1 thought on “March 20 – Bishop Gavin Ashenden’s Article

  1. brian m cave

    the complainant asked for anonymity of name and gender. the ‘church’ agreed.
    where the Archbishop speaks of ‘Carol’ he, in fact, means any other name might be right but NOT ‘Carol’.
    where the Archbishop speaks of a ‘woman’ or a ‘girl’ he, in fact, means any other gender might be right but NOT ‘woman’ or ‘girl’.
    Ooops, he’s given the gender away! the complainant is ‘male’ – a ‘man’ or ‘boy’.
    Hitchens, the ‘newspaperman’ complained months ago – ‘They won’t even tell us the gender of the complainant!’
    It’s there in the first Argus report if you look for it! A description from a boy is different from a description from a girl.
    No wonder Bishop’s Chaplain Carey never saw a ‘girl’ at the Palace!
    The difference is a material one when considering such a matter – at least when discussed in a court case. But when discussing procedures it seems less important – it becomes irrelevant! but it totally confuses a lot of comments! [if you suddenly start saying 1+1=3, then your Tax Return will get very difficult – same kind of thing]
    And in the third paragraph reference is made to ‘events taking place in the environs of his (Bishop Bell’s) house. Have you the correct venue? Evidence might put a question mark!
    Wrong building?
    A lot of ‘church comments’ are ‘smoke and mirrors’!
    [reference for my sanity – Lord Carlile.]

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