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Rivers tops the list of the affected states, in her view, Minn. man who claims he was sexually abused when he was 16 by Monsignor Roger Grundhaus filed a lawsuit in May in Polk County District Court against the diocese accusing it and Bishop Michael Hoeppner of coercion and emotional distress Vasek claimed the bishop forced Vasek to sign an Oct 21 2015 letter that would keep him from making such accusations against the churchVasek who attempted to become a deacon said Hoeppner told him to stay quiet in what Vasek believes was an attempt to blackmail himThe coercion part of the case against Hoeppner was settled in September after a settlement was reached but Monday’s conference was held in response to a Friday ruling that rejected a move by the diocese to dismiss the negligence and nuisance case against it That opens the door for Vasek’s lawyer Jeff Anderson to file written demands that could require the diocese to release records on clergy accused of sexually abusing children the attorney said during the conference“It shouldn’t take a judge to make the guys in our diocese to do what’s right” Vasek said as he stood by his wife and AndersonHolding back tears Vasek said the diocese and its leaders are supposed to protect children be transparent and serve the community Instead he claimed the church has used the law to hide the truth“I’ve talked to a number of survivors and the thing that tears them up the most is the way they get treated” he said “They get re-abused all over again by the people that are supposed to be protecting us”Anderson said he will file documents in the coming weeks demanding the release of named clergy accused of abusing children It’s unknown how many have been victimized but Anderson said that number could be in the thousands It’s unclear how many sexaul abusers will be revealed in diocese files Anderson saidVasek said he hopes his case will encourage other victims to come forward adding the truth needs to be revealed at all costs “The truth is what it is and the consequences of the truth are what they will be” he said “If that means that things happen in the diocese that some people don’t like that’s the way it’s going to be”Hoeppner has denied he coerced Vasek but said the diocese takes all matters of sexual misconduct seriously He reiterated those sentiments in a Monday statement encouraging those who have information regarding sexual abuse to call the the diocese’s victim’s assistance coordinator at (218) 281-7895“I continue to pray for all those involved in this matter No one should ever be subject to inappropriate sexual conduct” Hoeppner said in a September statement “I ask all Catholics and people of good will to pray for healing for all those who have suffered abuse”Its no secret that women havent exactly had equal rights in Saudi Arabia for a long time But the tide is slowly turning in the Middle Eastern county as its female population is gradually allowed more freedoms One of those rights is the ability to drive Over here its almost a rite of passage to get your L-plates when you come of age but for women in Saudi Arabia thats never been the case In recent years its remained the only country in the world that prevented females from getting behind the wheel But as the change is implemented the Saudi Information Ministry has now released photos of the first 10 women to get their drivers licences Esraa Albuti an Executive Director at Ernst & Young and Tahani Aldosemani Assistant Professor at Prince Sattam Bin Abdulaziz University in Al-Kharj were among the group of 10 to get their mug plastered on a licence They had to undergo a mandatory eye check and test before getting their cards at the traffic department in the capital RiyadhEsraa Albuti showing off her new licence Credit: PATahani Aldosemani with her licence Credit: PA Women around the country have been similarly gearing up for their tests as the government prepares to end the ban on 24 June Before this change they would have had to rely on a male relative taxi or have a driver cart them around which understandably can not only be costly but can be a pain in the ass Especially when you just want to drive around by yourself with beats blaring Just me The decision to reverse the ban was made last year in September by King Salman and it was supported by the Council of Senior Religious ScholarsCredit: PA So what reasons could there possibly have been for the country to prevent women from driving Well theres the idea that if a woman were to get behind the wheel her face would be uncovered for a start Plus it would mean that women would leave the house moreWhats more they could get into car accidents which would hypothetically mean theyd have to interact with a manOne of the most baffling reasons was that it would put more cars on the road which would frustrate blokes Yeah There have been numerous protests over the years by activists with the most notable happening in 1990 when 47 Saudi women jumped in separate cars and drove through Riyadh They were taken into custody and released when their male guardians signed a statement ensuring they wouldnt drive again It will be interesting to see how the country copes with the massive influx of female drivers in three weeks Featured Image Credit: PA Topics: News World news InterestingThe Forum Communications News Service is the premier news wire service covering the Upper Midwest including the Dakotas Minnesota and Wisconsin In addition to breaking and enterprise news we offer a wide variety of sports features business agriculture outdoors and opinion content For more information about the services we offer or to discuss content subscriptions please contact usGeoffrey Hayes who was known as the presenter of classic childrens TV show Rainbow has passed away at the age of 76 Confirming the news Hayes manager Phil Dale said in a statement: "It is with great sadness that the family announce that Geoffrey passed away in hospital with his wife Sarah and son Tom by his side"Geoffrey Hayes (born 13 March 1942) was an English television presenter and actor best known as the host of Thames Televisions top-rated childrens show Rainbow and for his portrayal of Detective Constable Scatliff in the successful TV series Z Cars for the BBC"The family would like to express their thanks to the many fans over the years as it always gave Geoffrey so much pleasure to know that he and his Rainbow team had given so much fun to TV and theatre audiences over the years"There will be no further comment at the moment and it would be appreciated if the privacy of Geoffreys family is respected at this most difficult time"Credit: PAAccording to the Evening Standard Hayes appeared in more than 1000 episodes of Rainbow from 1974 until 1992 – alongside iconic puppet characters Zippy George and Bungle He took over from the shows original presenter David Cook and went on to become a household name While Hayes also featured in Z Cars (a British TV drama about uniformed police) between 1971 and 1974 hes spoken about his struggle to find work elsewhere – with many people only able to see him as Geoffrey from Rainbow which hindered his plans to become a more serious actor Revealing how he got his most famous role a few years ago Hayes told the Express: "Getting the job was about being in the right place at the right time Id been appearing in a daytime soap at Thames Television when I heard that a producer was auditioning actors for a childrens programme"It sounded interesting so I knocked on his door and got an audition I was a jobbing actor with no experience of kids TV but thankfully I got the job"He continued: "Rainbow became a cult programme and for several years I received bookings – along with Bungle George and Zippy – for nightclubs and university dos We always got an amazing reaction"Rest in peace Featured Image Credit: ITV Topics: Tv and film Uk entertainment“For years and yearslike Madhu Limaye and Madhu Dandvate Latter Rain Assembly, For his part, 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