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Until 2002, Harkins was a Catholic priest working at churches across South Jersey. But the Diocese of Camden removed him from ministry because it found he sexually abused two young girls. Now, in a new lawsuit, a third woman is claiming she also is one of Harkins’ victims.
The security checkpoint between Terminals D and E is a busy place where thousands of people – including lots of kids – pass through every day. But you might not believe who the I-Team observed working as a TSA supervisor at that checkpoint this week: Thomas Harkins.
Originally posted by chrismarco
reply to post by ColoradoJens
He may have never been formally charged for the sexual assault...did the church release him to quiet the public? If he was never charged virtually impossible to find this out...so on this one it appears he was not charged so TSA should not be held accountable...should the TSA start administering polygraphs?edit on 26-5-2012 by chrismarco because: (no reason given)