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Conan's Stalker Priest Speaks Out!

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Check out the video (above) to see why Conan MAY want to have some extra security at his show when it premieres on Monday, Nov 8.

He's PROBABLY not violent, but how would you feel if there was a bi-polar Catholic priest writing you frightening letters and attending your show in hopes of receiving special treatment?

Just sayin'!

Do U think Conan should be fearful of Catholic stalker-priest David Ajemian? Or do U think he's harmless?

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9 comments to “Conan's Stalker Priest Speaks Out!”



  1. 1

    Who cares? Do you honestly think people spend their time worrying about Conan? No, sweetie. Not a chance. Team Leno, anyway.



  2. 2

    No stalker is ever harmless. He should receive "special treatment" in a bad way.



  3. 3

    The man is mentally ill but denies it. It will take a long time for him to get well, if ever.



  4. 4

    Probably the same as I would feel if I was one of those teen boys you like so much.



  5. 5

    why does it matter that he is bipolar..im bipolar does that make me crazy…ur totally stigmatizing mental health disorders its rude and im soo disappointed …what happenede to like turning a new leaf…ignorant!

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    David Ajamian would likely be advised to finish his treatment as assigned if he wishes to move forward in a proper fashion. The Arch Diocese might consider relocating him OUT of the woods with pedophiles rehab location to another inner city rehab as the former was obviously not working as desired. That is, if this hasn't already been offered. Father Ajamian has to exhibit a willingness to collaborate on his own rehabilitation, otherwise all will assume that he is still ill at this point.



  7. 7

    I am Catholic and I am also friends with Bipolar people. I understand that you are just reporting the news, but I feel like you really emphasized that he was not ONLY catholic, but also bipolar. Sure, it is hard when a sick man doesn`t want to admit it, but NOTHING in the Catholic handbook does it say its okay to stalk hurt or injure someone and I wish you would freaking clarify that.



  8. 8

    well said @ Angelica Castillo



  9. 9

    Everyone is bipolar. People with bipolar disorder have a wider range of highs and lows. He was in treatment for 20 months after he was arrested!! It doesn't take that long to stabilize someone with this condition. The archdiocese is afraid of law suits, and very ignorant about mental illness, especially this condition. If you ask me, not only have they done Fr. Ajemian an injustice, they've strengthened the stigma surrounding these kinds of illnesses. People should be so quick to judge. I think he is fit for ministry.