In the past week or so allies of RYAN MC ALEER (maybe Mc Aleer himself) have been placing comments on the Blog seeking to undermine any alleged victim of McAleer.
They aimed at one young man in particular and suggested he was “not right” in various ways and keeping information from his parents and family
In my opinion, this was McAleer and his clerical friends attacking a victim!
###### I asked them to email me their case.
Surprise! Surprise! No email came!
That’s how the RCC and its apparatchiks deal with victims. They literally try and run them off the road.
RYAN MC ALEER’S REPUTATION
Ryan Mc Aleer has a longstanding reputation among the clergy for heavy drinking, an unhealthy interest in other substances and for being inappropriate (at least) with young men.
I do not know how many young men have fallen foul of him.
I can only speak with confidence about the young man I have been in touch with.
He claims to have met Mc A in the Dungannon are and was invited back to the presbytery.
There Mc A came on to him and the young man did not want to go there. Mc A went ahead and during the incident the young man suffed a significant physical injury.
The young man went on to report this to Eamon Martin and tge diocesan safeguarding person Aidan Gordon.
The young man says that Eamon Martin told him he believed his story.
The young man later went to the police. The PSNI took a statement and on the basis of it interviewed Mc A.
Currently the case remains open but stands as one man’s word against another.
WAS MC ALEER PREVIOUSLY A VICTIM?
The Blog has heard of how Ryan Mc Aleer may have had his cherry popped in Rome.
Fr Emlyn Mc Ginn was mentioned in this regard.
There is a lot of information in clerical circles about the promiscuous homosexuality among Armagh priests, seminarians and former seminarians.
Armagh priests, seminarians and former seminarians are like the two gay ghosts….they spend the nights putting the willie’s up each other.
It appears that Armagh is a clerical cess pit and the Dame Amy is happy to preside over it all.
What a horrible situation.
But our Number One priority should always, always, be to listen to and help victims.