"Father Murphy put everything into the context of God. He spoke in harsh terms about the pope, calling him "stupid" for allowing the abuse of children even though he is supposed to be doing God's work.
The Archdiocese of Milwaukee entered mediation in 2004 with a number of people who claimed to have been victimized by priests.
Budzinski said that when he was 26, he and two others victimized by Murphy went to police.
He said the police investigated Murphy but didn't arrest him. Michael Mc Cann, then the Milwaukee County district attorney, said his office reviewed the case but couldn't file charges because the six-year statute of limitations had run out.
“It is similar to providing a type of ‘Face Time’ for people who are deaf,” said Linda Nissenbaum, manager of disability support services at STLCC-Meramec.
During the first assault Murphy demanded Geier remove his pants, and when he refused Murphy pulled them off, Geier said through a sign language interpreter.On Thursday, a group of Americans who say they were sexually abused by clerics held a news conference outside St.Peter's Square in Rome to denounce Benedict's handling of the case.He said he avoided Murphy as much as he could afterward, but when he went to Murphy's office the following year to make another confession the priest led him to an adjoining room and sexually assaulted him again."It seemed like my father would be walking into a trap every time," said Budzinski's 26-year-old daughter, Gigi Budzinski.The Vatican issued a strong defense of its handling of the Murphy case.