MORE FSSP DOOM! CHURCH MILITANT SUES MIKE PARROTT, RTF MEDIA FOR DEFAMATION
Every kingdom divided against itself shall be made desolate: and every city or house divided against itself shall not stand." Matthew 12:25
"And if a house be divided against itself, that house cannot stand." Mark 3:25
"But he seeing their thoughts, said to them: Every kingdom divided against itself, shall be brought to desolation, and house upon house shall fall." Luke 11:17
The FSSP house is divide against itself............
FSSP LAY infighting now leads to lawsuit.....
As I said for the last few years there is something evil afoot with the FSSP.
The FSSP needs to be shut down.
This is a scandal.
Both parties Voris and Parrott are FSSP.
Voris has attended FSSP Latin Masses, Parrot claims to attend ICTK Latin Masses both claim to support the FSSP
I bet the FSSP Lay folk start to leave even before Pope Francis shuts the whole thing down.
Profiting off scandal
Michael Parrott is head of Restoring the Faith Media (RTF), a limited liability company incorporated in Delaware, listed under a shell corporation named "Delaware Corporate Headquarters, LLC" with no name or contact information listed. Every kingdom divided against itself shall be made desolate: and every city or house divided against itself shall not stand." The same shell corporation is used by hundreds of other LLCs in Delaware. Parrott is a graduate of Texas A&M University, graduating with degrees in accounting and finance, and has served as associate director of financing at Chicago-based Livingstone Partners, among other things. While he refers to himself as "just a dad with a webcam, six kids and a mortgage," he recently lived in a half-million-dollar home in an upscale suburb of Kansas City, Missouri and has access to millionaire donors who help fund his business ventures. He has since moved into an even costlier home in another part of Missouri.
Parrott used RTF to launch a crowdfunding campaign in early November for Fr. James Jackson, a priest of the traditionalist Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter (FSSP), which offers the Traditional Latin Mass and is known for orthodox teaching and preaching. All funds went into the coffers of RTF — approximately $150,000. The donations were given primarily by individuals who are convinced Fr. Jackson is innocent. Jackson, pastor of St. Mary's Church in Providence, Rhode Island, and former rector of the FSSP seminary in Nebraska, was arrested Oct. 30 after a two-month investigation by the Rhode Island State Police Internet Crimes Against Children task force. He was charged with possession of child porn, tranferring of child porn and possession of child erotica. After posting bail Oct. 31, he was arrested again, this time by federal agents. At his Nov. 15 arraignment, he entered no plea. In federal court, he waived his right to a preliminary hearing. A graphic affidavit details child porn transactions on multiple occasions, which include downloads to his computer in addition to sending child porn from his computer. An Oct. 30 raid of the property also found an external hard drive located outside his bedroom containing hundreds of files of child porn involving incest, bestiality and infant/toddler abuse. Father Jackson has never denied the charges. While his supporters have claimed a "set-up," no evidence has ever been offered to substantiate this claim.
Fr. Jackson Fundraiser
Parrott has been a vocal defender of Jackson's innocence, in his podcast as well as in numerous (now-deleted) tweets "A guy like him, with a devotion to the Holy Face — he's not going to be engaged in this," Parrott claimed in a recent podcast encouraging people to donate to his fundraiser. "Good men deserve to be defended." He speculated that "the powers that be were colluding against Fr. Jackson because he was opposing a satanic mass, because he was condemning the COVID religion, because he's written about the Traditional Latin Mass ... ." His theories echo those of other online defenders, who insist the priest was "framed," a target of the "FBI" (the FBI is not involved in this case), some going so far as to say demons planted the evidence, or that it was an international plot between Joe Biden and Pope Francis to target political enemies. . No #Evidenc has been offered for these theories. "I do not know Fr. Jackson, have never met him and have no emotional attachment to him whatsoever," Parrott told Church Militant via email. "I only know him by repuation [sic]." Parrott's fundraiser, "Truth for Fr. James Jackson, FSSP," states: "At least 50% of the proceeds will go towards forensic computing and private investigation — the rest to his legal defense." "The funds from this campaign will be received by Restoring The Faith Media," it adds. In public comments as well as comments emailed to Church Militant, Parrott gave the false impression he could access the evidence seized by law enforcement and conduct his own independent forensic analysis. When Church Militant noted that would be impossible, as federal prosecutors are forbidden to hand over evidence in a criminal trial to an outside nonparty unconnected to the case, Parrott initially refused to answer questions, instead insinuating (in a now-deleted tweet) that Church Militant is engaged in deceptive financial dealings, also insinuating the same of Fr. James Altman, a priest of the diocese of La Crosse, Wisconsin, an Arizona corporation and a donor from Canton, Ohio. All three parties have disavowed Parrott's claim, including Fr. Altman, who recorded a short video denying any donations ever being given to Church Militant. Source