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Caught On Camera: Woman Steals From Church

There are 28 comments on the NBC 10 Philadelphia story from Oct 2, 2008, titled Caught On Camera: Woman Steals From Church. In it, NBC 10 Philadelphia reports that:

A theft worth thousands of dollars was caught on camera at a Delaware church, police said.

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Since: May 08

Philly

#23 Oct 3, 2008
Typicalwhiteperson wrote:
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Does anyone really think Harry Richards knows what he's talking about? Answer: NO!
Your stupidity is only surpassed by your bad storytelling. The Catholic Church is one of the largest, if not the largest, charitable organizations in the world.
Maybe thats to cover up the fact that they condone felony sexual assualts.
momof3

Wilmington, DE

#25 Oct 3, 2008
Typicalwhiteperson wrote:
She looks like she has Down's Syndrome.
I thought the exact same thing.
Someone

United States

#27 Oct 3, 2008
Tri wrote:
There are thieves and criminals at every walk of life. My philosophy: Approach people with universal precaution and deem them all liars and cheats until you personally know them further. I've seen too many average people commit fraud and such when they thought no one was looking. Most people lead hypocritical lives, so live your life in the best way for you and not others.
You sad and paranoid person.
Bonnie

Philadelphia, PA

#28 Oct 3, 2008
Hmmmmmmmm where did the 76 year old cleaning lady get a $4,000 Rolex in the first place ? Mabye whoever she stole it from just stole it back LOL.
Alec Berg

Plainsboro, NJ

#29 Oct 3, 2008
Harry Richards wrote:
One time while dining at the Fountain Resturant at the Four Seasons Hotel in Philadelphia I noticed several priests there dining,I thought to myself,WOW! It must have been a good day in collections.These collections don't go anywhere but in the cleregy's pocket and for church expenses.That is it.Does anyone really think it goes to the needy?Answer:NO!
I'm not sure I get your logic. Are rabbi's and clergy second class citizens that can't stay in nice hotels, live in nice houses or have nice cars?? Where is it written that clergy should be poor and only stay at the Econo lodge?

I think you need to check yourself, just because you're called to take care of the poor doesn't mean you have to be. It's like saying all doctors need to be sick because their patients are. It's just stupid logic.

Have you ever read where King Solomon lived?
Bonnie

Philadelphia, PA

#30 Oct 3, 2008
Harry Richards wrote:
One time while dining at the Fountain Resturant at the Four Seasons Hotel in Philadelphia I noticed several priests there dining,I thought to myself,WOW! It must have been a good day in collections.These collections don't go anywhere but in the cleregy's pocket and for church expenses.That is it.Does anyone really think it goes to the needy?Answer:NO!
If you're talking about the Catholic church than I couldn't agree more !
News

Thurmont, MD

#31 Oct 3, 2008
shame, i mean look at her .... SHE FAT .. lets pray for her !!
Typicalwhitepers on

Philadelphia, PA

#32 Oct 3, 2008
She traded the Rolex for a box of Twinkies.

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