Attorney General Offers Assistance in Clergymen Cases
BROWNSVILLE – The Texas Attorney General is offering his office’s assistance to all district and county attorneys as they investigate cases involving clergymen.
The diocese of Brownsville released a list of 14 clergymen accused of sexually abusing minors on Thursday.
The attorney general suggests victims to file a police report and contact their local district attorney’s office to get the process started.
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