Cops Vs. Coakley: You Be the Judge

By Joelle Casteix
Worthy Adversary
April 25, 2016

Let’s play a game of “Who to believe …”

In 2012, Fr. Jose Alexis Davila plead guilty to unlawful sexual touching.

We learned this week that Oklahoma City Archbishop Paul Coakley put Davila back in a parish.

Let’s see what Coakley had to say:

While Father Davila’s actions with an adult parishioner five years ago occurred in the presence of others at his office in California, he understands that those actions were perceived as inappropriate. He accepted the consequences of his lapse in judgment.

Let’s see what San Diego prosecutors had to say in 2012 about the crime (and remember … Davila ended up with a GUILTY PLEA):

Skeels told Commissioner Corinne Miesfeld that the defendant is accused of touching the victim in three areas against her will on Dec. 30. He touched her buttocks, put his finger in her vagina and touched her left breast, the prosecutor alleged.

Police said the alleged assault happened at Davila’s home in Southcrest while the two were alone. The defendant turned himself in two days later.

How stupid does Coakley think we are?








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