New Report Reveals German Nuns Sold Orphaned Kids to Predators for Decades

German authorities tried to silence a report that shows how Catholic nuns sold orphaned boys to sexual predators, including priests, for decades. The horrifying report outlines decades of rampant sexual abuse that took place at the hands of perverted priests and greedy sisters of the cloth in the Archdiocese of Cologne, Germany. The report paints a heartbreaking and troubling picture of the kind of systematic abuse that took place in the German church. A byproduct of a lawsuit, the report alleges that boys who were orphaned and living in the boarding houses run by the Order of the Sisters of the Divine Redeemer were sold or loaned for weeks.

The boys were loaned for money to predatory businessmen and priests in what ended up being a disgusting rape trade. The boys grew up to men and they’re now involved in the lawsuit. They say that they were denied the chance of being adopted into loving families or even sent to foster families because the nuns could profit from selling them out for sexual abuse. The men call the convent a “convent of horrors,” in fact. As if this story could get any worse, some of the boys claim they were groomed to be sex slaves to these degenerates, the report says. For years, the abuse continued.

One man even said that the nuns sometimes visited their college dorms after they grew up and left the convent. Then, the nuns would drug him and deliver him to the apartments of the men. Of course, requests for comment by the Order of Sisters of the Divine Redeemer have been ignored. The lawsuit was initially reporte3d by Deutsche Welle in 2020 and it’s being led by one of the victims, 63-year-old Karl Haucke. He is suing along with 15 other victims who were orphans at the convent. The details of the report are so horrifying that the ARchbiship Reiner Maria Woelki has refused to allow it to be made public.

In fact, he has demanded that journalists who read it sign confidentiality agreements. Unfortunately, the main abusers mentioned in the report are dead and will not see justice in this world. 175 people were abused for more than 20 years. Most of them were boys aged eight to 14.

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