Some day he will be vindicated

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It’s been an interesting 10 or elven days.  No, I have not been out of circulation at all – still keeping busy writing, and on the phone, and doing a lot of thinking.  Those who know me have heard me say time and again that I don’t write easily.  I don’t.  I envy those who sit down and everything flows.  For me, it’s a bit of a hair -pulling struggle.  As you know some days back I was settling in to write about Father Joe LeClair ‘s days in court.  I had to set it that aside when other things cane up which I had to deal with then and there.  Then I’d get back to writing and pondering.   Obviously it’s not done :(  I will get it together as soon as I can.  Ditto a few details about the Father Rene Labelle trial which I really do want to pass along.

And, yes, then came word of the new charges against former Cornwall School teacher Marc Lalonde.

Those who have taken the time to read The Marcel Lalonde investigation will get a very small taste of the Cornwall debacle.  I found myself wading through testimony and documents and Justice Glaude’s final report to, as they say in court,  “refresh” my memory.  And all the dirt and the dirty details come rushing back.

What a tangled web.

All I can say right now is that some day, some day Perry Dunlop will be properly and  publicly vindicated.

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I have mentioned problems with the website recently.  Well, my webhost is upgrading a lot of equipment.  This has been going on for the past few weeks and explains some . Tomorrow (Sunday) my hosting account will be moved to a new server.  The move should apparently go relatively smoothly but as always there is a possibility there may be glitches for about a week.  There may also be some issues with emails.

Please let me know of you encounter problems – I will only know that you are having trouble if you let me know.

Part of this transition will continue a few months from now.  At that time whatever is going to happen will probably have a negative impact on the old website (www.theinquiry.ca) .  The software developer for that website software abandoned ship a few years ago which meant I could no longer access the site.  Now it sounds as though it may not be able to exist!  And that means I will have to sort out how to copy all of that info.

I’ve known in the past it would probably come to this.  Every time it crossed my mind  I perished the thought.  Now it’s coming up to crunch time and will have to act.  So, that’s another bit of the pondering of the past week or so.  What is the simplest way to accomplish a rather monumental task ?

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I am in the process of adding another name to the list.  I won;t have it done this evening – perhaps tomorrow evening?

Enough for now,

Sylvia

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2 Responses to Some day he will be vindicated

  1. Leona says:

    I had wanted to comment on the U.N. Report page in regards to yesterday’s article in the Irish Independent “UN names church for what it is: a rogue state”, but I wasn’t able to, Sylvia. I had had similar discomfort with the report as you, but this article was helpful in putting things in to perspective.

    • Sylvia says:

      I opened the page Leona. Thanks for letting me know. This is happening to a lot of pages – the ability to comment is closed, and I didn’t do the closing :) I think there will be more of this throughout the week. Please everyone let me know when a comment thread is closed. I will open it as soon as I know.

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