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SNAP founder, Barbara Blaine departs

When Barbara Blaine was 13 years of age, she reports that she was sexually molested by a Roman Catholic priest. She identified the priest who she says molested her. And although there have been 30 years of accusations against him, he has never had to face the criminal justice system for those accusations because he is protected by the statute of limitations in the law. Barbara went on to found the group SNAP, Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests and she has been involved with SNAP’s leadership for the past 29 years.

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