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For immediate release: Wednesday, April 7, 2010 Memphis court documents unsealed in Catholic sex-abuse lawsuit; sex abuse victims respond Statement by David Brown, Memphis SNAP leader 901-569-4500 We are deeply saddened but not surprised at the extent of church cover ups of child sex crimes in Memphis, as documented in the pages and pages of long-secret diocesan records that have finally been pried loose thanks to brave victims and our judicial system.
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Ade Edmondson wants to get something off his chest. Oh, and while he's at it, no, his wife Jennifer Saunders, who is suffering with breast cancer, has not been given the all-clear. 'The treatment lasts five years and we're only a year into it. People want the words "trauma", "battle" and " life-changing", but it's not a great three-part TV drama full of moments, it's a long grind, like a slow car crash that will last five years and then, hopefully, we'll get out.' Jennifer, the brilliant creator of Absolutely Fabulous, was diagnosed with breast cancer a year ago, but neither she nor Ade have spoken about it publicly. 'If they knew more about the disease, rather than having to read all this nonsense about battles, then they'd be able to accept what they're in for and be better prepared to face it.
But when that school official left over the summer, I was met with harsh opposition by my school.