A dangerous 'job'
THE LOS ANGELES TIMES
"I thought someone was driving a nail into the wall," [Monsignor Weber] said. "Then [Father] Thom opened the door to the lobby [and] fell across the threshold, gasping, 'My God, I have been shot, I have been shot.' "
Bressie [the assailant] calmly put down her gun at one end of a conference table and seated herself at the other to await the police.
"She just walked in, and bang, it was over," Weber said.
Thom was struck by twin bullets from the .32-caliber derringer. One hit his heart, the other his head.
Bressie admitted the killing but wouldn't say why she had done it.
"I'll take the reason with me to the electric chair," she said.
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