This 21 February 2019 CBS TV video says about itself:
Translated from Dutch NOS TV:
Deetman‘s second report will be published
Monday, November Mar 2013, 04:50
Update: Monday 11 Mar 2013, 08:30
Investigation by the committee, the president of which is former minister Wim Deetman, previously focused primarily on the state of affairs in Catholic boarding schools. Boys were educated there and therefore the focus was on male victims of abuse.
This new section includes more about abuse in institutions run by nuns, such as orphanages or homes for women with involuntary pregnancies. It also looks at abuse and violence within parishes, like by a parish priest or assistant priest.
After the presentation of the first report of the Deetman commission, Parliament had asked for a follow-up study.
Ms Annemie Knibbe, of Dutch clerical abuse survivors organization VPKK, reacted in a radio interview that the Deetman commission did not do its work thoroughly enough. Many abused women, she says, did not know there was this second Deetman investigation. Thousands of abused women, Ms Knibbe says, were not included in this second report.
- Priests abused ten thousands of Dutch children (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)
- Catholic Church in Scotland knew of 20 allegations of child sex abuse by priests – Scottish Daily Record (dailyrecord.co.uk)
- Scottish priests ‘out of control sexually’, says former abuse adviser (telegraph.co.uk)
- Church ‘knew of priest abuse claims’ (bbc.co.uk)
- Catholic Church rocked by fresh sex claims (express.co.uk)
- Victim tells of enduring years of sex abuse by priest (scotsman.com)
- Catholic bishops ‘knew of 20 sex abuse allegations by priests’ (guardian.co.uk)
- Homophobia Gone Mental: Choppity Chop Go The Naughty Bits… (biblioblography.blogspot.com)
- The Vatican: suspense and intrigue (bbc.co.uk)