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Fr. Duverger's eyelashes?
Some of CM's reporting has facts to back up their assertions. And that's fine. Present the facts; ask the questions; see where they lead. If someone's committed a crime bring criminal charges. Hold those accountable who are proved to be guilty by solid evidence not by rumor, hearsay, and innuendo.
How much of CM's "reporting" is based on hearsay and wild accusations? How much comes from questionable "witnesses" who appear to be part of the "me too" generation of women like Christine Blasey-Ford and Anita Hill. CM has a history of reporting half truths and suppressing information to skew their accusations to look more credible and put the accused in the worst light possible. (See Matt Gaspar's article about the Fr. McLucas case which shows irresponsible reporting on the part of CM and indicates either incompetence or serious bias.)The challenge in dealing with CM is to separate the truth from the embellished fairy tales. Or, as last Saturday's gospel reading says, separating the wheat from the weeds. There appear to be plenty of weeds growing in the CM studio.