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Everyone was afraid of his mean spirit including his own wife and children.
Sometimes Tom would leave the house for parts unknown and then return as if he hadn’t been away. Diana and the children were always on pins and needles.
Cipolla and the testimony of two of his victims, Frank Labiaux, and his stepbrother, Thomas “Tucker” Thompson.
I do not use the word “alleged” in connection with the victims’ accusations because I believe the evidence presented in this investigative report supports the truthfulness of their testimony and is incontrovertible.
She was a former home-schooling leader and a veteran of the Mc Hugh Wars promoting sex initiation programs in Catholic schools dating back to the late 1960s. This particular phone call, however, was to inform me Mrs. Henry helped me set up an introductory phone appointment with Diana, after which there was exchange of detailed information, mostly in the form of e-mails, for over a period of more than six months.
Henry had made contact with Diana Thompson (now Diana Magnum) the mother of not one, but three sons, two of whom she said were sexually abused in 1977-1978 by Fr. Part I – “Setting the Record Straight,” covers the grooming of the Thompson family by Fr.
On the morning of Tuesday, August 30, 2016, the former Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Roman Catholic priest, Father Anthony Joseph Cipolla, 73, died of a cardiac arrhythmia before his speeding car struck a tree at a dangerous curve Living in the Pittsburgh area for more than 40 years, I had known about Fr.
Cipolla from prolife friends who were part of his Padre Pio group before meeting him face to face for an interview in the early 1990s near the old Pittsburgh Airport.
Over the years, as a personal favor, I periodically edited some articles for the publication dedicated to Saint Padre Pio in whom I have a great interest.The Thompsons moved into their brick apartment house on Mexico Street just a few blocks from St. Newell, who had been transferred to the parish in 1968. Since second grade he had attended special education classes and was now happily enrolled at the John Morrow Elementary School where he commuted to classes on weekdays by mini-bus. We’ll re-examine this matter in more detail in Part II of this series.