hides Child Sex Abuse

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The Vatican stands accused of international criminal conspiracy to obstruct justice and cover up child sex abuse scandals in Germany, Ireland, Austria and the Netherlands. Similar child abuse and the deaths of indigenous children occurred in Christian Indian Residential Schools of Canada and the Americas. Our special guest Reverend Kevin Annett, who was expelled from the United Church of Canada for exposing the deaths and abuse of children in Canada's residential schools, talks about his upcoming trip to the Vatican to demand that the Pope and Vatican officials turn over the remains of the children for proper burial, name and surrender the offenders for criminal prosecution, and rescind genocidal Papal Bulls. During his first Vatican visit on October 11, 2009, he and Indigenous people of the Friends and Relatives of the Disappeared (FDR) conducted a open memorial service on Vatican Square and met with Vatican officials. Reverend Annett is working collaboratively with representatives of Indigenous Nations of Canada who will accompany him to the Vatican. He has written two books, "Hidden from History:the Canadian Holocaust," and "Love and Death in the Valley," and has produced a compelling documentary film, "Unrepentant," that gives Indigenous people a voice to tell their horror stories of brainwashing, manipulation, pederast seduction rituals, threats, beatings, and death in church-run residential schools that Canadian Justice Minister Irwin Cotler characterized as "the single most harmful disgraceful and racist act in our (Canada's) history."