At the end of another long day trying to sign up new clients accusing the Roman Catholic Church of sexual abuse, lawyer Adam Slater gazes out the window of his high-rise Manhattan office at one of the great symbols of the church, St. Patrick's Cathedral.
"I wonder how much that's worth?" he muses.
"It's not a cash grab," he said. "They want to have a voice. They want to help other people and make sure it doesn't happen again."I haven't had one person ask me about the money yet."Clearly, the Church is not the only hypocritical party in these affairs. Sadly, it's the actual victim's interests that are being neglected yet again.
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