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Why Anonymity Is So Important

Why Anonymity Is So Important

“PITTSBURGH (AP) — The now-fired headmaster of a Pennsylvania Catholic school had changed his name and didn’t disclose that he had been fired from another Catholic school because of his racist writings, a diocese said Wednesday.

The man formerly known as Frank Borzellieri had legally changed his name before he was hired in December at DuBois Area Catholic School, said Samuel Signorino, the director of schools for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Erie. The man’s legal name was Mario Bella when he was hired at the school, a K-12 institution about 75 miles northeast of Pittsburgh.

Last week, a school employee dug up information about Bella’s past, and he was terminated Friday after diocesan officials learned he had omitted from his resume his 2011 firing by the Archdiocese of New York…”


3 Comments

  1. rogerunited says:

    “A school employee dug up the information on Bella’s past.”
    “Monsignor Charles Kaza, the school’s interim president, said he believes the employee was simply curious about the new headmaster’s background.”

    I’m guessing the new headmaster said something “offensive” and this employee went looking for evidence of crimethink. A pen name would have helped.

  2. fnn says:

    Relocate to Singapore. But probably his wife wouldn’t be willing.

  3. Cj aka Elderofzyklons Blog says:

    Reblogged this on ElderofZyklon's Blog!.

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