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Catholic church abuse: at least one youth castrated for 'homosexuality'

http://www.dutchnews.nl/news/archive...e_at_least.php

"The paper says the one confirmed case concerned a boy - Henk Heithuis - who reported being sexually abused by priests to the police in 1956. After giving evidence, he was placed in a Catholic-run psychiatric institution where he was then castrated because of his 'homosexual behaviour'."

And then people wonder why I only like the architecture of churches (I tend to photograph the outsides of most of them when I encounter them the first time)....
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