New York Times fails to print story on Hitler’s plot to kidnap Pius XII

.- Catholic League president William Donohue issued a statement yesterday, questioning the journalistic integrity of the New York Times. He noted that the daily was quick to run articles slamming Pope Pius XII as an alleged pro-Nazi supporter.

However, it failed to publish a subsequent article that hit the press, stating that Adolf Hitler viewed the wartime Pope as “an obstacle to his plan for global domination” and ordered his kidnapping, said Donohue.

“Though the wire services and many major newspapers at home and abroad carried the story, readers of the New York Times have yet to read about Hitler’s plot,” said Donohue.


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