Cincinnati archdiocese sues former business manager, charges over $350,000 stolen
CWN - November 28, 2012
The Archdiocese of Cincinnati, Ohio, has filed a lawsuit against a former business manager, charging that Thomas Martin stole over $350,000 from three parishes.
Martin is accused in the lawsuit of using a number of different ploys to milk funds from the parishes. A spokesman for the archdiocese hinted that Martin might soon face criminal charges as well, saying that Church officials are “working closely” with local prosecutors.
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