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News, Matt Smith A Secrecy Fetish

A Secrecy Fetish

Was Kamala Harris merely sloppy when she failed to disclose a crime lab scandal and the criminal backgrounds of police who were trial witnesses? Or does she have a policy of "When in doubt, keep secrets"? SF Weekly's attempts to…
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News, Feature Blind Eye Unto the Holy See

Blind Eye Unto the Holy See

During the 2002 U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops in Dallas -- at the height of public outrage over the clergy sex-abuse scandal -- San Francisco Archbishop William J. Levada projected himself as a reformer on the abuse issue, chastising some…
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News, Legal Pirouette

Legal Pirouette

In a boost to San Francisco Archbishop William J. Levada's efforts to keep documents on accused priestly sex abusers secret, newly appointed Marin County District Attorney Ed Berberian has officially reversed his predecessor's decision to provide SF Weekly with materials…
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News, Feature Zipped Up

Zipped Up

Seated in a Marin County courtroom, Father Gregory Ingels fidgeted nervously as he waited for his name to be called. Tall and distinguished-looking in his clerical garb, the prominent canon lawyer and former vicar for clergy in the Roman Catholic…
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News, Sidebar Fast Times at Marin Catholic High

Fast Times at Marin Catholic High

Barely a month before Father Gregory Ingels was arraigned in 2003 on charges of molesting a teenage boy years earlier, Jane Parkhurst sat down with a Marin County sheriff's investigator to place a phone call to the priest -- a…
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News, Bay View 'Scuse  Us, Folks

'Scuse Us, Folks

As San Francisco Archbishop William J. Levada prepares to preside over a June 14 "ceremony of apology" for Catholics sexually abused by priests, some victims who were once among the event's biggest boosters say they may boycott it over their…
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