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Unnamed victims in the complaint alleged abuse in Great Falls, Hays, Wolf Point, Harlem, Ashland and several more. Cruz said negotiations toward the settlement had initiated when the lawsuit was first filed, but had picked up steam in the last month.“I believe the primary motivation was the looming trial date and perhaps recognition of the diocese of a potentially substantial judgment against them by a jury,” Cruz told the Tribune.
Cruz said the abuse is said to have occurred during the 1950s through the 1980s, and the ages of the survivor ranges between late 40s and early 70s.
He said the victims are a diverse group: many are Native American, while some are white. Some are so burdened that they could not succeed in life.”Many survivors have reported having flashbacks and nightmares; issues that affect the relationships in their everyday lives, Cruz said.