For Chris Logue, the death of former Catholic Priest John Geoghan is not sad. "All these groups are out there saying all our victims are sad out there about what happened and they wished it didn't happen. Bull! I'm glad he's dead", Logue said.
Geoghan molested Logue for four years. The abuse started in a church near Boston when Logue was just six years old. He's spent the past eight years suing and pursuing the church, and crusading for victims.
Geoghan was killed in prison Saturday. Logue believes the best thing that can come from Geoghan's murder is exposure. He wants people to understand the victims. Logue has been on drugs and in trouble much of his life. He wants everyone to be more accountable.
Logue hopes God takes care of the ultimate accountability. "I don't want to go to Heaven and hang out with my perpetrators".