Thursday, November 7, 2002

According to the first item in this column from the Chicago Sun-Times the former chief of the FBI in Chicago is about to get a new job:

Kathleen McChesney, Chicago's former FBI chief, is entering the pedophile priest fray. Word is McChesney, a lifelong Roman Catholic, will become a guardian of Catholic youth.Translation: Watch for McChesney, who occupies one of the highest positions in the FBI as executive assistant director of law enforcement, to be named the new executive director of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' Office for Child and Youth Protection.

"It's a huge job being given big teeth," a source said. "McChesney's job will be to set up the system to investigate whether Catholic bishops are complying with the sex abuse policy established by the conference's National Review Board charter. Her office is also mandated to put in place a safe environment for children in the 195 dioceses throughout the United States."

Also, apropos of nothing except a lingering leer, there's a totally predictable item at the bottom of the column about a totally predictable former POTUS.



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