Giuliani Defends, Employs Priest Accused of Molesting Teens

This post, written by Howie Klein, originally appeared on Down With Tyranny!

Ahh... finally the mainstream media is picking up on the Alan Placa story we've been trying to get out there since last spring.

ABC-TV even has a video out using one of DWT's important themes, that Giuliani is unable to ever hire any decent people to work with. If he isn't hiring mafia criminals, cocaine dealers, whoremongers and closet queens, he's not letting go of a child molester, one of his closest friends and business associates.
Presidential candidate Rudolph Giuliani hired a Catholic priest to work in his consulting firm months after the priest was accused of sexually molesting two former students and an altar boy and told by the church to stop performing his priestly duties.
That's Placa-- the guy who does something official at every Giuliani wedding and who now works at Giuliani Partners.

The ABC-TV report is way better but they don't share with blogs so either go to this link and watch it or look at this far less encompassing version

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