Known Clergy Abusers in Georgia

Over the last year, Catholic Dioceses from across the United States have released lists of known clergy sexual abusers. There’s no greater breach of trust than when someone in a position of power and authority sexually abuses someone. These acts have devastating effects on victims. Forester Haynie is an advocate for victims of clergy abuse as well as for anyone abused by a person in a position of power. Already, more than 3,000 civil lawsuits have been filed on behalf of victims of clergy abuse. Here are the names of known abusers in the state of Georgia:

Last First Status Diocese
Biggers Clarence Accused Atlanta, GA
Bollmer Jacob Accused Atlanta, GA
Boucher Richard Roy Accused Atlanta, GA
Brown, Jr. Wayland Yoder Convicted Savannah, GA
Calle Perez Sergio Accused Atlanta, GA
Cassity Kenneth Joseph Convicted Atlanta, GA
Cristancho Jorge Accused Atlanta, GA
Dean Joseph Accused Savannah, GA
Edwards John Douglas Sued Atlanta, GA
Gage Philip S. Accused Atlanta, GA
Gall Adolphe J. Accused Savannah, GA
Garcia Lorenzo Accused Savannah, GA
Gavigan Eugene A. Accused Savannah, GA
Groover Henry B. Arrested Savannah, GA
Harold James Accused Savannah, GA
Horan Raymond Accused Atlanta, GA
Keohane Bartholomew Accused Savannah, GA
Martin Austin Accused Savannah, GA
Mayhew Leonard Francis Accused Atlanta, GA
Mowat Anton Convicted Atlanta, GA
Murphy Robert Accused Savannah, GA
Murray S.John Accused Savannah, GA
Paulantonio Joseph Accused Atlanta, GA
Quinlan Nicholas Accused Savannah, GA
Rodriguez Alberto Sued Atlanta, GA
Rogge Louis P. Convicted Atlanta, GA
Smith Joseph Accused Savannah, GA
Teoli Robert Accused Savannah, GA

Forester Haynie is an advocate for victims of clergy abuse as well as for anyone abused by a person in a position of power.  If you have suffered sexual abuse by a member of the clergy or a person of authority please fill out the form or call us at (888) 869-8100. Our firm offers free consultations to help you access compensation and help with your recovery.  We stand ready to assist you, and we stand ready to hold these institutions to accountable

In the U.S. legal system, all accused persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty. This chart is based generally on allegations reported publicly in the media or publicly filed in the courts. Forester Haynie does not confirm the accuracy of any actual allegation, and this chart is not a representation of the legal case history of an individual. Reasonable efforts have been made to ensure accuracy.

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