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Molestation victims reach agreement with Green Bay diocese in civil suit

5:27 PM, Mar. 19, 2013
Troy Merryfield, is consoled by Attorney John Peterson after giving emotional testimony at the Outagamie County Justice Center in Appleton last May. Post-Crescent Media learned that Outagamie County Judge Nancy Krueger dismissed the case on Monday, based on the agreement reached by the diocese and Todd and Troy Merryfield. No information was immediately available on the terms of the settlement.
Troy Merryfield, is consoled by Attorney John Peterson after giving emotional testimony at the Outagamie County Justice Center in Appleton last May. Post-Crescent Media learned that Outagamie County Judge Nancy Krueger dismissed the case on Monday, based on the agreement reached by the diocese and Todd and Troy Merryfield. No information was immediately available on the terms of the settlement.
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Two brothers who were molested by the Rev. John Feeney in the 1970s have reached a settlement with the Roman Catholic Diocese of Green Bay in a civil case that accused the church of withholding knowledge of Feeney's prior sexual misconduct.

Post-Crescent Media learned that Outagamie County Judge Nancy Krueger dismissed the case on Monday, based on the agreement reached by the diocese and Todd and Troy Merryfield. No information was immediately available on the terms of the settlement.

Bishop David Ricken issued a statement today, apologizing to the Merryfields and all victims of child ...

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