September 25, 2018

EWTN LIED, in having stated that Wuerl removed 18 of 19 priests.

Wuerl needs to stay in power, so that he can cut off the power link which
will end up revealing the evils he is still able to keep concealed.

It's elementary, Watson.  One needs to stay in power, so that he can
continue covering up as much of his dark deeds and omissions as he
can.  If Wuerl walks away from power, then wooooosh. Things that
Wuerl have been trying to keep concealed get revealed.   His evil be-
comes magnified.  Thus, Wuerl's clinging to power is another ele-
ment of his mode of cover-up.  He is covering up his own sins.

The only response to Donald Wuerl's ongoing deceit is BOYCOTT
and IGNORE.  Act as if he doesn't exist.  In as much, this is the same
response needed for Wuerl's pit-bull and ringer, Dollar Bill Donohue.
Donohue does nothing for the salvation of anyone.  He's a brawler
who drives people away from the Church, all the while impressing
no one.

For the record, the reason why the Vatican II Church's higher-ups
have been concealing the crimes and tort offenses of the disgraced
Theodore McCarrick was for ---

--- MONEY, MONEY, MONEY.

McCarrick was an effective fund-raiser.  In fact, world class molest-
er Marcial Maciel Degollado, despite his many felonies, was such a
great fund raiser that the Vatican II Church went out of its way to
protect him from the accountability due to a serial molester.  None
the less, Maciel threw money at the Vatican in a fashion called by
Maciel as "Polite Bribery."

Back to the Donald Wuerl:

At this point, keep in mind that the pseudo-Catholic, impostor-Catholic
media outlets continue to lie for Wuerl, in making it appear that Wuerl
only covered-up one priest.  EWTN, for example, spit the face of every-
one harmed by Cardinal Wuerl in falsely claiming that he removed 18
of 19 priests.  Let's go through Wuerl's track record one more time:
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1) Robert Wolk was a cover-up of Wuerl.  Wuerl in no way reported
Wolk to law enforcement authorities.  In fact, Wuerl's predecessor,
Anthony Bevilaqua was the one to put Wolk on administrative leave.
Wuerl did what he could to keep the police from knowing about Wolk. 
Of all the priests whom Wuerl was concealing from law enforcement
authorities, Wolk was the first one to get indicted.  Wolk was an assis-
tant dean of the South Hills Deanery, thereby making his indictment
notably alarming.

2) Richard "Sade" Zula.  Wuerl did NOT report Zula to law enforce-
ments authorities, either.  Even after Zula got convicted, Wuerl had a
health care professional write to prison authorities, stating that Zula
was a passive player in his sadism --- that he was tempted by the two
lads he was known to have violated.  Zula then got released from pri-
son earlier than expected.  Wuerl also deliberated on giving Zula a
six-figure lump sum retirement package.

3) Francis Pucci.  Wuerl conveniently had Pucci stay at a Maryland
psychiatric facility, and such a thing freed Pucci from criminal pro-
secution.  Pucci's criminal indictment was dismissed, on account of
the statute of limitations expiring before any Pennsylvania law en-
forcement officer could fingerprint Pucci.  Wuerl then let Pucci be
the chaplain of a province of sisters in the Pittsburgh area, after the
disgrace of Pucci.

4) George Zirwas.  Wuerl let Zirwas operate in Pittsburgh, even
though Zirwas was reported to Wuerl's administrators in 1991.

Wuerl then let Zirwas go to Florida in 1995 and next to Cuba for
the rest of his life, while being on the Pittsburgh diocesan payroll.
However, George Zirwas's life was cut short in Cuba, when a male
prostitute injected him with an animal tranquilizer, in the neck.

Before this, however, Zirwas wrote to Wuerl and mentioned that
he was aware of criminal activity being committed by priests in
Pittsburgh and that he needed a raise in his subsidy stipend, in
order for him to stay silent.  In the end, Zirwas sent a letter to
Wuerl, officially stating that he (Zirwas) had NO knowledge
of any criminal conduct occurring in Pittsburgh by any of its
priests.  Wuerl then sent Zirwas a bonus.

5) Ernest Paone.  This is the cover-up which makes anyone think
to himself, "You've gotta be kidding."  It was a 41 year cover-up
of multiple bishops which traces back to the middle 1960s.  As
far as concerns Wuerl's complicity, he greenlighted Paone's trans-
fer to California, and Wuerl as amicably approved Paone's trans-
fer to Nevada.  Wuerl also did not mention to any insurance car-
rier that Paone was attached to multiple molestation accusations
and was therefore a liability risk for any insurance provider.

6) John S. Hoehl.  Hoehl was a high school headmaster who was
placed on administrative leave by Wuerl's predecessor, Anthony
Bevilacqua.  In fact, I was present in a dining hall, when John
Hoehl returned from an Ontario psychiatric facility and gave an
update on his state to everyone present.  I was sitting at Hoehl's
table, assuming that he had a nervous breakdown and was sent
to Ontario for that reason.

Well, shortly after Wuerl became in charge of the Roman Catholic
Diocese of Pittsburgh, he reinstated Hoehl, giving him a hospital
chaplaincy post.  This was done the same year when Wolk, Zula,
and Pucci were indicted.  This was the same year when Wuerl
visited the family molested by the criminal priest trio.

Ann Rodgers-Melnick claimed that the visit caused Wuerl to be-
come a Zero Tolerance Crusader, due to an enlightening epiphany
that Rodgers claimed Wuerl to have experienced.  Proof that this
was a lie consisted in the fact that Wuerl kept Hoehl reinstated,
and only removed him immediately after Wolk was indicted.

If Wuerl had an enlightenment, he would have quickly removed
Hoehl.  In addition, Wuerl never reported Hoehl to the police.
Now, Hoehl made his way to West Virginia and got a position
counseling youth there.  Wuerl never notified anyone in West
Virginia about Hoehl's sexual predator habit.  Thus, Hoehl was
a cover-up of Wuerl and NOT a removal by Wuerl.  Therefore,
the staff of EWTN's news shows should be fired ... literally.

7) William O'Malley.  He was stationed at the northern tip of
the Diocese of Pittsburgh, in Butler County.  Donald Wuerl
kept O'Malley on the payroll with an administrative post.
Then, ten years after Donald Wuerl learned of the accusa-
tions against O'Malley, Wuerl accepted O'Malley's resigna-
tion.   This ten year lapse in time did NOT constitute the re-
moval of a priest.  The tenth year was simply the retirement
of a priest.

During that ten years, Wuerl said nothing.  In fact, Wuerl lent
O'Malley $38,000 to take care of a debt accrued while O'Malley
was not keeping his hands off of male minors.  Then, three years
after O'Malley's retirement, Wuerl finally reported him.

It took Donald Wuerl 13 years to report O'Malley, and the year in
which Wuerl reported him, namely 2006, was the year when Wuerl
shuffled off to Washington DC, outside of Pennsylvania jurisdiction.

 8) Edward Huff.  This was Wuerl's ping-pong cover-up.  Wuerl
sent Huff to a St. Louis psychiatric facility, and then brought him
back to Pittsburgh, reinstating him.  Huff was then sent back to
St. Louis, followed by him being brought back to Pittsburgh.

Like Hoehl, Huff was given a hospital chaplaincy post by Wuerl.
Then, when Huff was reorted for the THIRD time, Donald Wuerl
shuffled him yet again to St. Louis, finally reporting Huff.  Huff
did get indicted and convicted.
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Is this enough of a example for you?  If not, there is the matter
of John Wellinger, Krawczyk, & the Fr. James Torquato whose
sexual aggression was a series of tort offenses, being that his ta-
rget was over the age of 18.  However, Torquato's retaliations
got to the point of endangerment, and in Torquato was compli-
cit in the filing of a fraudulent police report ... in lying to the
police.

There is also the matter of Br. Ghastin, Br. Hartmann, Fr. LeDoux,
etc.  Br. Hartmann ended up in the Australian criminal court sys-
tem, and LeDoux was attached to out of court settlements at
Widener University.

Concerning Krawczyk, if Wuerl would have removed him as
Wuerl should have done, then Billy Gaines would still be alive.

Once again, Wuerl is obviously ... apparently ... clinging to power,
so that he will have the power to keep concealed dark sins of com-
mission and omission that have not yet been verified in any con-
vincing degree.  Of course, in order for Wuerl to keep his evils
concealed, Wuerl needs to abuse his power.
Apparently, there is more hide-and-go-seek to play, with cover-up artist Wuerl.