New Book Refutes Upcoming Hollywood ‘Spotlight’ Movie Starring Michael Keaton

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‘Sins of the Press: The Untold Story of The Boston Globe’s Reporting on Sex Abuse in the Catholic Church’, by David F. Pierre, Jr., is the book that Hollywood and the Boston Globe do not want the public to see.

'Sins of the Press: The Untold Story of The Boston Globe's Reporting on Sex Abuse in the Catholic Church' by David F. Pierre Jr

‘Sins of the Press’ obliterates everything one might have thought about the Boston Globe and its reporting about Catholic sex abuse.

Sins of the Press’ has been timed to be released on the eve of the upcoming Hollywood movie ‘Spotlight’ – starring Michael Keaton and Mark Ruffalo – which purports to accurately dramatize the Boston Globe’s reporting on sex abuse in the Catholic Church.

‘Sins of the Press’ obliterates everything one might have thought about the Boston Globe and its reporting about Catholic sex abuse.

While the Globe wants the public to believe that its paper’s reporting was a carefully impartial chronicle of abuse and cover-ups by Church officials, this fast-paced, eye-opening, and meticulously researched book uncovers something entirely different.

Sins of the Press’ is Dave Pierre’s third book.

Dave is available for television, print, and radio interviews.

About David F. Pierre, Jr.

Dave Pierre is the country’s leading observer of the media’s coverage of the Catholic Church abuse narrative.

Dave Pierre is the creator and author of TheMediaReport.com and is a longtime contributing writer to NewsBusters.org, the popular media-bias blog of the Media Research Center. He is now the author of three critically acclaimed books.

Dave has been interviewed on National Public Radio (NPR) as well as by other radio outlets and newspapers for his work. He has also contributed to print publications.

Dave is a graduate of Boston College and lives with his wife and family in Massachusetts.

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