So what are we supposed to believe?
"To suggest a coverup is just plain false." That's what Bishop O'Brien told reporters in Phoenix in a spin-control news conference last night.
The news conference was held after Bishop O'Brien signed a statement admitting to a coverup.
So which is it: Was Bishop O'Brien being dishonest when he signed the statement, or when he spoke to the press? It's got to be one or the other. It can't be neither. But I suppose it could be both.
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