Database of Publicly Accused Priests in the United States
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Robier Franz 1936 P Sued Diocesan Native of Austria. Came to San Diego 1955; incardinated 1957. In Jemez Springs NM for treatment 1957. Several suits filed 2003. Accused of abuse, including rape, of as many as 24 girls in late 1950s-early 1960s,. Area was part of San Diego Diocese but later became part of San Bernardino. Died in 1994. First suit set to go to trial 3/07 involved allegations by 4 sisters but SD diocese filed bankruptcy 2/07. Name on list released by San Diego 3/07. Claims settled 9/07 as part of massive $198.lM settlement. Personnel file released 10/10. San Diego, CA Source:
San Bernardino County Sun 02.11.03; Union Tribune 11.08.03; Union Tribune 12.11.03; Union Tribune 12.12.03; Press Enterprise 11.10.05; Union Tribune 05.27.06; Union Tribune 06.22.06; Union Tribune 10.18.06; Union Tribune 01.17.07; Union Tribune 02.28.07; Lompoc Record 03.30.07; Union Tribune 03.31.07; Union Tribune 06.03.07; Union Tribune 09.08.07; San Diego Union Tribune 10.24.10; Documents Released by San Diego Diocese 10.25.10; San Diego Tribune 09.10.17
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Diocese of San Diego List 03.30.07


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