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witchhunt bags another mythical being

By Diogenes (articles ) | Feb 05, 2005

The Capuchin Order brother pleaded guilty to two counts of indecently assaulting his nephew between February 27, 1978, and February 27, 1982, at two locations in Ireland.

Patrick MacEntee SC, for the 51-year-old brother, told Judge Frank O'Donnell his client had committed the offences at a time when he was coming to terms with the realisation that he was of homosexual orientation.

That poor excuse for a lawyer doesn't even know his catechism.

Repeat after me: "There. Is. No. Connection."

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