Nun steals money to go gambling

Isn't deception more interesting
when it's coupled with hypocrisy?

A Catholic nun, Marie E. Thornton, known as "Sister Susie", was in charge of finances for Iona College in New York. She pleaded guilty to stealing $850,000 by being reimbursed for fake vendor invoices and personal credit card expenses. She used the money to gamble in Atlantic City.

I've resisted the temptation to alter the above religious picture to make the "Sacred Heart of Jesus" into a heart from a deck of playing cards.

"Sister Susie", Nun from Iona College in New Rochelle, Pleads Guilty to Embezzlement in Federal Court, Talk of the Sound>>

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