Wearable Armor for Children in public spaces.
Source and Further Reading
The Sydney Morning Herald
From The Raw Story Web Site.
[St. Louis Archbishop Robert Carlson testified last month that he wasn’t sure whether it was illegal for priests to have sex with children while he served as chancellor of the St. Paul and Minneapolis archdiocese.
The former chancellor gave a deposition last month in a lawsuit that claims the Minnesota archdiocese and the Diocese of Winona created a public nuisance by keeping information on abusive priests secret, reported Minnesota Public Radio.
The 69-year-old Carlson also faces a massive clergy abuse lawsuit in the Archdiocese of St. Louis, where he’s served as archbishop since 2009.
One document made public in that case shows more than 100 priests and church employees have been accused of sexual abuse, and the Missouri Supreme Court ordered the archdiocese to turn over their names under seal.
The Minnesota lawsuit was filed by a man who claimed a priest abused him during the 1970s, and Carlson told the plaintiff’s attorneys that his understanding of those accusations had changed over the years.
“I’m not sure whether I knew it was a crime or not,” Carlson said. “I understand today it’s a crime.”] – The Raw Story Further Reading
Scientists discovered a rare Antibody in some Children in Tanzania. They have tested it, and found that rats treated with the Antibody are immune to Malaria. Malaria is a disease that effects animals and humans. The infection is delivered via Mosquito bites. There are approximately 300-500 million cases a year. About One Million of those die from the disease.