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Legal Threats Cast Serious Doubts about SSPX Leadership

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Legal Threats Cast Serious Doubts about SSPX Leadership

Post  otremer6 on Mon May 02, 2011 10:44 am

From the latest GB district newsletter:

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IGNIS ARDENS

The Ignis Ardens website states that 'it is a Taditionalist Catholic forum with a pro-SSPX bias... but that 'this forum's support for SSPX is not to be taken as evidence of the SSPX's support for this forum.'

The latter part of this statement is certainly true with regard to Ignis Ardens' involvement to date in a campaign which undermines the authority of the Society's General House.

I refer to the section entitled 'Krahgate,' which, under the cover of anonymity, raises serious allegations against Menzingen's lawyer, Maximilian Krah, and, by extension, against the Superior General himself.

Whilst this file, which apparently originated elsewhere, was recently removed at the initiative of the Ignis Ardens moderator, the damage caused will be much more difficult to repair given the public nature of the internet and the propensity for calumny and detraction to spread.

In this regard Bishop Fellay does not exclude having recourse to judicial process, and this should serve a warning to those who think they can commit public slander via the internet with impunity.

Father Paul Morgan.

http://z10.invisionfree.com/Ignis_Ardens/index.php?showtopic=7195

http://eponymousflower.blogspot.com/2011/05/society-of-st-pius-x-threatens-legal.html

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