published yesterday 05:35 PM, updated yesterday 06:12 PM
Martti Esko, the director of the family affairs council of the church says that some clergy and other church workers are among the suspects. He says that youth work is the area where the number of cases is the highest. In two cases from many years back, a victim claims that a bishop at the time had downplayed the matter and covered it up.
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