Pittsburgh Diocese Subpoenaed As Part Of Grand Jury Probe Into Priest Sex Abuse Allegations
PITTSBURGH (KDKA/AP) — The Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh has been subpoenaed by the state Attorney General’s Office as part of an investigation into the allegations of sex abuse by priests.
In a statement, Bishop David Zubik says the Diocese will cooperate fully with investigators.
“We immediately responded to the Attorney General’s wish and said that we would cooperate fully,” said Bishop Zubik. “They were very specific about asking us to prepare to turn any files over that we had on accusations that were made against anybody about sexual misconduct with children, whether that’s credible or not credible.”
The statement reads:
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