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New Attorney for Hero-Bishop Williamson
The Eponymous Flower ^
Posted on 12/10/2010 12:56:07 AM PST by 0beron
On the telephone Bishop Williamson asked his new attorney if he would want to take the case and if he's really Catholic. Martyr Bishop Richard Williamson
(kreuz.net)Pius-Bishop Richard Williamson has a new attorney.
This is according to the Online-edition of the newspaper 'Heilbronner Stimme".
Bishop Williamson's case will be taken up by defense attorney Norbert Wingerter (72). The attorney is five times a father and works half days in his office still.
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TOPICS: Current Events; Ecumenism; History; Religion & Politics
KEYWORDS: germany; holocaust; holocaustdenial; liberalism; neonazi; williamson
posted on 12/10/2010 12:56:15 AM PST
I read the article and I still don’t know what the bishop is accused of.
posted on 12/10/2010 1:28:41 AM PST
He [Wingerter] has already successfully defended two other Holocaust cases before the Federal Courts.
Williamson is a martyr because he is antisemitic and a Holocaust denier?!
posted on 12/10/2010 1:29:29 AM PST
Williamson is a self-serving former Anglican (not a bad thing these days) who wormed his way into power by insinuating that Society of St. Pius X were up to no good.
Am I biased against him? You betcha, I had to deal with him. He stole my church from me. By their fruits, shall you know them.
Martyr? No way!
posted on 12/10/2010 2:32:07 AM PST
(Rules of engagement #1: Take no prisoners)
Williamson is no martyr. He is a vicious, nasty piece of work.
posted on 12/10/2010 4:10:47 AM PST
I'd like to ask Williamson if he's really Catholic. From where I sit, not much. Real Catholics obey Peter's successor.
posted on 12/10/2010 8:10:00 AM PST
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