Perry Dunlop’s “Story” – Part 1

The following is the text of Constable Perry Dunlop’s Will State. The will state, also referred to as a will say, is the former police officer’s personal account of events in Cornwall, Ontario from September 1993 when he first learned … Continue reading

Few secrets at Project Truth Inquiry

Judge denies another priest publication ban, but more legal wrangling ahead Ottawa Sun Online 28 November 2006 By Canadian Press CORNWALL — Another priest has lost his battle to keep his identity secret at a public inquiry probing the institutional … Continue reading

Judge delays verdict in priest case

Canoe News Friday, November 02, 2001 By BRIAN DALY– Canadian Press MONTREAL (CP) — A judge agreed to delay his verdict Friday in the sexual-assault trial of a Roman Catholic priest accused of molesting a 13-year-old boy in the 1960s. … Continue reading

Naming Names

Naming Names By Dick Nadeau (R.I.P) [The following is a small excerpt of Dick’s “Naming Names” which gives a little history of the Classical College, the names of three Viatorian priests who were sexually abusing young boys, and connections between … Continue reading

The Sean Adams/Father Kevin Maloney connection

John MacDonald testimony  regarding The Sean Adams/Father Kevin Maloney connection and timelines of events The sparks began to fly from certain quarters when John MacDonald’s testimony touched on the involvement of his childhood friend and lawyer Sean Adams with Father … Continue reading

Where the money goes

Where the money goes The first section of the chart is excerpts from the Ministry of the Attorney General payments figures as listed in the Ontario Ministry of Finance Public Accounts.  (If you scroll or do a search in the … Continue reading

Johnson: Don Johnson

Don Johnson   Don Johnson was called to the Ontario bar 22 March 1968.   He served first as acting  Crown attorney and then Crown attorney in Cornwall Ontario from 1972 – 1991.  He now works as a defence lawyer .  Don … Continue reading