Priest convicted of stealing from international crime syndicate

In South Dakota at least thirty two members of the Church of the Holy Roman Kiddie Diddlers have been credibly accused of preying on children and vulnerable adults but don't expect suspected incel Jason Ravnsborg, Attorney General and former altar boy to take on both South Dakota Dioceses. Cleric Don DeGrood has just replaced Paul Swain and was installed to lord over some of the slush fund that buys South Dakota's corrupt legislature.

Part of the international crime syndicate that is the Roman Church Avera Health is a federally-subsidized hospital operating as an oligopoly, funneling money to parishes paying settlements or hush money for the sins of predatory priests paid for by insurers and patients.

Marcin Garbacz has been bleeding the beast, though. When it was the bishopric of Bob Gruss, Garbacz liberated at least $260,000 from the Rapid City Diocese. Gruss has since been shuffled into the Saginaw, Michigan diocese, itself wracked with abuses committed by predator priests. Mike Mulloy is serving as interim sermonizer in Rapid City.
On Tuesday, March 12, a federal jury in Rapid City convicted the 41-year-old priest of 50 counts of wire fraud, nine counts of money laundering, one count of transporting stolen money. Garbacz was imported, in a sense, as a priest from Poland to help the Rapid City diocese cope with a shortage of priests that is common in America, especially in rural areas. But he remains a priest, in the essential and technical teaching of the church, although he has no permission to function as a priest. [Pierre Capital Journal]
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