The Cleveland Diocese has been named in at least 20 child sex-abuse lawsuits. They are seeking more than $40 million in damages. Financial donations and mass attendance decreased when these lawsuits became public. This diocese has to pay the expenses for the sins of a few.
They've had a rough go of it lately, which is a shame. But there's still a very faithful core in Cleveland.
The AOCA in North America has a bishop that is a registered sex offender.
I know the point you're trying to make, that a similar situation, because of his presence in the diocese might be theoretically possible,
but (a) it's not an analogous situation, and (b) it looks like you're really just attempting to vent (and out of context).