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Former Lodi priest Oliver O’Grady sentenced to three years in prison for child pornography

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Oliver O’Grady

Posted: Tuesday, January 31, 2012 12:26 pm | Updated: 2:45 pm, Tue Jan 31, 2012.

An Irish court has sentenced a former Lodi priest to three years in prison for possessing child pornography.

Oliver O'Grady, 66, was sentenced Monday at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court, according to the Irish Courts Service. He previously pleaded guilty to three counts of possessing child pornography. He was arrested in Dublin in December 2010 after leaving a computer containing pornographic images of children on a flight from Amsterdam.

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  • Angel Ace posted at 8:11 am on Sat, Mar 24, 2012.

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    When I first knew of Oliver O'gray was on Netflix through a documentary, I was really horrified on easily the Catholic Church allowed this so called priest to roam free and victimize so many children. This is beyond negligence, irresponsible would be an under statement. To me the actions that were taken to conceal seemed to be premeditated actions of concealment. knowing of something so wicked and allowing it to go on, then the comment of confidentiality should have its limits, specially when it comes to child abuse the law should permit information to be acquired regardless if its from a therapist or a bishop due to the fact that this particular person was breaking the law and continued to do so. Also those who serve the Catholic church do no have experience in family as husband wife and children which disqualifies them to understanding the effects of having ones child abused by someone else. Revelation chapter 16 and 17 explains what will happen to those who do these things.

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