Two Roman Catholic school workers from New Jersey have pleaded not guilty to charges of having sex with female students during a high school's class trip to Germany.


Thirty-one-year-old Artur Sopel was vice president of operations at Paramus Catholic High School and 27-year-old Michael Sumulikoski was a substitute teacher and assistant football coach until they were suspended last month.


Sumulikoski is accused of have sex with one female student on the February trip.


Sopel is accused of engaging in sexual activities with two female students in Germany and having sex with another female student in 2010.


Both are charged with sexual assault, child endangerment and hindering apprehension.


Sumuliksoki's lawyer told The Record newspaper he's investigating whether New Jersey has jurisdiction over acts that allegedly occurred in Germany.


Authorities have not released the girls' ages."



When are they going to learn?


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Comment by Apple on April 8, 2011 at 8:53pm
I don't really see the problem as long as they pay 50 shillings to the girls' fathers.  Oh, and marry the girls too.  You break it, you buy it.
Comment by Scarlette Blues on April 9, 2011 at 1:04am
lol... I wonder how the general public would feel about enforcing "true" Christian law? I mean, that is what THEIR word of god says to do!

hahaha :)
Comment by Cathy Cooper on April 9, 2011 at 1:18pm

As the ancient Christian philosopher Pelagius said long ago, the belief in "original sin" and the forgiveness of these sins leads ot "moral laxity" as believers do not have to take responsibility for their own actions.  They can't help it--they are born sinners.

Because of this belief, we have Christians committing these kinds of atrocities at rates much higher than those in other religions.  It's a morally reprehensible religion.


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