Sex abuse victims want AG's report about archdiocese released

Victims of sexual abuse at the hands of Catholic priests want the courts to allow the Maryland Attorney General's Office to release details of its four-year investigation. Victims said there is now hope their voices will be heard. In addition to releasing the full report, they want the Archdiocese of Baltimore to stop blocking efforts to revise the statute of limitations. Details of the attorney general's investigation haven't been made public because much of the material was obtained through a grand jury. Attorney General Brian Frosh is asking for the court's permission to waive the grand jury privilege.