The New York times can't get things right because it's purpose is not to report news, its purpose is to deceptively promote socialist doctrine in a popular and subtle way and do this while making enough money to keep the presses rolling. They have their masters and we have ours.
The New York Times has published an editorial sharply critical of Cardinal Edward Egan’s 1997 and 1999 depositions on the clerical sex abuse scandal in the Diocese of Bridgeport. Cardinal Egan served as Bishop of Bridgeport from 1988 until his transfer to New York in 2000. He was succeeded earlier this year by Archbishop Timothy Dolan.
“In the end it was not the power of repentance or compassion that compelled the Roman Catholic Diocese of Bridgeport, Conn., to release more than 12,000 pages of documents relating to lawsuits alleging decades of sexual abuse of children by its priests,” the editorial begins. “It was a court order … The accounts of priests preying on children, being moved among parishes and shielded by their bishops while their accusers were ignored or bullied into silence, are a familiar, awful story.”