Maryland's first female Episcopal bishop exposed as hit-and-run driver 'who killed young father' two days after ChristmasI got this from the Thinking Housewife site, which notes "She isn’t even married to the man she is shacking up with."
Police say a female 58-year-old motorist smashed into custom bicycle maker Tom Palermo, 41, on Saturday afternoon in Baltimore
Bishop Heather E. Cook, who was elected to the no. 2 spot in the diocese in September, was named as the driver by the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland
Maryland records show Cook was arrested in 2010 after reportedly blowing 3X the legal driving limit when police found a bottle of whiskey in her car
Cook received 'probation before judgment' for a DUI charge but no charges were filed despite police having found a marijuana pipe in the car
She drove off with her windshield looking like that?!
Are there people who really want to attend church and hear a sermon from someone like her?
At least she is not a lesbian or polygamist giving shelter to an illegal alien abortionist. She just drives a lesbian car.
Update: A reader sends Kansas church to host Planned Parenthood abortion ‘celebration’. Feminism is not improving these churches.
Update: The NY Times reports that she be being charged:
Two days after Christmas, Thomas Palermo took advantage of a rare moment of free time to do what he loved most: ride his bike up a busy road popular with cyclists for its challenging hill and wide bike lanes, the afternoon sun warming his face. About the same time, the police say, an Episcopal bishop got into her car, her blood-alcohol level far above the legal limit, and drove toward him.Okay, but how did the church have such low standards in the first place?
Not long after, Mr. Palermo, 41, lay dying in the street, killed, the police say, by the drunken, texting bishop with a history of driving while intoxicated who left the scene, returning only after nearly half an hour. On Friday, the state’s attorney for Baltimore City announced charges against Suffragan Bishop Heather Cook, one of the highest ranking officials in the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, including criminal negligent manslaughter, driving while impaired and texting, and leaving the scene of an accident. ...
Ms. Mosby said Bishop Cook, 58, elected last year to the No. 2 position in the diocese despite having pleaded guilty to driving under the influence in 2010, was found to have a 0.22 blood-alcohol level when brought to the police station after she returned to the crash site. The legal limit in Maryland is 0.08.