India: police search for clues in case of murdered seminary rector
Catholic World News - March 11, 2014
Police in Bangalore, India, have applied truth-serum tests to two priests as they seek evidence about the unsolved murder of a seminary rector.
Father K.J. Thomas was found dead at St. Joseph’s seminary on April 1, 2013; he had wounds over much of his body. Last August, police used truth serum in questioning one other priest assigned to seminary and two staff members; they have now tested two other priests who were found to be present on the night of the murder.
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