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My New Proposal to Holy Cross

This is an excerpt from my new proposal to Holy Cross.   It is written this way because Fr. Boroughs likes to distort words that are used in plain English.   I decided to help him out by putting definitions in the … Continue reading

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A New Proposal

A week ago I withdrew the last proposal I gave to the college to work this out.   I have witnessed that Fr. Boroughs likes to distort things I say.   It’s very disappointing to experience his retaliation and distortions.   It is … Continue reading

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Holy Cross Can Never Plead Poverty: Part 2

I mentioned this earlier but thought it’s a good time to raise this again.   Because fairness requires that Holy Cross do what it can do, and there is no doubt Holy Cross can do it, here is what I proposed … Continue reading

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Holy Cross Can Never Plead Poverty

Yesterday an alum of Holy Cross donated $25,000,000 to the college for arts programming. When I was working on a proposal for Holy Cross to resolve the eleven years of severe breaches of confidentiality (after a history of earlier mistreatment … Continue reading

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Take it or Leave it

Back when I first contacted Fr. McFarland about the sexual abuse, and he invited me to meet with him, he apologized over and over and over and over, and kept asking and asking how the college can help.   He said … Continue reading

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What I Asked Holy Cross to Do

Just thought I’d explain what I asked Holy Cross to do, the main things: 1.  Cover part of the medical advice related to PTSD and job loss. 2.  Cover the expenses of this long ordeal. 3.  Pay a “community fine” … Continue reading

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