A man beats up the priest who molested him and his brother when they were 7 and 4, and forced them to have sex with each other. Jury refuses to convict. It's hard to fault the jury on a case like this. The statute of limitations had expired, preventing a criminal trial of the retired priest, although the Jesuits had settled out of court with this guy (and other victims).
The damage that gets done by this sort of thing is very hard to overestimate. It may sound a bit melodramatic to call it "soul-murder," as some do, but I have talked to a lot of victims over the years. Some recover and live pretty normal lives. But most are damaged in ways that lead to horrible problems forever.