(News12.com) MORRISTOWN – A victim of sexual abuse by a priest is speaking publicly after Delbarton School has agreed to lift a confidentiality order going back 30 years.
(NJ.com) MORRISTOWN — A Superior Court judge today ordered his courtroom closed to the press and public during opening statements in a civil trial brought by a man known as “John Doe” who wants to be released from a confidentiality agreement he signed after settling a sexual abuse lawsuit against the Delbarton School in Morris […]
MENDHAM – To Bill Crane, a lawsuit filed by the Delbarton School against his lawyer is one more tactic of intimidation in the ongoing battle by Crane and others to uncover victims who were sexually assaulted by priests at the school.
I find this interesting how those that don’t read the article in depth, that say it is all about the Money and Greg Gianforcaro should not have signed the confidentiality agreement. He wasn’t the attorney at the time, and the victim/survivor he was helping, John Doe wasn’t seeking damages but to be released from the […]
The Benedictine religious order that operates Delbarton School in Morris Township has filed suit against a lawyer it claims has disclosed confidential details about a settlement reached between the order and a youth who was sexually abused by a monk in the 1980s.
(Star-Ledger) The Delbarton School is suing an attorney it says violated a confidentiality agreement by publicly disclosing terms of a 1988 settlement of a lawsuit filed by a teenager who was sexually abused by a monk at the school.
On August 21, 2012, the existing complaint regarding sexual misconduct was amended to include one more individual, a victim of Timothy Brennan. The amended complaint now includes as defendants: Delbarton School Saint Mary’s Abbey The Order of Saint Benedict Saint Elizabeth School Saint Elizabeth Church Archdiocese of Newark Father Justin Capato Father Luke Travers Father […]
(Star-Ledger) He stood six feet from the microphone on the lawn of the Morris County Courthouse Friday, his wife’s hand clasped and his lips clenched as others spoke of him in the third person. And when it was time to be heard, he didn’t even read his own statement.
(Daily Record) A man who admittedly was sexually abused by a Delbarton School monk when he was a student in 1984 joined victim’s advocates Friday in calling upon leaders of the prestigious school to be “transparent and open” about misconduct by its monks and allow him to speak freely about a confidential lawsuit settlement he […]
As they had several times before, Fr. Rembert and the graduate discussed a range of topics. When the topic turned to sexual misconduct, the two eventually discussed misconduct by Fr. Timothy Brennan (who had been in the news recently). Fr. Rembert allegedly shared with the graduate at lunch that the abbey had settled the lawsuit […]
When Father Timothy Brennan pled guilty to a charge of aggravated sexual contact on January 21, 1987, he was already participating in a six-month residential treatment program for sex offender at Saint Luke’s in Silver Spring, Maryland. In the mid-80s, monk offenders rarely went to St. Luke’s for a single incident of misconduct. Abbot Brian Clarke […]
(The Star-Ledger) The latest in a string of accusations of sexual abuse at the Delbarton School involve a monk, the Rev. Benedict Worry, who has been serving as the pastor of St. Elizabeth of Hungary in Linden and the chaplain for the Linden Police Department.
(Reuters) – Accusations of child sex abuse at New Jersey’s elite Delbarton School widened on Tuesday as two men joined a lawsuit claiming molestation by monks at the Roman Catholic boys academy in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
(MorristownPatch.com) Steve Badt said he recently had a conversation with his 8-year-old son about what had happened to him as a teenager.
(The Star-Ledger) WASHINGTON — As the head chef at Miriam’s Kitchen, Steve Badt has been turning discarded food into acclaimed meals for the homeless for 11 years. Vegetables from local farmers markets, bruised fruit from Costco and restaurant leftovers are turned into healthy dishes for the desperately hungry of Washington, D.C.