Bill in the news:

The Boston Globe, which has turned stories about child sexual abuse by Catholic priests into a cottage industry, refuses to publish the names of its own staff members who have been charged with sexual harassment, according to Bill Donohue, president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights.

“Sexual abuse is still going on at the Globe,” Donohue wrote in a Dec. 18 press release. “In March, a young woman employee filed a complaint against a male journalist with human resources. She said he propositioned her to have sex with his wife. But nothing came of it.”

“One year ago, the same man propositioned her to have sex with him,” reported Donohue.  “He was allowed to stay on the job, until, that is, more accusations were made against him from outside the office.” READ MORE HERE

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