(Post moved to top of blog from Dec 2010 due to its continued relevance)
Bishops had "a formal,
top-secret plan, to be called 'The Project' to minimize financial loss. It would be funded by the NCCB and composed
of various crisis management teams. All
fees would be paid by a trial lawyer to prevent victims' attorneys from obtaining
hard level evidence that the Project existed."
We need to go back through our own history to figure out what really happened in the pedophile priest discovery. Read this article from September 1995 issue of "The Missing Link," quarterly publication of the Link Up survivor organization, remember them? They rose from grass roots, and THRIVED until founder Tom Economus died and all the files disappeared. Note section about The Project...
The underlined stuff here is from when I first read it in 1995.
We will scan the entire collection of Missing Links here st City of Angels 8 in January 2011, as PippiLeaks will continue.
And as for Christmas, soon we will not have to hear Little Drummer Boy again for at least eight months.
Re Missing Link collection below: Email editor Jay Nelson of Albuquerque at firstname.lastname@example.org CLICK IMAGES to enlarge
Thursday, May 29, 2014
Saturday, February 26, 2011
With this last issue of Missing Link, we have scanned the entire collection from editor Jay Nelson, scanned here at CofA8 in late 2010. Click images to enlarge or print.
In the Fall 1998 issue Tom Economus writes, "How My Healing from Clergy Sex Abuse Gave Me Strength to Fight Colon Cancer." Eerily, the unexpected death of Economus is Page One news in this edition, which also editorializes that Linkup will thrive without its charismatic director. However, The Linkup, grass roots organization for pedophile priest victims, disbanded soon after release of this Summer 2002 issue.
-Posted by Kay Ebeling, who will now make like a Chesire Cat and disappear for a while...