Skip to comments.Priest attacked by group of children
Posted on 04/30/2012 2:15:04 PM PDT by massmike
Calumet City police are investigating an attack on a priest by a group of children.
Jacek Dada, the pastor of St. Andrew the Apostle Parish, was walking his dog on April 11th when the incident occurred.
Police say the kids began to tease the dog and when the priest asked them to stop they yelled and threw rocks at him.
Dada suffered broken fingers while shielding his head from the rocks.
He was unable to identify any of the attackers from police photos.
(Excerpt) Read more at wsbt.com ...
Lord have Mercy! This is in Illinois, outside of Chicago — a rough area, as I remember.
Some of Holder’s people, no doubt.
That would be my guess......
This is awful. Makes me pine away for the days when all you had to hear about was priests attacking children. Now it’s children attacking priests? The horror.
...and it only took 5 posts.......
are these 6 foot 2 Trayvon type of “children”?
If I was a betting man.......
...even a liberal bookie wouldn’t be dumb enough to take it ;^)
“If I was a betting man.......”
Cal City is indeed a rough area predominately populated by people who would look like Obama’s son, if he had a son.
SOBs (Sons Of Barack)
The demon seed have struck with power. Again. And again.
Lock & load, because they’re coming to YOUR house.
No sarc, no yuks, no s**t. Serious as a heart attack.
Amazing that the Father couldn’t even identify the race of these “children”.
Or was that edited out...
Your response is awful, worse than awful. Despicable. Not at all funny.
I dunno, I read this story and something just doesn’t seem right to me. I was expecting a little more detail considering this attack happened a few weeks ago.
Calumet City is 70% black. http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/17/1710487.html
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