Missouri Supreme Court rules on 1970s Chaminade case involving priest, brother
Submitted on June 15, 2006
A previous priest sexual-abuse case regarding the statute of limitations in abuse lawsuits involving repressed memory no longer will be followed as a result of a Missouri Supreme Court ruling June 13.
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