Jesuits West just released their list of 111 priests credibly accused of sex crimes against children:
See Nomochomo's post: https://voat.co/v/pizzagate/2901202
Well, I looked through the names on the list (pdf link!) and did a little cross referencing.
First, I noticed a pattern of priests starting out teaching in urban high schools in major cities prior to the dates of reported sexual abuse. In most of the cases, though the years of abuse coincide with posts in Alaska, or other podunk locales. Mostly Alaska.
While it is plausible that it took years of CP viewing and grooming kids before these pedos became confident enough to actually commit rape, it's somewhat hard to believe that these criminals only acted out once they got to the hinterlands. Perhaps wealthier, urban families of victims were more reluctant to report or didn't believe their kids?
Or, maybe this is a controlled release of information. In any case, the pattern is intereting.
I also noticed that compared to California and Oregon, there were very, very few mentions of Seattle area Jesuit high schools -- only one, really: Seattle Prep/Matteo Ricci. Which had 17 of the 111 over the years: Mark Falvey, Joseph Balfey, Francis Burris, Robert Corrigal, Francis Duffy, Harold Ernsdorff, John Fox, Harold Greif, Bernard Harris, James Hurley, John Hurley, Gordon Keys, David King, Edmund Robinson, Charles Saalfeld, John Coughlin, and Gary Ulenkhott.
Under the premise that pizzagate is largely an effort to gain control of people in power through the leverage of child rape, I decided to look up notable Seattle Prep alumni to see what might be found. Low and behold, there is a link to a questionable firing of a US Attorney John McKay by the Bush Administration:
McKay was appointed United States Attorney by President George W. Bush in October 2001. He had received a positive evaluation seven months before he was dismissed. Among his noteworthy achievements the successful prosecution of terrorist Ahmed Ressam. Deputy Attorney General James B. Comey gave McKay the additional responsibility of overseeing a pilot program for a computer system (called Law Enforcement Information Exchange) for his success he earned the United States Navy's highest civilian honor.
The Seattle Times noted in February 2007, "One of the most persistent rumors in Seattle legal circles is that the Justice Department forced McKay, a Republican, to resign to appease Washington State Republicans angry over the 2004 governor's race. Some believe McKay's dismissal was retribution for his failure to convene a federal grand jury to investigate allegations of voter fraud in the race."
Was McKay a victim of pedophiles at Seattle Prep -- and that history used as leverage to get him to stand down on voter fraud investigation?
We need more digging here!