Good, solid reporting is hardly confined to the coastal media centers -- unless you want to count the Lake Erie coast. The Toledo Blade, the paper that dug up Coingate, an Ohio scandal with national implications (and still developing), has published an even more painful expose. The clergy sex-abuse scandal that has rended the Roman Catholic Church has been, at least in this northwestern Ohio diocese, abetted by civil authorities for some 50 years. It's a gut-wrenching story of boys being abused and honest cops being forced to look the other way. Gene Fodor, one of four former police officers quoted, recalls: "People would come up to me and say, 'When are you going to arrest that [priest]? He's a pervert.' But I couldn't."