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The Golden Prison (Documentary)

Swedish documentary about Father P., which, according to Church Militant, would have a 40-year track record of pedophilia, stretching back to 1978 — and that leadership in the Society of St. Pius X (…More
Swedish documentary about Father P., which, according to Church Militant, would have a 40-year track record of pedophilia, stretching back to 1978 — and that leadership in the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX) repeatedly granted him access to young boys to abuse again.

Among Fr. P's victims was Vincent Lambert, the famous quadriplegic who became a central figure in the end-of-life debate in France, his Catholic family fighting a protracted court battle to keep their disabled son alive against the orders of the hospital, which wanted to remove his feeding tube.

While media coverage noted the car accident that landed Lambert in the hospital, almost none mentioned how the accident came about: a troubled existence involving drinking and drugs, the result of the abuse he suffered at the hands of the SSPX priest when he was a boy, culminating in the car crash while he was driving intoxicated.

Peignot has admitted to his abuse of Lambert.
"I recognized my share of responsibility in the [Vincent] Philippon-Lambert case and in the end, I accepted the restriction of activites imposed on me," he wrote in a 2013 document obtained by Church Militant, in which Peignot denied the abuse allegations brought by André, who claims the priest sexually assaulted him repeatedly from 1988 to 1989, in the SSPX priory in Brussels, Belgium.

Source: Church Militant