June 21, 2015

A postmarked lavender envelope mailed from Wuerl's former Warwick Terrace residence by Torquato.

While federal district court papers had Donald Wuerl's name throughout them,
Father James Torquato was ever-so-conveniently stationed in Rome, in order to
further his education.  Wuerl eventually appointed Fr. Torquato pastor of a Pitts-
burgh parish, in hypocritical contradiction to Wuerl's fabricated & undeserved
reputation of zero tolerance.  Torquato was given a lot of tolerance by Wuerl.
The narration on this matter is located at:

http://www.donaldwuerl.com/2013/08/wuerl-ratified-retaliations.html

The last name of Torquato's accuser and his former street address was erased
from the Jpeg, for the sake of his family's privacy.  By the way, as of the Winter
of 2014/15, I still have the Torquato evidence that I had to make an added effort
to protect during the first wave of the Torquato Retaliations.

June 20, 2015

Cardinal Wuerl: A dirty sex abuse handling record from Year 1.

Donald Wuerl was installed bishop of Pittsburgh on February 12, 1988.  It only
took eight months thereafter for the Diocese of Pittsburgh to become one of the  
first dioceses in America to be 'scathed' in what was to become a nationwide 
Watergate of perversity.  Wuerl was caught performing a triple cover-up, and
the practice of sadomasochism was one of the acts which transpired within a
trio of clergy members whom Wuerl unsuccessfully concealed from law en-
forcement authorities.  

Always keep in mind that the only reason why Wuerl was one of the first bish-
ops to announce a zero tolerance policy was because he was one of the very first
of American bishops caught red-handed in performing multiple and simultaneous 
cover-ups which included John Hoehl as Wuerl's fourth simultaneous cover-up.

Wuerl expressly put Hoehl back into ministry and immediately took Hoehl out
of the ministry line-up after DA John C. Pettit publicly announced that Wuerl
and his personnel were uncooperative during the criminal investigation which
resulted in the indictments of Wolk, Zula, and Pucci.

In as much, Wuerl had to put on airs and display a very fake facade, in announc-
ing a zero tolerance policy which he did NOT observe in his subsequent cover-up
of Frs. Edward Huff and James Torquato.  Wuerl is a liar by his actions.  Such
as a person known as a hypocrite.  Wuerl also chooses which Catholic doctrine
to observe and which one to violate.  Such a person is known as a heretic.

Concerning Wolk, Zula, and Pucci:

A member of the criminal trio was an assistant chancellor of Wuerl's diocese, as 
well as a canon lawyer.  This factor alone showed motive for proceeding with an 
intentional cover-up.  In fact, Wuerl vehemently defended his cover-up of Wolk,
in news print, claimed that the cover-up wasn't a cover-up.  Wuerl has been a liar
from the beginning.

The Sex Abuse Casualties


The casualties were two altar boys of the same family.  They were brothers. The 
years of molestation occurred from 1981 to 1987.  In addition to the three indict-
ed priests, there was a fourth alleged assailant reported to one of the three prose-
cuting district attorneys.  He was a layman.  Furthermore, there was a fourth dio-
cesan priest implicated, but only in his capacity as a probable accomplice; as a 
silent person who reported nothing to anyone.

Concerning this priest, he either allowed criminal conduct to transpire in a ski 

lodge suite where he was staying or else he was clueless to what was transpir-
ing there.  Nothing was established other than he was at the scene of the crime, 
going into his room, while a criminal priest was taking his altar boy into anoth-
er one.  

This fourth Pittsburgh diocesan priest, incidentally, was strangled to  death in 
Havana Cuba in 2001, after having been on administrative leave since 1996.  
A source informed me that Wuerl, himself, officiated as his funeral ... so stat-
ed the source.

While in Cuba, this priest was openly homosexual and was said to have "helped 

his visiting friends find sexual partners while they stayed in Havana."  He was 
the tragic Fr. George Zirwas, and at this point in the narration you should be at
the first stage in realizing that Lord Byron was more correct than he was mistak-
en when he stated that the truth is always strange; stranger than fiction.

Wuerl's unholy trinity


The indicted priests were Robert Wolk, Francis Pucci, and Richard "Sade" Zula.   

Wolk was the assistant chancellor and Zula was nicknamed after the Marquis de 
Sade.  All three priests were charged and arraigned in Washington County, PA.  
It's a county which touches the southwestern border of the Allegheny County 
where within sits Pittsburgh.  

Furthermore, Richard Zula was also arraigned east of Pittsburgh, in Somerset 
County.  Robert Wolk was indicted in Allegheny County, as well as in Wash-
ington County.   In fact, he was the first one to surrender himself to the police.  
Incidentally, the Diocese of Pittsburgh comprises the six most Southwestern 
counties of Pennsylvania.  Pennsylvania, at last count, has sixty-seven counties.

The front page of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette's November 11 edition of that

year gives light on how involved the criminal investigation was:  

        "Moreover, authorities said their investigation had uncovered
          evidence of similar offenses involving one of the priests that
          occurred elsewhere in southwestern Pennsylvania and Florida,
         Ohio, Virginia, and Canada.  Authorities in the jurisdictions
         have been contacted."


This shows that the matter was not taken lightly by law enforcement officials. 
 
In fact, the district attorney of Washington County prophetically stated,  "We  
would be sticking our heads in the sand to believe these are the only three 
cases."

Zula had 138 criminal counts filed against him in Washington Coun
ty, alone. 
However, a plea bargain reduced the counts to only two.   In sequence, Zula 
also plead guilty in Somerset County.  Now, as far as went Wolk, he plead 
guilty in Allegheny and Washington counties. 

Pucci's case, on the other hand, was dismissed due to the two year statute
of
limitations expiring on two types of criminal charges.   It expired approximate-
ly four months prior to his indictment.   He was indicted under the assumption 
that the time-keeping for the two year limit had frozen during the time Pucci 
was outside of Pennsylvania, in a Maryland psychiatric facility.  None the less,
conspiracy charges remained open for Pucci, and that particular crime had a 
five year limitation.   Despite this, Pucci's case was eventually dismissed.

Take note that, during the nationwide sex abuse scandal, priest after abusive

priest was sent to a psychiatric facility, as if each one were an unaccountable
victim of mental illness.  Now, there is a difference between mental illness
and sin.   If a person is insane, then he is without malice in a materially harm-
ful act, even though each member of society has the right to be made safe from
such a harmful person.   However, deception and manipulation, as much as
scheming and concealing, were committed by priest after abusive priest, and

such acts are elements of malice; not mental illness. 

In addition, these priests were described as having "compulsions" that required 
psychiatric treatment.  In the Catholic vernacular, such compulsions are known 
as temptations.

Wuerl and His Personnel:  Uncooperative During the 1988 Investigation

The Washington County district attorney announced that Wuerl's diocese en-

gaged in "foot dragging" throughout the criminal investigation.   The DA was
either irked or incensed by the Pittsburgh diocese's lack of cooperation, call-
ing it "minimal at best."   His quote on the topic goes as follows: "It was not
the spirit of cooperation we would like to see."  Of course,  "foot dragging"
is a polite way of saying "stonewalling" which, in turn, is a polite way of say-

ing "a step away from obstruction of justice charges."

Wuerl had pushed his luck to the limit.  Being that he was caught performing

a triple cover-up, and being that he was accused of having impeded a crimi-
nal investigation via stonewalling, he had no other choice than to strike the
pose of a strict disciplinarian.  This shows that Wuerl was not not not the
caring and concerned bishop that he was made out to be by the 21st Century
media.  Rather, he was a chameleon, looking out for himself.  He changed
colors according to the changes in the political climate.  In fact, he original-
ly presented himself as a "liberal."  He was then paraded around as a "con-
servative."  Wuerl has shown himself to be out for himself.  The following
mainstream media newspaper links provide the evidence:

Photocopy of Cleveland Plain Dealer Article which mentions the existence 
of a fourth predator in the same Pittsburgh diocesan molestation ring:
Wuerl's Cover-up with Mention of Fourth Assailant

The New York Times Report on the Triple Cover-up:

 http://www.nytimes.com/1988/11/13/us/3-pennsylvania-priests-accused-of-molesting.html

Photocopy of the San Antonio Express-News Report:

http://photos1.blogger.com/blogger/4118/1032/1600/Wuerl%20San%20Antonio%20Express.jpg

Photocopy of the Report found in the Lewiston Daily Sun:
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=9eYpAAAAIBAJ&sjid=7WQFAAAAIBAJ&pg=4475,2371591&dq=zula+barn+parked +car+pettit+resort&hl=en


Photocopy of the Nashua Telegraph's Report on the Cover-up:
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=GvglAAAAIBAJ&sjid=E_wFAAAAIBAJ&pg=
5495,3148582&hl=en


The Associated Press News Report on Wuerl's Triple Cover-up: 
http://www.bishop-accountability.org/news/1988_11_11_AP_ThreePriests_Francis_Pucci_etc_2.htm

Photocopy of the Bryan Times Report, with D.A.'s Additional Statement:
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=tQYLAAAAIBAJ&sjid=
jlEDAAAAIBAJ&pg=5427,4088961&dq=wolk+arrested+
pittsburgh+zula+pucci


Donald Wuerl: A Coast to Coast Disgrace

News of Wuerl's triple cover-up made its way from coast to coast, via:

- the New York Times,          - the Saint Petersburg Times,
- the Philadelphia Inquirer,     - the Philadelphia Daily News,
- the Cleveland Plain Dealer,   - the Pittsburgh Post Gazette,
- Maine's Lewiston Daily Sun,    - the San Jose Mercury News,     
- Pennsylvania's Reading Eagle,   -  the San Antonio Express-News,
- California's Lodi News-Sentinel,   - the now defunct Pittsburgh Press,   
- Northwestern Ohio's Bryan Times,    - Oregon's Eugene Register-Guard,
- New Hampshire's Nashua Telegraph,  - South Carolina's Rock Hill Herald.

From as far west as California's San Andreas Fault line, to as far east as the
New York metro area, Donald William Wuerl became an early chapter in the
Vatican II church's sex abuse history.  From as far south as the Florida Gulf
Coast, to as far north as Maine, Wuerl's diocese had already proven itself to
be what best selling author Malachi Martin would later say it was"... one
of the most pathetic dioceses in the United States."

http://www.bishop-accountability.org/news3/1988_10_11_Mullan_EditorsNote_Robert_Wolk_1.htm

http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=mYMcAAAAIBAJ&sjid=
b2MEAAAAIBAJ&pg=2329,10275422&hl=en


http://www.bishop-accountability.org/news3/1989_05_23_UnitedPressInternational_Richard_Zula_3.htm

http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=4ARlAAAAIBAJ&sjid=2XcNAAAAIBAJ&pg=4517,3545671&dq=zula+diocese+wuerl&hl=en

Concerning George Zirwas:

http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=FFAxAAAAIBAJ&sjid=d3ADAAAAIBAJ&pg=5379,202749&dq=george+zirwas+pittsburgh+cuba&hl=en

http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=FNBIAAAAIBAJ&sjid=XYIMAAAAIBAJ&pg=1312,127061&hl=en

http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=77AaAAAAIBAJ&sjid=fjAEAAAAIBAJ&pg=5477,1539593&hl=en

http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=bc00AAAAIBAJ&sjid=KSEGAAAAIBAJ&pg=3062,4367236&hl=en
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June 19, 2015

Wuerl's triple cover-up in the newspapers, from coast to coast w/ mention of his uncooperativeness w/ law enforcement officials.

A reflection of the Pittsburgh Roman Catholic cathedral in plate glass.
Intro:  It's amazing how Americans, Pennsylvanians, and Pittsburgh residents
in particular were clueless to the fact that Cardinal Wuerl was caught in a triple
cover-up which resulted in three of his Pittsburgh priests being multiply indict-
ed in more than one Pennsylvania county.  This is because news of the criminal
indictments and the reports of Donald Wuerl being uncooperative with law en-
forcement officials rang out in the newspapers from Lewiston Maine to New
Hampshire to NYC to Northwestern Ohio to Chicago to California ... and from
Cleveland to Saint Petersburg to San Antonio.  The reports were even in the
now-defunct Pittsburgh Press, as well as the Pgh Post Gazette.


Apparently, Francis I is clueless to Wuerl's track record of corruption and lies, too.
He apparently doesn't know about the triple cover-up, his ratification of the Torqua-
to Retaliations, his retaliation committed upon the school children of the Risen Lord
Parish School that he closed, and the botched cover-ups of John Hoehl and Edward
Huff, as well as Wuerl's heretical teachings on Holy Communion and other lies by
and through Donald Wuerl.  Apparently, Pope Francis' advisers are ill-advisers.

In fact, Wuerl was the second bishop in America to get caught performing a
cover-up in what was to become a Watergate of perversity in the Vatican II
church.  Yet, Wuerl's cover-up was multiple, going beyond his unholy trinity
of Wolk, Zula, and Pucci.  There was a fourth molester priest under Donald
Wuerl's covers whom Wuerl put back into ministry during the same year
when the German-American Dignity Mass proponent was allegedly being
uncooperative with police.  The allegations of Wuerl being uncooperative
with law enforcement officials came from the first district attorney to ever
prosecute Wuerl's three priests.  He was the late John C. Pettit of Washing-
ton County Pennsylvania.

The fourth simultaneous priest under Wuerl's covers:

The fourth priest was a high school headmaster who caused a lot of students
to become emotionally traumatized later in life.  The headmaster was my head-
master and the rumors about him abounded after high school.  Yet, during the
school years, the rumors were sparse, and I refused to believe them at the time.

Yours truly receiving his diploma from the John Hoehl whom Wuerl  put back
into ministry, thereby showing that Wuerl was  NO zero tolerance bishop.  I heard
rumors about Hoehl during high school, but they weren't frequent and  not detailed.
I simply didn't think that any priest would be what the rumors accused him of being.
Well, one of the young men to spend time living in the headmaster's home took
a shot gun, affixed it to his head, and pulled the trigger, shortly after he was sent
home for punching the headmaster.  I was the last person who was not a family
member to ever see him alive, and it was assumed that he punched Hoehl, in the
effort to fend off a physical intrusion.

In the final moment, the young man looked at me with a facial expression which
said,  "It's okay.  It doesn't matter anymore."  Two hours later, he was dead.

Years later, I was told of yet another football teammate allegedly committing
suicide, on account of mental trauma.  I couldn't confirm or dispel the allegation.

After that came my conversation with someone I once coached in basketball who
was psychologically damaged by the exact same headmaster.  Incidentally, I was
a basketball coach when I was a teenager, going up against coaches in their 30s,
40s, and 50s, ending up with a record of nine wins and five losses.  I mention this
to show that I was in high school during that priest's rampage with my teammates
and fellow students.  Yet, those youth were willing participants, after a seduction
phase, of course.

Next came a class reunion and the face of yet another former football teammate
who also was allegedly one of Hoehl's play toys.  He was a linebacker and I re-
member him giving me the cheapest shot on the football field, during a scrim-
mage.  In fact, there was a notable distance and aloofness between the two of
us during high school, meaning that an act of goodwill or compassion from me
at the school reunion would have had a tremendous effect.

Anyway, his look was the look of emotional devastation and shame, as well as
remorse.  And of course, I remained completely diplomatic, so as to not increase
the guy's existing pain.  I should have walked up to him and said, "Hey man, it's
okay.  Don't worry about it."  I didn't want to open any emotional wounds.  Plus,
my girlfriend at the time was raised in an entirely different part of Pittsburgh, and
she was clueless as to what was going on at the reunion, as she went about being
exremely pleasant and cordial to all of my classmates.  I never told her, being that
I was never molested by the molesting headmaster,  So, I remained silent at the
reunion when I should have gone up to talk to the guy.

In comparison,  Ann Rodgers' snow job on the Pittsburgh people was worse.
Wuerl couldn't have gotten the idolatrous image that he did without Rodgers'
connection to the press.  Wuerl was merely using Rodgers for selfish gain.
However, the gig is now up ... expired ... deflated ... unveiled ...
... just like the man behind the curtain in  the Wizard of Oz.
Okay then.  You now know why I reached out to help those who were the play toys
of predatory priests, even though all of my labor and expense in the effort was for
naught, due to the manipulative corruption of Donald Wuerl.  You now know why
I went to lengths to do this Wuerlgate site, despite the threats and very unfriendly
visitation.  It was one of those moral obligation things.  If I were to remain silent,
I would have sinned.  You must let people know when a wolf is in their midst,
no matter how flamingly effeminate and tiny the wolf is, being that the feroci-
ousness is not in any physical stature, but in the person's abuse of power and
manipulation of others to do his violence toward others.

My reason was very simple and it permeated throughout the marrow of my soul.
Therefore, it wasn't a matter me being a brooding malcontent jealous at the 5'4"
Peter Pan look-alike named Donald Wuerl.  It wasn't a matter of me trying to
one-up-it on the the tinsel town narcissistic.  It wasn't a matter of me enviously
writing graffiti all over Wuerl's public image which turned out to be a complete
and total falsehood, anyway.  It wasn't a matter of me trying to promote anoth-
er bishop over Wuerl, either:

It was a matter of me wanting to never go through another suicide, ever again.

Sincerely, Patrick Anthony Pontillo, the Wuerlgate author who didn't back-
down, despite the multiple threats and unfriendly apartment bldg intrusion.

Let us proceed:

In the Vatican II church's sex abuse scandal, Cardinal Donald Wuerl became the
second American bishop to get caught performing a cover-up which resulted in
criminal prosecution for the priest(s) being covered.  It all started in Abbeyville
Louisiana with Father Gilbert Gauthe, in 1985.  Then came the indictments of
Pittsburgh diocesan priests, Frs. Wolk, Zula, and Pucci ... during Wuerl's watch.

Being that Wuerl was one of the first bishops in America to get caught cover-
ing up criminal priests, he was one of the first bishops in America to announce
a zero tolerance policy.  He struck the pose of a strick disciplinarian, only be-
cause he was in a huge law-enforcement spotlight, and quite frankly, it had
gotten to the point where the next priest to be convicted of wrongdoing, if
Wuerl were to keep playing his unconscionable games, was Wuerl, himself.
However, he would have been found guilty of a Summary Offense only, and
forced to do no more than pay fine.  However, his strive for high Vatican
power would have ended then and there.

All in all, Wuerl announced NO zero tolerance policy until Wolk, Zula, and
Pucci were indicted.  Plus, Wuerl did NOT enforce the policy when it came
to Fr Edward Huff who would come to be criminally indicted and convicted.
Plus, no zero tolerance policy applied to the retaliatory James Torquato.

Wuerl was no caring man looking out for the underdog, while in possession of
this so-called caring smile.  Those of us who did meet Wuerl in person could
not but help notice his conceitedly curt dismissiveness and his flaming homo-
sexuality.  Yet, it wasn't the flaming homosexuality that was the shocker.  His
mean spirited conceit was.  You could tell that he was thoroughly vicious and
would destroy any human life he could get away with destroying, while having
no remorse ... while experiencing no haunting in his apparently stone cold con-
science.  He was as cold as a demon right before the initial start of an exorcism.

I've met great men in life, ranging from a national book award winner here, a
Walt Whitman award winner there, a Super Bowl champion yet elsewhere, and
a share of full-blown war heroes.  Each one had a personality.  Wuerl had none.
Ann  Rodgers, to legacy of disgrace, set out to make Wuerl look like a great man.
But, Wuerl was nothing more than a Great Lie, especially in what Wuerl did to
Anthony Cipolla, his diversionary tactic.  For those of you easily deceived by
sound bytes and Christopher Dickey articles, the Jpeg evidence is here at the
Wuerlgate which convincingly defends an Anthony Cipolla whom I assumed
was guilty as publicly accused, being that I did no fact checking until the Year
2013,

For the record, the catalyst in finding the proof that Cipolla actually was inno-
cent of the allegations stated by the liar Tim Bendig was Chicago's own Mike
Volpe.  Mike is underrated, to say the least.  He's literally one of my heroes.
Impressive in the proper way for me to describe.  That's for sure.  How did
Mike know?  ANS:  Experience with whistle blower retaliation cases.

Concerning Wolk, Zula, Pucci, and even John S. Hoehl

These priests were not reported to authorities by Wuerl, as was required in the
Pennsylvania Child Protective Services Act.  Attorney F. Peter Dixon did the
reporting.  He was the friend of the molested family.  Technically, only one
of the two molested youths were an altar boy; so stated for the record.

In addition, Wuerl publicly stated that his cover-up of Robert Wolk was not
covering-up.  Wuerl was a liar from Day 1.

Here are the newspaper reports on Donald Wuerl's triple cover-up, shortly after
it was uncovered.  The fourth simultaneous cover-up of Donald Wuerl was that
of former high school headmaster, John Hoehl.  Being that Wuerl put Hoehl
back into ministry, declining to remove him until Robert Wolk was indicted.
When Wolk was indicted, Hoehl became a hot potato.  Only at that point in
time did Wuerl remove Hoehl.  Thus, Ann Rodgers deceived the public in
what she wrote about Wuerl dismissing Hoehl.  If it were for Mr. Dixon,
Hoehl would never have been removed from ministry.

All in all, Wuerl never acted out of caring kindness or a sense of duty.  He on-
ly acted in fear of being personally prosecuted, investigated on a mass scale, or
sued.  It was law enforcement and the civil law system that prompted Wuerl's
actions; not Wuerl's conscious which, by all indictions, is a dead conscience.

Concerning the previous statement, wait until you undergo something similar
to the James Torquato Retaliations and you'll immediately agree.   If you've
not yet gone through the telephone threat scenario and physical pursuit, then
you have no right to comment about Wuerl.  You're not part of that very costly
and elite fraternity that has a very unpleasant initiation .  If you haven't suffere
to the marrow of your soul, on account of a lying narcissistic power abuser
named Donald Wuerl and nicknamed Wuerl the Girl, as well as Whirlybird
and Donna.  If you haven't undergone anything even remotely close to the
Torquato Retaliations, then you have no insights.  Your comments have
zero value.  Absolute Zero.  Go write and comment about something else.

Concerning the Triple Cover-up and the two molested youths:

There was also the matter of a fourth alleged molester of the two youth who
happened to have been a layman.  This was reported in a Cleveland Plain
Dealer article, as well as in a couple other American newspapers.

There was also the matter of the tragic Father George Zirwas being at the
scene of one of the three priest's crimes, remaining entirely silent while it
was transpiring.  It transpired in a sky lodge suite.  Father Zirwas remained
silent and complicit, while the priest and his young prey were in a bedroom.
Zirwas was strangled to death in Cuba, years later.

The Wuerl People, including former Pgh Post Gazette writer Ann Rodgers,
continue to cover up Wuerl's Triple Cover-up by means of revising history
to the point of making Wuerl sound like the presiding hero in it.  Proof that
Wuerl was far from the hero of the hour is blatant, evidenced by the fact
that:

District Attorney John C. Pettit publicly announced that Wuerl & his staff
were uncooperative throughout the criminal investigation.  Case Closed.
Wuerl, therefore, is still engaged in a cover-up, doing what he and his
minions can, in keeping the facts of the triple indictment away from as
many members of the public as he and they can.  This is ongoing deceit.

No matter what, keep in mind that my thesis statement in the court of pub-
lic opinion is that, during his Pittsburgh days, Donald Wuerl was a vicious
conniver.  He was a liar, a pretender, a retaliator, and a conceited narcissist
who showed disdain for 99% of the population,

Wuerl most certainly did use diversionary tactics and sleight of hand decep-
tions.   Plus, his nexus to the Sodomite Wuerl was ascertained with empirical
evidence.  Yet, as far as goes the allegations of his private where he allegedly
violated a principle vow of the priesthood as a part of his lifestyle, that is bas-
ed on eye witness accounts, as well as compelling circumstantial evidence.
Due to the lack of smoking gun evidence, I refrained from line-itemizing
what certain individuals from Europe to America alleged to me about
Wuerl's private life.  What if all those people between 1999 and 2012
were wrong in what they told me about Wuerl's alleged private life.

Below is one Jpeg and several links that uncovered Wuerl's triple cover-up
at the time when it was uncovered.  Compare them to what Ann Rodgers &
her fellow propagandists say about Wuerl today, concerning that time span.

Read them.  You will see that no one in any of those news reports is calling
Wuerl a hero of any sorts.  Just the opposite occurred.  You don't have to
take my word for it.  Look for yourself.   In fact, Look, Identify, and Per-
ceive.  The Wuerl People are liars and Donald Wuerl is a living lie.  This
site has the Jpegs and newspaper archive links to prove it.


See also:

http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=4ARlAAAAIBAJ&sjid=2XcNAAAAIBAJ&pg=4517,3545671&dq=zula+diocese+wuerl&hl=en

http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=9eYpAAAAIBAJ&sjid=7WQFAAAAIBAJ&pg=4475,2371591&dq=zula+barn+parked+car+pettit+resort&hl=en

http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=GvglAAAAIBAJ&sjid=E_wFAAAAIBAJ&pg=5495,3148582&hl=en

http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=tQYLAAAAIBAJ&sjid=jlEDAAAAIBAJ&pg=5427,4088961&dq=wolk+arrested+pittsburgh+zula+pucci

http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=ZOMhAAAAIBAJ&sjid=fmMEAAAAIBAJ&pg=6901,53612&dq=diocese+pittsburgh+1987+seminary+molested&hl=en

http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=FwUOAAAAIBAJ&sjid=3W0DAAAAIBAJ&pg=1919,3932976&dq=3+priests+investigated+wolk

http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=mYMcAAAAIBAJ&sjid=b2MEAAAAIBAJ&pg=2329,10275422&hl=en

http://www.nytimes.com/1988/11/13/us/3-pennsylvania-priests-accused-of-molesting.html 

A Pittsburgh area molester got away, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer

    This Cleveland Plain Dealer article mentioned the existence of an
    alleged fourth assailant who was alleged to have been a layman.
    This is in addition to the three-ring circus of Pittsburgh diocesan
     priests Wuerl attempted to cover up.  The names were Wolk, Zula,
     and Pucci.  Wolk was in Wuerl's age group.  This would indicate
     that he was a classmate.

    Wuerl only had a zero tolerance track record when it came to having
    zero tolerance toward whistle-blowers who tried to clean-up the cor-
    ruption in Wuerl's own diocese.  The press on Wuerl has been a very
    unconscionable lie.  He was one of those bishops who had his share
    of cover-ups.  In fact, he was one of the first caught performing a
    cover-up.  My research shows that he was the second one, only pre-
    ceded by the Layfayette Louisiana diocese's cover-up of Gilbert
    Gauthe.

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June 18, 2015

Wuerl's change-the-subject letter, to divert attention away from the fact that his triple cover-up was uncovered by a DA's office and the press.

      The change-the-subject letter below was the one that Donald Wuerl wrote
      shortly after he was caught performing his Triple Cover-up.  The contents
      therein were predictable, thereby proving that tiny Wuerl is no mental giant.
      No deep thinker.  No caring man.  No honest taker of responsibility.  Just a
      brat who should never have been ordained a priest, let alone a bishop.  He
      inflicted a lot scars, and by all indications Wuerl only has the faint rem-
      nant of a conscience.  I learned this during the Torquato Retaliations and
      the game playing after the retaliations ceased.  One thing stopped the re-
      taliatory conduct.  It was us filing in federal court.  The case was a failure.
      But, it did get the Wuerl & Torquato Surrogates to leave us alone.

      Wuerl stated that there was so much to do that Pittsburgh didn't have time
      to think about his then-diocese having become one of the first dioceses to
      be scathed in what was to become a coast to coast Watergate of perversity.

      Wuerl was not clever in his evils.  He simply had a propaganda machine
      and a few politicians who cow-towed to him, on account of the fear that
      not doing so would offend Pittsburgh's notable Catholic population.

      The  failed assessment of those politicians is that Pittsburgh Catholics were
      suing Wuerl left & right, while some Pittsburgh area Catholics sent packages
      of complaint to the Vatican.  Of course, Joseph Ratzinger, the former Hitler
      Youth, sided with the German Donald Wuerl.  None the less, bishops such as
      Wuerl and Ratzinger are not great leaders.  They were/are merely abusers of
      power.  Simply being in power does not make one a great leader.

      Ratzinger's cronyism papacy was such an outrage that his butler became the
      whistle blower.  In clear conscience, the butler could not let the corruption
      of the Ratzinger papacy go unknown to the Catholic public.  After all, doc-
      tor of the Church, Saint Francis de Sales, stated that it is an act of charity
      to alert the sheep of the presence of the wolf, wherever the wolf may be.
      Yet, instead of employing humility and admitting guilt, the former Hitler
      Youth let the whistle blower butler be confined in a jail cell, thereby con-
      tinuing Ratzinger's cronyism and corruption.  Cardinal Angelo Sodano,
      an actual criminal, got to roam freely throughout Rome.

      Keep in mind that Cardinal Wuerl rose to power by riding John
      Cardinal Wright's coat tails.  If Wuerl weren't Wright's long-term
      secretary, then Wuerl would have been a nobody in terms of pow-
      er and influence. 

      If Wuerl didn't ride Cardinal Wright's coat tails, Pittsburgh would
      have many more Catholic parishes and priests than it has today.
      Pittsburgh wouldn't have been the last city to end the heretical
      Dignity Masses which can be described as Sodom & Gomorrah
      Masses.  In addition, Fr. Sotak's accuser would have been a priest
      at this hour, and chances are that the retaliatory former personal se-
      cretary of Donald Wuerl, namely James Torquato, would not have
      been made a parish pastor.

     In addition, Catholic Church property would not have gotten into
     masonic hands.  Tim Bendig would be a no-name.  Sweatshop pro-
     fiteering would not have been ignored in Pittsburgh, a city famous
     for championing worker's rights.  If Wuerl weren't Wright secretary,
     the priesthood throughout the entire United States probably wouldn't
     be flooded with the flamingly effeminate and the homosexual.  The 
     aforementioned is important to mention, because St. Paul once wrote
     that the effeminate do not inherit the Kingdom of Heaven.

Cardinal Wuerl's Violation of the Child Protective Services Act . . . and his denial of the Robert Wolk Coverup.

"To say he will not be reassigned is a devastating thing," said Wuerl to the
press shortly after he was caught performing his triple cover-up which was
headlined with Father Robert Wolk's indictment.  The same Donald Wuerl
also said to the media, "It is NOT covering up to embrace man who is
suffering.  Yet, Ann Rodgers, formerly (Rodgers-Melnick) of the Pitts-
burgh Post Gazette had the audacity to deceive the public into falsely
believing Wuerl to be the bishop of zero tolerance that he never was.

Add to this the fact that Wuerl already reassigned the notorious John Hoehl
months prior.  Wuerl had no intention of getting rid of Hoehl until the indict-
ment of Wolk.  Yet, the pathologically bland Ann Rodgers had the audacity
to make it look as if Wuerl were the instant disciplinarian from Day 1.  You
now see how far away from zero tolerance Wuerl was.  After all, he made a
criminal sound like a victim.  You can now also see how much of a liar was
Ann Rodgers of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette.  You all fell for it.  You were
her sucker.  In fact, you were tiny Donald Wuerl's sucker, as in "there's one
born every minute.

Now, in the Year 2002, when Wuerl was being made out to be the holiest
male on Earth --- next to the molester Marcial Maciel who was was also
lauded as a saint --- would you have been praising Wuerl guy if you had
known about this triple cover-up?  ...if you had known about DA John
Pettit announcing to the press that Wuerl was uncooperative during the
criminal ?  ...if you knew about Wuerl's public excuse for having covered-
up the crimes of three of his priests, followed by Wuerl publicly denying
that it was the act of covering-up at all?   Or would you have categorized
him with Bernard Law and Roger Mahoney?

Would you have been praising Wuerl that year, if Ann Rodgers and the
Pgh Post Gazette were honest enough to report on the Torquato case?
You know, the Torquato case has dozens of pieces of vidence attached
to it.

Wuerl was headlined as the bishop who fought the Vatican to remove  "a
molester priest," when the fact is that he only attempted to have the priest
removed from ministry for what was later called a misdiagnosis of Depress-
ion and Suicidal Tendencies.  The priest was never arrested, yet Wuerl let
the papers claim that the priest was.  In fact, that priest, Anthony Cipolla,
received a favorable Pennsylvania State Police background check security
clearance in the Summer of 2014, where within it was stated that Cipolla
has NO ARREST RECORD in the State of Pennsylvania.

This also shows Wuerl's motive in letting Anthony Cipolla be the public
scapegoat whose reputation was completely annihilated, despite the over-
whelming evidence of Cipolla being the opposite of the media smear
campaign launched against him.

Wuerl was in a law enforcement spotlight.  This meant that Wuerl needed
a smokescreen, to deceive the public into thinking that he was a holy and
all so caring saint.   Wuerl did nothing more than masquerade himself as
an angel of light, at the expense of others such as an Anthony Cipolla who,
unlike the effeminate Donald Wuerl, was found to have zero nexus with the
homosexual subculture.  Wuerl, on the other hand, had a definitive nexus
with the neo-Sodomite world.


The newspaper jpegs above prove that the slightly built Donald Wuerl
thrived on a propaganda machine filled with sleight of hand deceptions
and direct falsehoods.

In addition, don't forget that he rode the coattails of John Cardinal Wright,
and without the help of the allegedly homosexual John Wright, the Donald
Wuerl who accommodated banned Dignity Masses for eight consecutive
years would have been nothing.

It was the court system that prompted Wuerl to strike the pose of a strict
disciplinarian.  It was all a fraud to have claimed that Wuerl would come
to the rescue of the victims of predatory priests such as the Edward Huff
whom he kept hiding out in mental institutions and the Father James Tor-
quato whom he sent to Rome while federal court papers had Torquato's
name mentioned throughout them.  Wuerl's artificial pose did not occur
until three simultaneous indictments of three Pittsburgh priests occured
under Wuerl's watch, coupled with a DA John Pettit's public accusation
that Wuerl's diocese performed uncooperative conduct with police inves-
tigators.

Keep in mind that there was no criminal investigation of Wolk, Zula,
and Pucci until an attorney friend-of-the-family of the two young play
toys reported the matter to the police.  The attorney did not do so until
after Wuerl visited the family. Despite visiting the family, Wuerl still
refused to report Wolk, Zula, and Pucci to the police, as was required
in the Child Protective Services Act.  Now you can see more clearly
that everything about Wuerl is either an outright lie and or sleight of
hand deception.

In addition, Wuerl only went to the home of the traumatized family af-
ter their parish pastor was told by them that they were going to report
the three molester priests to law enforcement authorities.  The pastor
then informed Wuerl.

Do not be deceived.  Ann Rodgers made it sound as if Wuerl were a
strict disciplinarian who ousted Hoehl, as soon as he learned of him.
No, Wuerl placed Hoehl into chaplaincy ministry, as he did with Huff.
Wuerl did NOT read Hoehl the riot act until Wolk, Zula, and Pucci
were criminally indicted.  Then, Hoehl became a hot potato.  Wuerl
got rid of Hoehl, so that Wuerl would not get into trouble.  There was
no loving and caring bishop involved.  I tell you solemnly, Wuerl was
absolutely vicious and heartless while in Pittsburgh.  He was the per-
sonification of lies and retaliation.

As a  review, so that it will be clearly understood:

Now, Pgh Post Gazette reporter Ann Rodgers claimed that Wuerl had
an epiphany while visiting the traumatized family and then became the
"model of zero tolerance" thereafter.  This claim is easily proven false
by the fact that District Attorney John Pettit publicly announced that
Wuerl's then Diocese of Pittsburgh did NOT provide the cooperation
that the district attorney sought during the criminal investigation.  It
was a criminal investigation which didn't commence until someone
other than Wuerl notified the police.

If Donald Wuerl were the model of zero tolerance, he would have been
the one who reported Wolk, Zula, and Pucci.  Plus, Wuerl would NOT
have allowed the 'foot dragging' that a Western Pennsylvanian DA said
was being committed by Wuerl's diocese.  Neither would Wuerl have
reinstated Hoehl and Huff.  That which was told to you by former
Post Gazette writer, Ann Rodgers, and FoxNews are proven false-
hoods.

June 16, 2015

Cardinal Wuerl: Started out in the mode of Cardinal Bernard Law and was never man enough to admit it.

The notorious Fr. John S. Hoehl giving me my diploma many moons ago.
Donald Wuerl did reassign him to ministry (hospital chaplaincy work), after
former Pittsburgh bishop, Anthony Bevilacqua, put him on the sidelines. I heard
the rumors about Hoehl, and in looking back, there were a few indications thereof. 

There was a time when Cardinal Wuerl operated in a mode of conduct that 
would become synonymous with the way of Boston's Cardinal Bernad Law.
In fact, the original handling of lone wolf molester, John Hoehl, proved this 
to be true.  The 1992 to 1994 saga involving  Fr. Edward Huff,  also proved
 this to be true.   

Wuerl's original way of handling sex abuse cases was to position a molester 
priest toward non-parish ministry, if and only if a psychiatric facility would 
give that priest a favorable prognosis.  In as much, Richard Zula wasn't be-
ing positioned back into any form of ministry, on account of his sadistic acts.   
The same could not be said for Wolk, Pucci, the Edward Huff whom Wuerl 
placed in chaplaincy minister, and the John Hoehl to whom Wuerl did the
same ... even though Anthony Bevilacqua, Wuerl's predecessor, suspended
Hoehl and had him go on administrative leave.

Assigning a priest to non-parish duties places such a priest one step away

from parish ministry.   Whether Wuerl would have eventually placing back
into ministry priests who abused minors will be unknown only because he
was shut down before the opportunity to do so presented itself.  The simul-
taneous indictments of Wolk, Zula, and Pucci shut down's Wuerl's way of
handling sex abuse cases, at least for a short while.  They prompted him to
immediately oust from ministry the John S. Hoehl whom he reassigned four
months prior.  However, priests who did wrong to youths over the age of
eighteen have been kept in ministry by Wuerl. 

Then came the Father Edward Huff case, where a third complaint against
the priest finally put Wuerl on the spot, thereby shutting down his opportun-
ity to do anything more than take Huff out of ministry and shuttle him back
to a St Louis psychiatric facility from whence he came.  By all indications,
Wuerl was on his way to becoming a bishop in the image and likeness of
Bernard Cardinal Law.   In fact, the Huff cover-up shows that Wuerl was
still toying with law enforcement authorities even after having been in law
enforcement's spotlight four years prior.

One thing is certain.  Wuerl has proven his willingness to reassign to parish

ministry the type of priest who commits physically invasive homosexual ha-
rassment and then engages in retaliatory conduct upon being reported for the
conduct.  As was previously mentioned, such a priest was a personal secre-
tary of Donald Wuerl.   What was not yet mentioned is that Wuerl assigned
that priest to the pastor's post of St Basil's Parish, in Carrick, Pennsylvania. 
The assignment was effective January 1, 2004.

Add to this the credible allegations against one Father Donald Sotak who
was accused of attacking a youth over the age of 18, to the point of alleged-
ly knocking the young man unconscious, while the youth allegedly resisted
Sotak's alleged advances.

The Diocese Denied Any Wrongdoing,
as History Was Revised Years Later

Concerning his triple cover-up, Wuerl publicly denied that his diocese stone-

walled the investigation of the Pittsburgh diocese's molestation clique.  How-
ever, he didn't deny that he materially concealed a trio of abusive priests from
law enforcement authorities.  He simply denied that those actions constituted
cover-ups.   For example, it was after Fr. Robbert Wolk was charged by Alle-
gheny County authorities, Wuerl made the following statement:  "We can't
condemn him and throw him out and away."  
Wuerl also stated, "It is not
covering up to embrace a man who is suffering, just as we will not walk
away from the family."

Wuerl claimed that it is not covering-up to hide a priest in either a psychia-

tric facility or at a relative's home, all the while telling no one how danger-
ous he is.  It's not covering up, according to Wuerl, to treat the criminal as
the suffering victim.  

Incidentally, when it came time to process the indictment of Richard Zula,
his whereabouts were unknown.  Wuerl's diocese was not keeping track
of him.  The official diocesan spokesman, as well as the Allegheny County
DA, claimed that the Diocese of Pittsburgh had no obligation to notify Child
Youth Services about any molester priests, as was prescribed in the Child
Protective Services Act.   

In direct contrast was James A. Esler, the head of the human service section
of Allegheny County's Law Department.  He stated that there was no question
in his mind that the Diocese of Pittsburgh had the obligation to report priests
who molest youths.   Today, it's understood that anyone who learned of a mo-
lester has the obligation to report him, for the sake of those who would other-
wise become future sex abuse casualties.

Wuerl Sought to Change the Subject and Have Catholics Ignore It

Wuerl completed a four page letter addressed to every Pittsburgh diocesan

member, two weeks after Robert Wolk's October 11 indictment.  While tak-
ing zero blame for the cover-up, Wuerl tried to persuade each reader to ig-
nore the indictment and to place the attention one other things.  Then, seven-
teen days after the release date of Wuerl's change-the-subject letter, Wolk,
Zula, and Pucci were indicted in Washington County.  The following link
reported on the letter:

Newspaper Article that Reported on Wuerl's Change-the-subject Letter

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Revisionist History Made Wuerl Look
Like a Hero in his Own Triple Cover-up

A number of the 2002, 2003, 2004+ news articles which mentioned Wuerl's
triple cover-up explained it so poorly that it constituted fiction.   At times, the
cover-up was explained with slight of hand deception, while at other times it
was explained with blatant falsehood.   Some of the articles went as far as to
claim that Wuerl was a stern yet discrete hero in handling of the three molest-
er priests.   In fact, of all the news outlets who alluded to Wuerl's triple cover-
up in revisionist terms, CBS was the one who lied the most.  The Pittsburgh
Post Gazette came in second place.

CBS made it look as if  Wuerl suspended those three priests immed
iately af-
ter having learned of their perversity and then went swiftly to the  home of the
molested altar boys, as a gesture of compassionate concern.   He didn't.  Other
21st Century articles made it look as if Wuerl quickly went to the home of the
molested altar boys, as if to be on a fact finding mission, only to gain the reali-
zation that he had to oust the three priests immediately thereafter.   This, too, 
was a lie.   Other articles stated that Wuerl discretely suspended three priests,
as if he had reviewed a filing cabinet of diocesan priest dossiers and then de-
cided to cut three unrelated players from a team roster.  Needless to say, this
didn't happen, either.   In fact, Wuerl was not the one who suspended those
priests.

Moreover, in 1988, Wuerl deceived the public by stating that he visited the

victimized family after he "became bishop in February."   The wording of
Wuerl's claim made a reasonably minded person assume that he diligently
visited the family in the month of February, the first month of his tenure in
Pittsburgh.  No such visitation by Wuerl or any other Pittsburgh diocesan
member occurred that February, that March, that April, May, June, July, or
even August.  The following is what actually happened:

Bevilacqua suspended the priests during the Autumn of 1987.  Wuerl then re-

placed Bevilacqua in February 1988.   He kept his distance from the family
of the two sex abuse casualties and did no more than see to it that the two
molested youths would continue to have their psychiatric sessions free of
charge.   The criminal priests would stay on sick leave, spending some time
in a psychiatric facility, while living under the radar of law enforcement.

From the view of the logical mind, the venues of the abusive priests were

likened to resorts and hideouts.  It were as if they would get away with what
they did and be able to snag other sexual prey down the road.   This triggered
within the family of the sex abuse casualties the resolve to go to the police and
sue the diocese.   This resolve occurred in the vicinity of September.  In fact,
the October 13, 1988 edition of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette explained it in the
following manner:

    "...they were worried that the priests might try to molest someone else."

In the October 21st edition of the same Post Gazette, at the City/Area Section,

on Page A-4, it was reported that the family decided to go to the law enforce-
ment authorities when they discovered that at least one member of the molester
trio "were not in an institution on a daily basis."

The pastor of the family's parish, John Arnott, informed Wuerl what the fam-

ily decided to do.  In response, Wuerl asked Arnott to see if a meeting with
the family could be arranged.  It was then and only then when Wuerl closed
the distance and went to the victimized family's home.  The reasonable per-
son would deduce this to be the act  of a self-seeking Wuerl, attempting to
persuade a family into changing its mind about reporting criminal priests to
the police.  This would be consistent with a bishop wanting to perpetuate an
ongoing cover-up. 

Now, Wuerl's visit to the home of sex abuse casualties was in September. 
The family filed its notice of intent to sue at the end of that month, in Alle-
gheny County Common Pleas Court.  For those unfamiliar, Allegheny is 
the county were Pittsburgh is located.