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Raze the Chancery

The Chancery Building is beautiful architecture with a vile history of forsaken children. It represents the Spokane Diocese rite of abetting, cultivation and cover-up of sexual child abuse. For decades the clergy’s sexual delight for innocent youth was a reasonable mis- behavior without consequence. In that building the diocese manipulated and rigged an arcane method of bankruptcy to hide the ownership of assets because they were more valuable than the souls, morbidity and mortification of their victims.

Raze the Chancery Building and bring honorable value, usage and prosperity to that portion of ground and our community.

Rich Magney

Spokane


 

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