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Vog,

I posted my comment based on memory and didn't consult the wiki to which you refer. When I back checked to verify if my thoughts as to time and place were correct I found this article from ABC news (excerpt):

"Boston's embattled Roman Catholic Cardinal Bernard Law and several bishops who once worked for him have received subpoenas to appear before a grand jury.

A source familiar with the investigation says state police from the office of Massachusetts Attorney General Tom Reilly delivered Law's subpoena to his Boston residence last Friday. Law left for Washington that day and later flew to Rome to confer with Vatican officials about the sex abuse crisis.

The grand jury is reportedly looking into possible criminal violations by church officials who supervised priests accused of child sexual abuse. In addition to Law, subpoenas reportedly have been issued for Bishop Thomas Daily of Brooklyn, N.Y.; Bishop John McCormack of Manchester, N.H.; Archbishop Alfred Hughes of New Orleans; Bishop Robert Banks of Green Bay, Wis.; and Bishop William Murphy of Rockville Centre, N.Y.

The subpoenas came as Law was still meeting with church leaders today at the Vatican to discuss his possible resignation."

I should have been more precise in checking my statement. Best regards.

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