BBC Midlands Today correspondent Peter Wilson said: "Robinson was Taylor's protégé, a Roman Catholic priest working across the West Midlands and Staffordshire. He was a serial child abuser. "In 1985 he moved to America. Donald campaigned for his extradition."
Robinson was finally jailed in 2010 after being convicted of a series of abuses which took place between 1959 and 1983.
Systems have reportedly been tightened to ensure any abuse with links to the Catholic Church is reported and individuals perpetrating the abuse are not simply moved on and or hidden away.
BBC News reports "The Archdiocese of Birmingham has always denied knowingly covering up the activities of paedophile priests" but there are now claims a Birmingham police officer handed documents over to the church and aided Robinson, now called a serial abuser, to escape following a tip off.
But here's the thing:
Jane Jones, safeguarding co-ordinator for the Archdiocese, said changes had been made to ensure such offences were reported to police.
So who is going to be held accountable for past errors or even corruption and will justice ever be served?