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By Diogenes (articles - email) | Aug 15, 2007

The chancellor of the Gallup diocese wants you to know that when he said that he thought Bishop Pelotte looked as if he'd been beaten, he didn't mean that Bishop Pelotte looked as if he'd been beaten.

Perfectly clear, I trust?

Lujan said the bishop, who had been sick for a couple of days, has recurring minor bouts of malaria, which he contracted years ago during a mission. Those recurrences can make him dizzy and weak, and it's entirely believable that the bishop slipped while heading down the stairs in the dark.

Thanks just the same, but I think I can decide for myself whether the story is believable. In this case I've decided.

Richard Cross holds a doctorate in psychology, who has taught at the university level, including at Franciscan University. He is currently an educational researcher and consultant in the field of psychology and related disciplines.
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