For two decades, the Catholic League has been reporting on the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP). It is a thoroughly corrupt outfit imbued with a pathological hatred of the Catholic Church. To top things off, it ill serves the people it claims to help.
Two recent developments indicate that this professional victims’ lobby is crashing: a) its executive director, David Clohessy, has resigned, and b) it has been sued by a former employee who blew the whistle on its unseemly practices.
Bill Donohue compared the allegations in the lawsuit against SNAP to years of Catholic League research on it: the results are devastating. To read his analysis, SNAP Implodes, click here.