TOPEKA The Kansas Bureau of Investigation said Tuesday that its opened dozens of investigations into alleged sex abuse by Catholic clergy after 119 people came forward in recent months saying they were victims.
The KBI called for tips from the public in February and continues to seek information. Agents have launched 74 cases so far in 33 counties.
SNAP, the Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests, praised the news in a statement.
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