The New York Times reported this week that top Vatican officials, including the future Pope, did not defrock an American priest who had sexually abused as many as 200 boys at a Milwaukee school for the deaf. Arthur Budzinski is one of the deaf victims named in the abuse case and he tells us how the experience changed his life. We also hear from his daughter, Gigi, who interprets on the air.
Then, we go live to Rome, to New York Times correspondent Rachel Donadio.
Read excerpts from the recently uncovered documents at The New York Times website: The Document Trail: The Predator Priest Who Got Away