Per the Maryland Attorney General’s Office: “Maryland Attorney General Anthony G. Brown today released a revised interim Attorney General’s Report on Child Sexual Abuse in the Archdiocese of Baltimore. The revised interim release, as authorized by the August 16, 2023 Order of the Circuit Court for Baltimore City, removes some redactions that the court had previously ordered in this Office’s initial interim release on April 2023.
By order of the Circuit Court, some information in today’s revised interim release remains redacted while certain individuals named in the report appeal the Court’s August 2023 ruling authorizing the disclosure of their identities. Those appeals are ongoing. Depending on the outcome of those appeals, the Office may release a further version of the report at a later time. The revised interim public release is available on the website of the Office of the Attorney General www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov and can also be accessed here:
We encourage those who haven’t yet, but may be ready to do so now, to reach out to us to report past abuse by members of the clergy by calling 410-576-6312 or emailing [email protected]. This Report is for informational purposes only. It is based on material obtained from the Office of the Attorney General email and phone hotline, victim and witness interviews, open-source media, electronic documents provided by the Archdiocese of Baltimore in response to Grand Jury subpoenas, and reporting letters from the Archdiocese. It contains detailed descriptions of sexual abuse and other sexual misconduct against children.
The accusations of wrongdoing described in this Report do not constitute findings of guilt.
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