…the Rev. Terence McAlinden [pictured] was not “on duty” — or serving in his capacity as a priest — when he allegedly molested (Chris) Naples on trips to Delaware in the 1980s.
As you may imagine, this particular priest-not-a-priest has done some fancy legal footwork leading up to this case. Why would he stop now? And why would the Roman Catholic Church issue such a ridiculous, shot-full-of-holes defense?
And thanks, Jay, for the link.