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Dave Pierre is one of the country’s leading observers of the media’s coverage of the Catholic Church abuse narrative. Reviewers praised his previous book, Double Standard: Abuse Scandals and the Attack on the Catholic Church, as "essential reading," "a landmark book," and "a great service to the Church." Dave is the creator and author of TheMediaReport.com and is a contributing writer to NewsBusters.org, the popular media-bias blog of the Media Research Center.
Dave lives with his wife and family in Massachusetts.
He cites specific cases of priests by name in the U.S., uncovering the truth.
It reminds me of the way journalists are supposed to be; the author has obviously done his research and carefully cites all of his sources.
I'm not finished with this book yet, as I probably read two or three at a time, but it's very good.
Who is going to tell the kids that if they are abused by their pastor and tell someone, they stand at least a 50% chance of being shunned and regarded as liars and traitors?Published 9 months ago by David M
An excellent book on the truth of falsely accused priests denied justice. I recommend it to all, not just Catholics.Published 14 months ago by James L. Hawes
This should be required reading for every journalist and television/radio reporter. It should be put in every parish and diocesan library and bookstore. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Pen & Ink
I personally know a priest who I believe has been falsley accused. Two and a half years ago he was accused, publicly suspended, and left in limbo. Read morePublished 16 months ago by mkdav
How many people, including faithful Catholics, are aware that priests are denied the right to review their own personnel files, denied the right to confront their accuser, denied... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Sue L.
It was merely informational with concrete examples of those cases of accused priests, but really I didn't discovered any new info as I was hoping to in order to give fresh insight... Read morePublished 23 months ago by joe colletti
Tells a little-known story convincingly. The false accusations are one of the tragedies of our time. Could use some additional proof-reading and editing.Published 23 months ago by valerie guenther
Truth that needs to be told as well not only window shopping the information the media think will entice the public and keep themselves in business.Published 23 months ago by Kenneth Ugwu
Because finally, the real truth is out in the open! Many lawyers have extorted the Church out of money by using false accusations. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Joseph S. Griego