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    Default Cross-Dressing, Meth-Dealing, Sex Shop-Owning Catholic Priest

    Dlisted.com is my guilty pleasure, gossip, fluff website. It usually gives me a few giggles after a stressful day. The past week they have had a few pretty serious items. This one really stood out....

    Quote Friday, January 18th 2013
    This Cross-Dressing, Meth-Dealing, Sex Shop-Owning Catholic Priest Knows How To Party

    I've only been to confession a couple of times and not once did the priest end our session by saying, "Say ten Hail Marys and before you go in peace, would like to buy some meth?" I feel so cheated.

    I've been waiting for the Global Catholic Network to get into scripted television and now here's the perfect plot for their first dramedy. Monsignor Kevin Wallin, former pastor at St. Augustine's Cathedral in Bridgeport, CT, was charged earlier this month for being part of a nationwide drug ring. The CTPost (via JMG) says that Msgr. Kevin was indicted on six charges and he could face a life sentence if convicted. St. Augustine's issued a statement saying that they are "shocked," but that they stand by him and are ready to help him through this difficult time. But the ****ery doesn't stop there. This isn't just your regular old-fashioned Catholic priest turned meth dealer story.

    Msgr. Kevin resigned as pastor of St. Augustine's two years ago due to "health and personal problems." "Health and personal problems" is just Catholic priest talk for "getting caught with legal dick up your ass, " because the CTPost says that he was forced to resign after the church found out that he was ****ing "odd-looking" cross dressers in the rectory while wearing women's clothes. (More like ****ing in the rectumory.) Church officials also found sex toys in Msgr. Kevin's room. They suspended him and continued to pay him a stipend all the way up until he was arrested for selling meth.

    After Msgr. Kevin left the church, he continued to sell meth and at his peak, he was making $9,000 a week. He used some of that money to open up a sex shop in North Haven called Land of Oz. Investigators believe that he used the store to launder the thousands of dollars he made in selling meth. Msgr. Kevin still kept in contact with officials from the Catholic church and he used to go see musicals with his mentor, former N.Y. Cardinal Edward Egan and parishioners

    A rep for the Diocese said:

    "We had no indication he had a drug problem and never had complaints regarding him and drugs. We approached him and he admitted he was struggling a bit and shortly after that he resigned (July 2011) and the bishop granted him a sabbatical.

    The rep went on to say, "And at least he wasn't raping underage boys. That's a first!"

    So to recap: Msgr. Kevin is a meth-addicted, drug-dealing former Catholic priest who hollered out show tunes while getting butt banged by a cross dresser in the rectory. Walter White seriously has nothing on this bitch! If priests told stories like this during mass, I'd be in church every single night. Hell, I'd be in church right now. These are the kind of stories I want to hear.

    When the CTPost asked one of St. Augustine's parishioners for a quote, she said, "There is an evil invading our world and it has come to our church."

    Well, somebody's jealous that Msgr. Kevin looks sexier than she does in a pink négligée.

    Posted by: Michael K
    Following is the original post from ctpost.com
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    Quote Feds: Priest charged with selling meth
    Tom Cleary
    Updated 5:26 pm, Thursday, January 17, 2013

    A prominent priest who served as pastor of St. Augustine's Cathedral parish in Bridgeport and was a close aide to then-Bishop Edward Egan was indicted on charges he was part of a drug ring that conspired to sell methamphetamine.

    Msgr. Kevin Wallin of Waterbury was arrested on a criminal complaint Jan. 3 after a joint investigation by the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Connecticut State Police Statewide Narcotics Task Force.

    Wallin, 61, resigned from his position at St. Augustine's, the main church of the Bridgeport diocese, in 2011, citing health and personal problems. He had previously served as pastor of St. Peter Parish in Danbury from 1996 to 2002, and was ordained to the priesthood in 1984.

    Wallin was charged with six counts in the indictment Tuesday by a federal grand jury in Bridgeport and faces up to life in prison if he is convicted.

    "News of Msgr. Kevin Wallin's arrest comes with a sense of shock and concern on the part of the Diocese and the many people of Fairfield County who have known him as a gifted, accomplished and compassionate priest," said Brian Wallace, director of communications for the Diocese of Bridgeport.

    Wallin also worked as secretary to bishops Walter Curtis and Edward Egan in Bridgeport prior to his appointment in Danbury.

    While in Bridgeport, he was a trustee at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield and served on the board of directors for the Bridgeport Catholic Elementary School system.

    U.S. Attorney David Fein praised the work of local and federal law enforcement in uncovering the alleged drug ring.

    "The hard work of the DEA and the Connecticut State Police in this case resulted in the dismantling of what we allege was a significant methamphetamine distribution organization that spanned from California to Connecticut," Fein said.

    Investigators used court-authorized wire taps, controlled drug buys, physical surveillance and undercover officers to unravel the conspiracy, authorities said. Agents raided Wallin's apartment on Golden Hill Street in Waterbury on Jan. 3 and found suspected methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia and drug packaging materials, according to the indictment.

    Federal officials said Wallin allegedly received drug shipments from co-conspirators in California on six occasions between September 2012 and January 2013. An undercover officer then purchased the drugs from Wallin, officials said.

    Wallin was granted a sabbatical by the diocese in July 2011.

    "During his sabbatical, the Diocese became concerned about Msgr. Wallin's well-being and have continued to reach out to him," Wallace said. "To date, he has not spoken directly with diocesan officials."

    Wallace added that Wallin's "faculties for public ministry were suspended in May 2012, and he has not been reassigned. The Diocese stands ready to help as it has throughout the past two years. We ask for prayers for Msgr. Wallin during the difficult days ahead for him."

    Wallin was charged with conspiracy to distribute 500 grams or more of a mixture and substance containing methamphetamine and 50 grams of actual methamphetamine and six counts of possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine.

    He faces a minimum prison term of 10 years and a maximum prison term of life and a fine up to $10 million on the conspiracy count and a maximum term of 20 years in prison and a fine of up to $1 million on each of the possession charges.

    Four others -- two Connecticut men and a man and woman from California -- were arrested as part of the probe into the sales of methamphetamine, a stimulant that causes a "rush of euphoria," after it is smoked, taken as a pill, snorted or injected, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Research from the Department of Justice shows that the drug, often referred to as "meth," is more common in the western portion of the country, where it is both produced in small-scale labs and smuggled in from Mexico.

    The other four arrested were each charged with conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine: Kenneth "Lyme" Devries, 52, of Golden Hill Street, Waterbury; Michael Nelson, 40, of Buckland Hills Drive, Manchester; Chad McCluskey, 43, of San Clemente, Calif.; and Kristen Laschober, 47, of Laguna Niguel, Calif.

    All five remain in custody, officials said. It wasn't immediately clear if Wallin or any of the other accused have hired attorneys.

    Assistant U.S. Attorneys Patrick Caruso and H. Gordon Hall are prosecuting the case.

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    Default Re: Cross-Dressing, Meth-Dealing, Sex Shop-Owning Catholic Priest

    We all can be bad to our bodies, but this story is more sad than LOL.

    I liked the first version more, it was less sad.

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    It is sad... and very disturbing that he was paid by the church up until his arrest for selling meth.
    The Diocese comment is so out of line: "The rep went on to say, "And at least he wasn't raping underage boys. That's a first!'"

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    Default Re: Cross-Dressing, Meth-Dealing, Sex Shop-Owning Catholic Priest

    and from Bridgeport CT.......a stones throw from Newtown and the place they were holding the drill on December 14th ......

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