A partner of Baker & McKenzie law firm is also a sexual predator. The partner sexually assaulted an associate and is under investigation by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
The Vatican hates to say their are “christian” and would rather be called “catholic” and it is no wonder why. They just can’t seem to stop getting involved in sex abuse scandals from children, to homosexual orgies and now shutting down pro-family websites taking a stand against the militant LGBT community.
Vatican Hires Pro-Homosexual Lawfirm to End Pro-Family Catholic Website
Baker & McKenzie, the second largest law firm in the world, demanding that InfoVaticana transfer its domain (www.infovaticana.com) to the Vatican Secretariat of State. The reason for the demand was that the Vatican alleges that it possesses exclusive property rights over the name of the physical center of the Catholic world.
InfoVaticana, says that it is “a free and independent media that has the vocation to serve the Catholic Church and society.” It’s stated mission is to “deepen the denunciation of Christianophobia and the corruption that the Church uses, the rejection of the totalitarian impositions of the powerful LGBT lobby and the support of our brothers, the persecuted Christians.”
Baker & McKenzie was listed as a top 400 U.S. Company that argued for marriage equality for same-sex couples.
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Vatican Hires Pro-Homosexual Law Firm to Shut-Down Pro-Family Catholic Website
Baker & McKenzie Partner Sexually Assaults Associate
The Times, a British publication, reports that Baker McKenzie is now under preliminary investigation by the Solicitors Regulation Authority to assess whether the firm’s actions in this case amounted to professional misconduct. Under the SRA’s code of conduct, the alleged sexual assault should have been immediately reported to the organization.
The accused partner since the investigation was launched “is no longer in the office and will be leaving the firm.”
The Times also reports that “Officials are also investigating whether Baker McKenzie reported the incident to the police.”
A spokesperson for Baker & McKenzie gave this statement, “We are really sorry this incident ever happened and we acknowledge we should have handled it better.”
It’s very significant that the partner was allowed to remain with the firm when this incident was kept under wraps, and now that the details have been leaked to the media, that partner is leaving the firm.