Archdiocese adds LA clergy docs after complaints
(AP) – The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles says it will release more documents from clergy abuse files amid complaints that the 12,000 pages released last week are missing critical pages and contained excessive redactions.
The archdiocese acknowledged it had erred in keeping some documents sealed after The Associated Press inquired about them on Wednesday.
The documents from the file of former priest Michael Baker span a 14 year-period — from 1986 to 2000 — and provide insight into how Cardinal Roger Mahony and other church leaders dealt with him.
The AP obtained a complete copy of the Baker file last month that contains the documents that are left out of the archdiocese release.
Church attorney Michael Hennigan didn’t say why the pages weren’t in its initial release.
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