October 18, 2011 by staff
Speaking at the Hamptons Film Festival this weekend, actor Susan Sarandon earlier applauded the pope – who had sent a copy of Dead Man Walking Sister Helen Prejean, the film adaptation of which starred Sarandon – for its position on the death penalty. But then clarified that he referred to John Paul II, instead of his successor, saying: “. The latter does not, we now have this Nazi”
Sarandon on stage, the interviewer, Bob Balaban, apparently tut-tutted the comment, only saying so Sarandon, to laughter from the audience.
Bill Donohue, Catholic League president, responded by calling the observation Sarandon “positively obscene” and “ignorance reveals unprecedented.” Donohue explained that the recruitment of the Young Nazi Ratzinger was a routine 14-year-old German children and stressed that ultimately left the movement, “[w] HAT is precisely why today Jews regard it as a friend, not as an enemy. ”
Sarandon also discussed Occupy Wall Street and their encounters with the Department of New York police on the case of Amadou Diallo, an immigrant who was shot dead by four plainclothes police in 1999.
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