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On a hidden history of abuse and cover-up
February 18, 2000. A single shot rings out, shattering the nighttime silence of Topeka, Kansas.
A young man lies dead. Next to his body, a suicide note — the last known thought of 26-year-old Michael Gonzalez — before he pulled the trigger.
In the note: the reason for ending his life, tracing back more than 10 years.
Jassy Jacas: “It’s a bigger betrayal that the SSPX has chosen to handle these cases like this.”
It turns out Michael’s life and story is just one among many stories of vulnerable kids , preyed upon — and covered up — by an organization bent on hiding the truth.
Theresa Gonzalez: “He told me in little increments that it wasn’t just one time that it happened, that there were other occasions that it happened.” ….