Dave Pierre is one of the country's leading observers of the media's coverage of the Catholic Church abuse narrative. Dave is the creator and author of TheMediaReport.com (www.TheMediaReport.com) and is a contributing writer to NewsBusters.org (www.NewsBusters.org), the popular media-bias blog of the Media Research Center.
Dave lives with his wife and family in Massachusetts.
We'll documented, fair consideration and explanation which isn't often allowed in this our day and time. Thank you Mr. Pierre.Published 20 days ago by Kellie Anderson
Exposes the REAL scandal: mainstream news organizations, corrupt lawyers and judges, greedy people, gullible jurors make for a modern witch-hunt where priests are guilty until... Read morePublished 7 months ago by M. C. Sickels
I would not give it even 1 star! Cardinal Money exemplifies the worst of the worst! He knew about and covered up the horrible actions of the priests under his jurisdiction over... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Michelle Widner
After David's first book on the witch hunt concerning falsely accused priests, I didn't think he had an equally great work inside him. Read morePublished 11 months ago by James L. Hawes
Everyone should read this book and see the injustice that is directed to the Catholic church.
No other establishment is treated so unfairly. Read more
I knew the press and others were hypercritical of The Church, but I didn't realize it was as blatant and unjust as it is. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Jen
I did not think that there was a book out there that told the story of sex abuse in the Catholic church without all of the bias,distortions and frankly lies that you read in the... Read morePublished on May 17, 2013 by Walter T
While the fact of abuse by a small and limited number of priests has certainly had the exposure it required what hasn't been so well articulated is the fact that so much of this... Read morePublished on March 14, 2013 by Gerard E. Wiinn
I am a survivor of extended childhood sex abuse by a boy scout Scoutmaster. Abusers will get no soft touch from me. Read morePublished on November 11, 2012 by Fr. Robert Wheelock