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South Dakota Dioceses

South Dakota dioceses South Dakota declared it had been spared from the sex abuse scandal: Officials in the Sioux Falls and Rapid City dioceses knew of no recent abuse allegations.

Indian Boarding Schools’ Abuse

"Kill the Indian, save the man" Popular credo in the 1880s, the federal government mounted a campaign to assimilate American Indians as they signed treaties promising peace. The government set up boarding schools on reservations nationwide, and American Indians asked the church to run others. In the 1920s and '30s, federal agents took Indian children from their parents' homes and placed them in the boarding schools. In later years, according to government documents, the government withheld rations from Indian families unless they sent their children to the schools. The government has acknowledged its campaign destroyed communities and cultures. Referring to the agency's effort to "destroy all things Indian."

Catholic schools "The Catholic schools were actually worse" than the federally run schools. By the 1950s and '60s, Charles Haines, a biology professor at Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kan. Using government figures, more than half the children on reservations in South Dakota were attending the boarding schools, a few hundred at each school at any given time. "These weren't really schools - they were labor camps." Early in the 20th century, students worked at construction at schools, and as servants and farmhands for white families.

Indian boarding schools Indians in South Dakota are suing the Diocese of Sioux Falls and the Diocese of Rapid City in addition to organizations that provided priests and nuns to work in the schools, seeking damages for students, alleging clergy abused hundreds of students at Native American boarding schools. Beginning at a young age, sometimes just five years old, native American former students say they suffered physical, mental, sexual and psychological abuse. The students say they were beaten, even tortured by priests and nuns who ran the schools, filed in state circuit courts Sioux Falls and Rapid City, 13 July 2004.

Indian boarding schools’ abuse Priests and nuns, the former students said, routinely whipped them with razor strops and beat them with paddles, sometimes until their shorts were bloody. At times, they said, older children were made to hit younger ones. For such infractions as wetting the bed or speaking in Lakota, their native language, children were locked in closets for hours, made to kneel on boards or forced to eat lye soap.

  1. One former student has alleged a nun threw her down a three-story laundry chute for speaking Lakota, and several others said they witnessed a child hung by his feet from a bell tower as punishment for running away.

Predatory priests and nuns Typically targeted children as young as 6 for sexual abuse, former students said. Full-blooded Indians were often singled out, as were orphans who had no parents to check on them. The abuse, the former students said, would cease when the children were old enough to fight their abusers.

Floyd Hand' Medicine man on the Pine Ridge reservation, said a priest at the Holy Rosary school broke his nose in the 1950s. "We were prisoners of that school," he said. "It was a prison camp."

Sandy Wade "The little boys were so pitiful," said Sandy Wade, 57, who attended St. Paul's Mission on the Yankton reservation. "My brother Frank always had his ear torn; the sister would twist and rip his ears. His cheeks were always red and bruised from being grabbed."

  1. Frank Wade When Sandy Wade's brother Frank was 14, he said he had been sexually abused by a priest and older boys in the school, but refused to name the priest. He was expelled from the school as an uncontrollable teenager and died of drug abuse at age 17.

Class action lawsuit Some former students have filed a $25 billion class action lawsuit in Washington against the federal government, which paid the church to house, feed and educate American Indian children. Since the lawsuit was filed in April, their attorneys said, the number of plaintiffs has expanded to include hundreds.

St. Paul’s Indian Mission

St. Paul’s Indian Mission (St. Paul School) Mission School on the Yankton Sioux Indian Reservation. Run by Benedictine Fathers, Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament for Indians and Colored People, and Oblate Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament, Yankton Reservation, Marty SD

St. Paul’s Indian Mission apology At a Good Friday service in 1998, Sister Miriam Shindelar, a former teacher at St. Paul's, formally apologized on behalf of the parish for historical injustices committed on the reservation, requesting "forgiveness from those we have wounded and injured," according to a news account from the time.

Zephier accusation "Twelve years of punishment, torture," said Sherwyn Zephier, 46, of his years at St. Paul's. He said he saw a nun molesting his cousin, and was made to kneel on a broomstick and pray after he was caught. "Those of us who survived, we never talked about it. We were ashamed of it."

Archambeau accusation "It didn't do no good to tell," said Zephier's former classmate, Mike Archambeau, 45, who said he witnessed the repeated sexual assault of a classmate by a nun. The classmate died as a teen-ager. "If I told my mom, I'd get beat up worse. I got beaten at home, beaten at school. The boys would try to rape me after watching the nun."

Sully accusation Ron Sully, director of an alcohol treatment center on the Yankton reservation, attended St. Paul's and said students were mistreated there. "Just about everyone coming through here is carrying it, but they don't know it. They attribute it to something else. All that trauma from the boarding schools - the sexual violence, the family violence - is contributing to alcohol abuse."

Poitra affair "I don't think anyone was mistreated unless they asked for it," said Sister Mary Francis Poitra OSBS (1916-2005). She is accused by numerous former students of both physical and sexual abuse, allegations she calls "gossip." Children, she said, "were spanked, like everybody else. They weren't treated wrong. They asked for everything that happened to them."

St. Paul's School lawsuit Involving St. Paul's School in Marty was filed in Sioux Falls. It seeks damages from the Catholic Diocese of Sioux Falls; Blue Cloud Abbey of northeastern South Dakota; Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament, based in Pennsylvania; and Oblate Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament of Marty.

Holy Rosary School

Holy Rosary School Jesuit Fathers (Wisconsin Province), Sisters of St. Francis Penance and Christian Charity, Pine Ridge Reservation SD.

Lambert affair Rev. William Lambert accused of abuse, settled.

Ken Bear Chief

Ken Bear Chief Business-school graduate who helped run his family’s businesses, including a forestry-services firm, Bear Chief cut his teeth on human-rights issues during the 1990s when he worked to resolve housing and labor disputes on the Yakima Reservation. An essay he wrote is included in the volume, The Book No Pope Would Want You to Read (EWorld, 2010). “I want to stand up for justice, to tell people on reservations that I’m here because of what they suffered as children,” he says.

Ken Bear Chief/boarding-school survivors His work with Native American boarding-school survivors started in the Northwest in 2008 and has expanded across the Northern Plains. However, the scope of the problem is national, he says: “Isolated groups of vulnerable children, plus religious people in charge, equals abuse. It’s just a fact. I have not found a residential institution for Indian children where it didn’t happen, no matter the location or the denomination.”

Ken Bear Chief’s accusation “I’ve interviewed hundreds of survivors,” said Bear Chief (Gros Ventre/Nez Perce/Nooksak) in a conversation at Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate’s Lake Traverse Reservation, which straddles North and South Dakota. “I’ve heard of girls used as concubines from early childhood, of terrified little children hung over a church-belfry railing then raped by Father John Morse at St. Ignatius Mission, in St. Ignatius, Montana.

“I spoke to a man who described defecating in his bed as a child at Villa Ursula (another residential school in St. Ignatius, run by Ursuline nuns); he desperately wanted to make himself repulsive to Mother Loyola, now deceased, who’d go from bed to bed at night, choosing boys to perform oral sex on her and suckle her breasts.

“When Brother Charley (the late René Gallant) began repeatedly raping one girl at St. Ignatius, nuns targeted her for beatings and eventually ran her arm through a washing-machine mangle, crippling her, according to the affidavit of another of our clients.”

“I met with a woman who told me of being invited to Father Morris’s ‘movie nights,’ which featured little girls pulled onto his lap for digital penetration. At just age six, she tried to warn other girls not to go and was then beaten as well as abused, for years. Listening to her story and seeing her pain — it was so visceral. I had my daughter with me. A block or two after we drove away from the house, I had to pull over to the side of the road, and we just cried.”

Diocese of Rapid City

Diocese of Rapid City Part of the state West of the Missouri River, founded on August 6, 1902 as the Roman Catholic Diocese of Lead,[1] being renamed on August 1, 1930

Diocese of Rapid City abuse' Three priests had been accused of sexual abuse up to January 2003.

Sky Ranch for Boys

Sky Ranch for Boys Diocese of Rapid City, Sky Ranch SD.

Murray affair Rev. Donald E. Murray (deceased) accused by a man who claimed to have been kidnapped and sexually assaulted by several times at the Sky Ranch by the its director, the Rev. Donald Murray, when he was 14 years old in 1965. Murray and one youth died in 1975 plane crash. Murray was legally drunk and lost control of plane per FAA rept.

  1. Murray lawsuit 1995 Filed by T. Economus, Pres. of LINKUP, and his brother alleged that Murray abused both at Sky Ranch for Boys in 1970s. Murray would take boys with him on fundraising trips, provide alcohol and abuse them and other residents. Suit alleged Sky Ranch officials knew of Murray's alcoholism and sexual abuse but told boys not to talk of it. Suit was settled August 1997.
  2. Murray lawsuit 2002 Civil suit filed March 2002.
  3. Murray lawsuit 2003 Victim raised a lawsuit against the Sky Ranch for Boys in western South Dakota and the Sky Ranch Foundation, filed 2003.
  4. Murray lawsuit 2004 Civil suit filed November 2004.

Diocesan Case List

(database of allegations of sexual abuse by priests)

[3 offenders identified, 8 listed]

Corry affair Rev. John Corry, ordained 1952, admitted in 2002 to sexually abusing a boy (between the ages of 10-14) in the 1960s.

  1. Anon accusation Second victim also made similar allegations.
  2. Church cover-up Corry had been living at a monastery for 10 years when the bishop forced him to move because the monastery also housed a child day-care center. Corry retired in 1992.

Gill affair Rev. Joseph Gill, Jesuit, ordained 1959, Anon accusation In 2003 man said he was molested by Gill and abused by other Jesuit priests and brothers at St. Francis Indian School on the Rosebud Reservation in 1960s. Gill was accused of beating boys and of talking "about Jesus Christ while his hand was down the kid's pants fondling him." He was principal from 1961-1972 and was still at the reservation in 2003.

Lambert affair Rev. William Lambert, ordained 1955, accused of sexual abuse of one man for almost 20 years, beginning when victim was altar boy. Lambert raped victim and then began long period of abuse. Victim blamed himself and confessed to various priests, as did Lambert.

  1. Lambert lawsuits Suit filed 1992, Jury awarded victim $242,000 to be paid by Lambert but let diocese off. Diocese later settled. Second man sued Lambert and won an out of court settlement. As of 2002, original plaintiff said he knew of 23 additional accusers.

Murray affair See above.

Pitcavage affair Rev. William Pitcavage, Priests of the Sacred Heart S.C.J., ordained 1976, elected vice provincial of order in 2010. Placed on leave after allegations in SD civil suit that he had abused children at a Native American School in the 1970s. No previous allegations. Order said charges "not credible" February 2011 and returned him to duty.Later statement by Order said that the allegation was actually "unsubstantiated." Civil suit is still pending in SD Supreme Court August 2011. Worked in WI early in career.

Riss affair Rev. Dennis R. Riss (d. 2009), ordained 1984. Bishop announced he had removed Riss from his assignment at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Lemmon after Riss admitted that he had sexually abused a 17 yr old boy in early 1980s prior to entering the seminary and subsequent priesthood, May 2002. Review board had not yet evaluated the case as of February 2003. Riss was not an active priest at the time of his death 30 May 2009.

Scadron affair Rev. Christopher Scadron (d, 2002) was accused by Pam Baye in a civil lawsuit in federal court against the Catholic Diocese of Rapid City, 9 August 2007. Scadron was the family priest for Baye, blessed her marriage and baptized her children, the complaint states. Baye said that in 1987, four years after her marriage, she sought counseling from Scadron regarding her history as a victim of family sex abuse. While in therapy in 2006, she recovered a memory of being assaulted by Scadron during counseling at Sacred Heart Church in Philip. The priest told her she was going to hell and that her children would die and go to hell if she told anyone, the complaint states.

Stack affair Rev. Gilbert Stack (d. 2007), Benedictine, ordained 1939, accused of sexually abusing a 14 year-old boy when he served in Sturgis, SD between 1946-1956. Stack (aged 90) denied the allegations. He had been living in retirement at Conception Abbey in MO for many years. Bishop said the allegations were credible. No criminal charges or litigation filed.

Diocese of Sioux Falls

Diocese of Sioux Falls Comprises that part South Dakota east of the Missouri River, founded by Pope Leo XIII, 12 November 1889.

Diocese of Sioux Falls abuse Diocese admitted one priest had been accused of sexual abuse up to January 2003. But a report by Bishop Robert Carlson admitted the Diocese of Sioux Falls had received 38 allegations of abuse against 16 priests between 1950-2003, all the accusers were minors at the time the abuse occurred, released 6 October 2003.

Marty Indian School

Marty Indian School Blue Cloud Abbey, an order of Benedictine monks, established the boarding school for Native American students. A lawyer for the Catholic Diocese of Sioux Falls said the school operated independent of the diocese.

  1. Marty Indian School lawsuits 14 former students at the Marty Indian School accuse Catholic priests, monks, nuns and others of repeated sexual abuse, “It alleges grotesque acts of sadomasochistic violence for many years,” said John Manly, a lawyer for the accusers. “The real tragedy of this is the church knew and did nothing.” filed 18 December 2008.

St. Francis School

St. Francis School (St. Francis Grade and High School) Mission boarding school on the Rosebud Sioux Indian Reservation run by Jesuit Fathers (Wisconsin Province), Sisters of St. Francis Penance and Christian Charity, Rosebud Sioux Reservation SD.

(database of allegations of sexual abuse by priests)

Chapman affair Br. Francis Chapman (deceased) accused of fondling One Star. "He bothered me," Principal Joseph Gill said. "He wasn't what he said he was. I once walked into his room, he had a young man on his lap. I didn't like the possibilities. We asked him to leave."

  1. Chapman lawsuit Sued 2003.

Gill affair Rev. Joseph C. Gill, Jesuit, ordained 1959, principal at St. Francis from 1961 to 1972, is accused in the letter of beating boys "out of the blue" and of talking "about Jesus Christ while his hand was down the kid's pants fondling him." He responded: "There were always children around. The kids were always coming up, looking for attention. I suppose that could be misinterpreted." Gill was still at the reservation in 2003.

  1. Anon accusation In 2003 man said he was molested by Gill and abused by other Jesuit priests and brothers at St. Francis Indian School on the Rosebud Reservation in 1960s.

Kowalsk affair Theodore Kowalski (1939-) Jesuit, a seminarian accused of sexual touching, taught science and math to high schoolers at St. Francis for three years, and sometimes did "monitor little kids at certain hours." Kowalski left the Jesuit order and is married. He had heard through former students that he was being accused, and said: "After 40-some years this crap is coming up? I have nothing to be ashamed of. But I'm scared to death." Lived in Houston as of 2003.

  1. Kowalsk lawsuit Sued 2003.

Walleman affair Rev. Kenneth T. Walleman SJ, a former administrator at St. Francis Mission, the Jesuit boarding school, accused of abuse while at Native American reservation. "He had had a mental breakdown at another school. He was sent by his superiors here, where he would have less stress." Sued 2003..

  1. Sonny One Star accusation Walleman sexually abused him for years when he attended St. Francis Grade and High School.

Tekakwitha Orphanage

Tekakwitha Orphanage Sisseton orphanage for Native Americans.

Tekakwitha lawsuit 58-page complaint includes allegations of sexual abuse and beatings at the hands of nuns as well as priests, filed in Minnehaha County Circuit Court, August 2010.The plaintiffs were children who were abused in the 1940s through 1970s when they were as young as 4 years-old. Also named as defendants are the Milwaukee-based Sisters of the Divine Savior, a group of nuns; and the Oblates of Mary Immaculate, a Washington, DC-based group of Catholic brothers and priests. More than a dozen priests and nuns – some of whom are identified only by first names – are also named as defendants.

Drum accusation Mary Jane Wanna Drum "We lived in that hell for over five years."

Diocesan Case List

(database of allegations of sexual abuse by priests)

[16 offenders identified, 24 listed]

Balden affair Rev. Balden, Oblate, one of several religious accused in 2010 civil suit against Diocese, Oblates and Sisters of the Divine Savior which alleged abuse of students at Tekakwitha Indian Mission in Sisseton SD. In the suit, one woman alleges that Balden, Cholewa and another unnamed priest abused her between 1975-1982 when she was 5-11 yrs old.

Boganina affair Sister Boganina, Sisters of the Diving Savior, one of several religious accused in 2010 civil suit against Diocese, Oblates and Sisters of the Divine Savior which alleged abuse of students at Tekakwitha Indian Mission in Sisseton SD. In the suit, one man alleged abuse by Sr. Boganina and a Br. Jim between 1944-1945 when he was 9 and 10 yrs old.

Busman affair Br. Busman was one of several religious accused in 2010 civil suit against Diocese, Oblates and Sisters of the Divine Savior which alleged abuse of students at Tekakwitha Indian Mission in Sisseton SD. 6 men and 2 women alleged in the suit that Busman sexually abused then between 1960-1982.

Chapman affair See above.

Cholewa affair Rev. Gregory Cholewa, Oblate, was one of several religious accused in 2010 civil suit against Diocese, Oblates and Sisters of the Divine Savior which alleged abuse of students at Tekakwitha Indian Mission in Sisseton SD. In the suit, one woman alleges that Fr.Cholewa, Fr. Balden and another unnamed priest abused her between 1975-1982 when she was 5-11 years-old.

Fitzgerald affair Rev. Fitzgerald, Oblate, was one of several religious accused in 2010 civil suit against Diocese, Oblates & Sisters of the Divine Savior which alleged abuse of students at Tekakwitha Indian Mission in Sisseton SD. Suit contains allegations by one man and one woman that he sexually abused them in 1960s.

Frey affair Br. Paul Frey in civil suit(s) filed in 2010, At least two individuals have alleged abuse by Frey at church-run Native American boarding schools in South Dakota.

Gabrini affair Sister Gabrini, Sisters of the Divine Savior, was one of several religious accused in 2010 civil suit against Diocese, Oblates and Sisters of the Divine Savior which alleged abuse of students at Tekakwitha Indian Mission in Sisseton SD. In the suit, one man alleged she sexually abused himwhile bathing him between 1946-50 when he was between 4-8 yrs old.

Gill affair See above.

Hess affair Rev. Edward Hess, Oblate, was one of several religious accused in 2010 civil suit against Diocese, Oblates and Sisters of the Divine Savior which alleged abuse of students at Tekakwitha Indian Mission in Sisseton SD. In the suit, a man and a woman accused Hess of abuse in late 1940s-early 1950s when they were between the ages of 4 - 8.

John affair Sister John, Sisters of the Divine Savior, one of several religious accused in 2010 civil suit against Diocese, Oblates and Sisters of the Divine Savior which alleged abuse of students at Tekakwitha Indian Mission in Sisseton SD. In the suit she and several others were accused of abusing a girl in 1960s when shs was between the ages of 5-13. Also accused of abuse of two in September 2011 civil suit against Ursuline Order and Helena Diocese filed by 45 people against 4 nuns, 6 priests and 1 brother.

Katherine affair Sister Katherine, Sisters of the Divine Savior, was one of several religious accused in 2010 civil suit against Diocese, Oblates and Sisters of the Divine Savior which alleged abuse of students at Tekakwitha Indian Mission in Sisseton SD. In the suit, one male alleges that between 1947-1953 she would sexually molest and abuse him while giving him baths. He was aged 6-11 at the time.

Kowalsk affair See above.

Krantz affair Rev. Robert Krantz (Bob), ordained 1978 and is still active as of November 2008. Diocese conducted investigation in 2005 and found no reason Krantz could not continue to work.

  1. Krantz lawsuit Man filed civil suit February 2008 alleging that Krantz, then a typing teacher, abused him at O'Gorman High School in 1970. He immediately complained to another priest. School principal called his parents and told them he was a troublemaker. Settled at mediation June 2009.

Lagenda affair Sister Lagenda, Sisters of the Divine Savior, was one of several religious accused in 2010 civil suit against Diocese, Oblates and Sisters of the Divine Savior which alleged abuse of students at Tekakwitha Indian Mission in Sisseton SD. One man and one woman accused her of abuse in 1960s.

Leroy affair Br. Leroy, Oblate, was one of several religious accused in 2010 civil suit against Diocese, Oblates and Sisters of the Divine Savior which alleged abuse of students at Tekakwitha Indian Mission in Sisseton SD. In the suit, one man said he was sexually abused by Br. Leroy between 1964-1970 when he was 6-12 years-old. Also alleges abuse by other students at Tekakwitha.

Lind affair Rev. Thomas, Priests of the Sacred Heart. S.C.J., Placed on leave after allegations in SD civil suit that he had abused children at a Native American School in the 1970s. No previous allegations. Order said charges "not credible" February 2011 and returned him to duty. Later statement by Order said that the allegation was actually "unsubstantiated." Civil suit is still pending in SD Supreme Court August 2011. Lives and works in Diocese of Jackson, MS.

Lucy Marie affair Sister Lucy Marie, Sisters of the Divine Savior, Mother Superior of the orphanage, was one of several religious accused in 2010 civil suit against Diocese, Oblates and Sisters of the Divine Savior which alleged abuse of students at Tekakwitha Indian Mission in Sisseton SD. She is accused of abuse in 1950s-1960s by two women who allege she forced them to simulate sex acts with a life-size doll.

MacArthur case See below.

Neuroth affair Rev. William J. Neuroth, ordained 1963, Removed from active duty 1994, laicized prior to June 1999.

  1. Neuroth lawsuit Civil suit in 1995 accused Neuroth of of abusing youth for 4 years at O'Gorman High School. He also was accused of stalking the victim who he claimed victim could not break off relationship because it would be destructive to the Church. Family went to Bishop to request Church order him to stop. Neuroth admitted similar relationship with 2 other boys and a 3rd who committed suicide. Suit settled 1999.

Pohlen affair Rev. John Pohlen, Oblate, head of the orphanage, was one of several religious accused in 2010 civil suit against Diocese, Oblates and Sisters of the Divine Savior which alleged abuse of students at Tekakwitha Indian Mission in Sisseton SD. 3 men and 2 women alleged abuse by him in 1950s.

Suttmiller affair Rev. Francis Suttmiller (d. 1996), Benedictine, accused in 2010 lawsuit(s) of abuse of students at St. Paul's Indian Mission (a church-run boarding school for Native American children), on the Yankton Sioux Reservation.

Theresa affair Sister Theresa, Sisters of the Divine Savior, one of several religious accused in 2010 civil suit against Diocese, Oblates and Sisters of the Divine Savior which alleged abuse of students at Tekakwitha Indian Mission in Sisseton SD. One woman said Sr. Therasa sexually and physicallyabused her from ages 4-11 (between 1947-54). Same woman said she was also forced by Mother Superior and others to simulate sex acts with a life-size doll.

Tim affair Br. Tim, Oblate, was one of several religious accused in 2010 civil suit against Diocese, Oblates and Sisters of the Divine Savior which alleged abuse of students at Tekakwitha Indian Mission in Sisseton SD. In the suit, one man alleged abuse by Br. Tim and Sr. Boganina between 1944-1945 when he was 9 and 10 years-old.

Walleman affair See above.

Bruce MacArthur

MacArthur case Rev. Bruce Duncan MacArthur, ordained 1953, worked in churches across Keloland from 1953 to 1973. He was a convicted sex offender and a self-admitted pedophile. Later MacArthur would serve time in prison for rape and then be reassigned by the Diocese to other locations.

  1. Anon accusation MacArthur was accused by a South Dakota woman of molesting her while he worked in Yankton 1961-1963.
  2. DeLonga accusation Judith “Judy” Glassman DeLonga (1955-) accused him of molesting her from c. 1965-1970 while she lived in Beaver Dam, Wis., lawsuit filed 23 May 2003. Suit settled out of court November 2005.

Diocese of Sioux Falls cover-up Diocese knew of behavior in 1963.

MacArthur/Texas MacArthur went to live in Texas, where he was convicted of attempting to rape a disabled nursing home patient in Texas, and he admitted to sexually abusing at least 30 girls.

MacArthur trial I MacArthur sent to prison in Texas in 1978 for abuse of nursing home patient and then reassigned as priest.

MacArthur/New Mexico Newspaper discovered MacArthur living in Gallup, NM (he never served as a priest in the Diocese of Gallup, and he has no known victims there) in 2003 where he was volunteering in the kitchens of Casa San Martin and Villa Guadalupe, the Little Sisters of the Poor's nursing home.

MacArthur trial II MacArthur arrested January 2006, charged with abuse of 3 girls at Beaver Dam hospital in 1960s. Admitted abusing 30 girls. Convicted and sentenced to prison August 2008.

MacArthur lawsuits Lawsuits filed July 2007 and September 2007 in Wisconsin against the Archdiocese of Milwaukee and Diocese of Sioux Falls, SD by 2 women under new Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling. Wisconsin Supreme Court also ruled that SOL stopped when priest left state.

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