It’s the subject of a hit cable TV show — a high school science teacher who decides to produce the drug methamphetamine
and sell it.
But perhaps even more surprising than a fictional teacher is a real-life priest allegedly selling the drug in Connecticut.
“Never, not a priest, no. Maybe a parishioner but not a priest,” said David Rosenbaum, who never guessed it, even living just a few doors down from St. Augustine Church, his family’s parish for years.