Well, this is just bizarre…
First, what kind of mother would allow her ten-year-old to have a Facebook page? Second, what kind of mother would invite a total stranger to dinner? Third, what kind of people would file a suit about something they have no proof ever happened? Fourth, since the girl assumedly had her clothes on at dinner, any pictures that he may have taken were not pornographic (if he did take photos, that makes him a creep, but not a criminal). Fifth, if they saw him using his cell phone under the table, why didn’t they confront him, at least for rudeness? Sixth, if they thought he was at least a weirdo, why did they bring their girl to be with him again? Seventh, the alleged “pain of mind and body” and “loss of enjoyment of life” strains credulity.
First: Irresponsible mothers. That kind of mother. Is he seriously oblivious to the fact that so many kids - 10 and under - do have Facebook pages?
Second: An irresponsible mother. Again, that’s “born yesterday” material.
Third: Someone with financial motives. Ya think?
Fourth. Has he never seen “Basic Instinct”? (I hope that’s not a spoiler)
Fifth: Because he’s a priest.
Sixth: Because he’s a priest.
Seventh: The alleged “pain of mind and body” and “loss of enjoyment” does not strain credulity - it’s very real pain for a child.
Please tell me I’m not the only one who’s scratching his head at this Catholic League press release. We don’t need this guy defending us.