A U.S. Bankruptcy judge rejected the Buffalo Diocese’s request to retain a law firm to represent retired Bishop Richard J. Malone and retired Auxiliary Bishop Edward M. Grosz, both of whom are individually named, along with the diocese, in the lawsuit.
The creditor’s committee that represents survivors of childhood sex abuse in the Buffalo Diocese’s bankruptcy case is opposing the diocese’s efforts to hire additional lawyers, in particular former New York Attorney General Dennis C. Vacco.
Former New York State Attorney General Dennis C. Vacco came under social media scrutiny Tuesday for a Twitter post he made, and later deleted, regarding Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh of sexual harassment. Vacco’s tweet read: “Can you say fraud. Either it happened or it didn’t. Why does the alleged ‘victim’ need
The bio at Caputo’s company website heralds him as “the only executive in history who has worked for both the White House and the Kremlin.” He also worked on the Trump campaign, so you better believe the House Intelligence Committee wanted to have a chat with