Assumed Room Temperature Joseph Maskell & Neil Magnus (investigated, never charged) [rapes & murder]

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    TMP Himself

    This is too long & detailed account for me to parse out the highlights. Please click the link and read the entire story.

    Buried In Baltimore: The Mysterious Murder Of A Nun Who Knew Too Much

    6 Dec 2017

    On a frigid day in November 1969, Father Joseph Maskell, the chaplain of Archbishop Keough High School in Baltimore, called a student into his office and suggested they go for a drive. When the final bell rang at 2:40 p.m., Jean Hargadon Wehner, a 16-year-old junior at the all-girls Catholic school, followed the priest to the parking lot and climbed into the passenger seat of his light blue Buick Roadmaster. It was not unusual for Maskell to give students rides home or take them to doctor’s appointments during the school day. The burly, charismatic priest, then 30 years old, had ...
    Father Joseph Maskell, Archbishop Keough High School, Jean Hargadon Wehner, Sister Cathy Cesnik, Gemma Hoskins, Tom Nugent, Deep Throat, Teresa Lancaster, Randy Lancaster, Abbie Schaub, Baltimore, Maryland, Helen Russell Phillips, Nick Giangrasso, Baltimore City Police Department, Gerard Koob, Harry Bannon, Archdiocese of Baltimore, Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, Maryland State Police, Maryland National Guard, Bob Fisher, Tommy Maskell, Baltimore County, School Sisters of Notre Dame, Dr. Christian Richter, Jean Wehner, Father Neil Magnus, Sean Caine, Johns Hopkins University, Montrose School, Reisterstown, Donna VonDenBosch, St. Clement Church, Brother Ed, Brother Ted, Brother Bob, Catholic Youth Organization, Kathy Hobeck, Western High School, Seton Keough High School, Dr. Neil Blumberg, Paul McHugh, Judge Hilary Caplan, William Storey, Holy Cross Church, Federal Bureau of Investigations, Dave Jacoby, Survivors Network of Those Abused By Priests, SNAP, Maryland State Legislature, Archbishop Edwin O’Brien, Alison D’Alessandro, Office of Child and Youth Protection
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    TMP Himself

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  4. TMP

    TMP Himself

    Another good read, best to click the link and read the entire article:

    Police dig up records priest ordered buried

    10 Aug 1994

    Baltimore City detectives investigating sex abuse allegations against a Roman Catholic priest dug up a van load of confidential records yesterday the priest had ordered buried four years ago in Brooklyn's Holy Cross Cemetery. City police were accompanied by the two Baltimore County homicide detectives assigned to the revived investigation of the unsolved 1969 slaying of Sister Catherine Ann Cesnik. A high-ranking county police official said investigators were there because the name of the priest -- the Rev. A. Joseph Maskell -- had come up during their probe of the 25-year-old crime. Father Maskell and Sister Catherine were both on ...
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    TMP Himself

    And last but not least, please click the link and read this one, too:

    With new lead, police reopen old murder case

    19 June 1994

    Col. Edwin E. Taylor, who was chief of the criminal investigation division when Sister Catherine disappeared, retired Dec. 25, 1969, just before her body was found Jan. 3, 1970, in Lansdowne. Mr. Taylor said yesterday that he has no recollection of the case and knew nothing of any outside interference. The Sun regrets the errors.

    On a gray Saturday morning almost 25 years ago, two hunters crossing a snow-crusted field in Lansdowne stumbled on a terrifying sight -- the partly clothed body of a young woman sprawled halfway down an embankment. The only evidence of life was fresh animal tracks. It was Jan. 3, 1970. With Baltimore's daily newspapers on strike, the discovery of the frozen, mutilated body of Sister Catherine Ann Cesnik made barely a ripple compared with the furor over her mysterious disappearance eight weeks earlier. Despite months of investigation by Baltimore and Baltimore County homicide detectives, the killer of the ...