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By Dr. Christopher Manion, Ph.D., Church Militant, February 14, 2020
‘The McCarrick Mafia has cooperators in every diocese’
Church Militant recently reported on the arrest of a Buffalo cyberstalker who had threatened ABC affiliate WKBW reporter Charlie Specht. The story hits pretty close to home with me — not just because the accused was a mild-mannered professor, but because his alleged death threats targeted a reporter who was hot on the trail of homosexual hijinks and malfeasance in the Buffalo diocese.
Investigative reporter Charlie Specht
Half a lifetime ago, I was a U.S. Senate staffer hot on the trail of drug traffickers using Caribbean trade routes to bring tons of cocaine into the U.S. During the summer of 1984, I flew to Miami to prepare the groundwork for a Senate hearing.
As soon as I got off the plane, two men came up to me and wasted no time introducing themselves. “We’re federal agents,” one said, showing me his ID. “You’ve had death threats from the Colombian drug cartel. They know you’re in town, so you’re going to be seeing a lot of us in the next few days — like all day and all night.”
They weren’t kidding, and I found out pretty quickly. When we got to my hotel room, there was a big vase of flowers on the table — a joke, it turned out, from a friend in D.C. who worked in the same hotel chain. ….