This was most certainly one of those "he got away with it" moments. Sure he's dead, but this man deserved far worse. If he was guilty of course. A jury of his peers never got to decide if he, in fact, was guilty of abusing a child.
I have to generalize here, so please excuse me.
I have read far too many stories of priests or men of God getting away with molesting children. I myself fell victim, but it wasn't a priest. It was a family member.
The priests in my neighborhood, as well as the nuns, were good people. The head of the church was a bit of a prick but never came close to touching a child.
My experience in catholic school was nothing short of great.
With that said, it can't be denied that there's a giant conspiracy when it comes to the catholic church and child abuse.
If this guy was guilty he got off easy. Chances are he would've gotten off easy anyway considering child abusers don't get much time in prison. I still can't get my head around the fact that a drug dealer gets 20 to life and a child molester gets 3 years in a minimum security prison.
I also wouldn't put it past the catholic church to hide the fact that this guy committed suicide. The timing of his death is curious to say the least.
The Next Story has a huge dose of deceit and anger...
Planned Parenthood is fighting back.
Planned Parent has been all over the news these days. It's also been a huge topic with presidential candidates.
Back in July 2015 an anti-abortion activist, David Daleidin released two videos in which Planned Parenthood's medical personnel are seen haggling over the price of fetal body parts. This is highly immoral and illegal.
This brought back an even more heated version of the abortion debate.
Planned Parenthood is under an x-ray vision microscope and is being crucified in the media and in Washington. Even some supporters are starting to worry.
There's just one problem, it might not be true..
The videos are so heavily edited they can be considered falsified.
Planned Parenthood says that the video that shows the fetal parts deal going down was edited to look that way. They say the woman who appears in the first video, Dr. Deborah Nucatola is said to have been discussing the costs of storing and transporting fetal remains.
Here's the video that "exposes" Planned Parenthood.
Let's not forget that scientists are still trying to see if they can save lives with discarded fetal remains.
Despite this, members of Planned Parenthood will still have to appear before Congress and explain themselves. I can't imagine what they are going to explain considering the video has more production than a reality TV show. But, they should go up to that hill marching.
Planned Parenthood should demand not only an apology but demand this man be prosecuted. Then they should receive some kind of settlement.
An honest organization's credibility destroyed by a video that everyone just accepted to be real. Many in the media didn't even question the validity of it. All this over hatred. I don't even believe it's about caring about abortion anymore. I just think it's another reason to hate each other.
I don't understand how so many people allow themselves to be controlled by the mainstream media. Lead by the nose by what a man in a suit tells you what's important. Then followed by a pretty lady anchor-woman telling you what's important.
These "reporters" tell us a story then show us a 15-second clip of a video and have a panel discuss why horrific things happen.
Then the real story comes out and they repeat that over and over.
I know from personal experience that Planned Parenthood is a positive organization that treated me like a human being. Didn't judge, didn't look down. They were genuinely compassionate. Maybe things have changed, but I have nothing negative I can say about them...
The Next Story proves a point for the ones they call crazies.
The Associated Press is Angry at the FBI
The Associated Press is suing the U.S. Department of Justice over the FBI's failure to provide public records related to the creation of a fake news story used to plant surveillance software on a suspect's computer.
AP joined with the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press to file the lawsuit on Thursday, August 27, 2015.
At issue is a 2014 Freedom of Information request seeking documents related to the FBI's decision to send a web link to the fake article to a 15-year-old boy suspected of making bomb threats to a high school near Olympia, Washington. The link enabled the FBI to infect the suspect's computer with software that revealed its location and Internet address.
AP strongly objected to the ruse, which was uncovered last year in documents obtained through a separate FOIA request made by the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
"The FBI both misappropriated the trusted name of The Associated Press and created a situation where our credibility could have been undermined on a large scale," AP General Counsel Karen Kaiser said in a 2014 letter to then-Attorney General Eric Holder.
"It is improper and inconsistent with a free press for government personnel to masquerade as The Associated Press or any other news organization," Kaiser wrote. "The FBI may have intended this false story as a trap for only one person. However, the individual could easily have reposted this story to social networks, distributing to thousands of people, under our name, what was essentially a piece of government disinformation."
For everyone who says false flag operations are nothing but a conspiracy theory, there you go.
Stay safe and stay aware...
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