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Partner James Anelli said he's bringing a "full-service group" to Philadelphia-based White and Williams to serve clients in New Jersey, New York and beyond.
      

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          Woman's death in Licking County considered suspicious      Cache   Translate Page      

LICKING COUNTY, Ohio - The Licking County Sheriff's Office is investigating a suspicious death.

Licking County Sheriff Randy Thorp said deputies were called to the 5400 block of Licking Trails Road in the southern part of the county around 10 p.m. Monday.

Thorp said 30-year-old Sydney Bryson, of Newark, was found dead.

The Licking County coroner's office did not find any evidence of trauma, according to Thorp.

Toxicology results could take several weeks.

Detectives are conducting interviews, Thorp said.

Anyone with information is asked to call detective Mike Collins at 740-670-5530.


          Eurowings Adds Newark-Düsseldorf Service      Cache   Translate Page      
Eurowings announced the start of non-stop service from Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey to Düsseldorf, Germany, to complement its current service from New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport. The new flight will operate every day except Tuesdays. The flight will leave Newark at 4:50 p.m. local time and arrive in Düsseldorf the following day at 6:05 a.m. Return flights depart Düsseldorf at 11:45 a.m. and arrive in Newark at ...
          Eurowings replaces Lufthansa between Düsseldorf and Newark      Cache   Translate Page      

Eurowings begins operations between Düsseldorf and New York Newark, adding to its existing JFK link. Eurowings commenced operations on its latest transatlantic route on 1 December, with the carrier taking over from Lufthansa on the 6,035-kilometre link between Düsseldorf (DUS) and New York Newark (EWR). It should be noted that the low-cost unit is no stranger to the […]

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          All-Business Class La Compagnie Adds Nice To Transatlantic Network      Cache   Translate Page      
French all-business class transatlantic airline La Compagnie will begin operating seasonal flights between Nice and New York-Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) from May 5, 2019.

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          American Minute for December 5th      Cache   Translate Page      
When Evangelist George Whitefield began preaching the Great Awakening Revival in Philadelphia in 1739, he inspired the idea that the city should have a school for Blacks and poor orphans. A short-lived Charity School was formed, but it struggled for lack of funds. It was purchased by Ben Franklin in 1749 who expanded it into a secondary school for boys called the Academy of Philadelphia, opening in 1751. In 1754, it expanded again as the College of Philadelphia, later being renamed the University of Pennsylvania. 21 members of the Continental Congress graduated from there. 9 of the signers of the Declaration of Independence were either trustees or alumni from there. A statue of Evangelist George Whitefield is located in University of Pennsylvania's Dormitory Quadrangle. A student at the College of Philadelphia was Hugh Williamson, born DECEMBER 5, 1735. He was in the college's first class to graduate, May 17, 1757. Five days later, his father died. While Williamson had been a student, he instructed younger students at the Academy of Philadelphia in English and Latin. Another person who taught at the Academy of Philadelphia was Charles Thomson, who became the Secretary of Congress, signed the Declaration, designed the Great Seal of the United States, and signed Congress' authorization for Robert Aitken to print the Bible. Upon retiring from Congress, Charles Thomson spent 19 years compiling the "Thomson Bible" (printed in 1808), which contained the first American translation of the Greek Septuagint. Hugh Williamson, at age 24, decided to go into the ministry as a Presbyterian preacher. John Neal recorded of Hugh Williamson in the Trinity College Historical Society Papers (NY: AMS Press, 1915): "In 1759 he went to Connecticut, where he pursued his theological studies and was licensed to preach. After returning from Connecticut, he was admitted to membership in the Presbytery of Philadelphia (the oldest in America) ... (and there) preached nearly two years." Hugh Williamson visited and prayed for the sick, and gave sermons, until a chronic chest weakness convinced him he had to pursue a career that did not involve public speaking. He was also disaffected by the theological debates that grew out of the Great Awakening Revival--between the "Old Lights" and the "New Lights", between the church leaders who were rigid and orthodox in their teachings, and the younger "New Lights" who were zealous and evangelical. In 1760, Williamson joined the faculty at his alma mater, the College of Philadelphia, where he was professor of mathematics. After four years, Williamson traveled to Europe to study medicine. He received a degree from the prestigious University of Utrecht in the Netherlands. After graduation, Dr. Hugh Williamson practiced medicine in Philadelphia. In 1773, Williamson sailed for England to raise funds for Newark Academy, but stopped along the way in Boston, where he witnessed the Boston Tea Party. Upon reaching London, the Privy Council summoned him to testify on the rebellious actions in America. When the Privy Council began to discuss how to punish Boston for the Tea Party, Dr. Hugh Williamson warned them that continuing their high taxes would provoke the colonies into rebellion. He argued further that Americans should be entitled to full rights as Englishmen. An American statesman in London who heard Williamson's patriotic answers to the Privy Council was Ben Franklin--founder of the school Williamson graduated from and taught at. Returning to America in 1777, Dr. Hugh Williamson distinguished himself during the Revolutionary War as a Surgeon General caring for wounded North Carolina troops. In 1780, Dr. Williamson was attached to the command of Brigadier General Isaac Gregory. General Isaac Gregory adopted the tactics of South Carolina's Francis Marion, nicknamed "Swamp Fox"--who would launch surprise attacks on British forces then retreat into inhospitable lands. General Gregory stationed his troops in the Great Dismal Swamp--over 100,000 acres of dangerous wetlands between southeast Virginia and North Carolina Dr. Williamson's insistence on sanitation, diet and preventive medicine kept the troops virtually disease free during their six months there. After the War, in 1782, North Carolina elected Dr. Williamson as a representative to Congress. North Carolina's 1776 Constitution that was in effect at the time stated in ARTICLE 32: "That no person, who shall deny the being of God or the truth of t he Protestant religion, or the Divine authority either of the Old or New Testaments, or who shall hold religious principles incompatible with the freedom and safety of the State, shall be capable of holding any office or place of trust or profit in the civil department within this State." ("Protestant" was changed to "Christian" in 1835, then changed in 1868 to belief in "Almighty God.") While in Congress, Dr. Williamson helped write the Northwest Territory laws. He was part of the committee that proposed a clause, though it was later struck, for: "... reserving the central section of every township for the maintenance of public schools and the section immediately to the northward for the support of religion." The final version of the Northwest Ordinance, July 13, 1787, included: "Sec. 13. And, for extending the fundamental principles of civil and religious liberty, which form the basis whereon these republics, their laws and constitutions are erected ..." "Art. 1. No person, demeaning himself in a peaceable and orderly manner, shall ever be molested on account of his mode of worship or religious sentiments, in the said territory ..." "Art. 3. Religion, morality, and knowledge, being necessary to good government and the happiness of mankind, schools and the means of education shall forever be encouraged. The utmost good faith shall always be observed towards the Indians; their lands and property shall never be taken from them without their consent ..." "Art. 6. There shall be neither slavery nor involuntary servitude in the said territory." From May 25 to September 17, 1787, Dr. Hugh Williamson was a delegate to the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia where he helped write the U.S. Constitution, lodging at the same residence as James Madison and Alexander Hamilton. Williamson signed the Constitution, then helped convinced North Carolina to ratify it. Thomas Jefferson related of Dr. Williamson's reputation at the Constitutional Convention: "He was a useful member, of an acute mind, attentive to business, and of an high degree of erudition." Dr. Hugh Williamson later became wealthy through investments and land speculations, and wrote extensively for medical and literary societies, winning international acclaim. He participated with Ben Franklin in conducting electrical experiments. In 1811, Dr. Hugh Williamson wrote a respected book, Observations of the Climate in Different Parts of America, in which he refuted "higher criticism" of Scripture and gave scientific explanation for the credibility of stories in the Bible, such as Noah's flood and the events of Moses' exodus. Dr. Hugh Williamson served as one of the original trustees of the University of North Carolina. Dying May 22, 1819, Dr. Hugh Williamson is buried at Trinity Church, in New York City. In addition to Hugh Williamson, other pastors served in America's government: Rev. John Witherspoon (1723-1794) was a Scottish Presbyterian pastor and President of Princeton who was a delegate to the Continental Congress where he signed the Declaration of Independence. Rev. John Peter Muhlenberg (1746-1807) was a Lutheran pastor in Virginia who became a major general during the Revolutionary War, a U.S. Congressman and a U.S. Senator. Rev. Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg (1750-1801) was a Lutheran pastor in New York who was elected a U.S. Congressman and was the First Speaker of the House, signing the Bill of Rights. Rev. Abiel Foster (1735-1806) served as pastor in Canterbury, New Hampshire, a delegate to the Continental Congress, the New Hampshire Legislature and a U.S. Congressman. Rev. Benjamin Contee (1755-1815) was an Episcopal pastor in Maryland who served as an officer in the Revolutionary War, a delegate to the Confederation Congress, and a U.S. Congressman. Rev. Abraham Baldwin (1754-1807) served as a minister at Yale, a chaplain in the Revolutionary War, a delegate from Georgia to the Continental Congress, a U.S. Congressman and a U.S. Senator. He is the founding president of the University of Georgia. Rev. Paine Wingate (1739-1838) was a pastor in Hampton Falls, New Hampshire, who served as a delegate to the Continental Congress, a U.S. Congressman and a U.S. Senator. Rev. Joseph Montgomery (1733-1794) was a Presbyterian pastor in New Castle, Delaware. Married to a sister of Dr. Benjamin Rush, he served as a chaplain in the Revolutionary War with Colonel Smallwood's Maryland Regiment. He was elected a delegate from Pennsylvania to the Continental Congress, a judge, and a representative in the State Assembly. Rev. James Manning (1738-1791) was a Baptist pastor in Rhode Island who was the first President of Brown University where, during the Revolutionary War, he allowed General Rochambeau's French troops to camp on the campus grounds. He was elected a delegate to Congress. John Joachim Zubly (1724-1781) was a Presbyterian pastor in Georgia who was a delegate to the Continental Congress. President Calvin Coolidge stated at the 150th Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, Philadelphia, July 5, 1926: "The principles ... which went into the Declaration of Independence ... are found in ... the sermons ... of the early colonial clergy who were earnestly undertaking to instruct their congregations in the great mystery of how to live. They preached equality because they believed in the fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of man. They justified freedom by the text that we are all created in the divine image ... Placing every man on a plane where he acknowledged no superiors, where no one possessed any right to rule over him, he must inevitably choose his own rulers through a system of self-government ..." Coolidge concluded: "In order that they might have freedom to express these thoughts and opportunity to put them into action, whole congregations WITH THEIR PASTORS migrated to the Colonies."
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          Moving Company Newark brings forth a new professional dimension in relocation process      Cache   Translate Page      
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          NYC Volunteers Prepare to Offer Moral Support to Migrants on the Border       Cache   Translate Page      

Sierra Chandler is a student at Rutgers Law school in Newark. At 26-years-old, she said she's too young to remember the Civil Rights movement. But she was reminded of it when she heard U.S. authorities used tear gas on migrants rushing toward the border last month.

"You grow up hearing those stories and you think, 'in that moment would I be the person who buses down to the Jim Crow South to defend people?,'" she asked.

For her, the answer is yes. Which is why she joined about 50 people attending a class on Saturday morning organized by the New Sanctuary Coalition for those who want to assist migrants at the border. In a classroom at NYU Law School, lawyers and immigration activists spoke about how asylum works, and what role volunteers will play if they choose to work on the Mexican side of the border — where migrants are waiting in long lines to be processed by Customs and Border Protection (CPB).

"If you're an asshole to a CBP officer, the CBP officer will take it out on your friend,"warned Sara Gozalo, of New Sanctuary Coalition, which refers to immigrants as "friends."

New Sanctuary leaders emphasized their goal is not to make waves but to accompany asylum-seekers at a difficult juncture and to add more humanity to the process. They are also not allowed to provide legal assistance.

"If someone says to you, for example, 'is this a good asylum claim?' You should say we're going to have a lawyer review all the information," attorney Nathan Yaffe told the morning class.

Those on the Mexican side, in Tijuana, will work at a pro se legal clinic run by New Sanctuary. They'll talk to the migrants and write down their information so lawyers can offer them advice on the asylum process, such as what type of visa they may qualify for. They'll also educate migrants about their rights. But the migrants will be representing themselves.

The Department of Homeland Security has warned that it's against the law to coach an individual on a false immigration claim. But Ravi Ragbir, executive director of the New Sanctuary Coalition, said that's not an issue.

"We don't need to do that, the story's horrible," he said, referring to people fleeing violence and killings in Central America. He said it's up to border agents to decide whether their fears are credible enough to remain in the U.S. until an immigration judge makes the final decision.

However, as an immigrant rights advocate said he disagreed with an asylum law that doesn't allow people into the country if they're escaping solely for economic reasons.

"If your child is crying because they don't have something to eat, what would you do?," he asked.

Volunteers are also gathering in San Diego to help those who cross get wherever they're going. Ragbir said they'll be housed in churches on both sides of the border. By housing them, he said, that means "sleeping bags on the grounds, in the sanctuary, in the assembly halls."

Faith leaders from New Sanctuary and other groups have already started visiting the border, before gearing up for a wave of volunteers expected to arrive in mid-December. Some even officiated a few weddings.

Douglas Concha said he'll be among that first wave of volunteers going to San Diego this week to set things up. The 39-year-old army veteran is the child of Colombian immigrants. He said he joined the protests at Standing Rock two years ago, against the Dakota Access Pipeline, and he's worried about the situation at the border.

"With the teargassing thing the other day, there is a genuine concern with me that the situation could escalate like at Standing Rock into violence that would only harm the migrants more than anyone."

Concha said he can spare three or four weeks away from his work at a nonprofit. But 51 year-old Kelly Smith said she can only go for a week in January. For her, she says, it's about bearing witness.

"I don't speak Spanish, I have a lot of limitations," she said, adding that if she's just there to be a friendly face that will be enough.


          Nearly $1.7 million worth of counterfeit Nike sneakers seized      Cache   Translate Page      
The shipment had arrived to the Port of New York and Newark from China, and were on their way to California.
          Newark NJ Ballroom Dancing Competition For Seniors & College Students Announced      Cache   Translate Page      
The first U.S. ballroom dance amateur competitive event under the Freedom to Dance Banner has been announced in Newark, NJ. All dancers are welcome, any age any level.
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          Act Fast: Business Class Round-Trip Between New York and Nice, France for $1,200      Cache   Translate Page      
As we’ve seen with United’s new year-round service between San Francisco (SFO) and Tahiti (PPT), there’s a surefire way to make an entrance into a market: low prices. Even if you’ve never heard of La Compagnie, the business class-only airline that so far only shuttles passengers between New York/Newark (EWR) and Paris (ORY), you may …
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          Celtic Woman: Ancient Land at New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark – presale code      Cache   Translate Page      

The latest Celtic Woman: Ancient Land pre-sale passcode is now on our site. While this limited time presale offer exists, you can order Celtic Woman: Ancient Land show tickets before they go on sale! Celtic Woman: Ancient Land presale code Now is the best time to buy your tickets – before they go onsale and sell out! Order your tickets as quickly as you can to see Celtic Woman: Ancient Land in Newark!!
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          La Compagnie expands to Nice with a smart fleet play      Cache   Translate Page      

Growth is coming to the all-biz Transatlantic market, somewhat unexpectedly. La Compagnie is launching seasonal non-stop service between Newark and the South of France this summer.

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          HPRB actions: 1634 North Capitol Street NW       Cache   Translate Page      


From:HistoricWashington@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Wednesday, December 5, 2018 9:27 AM
To: HistoricWashington@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [HistoricWashington] HPRB ACTIONS - November 15 and November 29, 2018

This document and others related to the November 15, November 29 HPRB meeting are posted on the HPO website at:  https://planning.dc.gov/node/1365236.

Archived video of both meeting dates  are accessible on the web at:  https://planning.dc.gov/node/905322.

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HPRB ACTIONS
November 15 and 29, 2018 

NOVEMBER 15 AGENDA 
Present: Marnique Heath, Chair; Andrew Aurbach, Thomas Brokaw, Brian Crane, Linda Greene, Sandra Jowers-Barber, Gretchen Pfaehler.  Absent:  Outerbridge Horsey, Chris Landis. 

FOGGY BOTTOM HISTORIC DISTRICT
2507 I Street NW, HPA 19-040, concept/three-story rear addition.             [deferred at request of the ANC]
LANDMARK DESIGNATION HEARING
Wardman Park Annex (amendment), 2600/2660 Woodley Road NW, Case 17-10.
The Board approved an amendment to the 1979 landmark nomination to include the lobby interior and entrance piers.  The Board also adopted design guidelines for the lobby.  Vote: 6-0.


SAINT ELIZABETHS HOSPITAL HISTORIC DISTRICT
2700 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue SE, HPA 19-036, expand a parking lot.
The Board recommended in favor of reconstructing the parking as completed, with the understanding that it would be temporary and with the encouragement of additional planting.  Vote: 5-1.        

CAPITOL HILL HISTORIC DISTRICT
710 E Street SE, HPA 18-612, concept/three-story rear addition.
The Board found the general concept to be compatible with the historic district, with the exception of the fourth-floor penthouse, and asked that the applicant respond to the HPO report and Board comments and return to the Board to present revisions. Vote: 7-0  

CAPITOL HILL HISTORIC DISTRICT
712 5th Street SE, HPA 19-038, permit/third floor and rear addition. 
The Board found the concept to be compatible with the historic district and delegated further review to HPO with the following modifications: (A) that the rooftop addition be set-back as to be invisible from 5th Street; (B) that the applicant work with HPO to regularize the massing and fenestration pattern at the additions.  Vote: 7-0

U STREET HISTORIC DISTRICT                                
1717 11th Street NW, HPA 18-673, concept/request for property to be determined non-contributing. 
The Board reaffirmed the listing of the building in the National Register nomination for the U Street Historic District as a contributing building, as the structure adds to the district’s sense of time and place and historical development and shares the historic architectural qualities for which the district is significant. Vote: 7-0

 NOVEMBER 29 AGENDA  
Present: Marnique Heath, Chair; Andrew Aurbach, Thomas Brokaw, Brian Crane, Outerbridge Horsey, Chris Landis and Gretchen Pfaehler.  Absent:  Linda Greene, Sandra Jowers-Barber. 

CLEVELAND PARK HISTORIC DISTRICT
3300 Newark Street NW, HPA 18-534, revised concept/rear addition [continuation of October 4th hearing]. 
The Board considered and gave great weight to the resolution of the ANC asking that the proposed addition be pulled back an additional four feet but found that the revisions presented by the applicant were sufficient to respect the ravine and to be compatible with the character of the Cleveland Park Historic District, and delegate final approval to staff. Vote:  7-0.    

3219 Wisconsin Avenue NW, HPA 19-041, concept/relocate house on lot and construct six-story
addition. The Board found that moving the house to face Macomb Street would improve its setting and would be compatible with the character of the historic district but that the concept needs further development before resubmission to the Board.  Further study of the following was recommended: (1) retaining the full width of the front porch; (2) developing a preservation plan for the house with demolition limited to a level consistent with the preservation regulations; (3) increasing the separation between the house and new construction, with elimination of the connector element; (4) considering somewhat different design treatments on Macomb and Wisconsin, with reductions in the height and width and distribution of projecting bays could help reduce the height and scale of the building on Macomb and strengthen the building’s presence on Wisconsin; (5) eliminating areaways, (6) reducing the extent of glass for a higher proportion of masonry, and (7) considering how the design of the building could made more specific to its site and the historic district through the use of materials, color or other characteristics.  Vote:  7-0. 

HISTORIC LANDMARK/16TH STREET AND 14TH STREET HISTORIC DISTRICTS
Scottish Rite Temple, 1733 16th Street NW, HPA 18-668, concept/new construction, apartment building. 
The Board concurred with the resolution of the ANC and found the general concept for new construction and subdivision compatible with the landmark, the 16th Street and the 14th Street historic districts, but that the following work was needed to improve the proposal’s compatibility: (1) the floor-to-floor heights should be reduced on all levels, including the height of the penthouse; (2) the proportion of glazing was too high and the windows should be more residential in character; (3) the corner elements should be redesigned, with study of reducing the extent of glazing, improving the proportions of the projections, and pulling back the S Street corner element and its penthouse to open up views to and to provide a more deferential relationship to the temple; (4) there should be more variety overall in the building mass and height, and pulling the building forward to the building line and increasing the depth of the projections should be considered; (5) the intent of relating the color of cladding materials to the neighborhood is appropriate but the specific materials shown appear too dark; (6) the stair to the basement areaway should be relocated to the courtyard so that it is not visible from public street view; (7) portions of the building should come directly to the ground and for those portions with areaways, the landscape plan should be developed to screen the areaway and guardrails, and to provide the impression from the sidewalk that the building sits on a base surrounded by foundation plantings; (8) the new square windows in the alley building should be eliminated; and (9) a north-south through-block connection or park area and improved views of the back of the temple should be considered.  The project should return to the ANC and Board for further review when ready.  Vote:  7-0

BLOOMINGDALE HISTORIC DISTRICT
1634 North Capitol Street NW, HPA 18-556, revised concept/new construction. 
The Board found the revised concept to be improved in its compatibility with the Bloomingdale Historic District, and that the option that called for a setback for the southern portion of the fourth floor was found to be appropriate in deferring to the landmark firehouse.  The plans should continue to be developed to reduce the proportions of the top floor, reduce the height of the penthouse to 10 feet, and to refine the detailing, and the project should be resubmitted for the Board’s final review when ready.  The Board gave great weight to the resolution of the ANC that expressed concerns about the design but acknowledged that some of the changes made since the project was presented to the ANC appeared to address those concerns, and that the project could be reviewed again by the ANC prior to returning for final Board approval.  Vote:  5-0.  

CONSENT CALENDAR 
The Board approved the following on the Consent Calendar on November 15 by a vote of 5-0. 

CAPITOL HILL HISTORIC DISTRICT
423 4th Street SE, HPA 18-671, concept/three-story rear addition.

U STREET HISTORIC DISTRICT
1737 11th Street NW; HPA 19-042, concept/demolish garage; alter rear windows.

The Board approved the following on the Consent Calendar on November 29 by a vote of 7-0. 
WASHINGTON HEIGHTS HISTORIC DISTRICT
2009 18th Street NW, HPA 18-621, concept/one-story addition with central courtyard. 
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Transcripts of this Historic Preservation Review Board Meetings may be purchased from the court reporting agency that covered this hearing – Olender Reporting, Inc. (202) 898-1108, www.olenderreporting.com,or info@OlenderReporting.com. Copies of individual staff reports that are prepared in advance of the hearing are posted on our website at https://planning.dc.gov 



Bruce Yarnall • Historic Preservation Operations Manager
DC Office of Planning
1100 4th Street SW, Suite E650 • Washington, DC 20024
202.442.8835
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VIGANÒ. LE BUGIE SULLA DIVISIONE DELL’EREDITÀ CON SUO FRATELLO (E GLI ALTRI FRATELLI). MINACCE DI QUERELA. 


Un paio di settimane orsono era apparsa la notizia di un sentenza del Tribunale civile di Milano che ingiungeva all’arcivescovo Carlo Maria Viganò di pagare un milione e ottocentomila euro a uno dei suoi fratelli, Lorenzo, con cui da anni era in corso una querelle relativa all’eredità del patrimonio familiare. Qui sotto pubblichiamo, in italiano e in inglese, iil comunicato stampa emesso dai legali dell’arcivescovo, che fa totale chiarezza sulla questione finanziaria (che coinvolge, oltre all’arcivescovo e a suo fratello, altri fratelli e sorelle di casa Viganò) e sull’uso che l’arcivescovo ha voluto fare della sua parte di eredità (l’erezione di un seminario e di un Carmelo in Africa). 

È interessante però, da un punto di vista prettamente giornalistico, l’ultima voce del comunicato. In essa si annuncia la possibilità di querelare chi ha tentato di diffamare l’arcivescovo utilizzando lo strumento della causa in tribunale. In particolare alcuni siti sedicenti cattolici che hanno usato termini come “rubare”. Sarebbe veramente una cosa utile all’igiene dell’informazione se finalmente questi insultatori e diffamatori costanti fossero chiamati a rispondere davanti a un giudice, e di tasca loro, di questo genere di comportamenti.
Monastero Fiat Pax a Gitega, Burundi.
Comunicato Stampa.
In relazione alle recenti infondate notizie apparse su plurimi organi di stampa e in altri media, in ordine adun’asserita condanna per “truffa”, “furto” o sottrazione di denaro, in danno del fratello Don Lorenzo Viganò, Monsignor Carlo Maria Viganò precisa quanto segue:
  1. 1)  Il Tribunale di Milano, con sentenza n. 10359/2018 del 9 Ottobre 2018, ha ordinato a Mons. Viganò di pagare, a fronte di una domanda giudiziale di divisione di beni mobili e immobili e conguaglio dei reciproci rapporti in dare / avere con il fratello Don Lorenzo Viganò, l’importo capitale di circa Euro 1,8 milioni, a fronte di una richiesta iniziale di Don Lorenzo Viganò di quasi 40 milioni di Euro, cifra questa macroscopicamente irreale rispetto all’effettivo valore del beni dell’intera comunione fra i due fratelli;
  2. 2)  con la suddetta sentenza, che nessuna delle due parti ha impugnato e che è dunque passata in giudicato, il Tribunale di Milano ha rigettato tutte le altre domande proposte da Don Lorenzo Viganò, il quale iniziò la causa contro il fratello negandosi a qualsiasi mediazione da parte della famiglia.
  3. 3)  Mons. Viganò ha già spontaneamente saldato tutti gli importi statuiti dalla sentenza;
  4. 4)  Don Lorenzo Viganò, all’esito della sentenza, ha percepito sostanzialmente quanto avrebbe percepito se avesse accettato le proposte transattive formulate dal fratello, pro bono pacis, nel corsodel giudizio;
  5. 5)  Da oltre 10 anni Don Lorenzo Viganò ha sottoposto Mons. Viganò ad un assedio giudiziario e ad una campagna di vera e propria diffamazione a mezzo stampa, omettendo di informare i compiacenti giornalisti che il fronte da essi capitanato ha dovuto abbandonare od ha perso, sinora, tutte le oltre 10 cause civili, penali, amministrative proposte;
  6. 6)  Ciò nonostante, Mons. Viganò ha sempre subito in silenzio tali aggressioni, per evitare ulteriori strumentalizzazioni delle vicende giudiziarie familiari, che nulla hanno a che vedere con le altre note vicende “istituzionali” che lo hanno coinvolto;
  7. 7)  I beni mobili e immobili sono pervenuti ai due fratelli quale eredità indivisa dei genitori, i quali erano imprenditori nel campo industriale;
  8. 8)  Mons. Viganò ha destinato la maggior parte del suddetto patrimonio ad opere di carità e di religione, fra cui la costruzione di un Seminario in Nigeria ed un Carmelo in Burundi e continuerà a farlo.
  9. 9)  Quanto ai dolorosi rapporti personali con suo fratello, Mons. Viganò ama profondamente suo fratello Don Lorenzo e non smetterà mai di sperare e pregare che suo fratello abbia a rappacificarsi con lui e a riprendere con lui i rapporti, a cui si è unilateralmente, totalmente e improvvisamente negato fin dal novembre 2008, quando fuggì da Milano accusando il fratello Mons. Carlo Maria di volerlo sequestrare. Anche per questo motivo, pur avendone validi motivi, Mons. Viganò non ha impugnato la sentenza di primo grado, pur ritenendola, per molti versi, errata ed ingiusta.
  10. 10)  Mons. Viganò intende affidare ai propri legali di perseguire con querele penali ogni tentativo di diffamazione nei suoi confronti.

La targa della dedica ai genitori, a nome di Lorenzo e Carlo Maria Viganò
Press Release
In light of the recent unfounded news that appeared in multiple newspapers and other media outlets, regarding an alleged conviction for “fraud,” “theft” or misappropriation of funds, to the detriment of his brother Fr. Lorenzo Viganò, Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò states the following:
  1. 1)  The Court of Milan, by judgment no. 10359/2018 of October 9, 2018, ordered Archbishop Viganò to pay, in response to a judicial request for the division of assets and adjustment of their mutual debits and credit with his brother Fr. Lorenzo Viganò, the principal of approximately € 1.8 million againstan initial request from Fr. Lorenzo Viganò of almost € 40 million, a grossly unrealistic figure compared to the actual value of the entire joint ownership of property of the two brothers;
  2. 2)  With the above mentioned Court ruling, which neither of the two parties has appealed and which therefore has become final, the Court of Milan rejected all the other requests made by Fr. Lorenzo Viganò, who started the case against his brother, refusing any mediation from the family.
  3. 3)  Archbishop Viganò has already willingly paid entirely the amounts established by the judgment;
  4. 4)  Fr. Lorenzo Viganò, as a result of the judgment, received essentially what he would have received had he accepted the settlement proposals made by his brother, pro bono pacis, in the course of theproceedings;
  5. 5)  For over 10 years, Fr. Lorenzo Viganò has subjected Archbishop Viganò to a judicial siege and averitable defamation campaign in the press, while failing to inform complacent journalists that the accusations of Fr. Lorenzo Viganò have been abandoned or dismissed in the 10 civil, criminal, and administrative cases attempted to date.
  6. 6)  Nevertheless, Archbishop Viganò has always silently suffered such attacks in order to avoid furtherexploitation of the family’s legal affairs, which have nothing to do with the other well-known“institutional” affairs that he has become involved in;
  7. 7)  The assets came to the two brothers as the undivided inheritance of their parents, who were entrepreneurs in the industrial field;
  8. 8)  Archbishop Viganò has devoted most of this patrimony to works of charity and religion, including the construction of a Seminary in Nigeria and a Carmel in Burundi, and will continue to do so.
  9. 9)  As for the painful personal relationship with his brother, Archbishop Viganò deeply loves his brother Fr. Lorenzo and will never stop hoping and praying that his brother would make peace with him and resume relations with him, which he unilaterally, totally and suddenly spurned in November 2008, when he fled from Milan accusing his brother, Archbishop Carlo Maria, of wanting to kidnap him. This is also why, despite having valid reasons to do so, Archbishop Viganò did not appeal the judgement of the Court, even though he considers it, in many ways, wrong and unjust.
  10. 10)  Archbishop Viganò intends to entrust his lawyers with the task of prosecuting by means of lawsuits any attempt to defame him.



Marco Tosatti

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Oggi è il 99° giorno in cui il Pontefice regnante non ha, ancora, risposto.

“Quando ha saputo che McCarrick era un uomo perverso, un predatore omosessuale seriale?”

“È vero, o non è vero, che mons. Viganò lo ha avvertito il 23 giugno 2013?”

Joseph Fessio, sj: “Sia un uomo. Si alzi in piedi e risponda”.



Una serie di rapporti

A metà novembre, una serie di rapporti è apparsa sulla stampa internazionale in merito a una sentenza del 9 ottobre del Tribunale di Milano, che ordinava all'arcivescovo Viganò di pagare al fratello 1,8 milioni di euro di eredità più le spese legali.
I media italiani, dipingendo l'arcivescovo Viganò come disonesto, e mettendo in dubbio la credibilità della sua testimonianza di agosto, implicando papa Francesco nel coprire l'abuso sessuale di preti e seminaristi di Theodore McCarrick, hanno lanciato un assalto completo. 
Un'eccezione notevole è venuta dall'outlet italiano,  La Veritá  (la verità), secondo cui i media " usavano il caso perso da Viganò per screditare la sua testimonianza ". 
Nel frattempo, la stampa spagnola ha descritto l'arcivescovo Viganò come un milionario che "ha derubato il suo fratello disabile ".
Nei media inglesi, l'America Magazine gestita dai gesuiti raccolse i media italiani, dicendo che l'ex nunzio statunitense era stato costretto a rimborsare al fratello gli interessi di 2 milioni di dollari, " che aveva" illegalmente e illegittimamente "preso da lui per molti anni .”nel complesso, tuttavia, i titoli dei media di lingua inglese erano molto meno sensazionali, e concentrati sulla sentenza del tribunale che l'ex nunzio stati Uniti ha dovuto pagare il suo fratello in una disputa eredità.

Solo una coincidenza

La sentenza della corte del 9 ottobre è arrivata quasi nove anni dopo che il caso era stato inizialmente aperto dal fratello dell'arcivescovo Viganò, p. Lorenzo, un sacerdote della diocesi di Pavia che vive a Chicago. 
La decisione è arrivata anche poco più di sei settimane dopo che l'arcivescovo Viganò ha rilasciato la sua testimonianza iniziale di 11 pagine, e solo due giorni dopo il cardinale Marc Ouellet, prefetto della Congregazione per i vescovi, ha pubblicato una  lettera aperta del 7 ottobre  denunciando la bomba di 11 pagine come "Trama politica" contro il papa.
Meno di due settimane dopo, il 19 ottobre, l'arcivescovo Viganò ha rilasciato il suo terzo, e ciò che molti considerano la sua più forte  testimonianza , in risposta alla lettera del cardinale Ouellet. 
In esso, ha riaffermato le sue principali accuse, ha sostenuto che il cardinale Ouellet ha ammesso le importanti affermazioni che ha fatto e contestato le affermazioni che non ha fatto, e ha sfidato vigorosamente l'affermazione di Ouellet che il Vaticano era solo a conoscenza di "voci" riguardanti i misfatti di Theodore McCarrick. 
"La Santa Sede era consapevole di una varietà di fatti concreti, ed è in possesso di prove documentali", ha detto. Tale prova documentaria, ha detto, include le registrazioni dei risarcimenti versati dall'Arcidiocesi di Newark e dalla diocesi di Metuchen alle vittime di McCarrick; le lettere di p. Ramsey, dei nunzi Montalvo nel 2000 e Sambi nel 2006, del dott. Sipe nel 2008 e gli appunti dell'arcivescovo Viganò ai suoi superiori nella Segreteria di Stato ".
La coincidenza temporale tra le testimonianze dell'Arcivescovo Viganò e la sentenza del 9 ottobre ha portato una fonte informata a dire a LifeSite: "È un attacco di molti demoni allo stesso tempo per screditarlo".
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The All-Big Ten team was selected by 27 writers and broadcasters who cover the conference.

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The Associated Press All-Big Ten Conference football team, with position, name, school, height, weight, class and hometown:

FIRST TEAM

Offense

WR — Rondale Moore, Purdue, 5-9, 175, Fr., New Albany, Indiana.

WR — Tyler Johnson, Minnesota, 6-2, 200, Jr., Minneapolis.

T — Isaiah Prince, Ohio State, 6-7, 310, Sr., Greenbelt, Maryland.

T — Jon Runyan, Michigan, 6-5, 310, Sr., Moorestown, New Jersey.

G — Michael Deiter, Wisconsin, 6-6, 310, Sr., Curtice, Ohio.

G — Beau Benzschawel, Wisconsin, 6-6, 315, Sr., Grafton, Wisconsin.

C — Tyler Biadasz, Wisconsin, 6-3, 319, So., Amherst, Wisconsin.

TE — T.J. Hockenson, Iowa, 6-5, 250, So., Chariton, Iowa.

QB — Dwayne Haskins Jr., Ohio State, 6-3, 214, So., Potomac, Maryland.

u-RB — Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin, 5-11, 221, So., Salem, New Jersey.

RB — Karan Higdon, Michigan, 5-10, 202, Sr., Sarasota, Florida.

PK — Chase McLaughlin, Illinois, 6-1, 190, Sr., Cypress, Texas.

All-Purpose — Rondale Moore, Purdue, 5-9, 175, Fr., New Albany, Indiana.

Defense

DE __ Kenny Willekes, Michigan State, 6-4, 260, Jr., Rockford, Michigan.

DE __ Chase Winovich, Michigan, 6-3, 255, Sr., Jefferson Hills, Pennsylvania.

DT __ Raequan Williams, Michigan State, 6-4, 300, Jr., Chicago.

DT __ Dre'Mont Jones, Ohio State, 6-3, 290, Jr., Cleveland.

LB — Devin Bush, Michigan, 5-11, 233, Jr., Pembroke Pines, Florida.

LB — Paddy Fisher, Northwestern, 6-4, 241, So., Katy, Texas.

LB — T.J. Edwards, Wisconsin, 6-1, 242, Sr., Lake Villa, Illinois.

CB — Amani Oruwariye, Penn State, 6-1, 203, Sr., Tampa, Florida.

CB — Lavert Hill, Michigan, 5-11, 181, Jr., Detroit.

S — Josh Metellus, Michigan, 6-0, 204, Jr., Pembroke Pines, Florida.

S — Amani Hooker, Iowa, 6-0, 210, Jr., Minneapolis.

P — Will Hart, Michigan, 6-3, 192, Jr., Hunting Valley, Ohio.

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SECOND TEAM

Offense

WR — Stanley Morgan Jr., Nebraska, 6-1, 195, Sr., New Orleans.

WR — Parris Campbell, Ohio State, 6-1, 208, Sr., Akron, Ohio.

T — David Edwards, Wisconsin, 6-7, 315, Jr., Downers Grove, Illinois.

T — Alaric Jackson, Iowa, 6-7, 320, So., Detroit.

G — Ross Reynolds, Iowa, 6-4, 295, Sr., Waukee, Iowa.

G — Ben Bredeson, Michigan, 6-5, 320, Jr., Hartland, Wisconsin.

C — Michael Jordan, Ohio State, 6-7, 310, Jr., Canton, Michigan.

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