May 28, 2022

The Body Sore Allegation that adds to the farcical nature of the Cipolla Case: Sores are too painful for any priest to molest anyone.

Preliminary Note, in response to yet another publicly posted defamation against me:

I do not and have not made any money on any of my writings, except for one time, in                          the Winter of 2014.  In that one-time instance, one woman gave Mike Ference $100                              in charity dollars, to give to me, due to the fact that I was on my way to Florida and                       needed gasoline dollars.  Thus, I'm swindling NO ONE in my writings.  My writings                            were a public service that instructs the ignorant and warns people of certain wolves                     amongst them.  So, if you join in the most recent defamatory claim against me, ex-                               pect to be served with a summons to appear in court (w/ pertinent paperwork, too) ... 

... if you are known to be "a financially recoverable person," concerning court awards                         and out of court settlements.  The last time I filed a lawsuit, an United States marshal                     served the defendants the paperwork.   So,  if you see a marshal in a windbreaker at                             your door, in the near future ... ... ...

A recoverable person is one who has money that attorneys can acquisition, in the                             event of a court award or an out of court settlement.  It's super easy for me to prove                             that I am in no way swindling the Catholic faithful or anyone else for money.  After                            all, in order to be a swindler, you need to be in possession of money.   Plus, in order                               to swindle, you have to keep on writing.  Well,  I posted nothing on any of my sites                               in 2021, very very little in 2020, and very little in 2019.   So, where's the swindling?

Now remember, when a whistleblower comes forth, and when the wrongdoers cannot                           debunk the whistleblower's findings, the wrongdoers simply attack the whistleblower's                        character ... and even dox him/her.  And yes, I was doxxed by . . . "you-know-whom."                             Previously, in less than one year's length of time, I had to get the authorities to delete                        SEVEN of her blogs which were solely dedicated to defaming me.  Talk about an ob-                           sessed psychopath.

And concerning the typical psychopath's absence of empathy for the suffering of                                  others, she publicly called me a sissy priss (in vulgar linguistics), on account of my                             asthma condition which was described on medical documentation, by a board certi-                            fied pulmonary specialist to be "LIFE THREATENING." 

Thousands of people die from asthma in the US yearly, and far more die of asthma                   worldwide.  Interesting how a feeble, 70+ year old hag can act like such a beat-em-up                  Charles Bronson tough guy, mocking those who physically suffer on occasion after oc-                   casion after occasion.  The Hateful Hag from Hell.  Monthy Python's Black Knight, 2.0.

To all men, women, & youths of good will & who have the time, let's proceed ==> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

The 1978 accuser of Anthony Cipolla told a certain individual that her son, the young                          Tucker (aka Tommy), alleged the following ====> that Cipolla had sores all over his                          body, while he was allegedly consummating unnatural lust with Tucker.   Got it?  Ci-                       polla was made out to be a grotesque monster, thereby adding to the theatrical sensa-                       tionalism of the story which I previously covered in detail, years ago.  At this point,                        Ladies & Gentlemen, what is ridiculously wrong with this picture?

ANS:  Find me one person who has sores all over his body and who does NOT
cringe and seethe in pain while making contact with another person's body.  In
addition, Cipolla was a young man at the time, only in his thirties; and he wasn't
living in the sewers.  Neither was he bedridden to the point of getting bed sores.

Do you really believe that Cipolla had sores all over his body in the 1970s?  They                                 would have been on his face, arms, and hands, too.  This means that there would                                      have been numerous witnesses to this allegation.  This destroyed the credibility of                               the 1978 accuser of Cipolla.

However, her credibility can assuredly be regarded as additionally destroyed, in her                              having claimed in print that I was Anthony Cipolla in disguise, operating a child mo-                     lestation ring.  For the record, Cipolla died SIX years ago, and his ghost is NOT typ-                            ing this text.   Liars always get found-out.  Their believers become proven fools.

BTW,  I NEVER Stated Such an Assertion as Follows

At this point, I need to remind you that I NEVER confidently claimed that Cipolla                                 was "not guilty" of committing molestation in 1978.  I NEVER assuredly stated                                  that he was guilty, either.  I simply stated in detail that the horror story of a DA                            bullying the 1978 accuser/mother into dropping criminal charges that were NOT                               even filed in the first place was a complete lie that contradicted all the processes                                    of Pennsylvania Criminal Procedure, as well as forensic investigation protocol.          

Very simply, reasonable doubt exists squared & cubed in this 1978 case which                                  never resulted in an arrest, and which never resulted in a trial.

My point was to show that Donald Wuerl was using the hyper-exagerrated Cipol-                                  la Case to hide Wuerl's many molester priest cover-ups ... and to deceive the public                            into thinking that Wuerl was a man of untold Bravery & Holiness.  Well, the 2018                        Pennsylvania grand jury findings proved that I was correct in warning the public                                that Wuerl was a deceitful Con Artist & Cover-up Artist ::: The Picasso of Deceit.

Furthermore, if Cipolla's friends smashed her apartment windows as she theatrical-                                ly claimed, her landlord would have bellowed at high volume.  The police would                               have intervened, and the whole thing would have been front page news.  It would                                 be an archived newspaper article easy to locate on the Internet.  This is especially                               true, because, earlier in 1978, the Pittsburgh police already arrested a  defrocked                             priest, for immoral actions with minor males.                                                                                        

News of a second priest being indicted for molestation would have made the front                           pages in 1978.  Smashed windows resulting from a priest's friends retaliating would                           have been the story of the week.  So, go and search for a 1978 news article reporting                           the smashing of windows shortly after a priest's arrest which never occurred in the                             first place.

And remember ===>  I DIDN'T trust Cipolla.   I simply could not catch him con-                      tradicting himself.   Then, I would discover that the post-arrest allegations were                                    completely false, being that there was no arrest.   I previously heard Tim Bendig                                    lie to me four times in a matter of minutes over the telephone, making me con-                                 clude that Bendig was a con artist.   So, when it comes to the actual molestation                                allegations themselves, I don't know whom to believe.  I simply know that Wuerl                                  made the Cipolla Case sound iconic, so that Wuerl would be rocketed into very                               undeserved stardom.

 None the less, I remain suspicious of the late Anthoy Cipolla.  I couldn't find the                               evidence to assure his guilt.  There was reasonable doubt in the 1978 case.  And                                  there was a lot of doubt in the Bendig case, being that Bendig was a proven liar.                               Even at that, you don't know for sure.  It's just that there was no evidence to war-                                  rant a noose around Cipolla's neck at high noon, especially in light of the fact that                                 his accusers were caught lying about him, repeatedly.

All in all, Wuerl needed to shut down and declare closed the Cipolla Case, lest more                       investigators and detectives prod through the Diocese of Pittsburgh and undercover                               the cover-ups that Wuerl still had in tact.  Wuerl used the Cipolla Case as a diversion,                            so that the Pittsburgh Post Gazette would state, "Nothing more to see here, folks.                                   Move on."

The Vatican Case Was a Jurisdictional Matter                                                                                which did NOT judge if Cipolla molested anyone.                                                                             

The Wuerl/Cipolla Case found its way to the highest court in the Holy See, and it                                  asked only one question, giving one answer to that question.  The question was                                        this ===>  Does a bishop have the authority to dismiss a priest from ministry, if                                     the priest was diagnosed as having mental illness?  Got it?   This is what really                                      happened at the Vatican:

Tim Bendig was an absolute failure at the Pittsburgh seminary, and he had the                                     lack of civility, as well.   So, he was asked to leave in 1988.  He then asked the                                diocese for money.  The diocese refused to give Bendig money.  Then, Bendig                                   proceeded to accuse a number of priests of sodomy and the such.

Concerning Cipolla, Bendig accused Cipolla of having molested him for years,                                   while Cipolla was stationed in New Brighton PA.   New Brighton is 25 miles                                northwest of Pittsburgh, along the Ohio River.

Wuerl understood the accusations to be that of a con artist.  So, Wuerl ignored                                Bendig.   Then, in October of 1988,  Frs Wolk, Zula, and Pucci were indicted                                         at a neighboring county where the Diocese of Pittsburgh operates.  Immediate-                                      ly thereafter, Bendig went to the media and claimed that he was molested, too.                                      Only then did Wuerl order Cipolla to go to a psychiatric treatment center.

At the center, Cipolla said to an analyst that a man's life isn't worth living if he                                  can't do the vocation work he was ordained to do (to the effect thereof.)  So, the                            analyst diagnosed Cipolla as being suicidal & suffering from Clinical Depression.                           Wuerl then used that diagnosis to remove Cipolla.

Cipolla then filed against Wuerl in Catholic Church court.  Cipolla went to an-                                   other treatment center (in NYC) and got a clean bill of health, at his financial                              expense.  Wuerl refused to accept the diagnosis.   The Vatican then ordered                                     Wuerl to reinstate Cipolla.  Wuerl then got a rehearing, under the guise of                                           "the possibility that the facts of the case were erroneous."

So, there was a second hearing at the highest court of the Vatican, with Cipolla                                     not being present.  It was simply declared that Wuerl had the right to remove a                                       priest declared mentally ill, even if the priest gets a second opinion which is                                  contrary to the original diagnosis.

That which actually happened in the Bendig Civil Lawsuit, filed in the                              Pennsylvania Court of Commons Pleas and NOT at the Vatican, was this:

Tim Bendig's lawyer, (who was the attorney for the local masons), didn't have
anything on Cipolla that could stick.  Thus, Attorney Douglas Yauger was so                                desperate for evidence against Anthony Cipolla that he motioned the court for                                         a continuance, so that he could find more witnesses.  Yauger found none more                                   than the 1978 mom who accused Cipolla of molestation.

Interestingly, concerning the out of court settlement and the lack of a trial, Yauger                             simply told someone in the media that the 1978 accuser was located by him (with-                              out him mentioning her name.)   About her, he merely said that he "would like to                               have used her" (as a trial witness) for whatever it was worth.  So, Yauger had no                             option other than to make a big deal out of one sore on Cipolla's arm.

Yauger made such a big deal of it that John Conte's assistant lawyer coached                                       one of the Cipolla witnesses to say at his deposition (in the Bendig lawsuit)                                           that the one sore on Cipolla's arm came from a spider bite.  And of course,                                              that was deceitful.

Now, how would the witness have known how Cipolla got that one sore?  This                          particular witness was NOT a medical professional who treated Cipolla.  Plus,                                 because of that lawyer coaching that one witness, the witness being coached
assumed that Cipolla was as guilty as sin. 

That one witness then decided to do some investigating on his own, he said.
Well, all that he did was talk to Diane Thompson.  He did NOT seek to fact-
check anything she said, and he was so gullible that he believed her tale of
Cipolla having sores all over his body.  To this day,  he didn't sit back and
take note of the failure of plausibility in anything that Thompson claimed.
He didn't catch all of Thompson's contradictions.  This is why the circus
master, P.T. Barnum once said, "There's one born every minute."

Concerning that one sore, what was Yauger trying to do in mentioning it?
ANS:  He, in my opinion, wanted the jury to think that Cipolla might have
had AIDS.  That one sore might portray an infected sexual maniac, and
cause the jury to be suspicious of Cipolla, in the trial of the civil lawsuit                                                 filed by Bendig.   Well, it has been 30 years since the discovery phase of                                               the Bendig lawsuit, and neither Bendig nor Cipolla manifested any signs                                                of AIDS.

This obsession with one mere sore on an arm showed how desperate Ben-                                          dig's attorney was, in the quest to find any evidence in support of his client.                                        And remember, Bendig lied to me four times in a row in a row in a matter of                                  minutes.


Also remember that Thompson did NOT accuse Cipolla of any wrongdoing                                         until Cipolla told her that the Saint Vincent de Paul Society did NOT have the                                money to pay Diane Thompson's rent.

Concerning the Tim Bendig who lied to me four times in a row.  Proof that he                                     was a con artist consists in the fact that he took his lawsuit settlement dollars                                       and purchased a bar & grill with it, never spending it on psychiatric services                                          as he claimed he would do.

Concerning that which Cippolla said to me, I never believed nor disbelieved                                      him, being that I need someone to do some cross examining.  It's just that I                                          did NOT catch Cipolla contradicting himself.  Yet, that is NOT enough for                                           me to publicly state, "not guilty" in the 1978 molestation allegations.  None                                          the less, the falsehoods told by the accusing party was beyond ridiculous.                                             So, the question is this ===>  Was the accusing party embellishing, or was                                               the accusing party outright lying about everything?

Now watch . . .

Then came another witness who spent time in Michigan with Cipolla and Tim                                       Bendig simultaeously.  He said that nothing suspicious between the two ever                               happened, as well as having stated that Anthony Cipolla never tried to molest                                   him.   Well, that particular witness said that he was NEVER coached by any                                   lawyer on John Conte's staff.  He was to be one of the trial witnesses, of course.

For those unaware, John Conte was Cipolla's defense attorney in the Bendig                                        lawsuit.  He charged Cipolla  $25,000 for his law firm's services.  That lawyer                                    was my neighbor for years.  I even went to Canada, on vacation, with John's
son.  I went to the same schools as did his children.  I knew the Conte family                                        for years ... for decades.


One more thing:  Why would Attorney John Conte's assistant act as if Cipolla were
guilty?  ANS:  It was because the Pittsburgh Post Gazette stated that Cipolla was ar-
rested for molestation back in 1978, and because Americans did NOT have ready
access to newspaper archives at that time.  If you go to the Post Gazette archives,
you will find that, in 1978, Cipolla was NEVER arrested.  He was merely served
a SUMMARY NOTICE which instructed him to show-up for a hearing 28 days

The actual detective assigned to the Cipolla case told Josh Shapiro's PA grand jury                                that Cipolla was NEVER charged/indicted/arrested.  He simply said that he told the                              accuser mother of 1978 that, if Cipolla would do any kind of molesting from that                                 point onward, then he would be arrested pronto.  That was a stupid thing to say, be-                              ing that, from July 1978 onward, there was no way in which Cipolla would be able                                to get near those two youths.

None the less, my intent, in addressing the Cipolla case, was to show the public                                   that Donald Wuerl is a con artist of great deceit who covered up molester priests,                                  all the while pretending to be the great disciplinarian of them.                               

Also keep in mind that Cipolla tried to get a job teaching home-schooled children                             after he was suspended from ministry by Wuerl ... and that Cipolla only did that                                   one time, making someone ask, "Hey wait.  If he's a molester, then why wouldn't                                  he keep trying to get a job teaching home-schooled kids."

Incidentally, this home-schooling incident is why I continued to have my doubts                              about Cipolla.  None the less, there were too many lies told about the Cipolla Case,                            especially the lie about a DA forcing a woman to "drop charges" that were never                                 filed in the place, and when the DA could have instantly drop them on his own.                           Incidentally, before I learned of the details of the case, I believed that Cipolla                                      was as guilty as sin.                                        

                                                     In review:

The Summary Notice was only signed by Diane Thompson, meaning that neith-
er the police nor the DA nor the State Attorneys General office had any evidence
against Cipolla to warrant prosecution of him.  The DA's office needed to sign it.                            

Thompson was taking it upon herself to be the prosecutor of the case, but needed                                 the City Court judge's approval for her to proceed, in her private criminal com-                               plaint.  Thompson withdrew her private criminal complaint before the hearing.

According to Cipolla, after the judge told him that Thompson dropped the case, the
same judge said, "Watch you who you try to help."  And of course, simply from what
Thompson wrote about me ...a person who simultaneously carried three security clear-                       ances and who lived 900 miles away from  ...  she is a pathological liar.  John Conte                        called her an "adroit liar."

She alleged that Tucker (aka Tommy, now in his 40s) is dysfunctional and that the
loss of functionality was caused by Cipolla.  She also stated that she is raising two                         teenagers, both of whom are Tucker's children.  

Concerning any out of court settlement in these cases, it simply means that neither                                  culpability nor innocence is declared.  A person paying a settlement does NOT ad-                              mit to guilt.  It's simply a payment, to end contentious proceedings.  That is to say,                            truth is NOT ascertained in an out of court settlement.

And keep this in mind ====>  If a diocese refuses to give an accuser an out of court                  settlement, that diocese could be the target of investigators.  So, settlements get paid,                            to keep the authorities and private investigators, as well as journalists, from digging                        deeper.  Plus, if the price of the settlement is less than the cost of defending the de-                        fendant, expect a settlement to come as a result of mathematics.