Bishop Amalraj, With Permission From Pope Francis, Returned Jeyapaul to Ministry After His Sexual Abuse Conviction in Minnesota
Survivor Megan Peterson Will Speak Publicly About the Nuisance Lawsuit and Jeyapaul’s Return to Active Ministry and the Danger to Kids in India
(St. Paul, MN) – At a press conference Tuesday in St. Paul, live-streamed from the law office of Jeff Anderson & Associates, sexual abuse survivor Megan Peterson, and Attorney Jeff Anderson will announce the filing of a federal lawsuit naming the Diocese of Ootacamund, India, as defendants. A letter, sent to Anderson and Roseau County Attorney Lisa Hanson and signed by over 500 Jeyapaul supporters in India, will also be released as evidence of the public danger (nuisance) permitted by the Indian Bishop and Vatican.
On January 16, 2016, with the permission of Pope Francis, Bishop Amalraj lifted the suspension of Father Joseph Jeyapaul. In 2015, after his extradition from India, Jeyapaul plead guilty to criminal sexual conduct involving the sexual abuse of a minor girl while he worked in the Diocese of Crookston in 2005.
Tuesday, April 19, 2016 at 1:00 PM (CST)
Jeff Anderson & Associates
366 Jackson St. Suite 100
St. Paul, MN 55101
The event will be live-streamed from our website.
Copies of the complaint and the letter from 500 Indian supporters will be available Tuesday on our website.