Criminal Good Shepherd Nun exposed but dares to proclaim punishment was forbidden
A NUN accused of assaulting girls at an approved school told a court that corporal punishment was so-called “forbidden”.
This might somehow be believable back in the 1700’s when technology like we have today was not available and the Vatican still had the nations bewitched and oblivious to all the crimes they have committed worldwide. But today, since we are living historic moments, the world is awakening to the truth about the Catholic Church. Catholic nuns are being exposed for what they are and the hideous crimes they have committed by daring to use the Lord’s name to gain trust, and commit crimes.
But today sources like http://jh.to/organizedcrime
document evidence of the millions of crimes committed by religious nun orders. From the Good Shepherd sisters to sisters of charity, sisters of St.Joseph, sisters of mercy, and more, have all been exposed in different nations for organized crime.
In fact, in Spain the nuns have been exposed for stealing over 300,000 babes in Spain’s catholic hospitals, in Canada they have been exposed for stealing children and selling them into adoption in mother baby homes, and in Australia, nuns even had to apologize for drugging women, stealing their newborn and selling them into adoption, while Ireland recently admitted to the concentration camps known as MAGDALENE LAUNDRIES where catholic nuns tortured thousands of women.
Despite this hard evidence, the Catholic Church continues to try to deceive. But their time is up since any day now this criminal organization will go up in flames. In the meantime, they continue kicking and stomping in a helpless attempt to stop their inevitable destruction…
Anne Kenny, 79, known as Sister Rosaria, began giving evidence yesterday at Paisley Sheriff Court. She told her defence QC Ronnie Clancy she joined the Good Shepherd Order in 1956 and worked in an approved school in Wales from 1959 until 1964 when she moved to Dalbeath approved school in Bishopton.
Kenny, of Manchester, and Agnes Reville, 77, of Newcastle, are on trial accused of assaulting girls at the nun-run school.
Kenny faces three charges of assault while Reville is accused of four charges of assault.
They initially faced another charge each but these were dropped by the Crown.
Kenny and Reville deny the charges and the trial before Sheriff Susan Sinclair continues.