Nepridipravi izkoriščajo situacijo žrtev spolnih zlorab za izsiljevanje duhovnikov. NSi bo očitno uspelo doseči podaljšanje zastaralnih rokov

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Priložnost v situaciji razčiščevanja spolnih zlorab v duhovniških vrstah so zaznali tudi nepridipravi. Zaslužek si obetajo z izsiljevanjem duhovnikov, češ da vedo, da naj bi ti otipavali osnovnošolske deklice. V zameno za denar pa bi zadevo prikrili javnosti.

Za poskuse izsiljevanja sta z opozorilom duhovnikom in navodilom, da naj poskuse izsiljevanja prijavijo policiji, odzvali Slovenska škofovska konferenca in tudi civilna iniciativa Dovolj.je

Stranka NSi pa je medtem v parlamentu uspela doseči spremembe Kazenskega zakonika, ki zastaralne roke pri pregonu spolnih zlorab podaljšuje tudi na 90 let. 

Manj uspešni pa smo na Domovini pri pridobivanju odgovorov od vodstva reda Lazaristov, zakaj v vlogi kaplana na sv. Jožefu v Celju še vedno naprej deluje Jože Planinšek, ki ga spolnega nadlegovanja obtožuje pet žrtev, preverjenih v postopkih civilne iniciative Dovolj.je.

Vsaj štirje duhovniki iz škofije Novo mesto so minule dni prejeli klic moškega s telefonske številke 069 923 998 (ki ni več dosegljiva). Moški jim je dejal, da ve za primer otipavanja deklice s strani duhovnika v razredu nižje stopnje osnovne šole. S poklicanimi se je želel srečati z namenom dogovora za denar, da spolna zloraba ne bi prišla v javnost.

V izjavi za javnost Slovenske škofovske konference (SŠK) navajajo, da naj bi bili klicev deležni duhovniki tudi v drugih škofijah. Ker gre za poskus kaznivega dejanja izsiljevanja, duhovnikom dajejo navodilo, da klice takoj javijo policiji na številko 113 ter o tem obvestijo tudi svoj ordinariat.

“Kakršnokoli pristajanje na zahteve tovrstnih klicateljev ali dogovarjanje z njimi ni sprejemljivo. Ko v telefonskem pogovoru z neznano osebo postane očitno, da gre za poskus izsiljevanja, zastraševanja ipd., je potrebno prekiniti telefonski klic. Pomembno je, da se v telefonskih pogovorih z neznanci ne razkrivajo osebni podatki in informacije iz duhovniškega življenja ter dela,” še pišejo v SŠK.

Dodajajo še navodilo, da če imajo tovrstni klicatelji določena vprašanja, kritike, pritožbe ipd., naj jih na župnijski urad naslovijo pisno ali se oglasijo osebno v dogovorjenem času (npr. uradnih ur).

Zlorabo situacije razčiščevanja spolnih zlorab znotraj Katoliške cerkve so obsodili tudi v civilni iniciativi Dovolj.je:

Povzročitelji spolnih zlorab se ne bodo več mogli zanašati na zastaranost primerov

Stranka Nova Slovenija pa medtem skozi parlamentarno proceduro uspešno vodi svoj predlog spremembe Kazenskega zakonika, ki zastaralne roke za najhujša kazniva dejanja zoper spolno nedotakljivost podaljšajo za trikrat.

Odbor za pravosodje je tako brez glasu proti sprejel, da bodo zastaralni roki za najhujša kazniva dejanja zoper spolno nedotakljivost podaljšani za obdobje od 30 do 90 let.

“Zadovoljen sem, da je sprememba kazenskega zakonika, ki podaljšuje zastaralne roke za spolne zlorabe, naletela na posluh. Upam, da bo zdrav razum prevladal tudi, ko bomo spremembo zakonika potrjevali na plenarni seji,” je prvi test v parlamentarni proceduri komentiral predsednik NSi, Matej Tonin.

A po njegovem ostaja dejstvo, da je podaljšanje zastaralnega roka za dejanja zoper spolno nedotakljivost le majhen in zelo enostaven korak, ki ga lahko oziroma ga mora storiti politika.

“Bistveno večji in težji korak je namreč na strani žrtev, ki se z zlorabami soočajo celo življenje in iščejo pot v normalno življenje. Kot pravijo psihologi, številni ljudje nikoli ne zberejo poguma in ne prijavijo storilca. Mnogi tudi zato, ker ne vedo, če bodo pravico na sodišču sploh lahko dočakali,” pravi Tonin.

Po njegovem prepričanju je zato dolžnost naše družbe, da te ljudi zaščiti in jim pomaga.

“Podaljšanje zastaralnega roka za takšna zavržna dejanja je v tem trenutku le del zgodbe. V prihodnje bi bilo potrebno celotno zakonodajo prilagoditi tako, da bodo žrtve spolnih zlorab v procesih pred sodišči bolj zaščitene kot so danes,” je še za Domovino povedal predlagatelj.

Lazaristi ignorirajo vprašanja Domovine

Manj odzivni pa so v cerkvenih vrstah, ko gre za pojasnjevanje javnosti, kako je mogoče, da duhovnik, proti kateremu je javno pričalo pet domnevnih žrtev spolnih zlorab, naprej ostaja na župniji.

Na vizitatorja slovenske province Misijonske družbe lazaristov, Franca Rataja, smo že 16. januarja, dan po novinarski konferenci iniciative dovolj.je, naslovili vprašanji v zvezi z nadaljnjo prisotnostjo duhovnika Jožeta Planinška na župniji Celje – sv. Jožef.

Visoki predstavniki Cerkve v javnih nastopih pogosto povedo, da duhovnike, na katere pade sum storitve spolne zlorabe, umaknejo z dela v župniji. Slednje se tudi dogaja v primerih navadnih duhovnikov, še posebej dosledni so v murskosoboški škofiji.

Ni pa tako v Planinškovem primeru, ki velja za vplivnega lazarista, znano pa je tudi njegovo prijateljevanje s kardinalom Francom Rodetom. Planinšek, sicer zdaj kot kaplan, na sv. Jožefu v Celju ostaja kljub temu, da je proti njem pričalo pet različnih žrtev, katerih pričevanja so zbrana in objavljena na spletni strani Dovolj.je. Prijave prvih žrtev na njegov račun so znane že skoraj eno leto.

Vprašanji Domovine za vizitatorja lazaristov Franca Rataja:
“Zanima nas, zakaj navedeni duhovnik kljub vsem zoper njega podanim prijavam ni bil umaknjen iz župnije, v kateri ima stik z otroki in mladimi, čeprav ima Cerkev dolžnost, da ga umakne (prim.)? Nameravate v zvezi s tem kakorkoli ukrepati?” [/su_note]

Po dveh poslanih e-poštnih sporočilih v več kot treh tednih od vizitatorja Rataja na Domovini nismo prejeli nobenega odgovora, čeprav je preko tega e-naslova predhodno že komuniciral.

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  1. Argentina
    On August 17, 2019, Argentina Bishop Sergio Buenanueva of San Francisco, Cordoba, acknowledged the history of sex abuse in the Catholic Church in Argentina.[243][244] Buenanueva, who was labeled as a “Prelate” for the Argentine Catholic Church,[243][244] also stated that the church’s sex abuse crisis in Argentina, which also happens to be Pope Francis’ native country, was “just beginning.”[243][244]

    Archdiocese of Buenos Aires
    Bro. Fernando Enrique Picciochi, S.M. was convicted in 2012 of sexually abusing five children[245]
    Diocese of Lomas de Zamora
    In November 2004, Rev. Luis Eduardo Sierra, S.D.P. was convicted of “first-degree sexual abuse” of three altar boys, ages 12–14, in 2000 and 2001.[246]

    Diocese of San Isidro
    In 2011 Rev. José Antonio Mercau was convicted of sexually abusing four boys and given a 14-year prison sentence. Released early in 2014, but was defrocked the same year.[245]
    In 2016, Rev. Cristian Gramlich was defrocked for sex abuse.[245]
    In April 2019, Rev. Mario Koessler pled guilty to aggravated sexual abuse of three women.[245]
    Diocese of San Martín
    In 2017, Rev. Carlos Eduardo José was arrested and charged with sexually abusing seven young girls.[245]

    Diocese of San Nicolás de los Arroyos
    In December 2018, Rev. Tulio Mattiussi was arrested and charged with sexually abusing 3-year old and 4-year-old children at a pre-school facility.[245] He remained in prison awaiting trial.[245]

    Archdiocese of La Plata
    In 1985, Rev. Ricardo Giménez was arrested on charges of molesting five girls, but was released following Bishop mediation.[245] He again detained in 1996 for inappropriately touching an altar boy, only to be released after serving nine months.[245]
    Accused Diocese of Mendoza priest Fr. Nicola Corradi was also charged by authorities in Buenos Aires province sexually abusing children at a school in La Plata.[247][248] The Antonio Provolo Institute for the Deaf in Mendoza province, where Corradi was also accused of molesting children, kept secret archives in the province’s city of La Plata.[249] The La Plata school where Corradi is accused of molesting children is also a sister school to the Antonio Provolo Institute.[248] Corradi was later convicted for the Mendoza sex abuse charges and received a prison sentence of 42 years.[250]
    Diocese of Mar del Plata
    In October 2018, the Vatican defrocked Rev. José Luis Serre after finding him guilty of sex abuse[245]

    Diocese of Nueve de Julio
    In August 2011, Brother Isaac Gómez, S.M. was sentenced to 11 years in prison after being convicted of aggravated sexual abuse against a minor at the Marianist College of St. Augustine.[245]

    Diocese of Quilmes
    In 2003, Rev. Héctor Pared was sentenced to 24 years in prison after being convicted of molesting boys at an orphanage.[245] Died four months into his sentence.[245]
    In 2003, a criminal complaint was brought against Rev. Rubén Pardo, who was asked to be removed from ministry for sex abuse.[245] Despite being reported to the Quilmes Bishop in 2002, the abuse was never reported to the police.[245] Pardo died of AIDS in 2005.[245] In 2013, the Diocese lost a lawsuit concerning abuse won a civil judgment against the Quilmes bishop for concealment[245]
    Diocese of Zárate-Campana
    In 2007, Rev. Mario Napoleón Sasso was convicted of first degree sexual abuse of 5 girls and given a 17-year prison sentence.[245]

    Diocese of Santiago del Estero
    In May 2015, Rev. Julián Ruiz was arrested on charges of sexually abusing a 17-year-old boy from March to May 2015.[245] Was released in September 2016 after 15 months in jail.[245] July 2017 after the Santiago del Estero appeals court ruled that the charges would be reduced to grooming or virtual harassment.[245]

    Archdiocese of Córdoba
    In 1982, Rev. Avelino Trecco was convicted of murdering and sexually abusing a boy and was given an eight-year prison sentence.[245] Was released in 1986 after serving three years of this sentence.[245]

    Archdiocese of Corrientes
    In 1986, Bro. Ángel Tarcisio Acosta, S.D.B. was sentenced to 18 years in prison for corruption and abuse of minors at the Salesian Institute, Instituto Religioso Pío XI, where he taught catechesis and ran the game room and library.[245]
    In 2012, Rev. Ladislao Chomin was sentenced to four years in prison for molesting a four-year-old girl in 2003.[245] Later allowed to serve sentence under house arrest.[245]
    Diocese of Puerto Iguazú
    In November 2012, Rev. Miguel Ángel Santurio was convicted by the Vatican of sexually abusing three local girls and was defrocked.[245]

    Archdiocese of Paraná
    In 2017, Rev. Juan Diego Escobar Gaviria was convicted of sexually abusing four minors and given a 25-year prison sentence.[245]
    In 2018, Rev. Justo José Ilarraz was convicted and given a 25-year prison sentence for sexually abusing seven boys between 1985 and 1993.[245]
    In 2019, Rev. Marcelino Moya was convicted of sexually abusing two former altar boys that Moya had sexually abused them in the 1990s and sentenced to 17 years in prison.[245]
    Diocese of Goya
    In 2011, Rev. Domingo Pacheco was arrested for sexually abusing a 20-year-old male. Was released from in 2013, but later convicted in 2017.[245] He was given a 13-year suspended prison sentence.[245]

    Archdiocese of Salta
    In 2016, Rev. Agustín Rosa Torino was charged was sex abuse and is currently under house arrest[245]
    In 2017, A church tribunal found Rev. Néstor Aramayo guilty of molesting a girl and removed him from ministry for two years.[245]
    In 2016, Alicia Pacheco, a nun who took the name Sr. Micaela, was arrested and charged with raping a girl.[245] She was released in 2017 pending trial.[245]
    In 2019, Rev. José Carlos Aguilera was criminally charged with sex abuse.[245]
    Diocese of Orán
    On 10 June 2019, former Orán Bishop Gustavo Zanchetta was criminally charged with sexually abusing two seminarians.[251] Zanchetta, who was one of Pope Francis’s first appointments in his home country, was first accused of “strange behaviour” in 2015 when pornographic pictures, including naked selfies, were found on his phone.[251] In August 2017, Pope Francis allowed Zanchetta to resign as Bishop of Orán, citing “health reasons,” but then appointed him to serve as Assessor, or Councilor, to the Administration of the Patrimony of the Apostolic See.[251] Despite this appointment, Zanchetta remained in Argentina when he was charged.[251] He was barred from leaving the country, had to undergo a psychiatric evaluation, and faces between three and ten years in prison if convicted.[251] A Vatican trial also began for Zanchetta nearly two weeks before criminal charges were brought against him in Argentina on 28 May 2019.[252][253][254] A local priest speaking on anonymity later told Crux Now on August 13, 2019 that the Diocese had “not one, not two, not three, but several” cases of sex abuse.[255] On August 28, 2019, it was announced that Zanchetta’s travel ban was lifted and that he returned to Rome, though he still remains suspended as Councilor to the Administration of the Patrimony of the Apostolic See and will serve in a new Vatican job.[256]

    On November 7, 2019, the main offices of the Diocese of Oran were raided as part of the ongoing investigation against Zanchetta.[257][258] Zanchetta is also accused of committing acts of financial fraud and mismanagement by embezzling Diocese charity funds which were secretly not used for charitable causes, but instead were used for personal causes.[257][258] Zanchetta also secretly sold Church property to buyers as well.[257][258] After this report surfaced it was reported that Zanchetta was still suspended by the Vatican.[257] On November 27, 2019, Zanchetta returned voluntarily to Argentina and appeared in court earlier than the scheduled November 28 deadline.[259][260] A judge once again allowed Zanchetta to return to the Vatican, but also required him to maintain residence at the Santa Marta Hotel.[261]

    Diocese of Morón
    In 2009, Julio Grassi was found guilty (by a three-judge panel of the Criminal Court Oral 1 Morón) of one count of sexual abuse and one count of corrupting a minor in the “Happy Children’s Foundation”.[262] In 2010, Criminal Appeals Court of Buenos Aires province denied Grassi’s request for an appeal and he began serving his 15-year prison sentence in 2013 when the provincial court in Morón also denied him an appeal.[246] The Supreme Court of Argentina upheld his conviction and sentence in 2017.[246]

    Archdiocese of Santa Fe de la Vera Cruz
    Main article: Sexual abuse scandal in Santa Fe de la Vera Cruz archdiocese
    Allegations of sexual abuse by Archbishop Edgardo Storni on 47 young seminarists surfaced in 1994, and were published in 2000.[263] This led to a victim from a 1992 incident coming forward, followed by a conviction for eight years in December 2009.[264]

    In 2016, Rev. Nelsón Fabián Monzón was arrested and charged with raping a three-year-old girl.[245] Despite being released on bail, Monzón was returned to prison on charges of also raping his female victim’s four-to-five-year-old male cousin.[245]
    Archdiocese of Mendoza
    In 2016, two priests, Fr. Nicola Corradi and Fr. Horacio Corbacho, and three other men employed at one of the Antonio Provolo Institute for the Deaf’s Argentine schools were arrested in Mendoza, Argentina in 2016 for abuse of children.[265] Corradi had previously been accused as early as 2009 of committing sex abuse at the Antonio Provolo Institute for the Deaf’s main campus in Verona, Italy.[265][266] On May 6, 2017, Argentine authorities charged Japanese nun Sr Kosaka Kumiko with abusing children at the very same Argentine school as well,[267] and also for covering up sex abuse committed by the two priests as well.[266] On June 15, 2019, it was announced that the two priests will stand trial on August 5, 2019.[266] The two priests will face trial in Argentina,[266] where they were jailed after being accused of sexually abusing 22 children at the Argentine school.[265] Former institute employee Armando Gomez also would serve as a co-defendant.[268][269] The trial began as scheduled.[269] Former institute employee Jorge Bordón had been sentenced to 10 years in prison in 2018 for sex abuse at the institute as well.[269]
    On 25 November 2019 priests Nicola Corradi, 83, and Horacio Corbacho, 59, were each found guilty of sexually abusing deaf children at a Catholic school for the deaf in Luján de Cuyo from 2004 to 2016. They were sentenced to 42 and 45 years in prison respectively. Their garderner Armando Gómez was jailed for 18 years.[270][271][272] Aside from Gómez, several other school faculty, including Kumiko, have been jailed for complicity since the abuse allegations surfaced in 2016.[273] At the time of the convictions, Kumiko was still being held in prison awaiting trial.[270]
    Two monks from the Archdiocese’s Christ at Prayer Monastery in the town of Tupungato were arrested on December 27, 2018 and charged with sexually abusing one boy and one adult male between 2009 and 2015.[274] The monks, Fr. Diego Roque and Fr. Oscar Portillo, were originally from Buenos Aires and have lead the monastery since its founding in 1996.[274] Both monks will remain under house arrest until trial.[274]
    Poglejte kaj je počel Italijan Corradi?
    http://www.bishop-accountability.org/Argentina/Database.htm
    Kje je še hujše kot v Argentini? Naši duhovniki imajo samo odrasle, prostovoljne udeležence in udeleženke svojih kršitev celibata.

  2. Taka izsiljevanja so nekaj normalnega, če so stvari v medijih. Tema spolnih zlorab v medijih pa je, ker Cerkev ne naredi nič, da bi se to problematiko reševalo.

    Torej namesto, da objavljalo na javnih straneh SŠK tovrstne novice, naj raje po mailu obvestijo osebno vsakega duhovnika o metodi izsiljevanja. Javno pa naj za Božjo voljo že začnejo preganjati pedofile in spolne prestopnike. Sicer le dajejo ideje in skušajo vzpodbuditi še več tovrstnih reakcij prevarantov. Prepričana sem, da jim te rekacije ustrezajo, da bi prikazali sebe kot žrtve. Javno objavo tega je zagotovo naredil Tadej Strehovec zelo načrtno. Tako kot je zbiral ljudi na svojih osebnih shodih.

    Lazaristi pa tonejo. V enem letu niso sposobni niti umakniti zloglasnega Planinška. Kje je šele očiščenje svojih vrst.

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