MEMBER NAILS “RED FLAG” STORY
Catalyst October Issue 1998
When Loretta L. Day of West Orange, New Jersey, read an article in the Newark Star Ledger about Melissa Drexler’s admission that she killed her newborn son, she noticed something strange: Drexler was identified as someone who was “raised in a close Catholic family.” Day quickly wrote the newspaper asking why readers never learned of the religious affiliation of two other baby killers, namely Amy Grossberg and Brian Peterson.
The good news is that Day’s letter was printed. The bad news is that she had to write the letter in the first place. In any event, we are happy to note that one of our members acted in typical Catholic League style.