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Caritas head ran out of options

By Walter V. Robinson
Globe Staff / May 26, 2006

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After four hours parked away in a secretary's office with just water, soda, and two glum advisers, Dr. Robert M. Haddad finally got the inevitable ultimatum. At 12:30 a.m. yesterday, Thomas H. Hannigan, the cardinal's principal legal adviser, pulled Haddad's lawyer out of the room and laid out Haddad's limited options: It was jump or be pushed. (Full article: 1013 words)

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