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04 June 2013

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Marthe Lépine

Excellent! Should be part of any journalism or creative writing course.

Joseph D'Hippolito

Recent months? Where have you been? Shea has been defaming people, using straw-man arguments and feigning victimization when caught for more than a decade! You think some smartly worded "apology" is going to change him?

If Shea is sincere, he would publicly mention the people whom he has defamed, apologize on his blog, attempt to contact them personally and then get away from his blog for at least a month to "avoid the near occasion of sin." But he won't do that. In fact, he'll go back to the ways for which he has ostensibly apologized. He's a pathetic phony and a very, very sick man.

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Joseph,

I remember you.

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