Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Another Conflict Of Interest
I have just learned that Tim Rohr has been on the payroll of Monsignor James Benavente since 2009 and as late as last April. This explains many things. This was never about justice or trying to right a wrong. Again, this has to do with revenge. Due to the fact that Tim was closely affiliated with Monsignor James through employment, it explains all the emotional drama and soap opera surrounding the firing of Monsignor James. It is no wonder why a blog invitation was sent out to see the exit of Monsignor James. This appears to be another conflict of interest.
I used to watch a lot of Law and Order. And when a judge knows the person in the case, the judge would excuse himself so that any trial procedure would go on objectively without any emotional bias in it. When people are called for jury duty, they are even asked if they know any police officer. They are also asked if they know the lawyer in the prosecution or defense. Why? Because even knowing a lawyer as a friend is a conflict of interest and can sway the juror's feelings either for or against the case rather than objectively looking at the evidence presented in court. If the person is a past employee also causes a conflict of interest. Our court system is designed to ensure that there is no conflict of interest so that the person's individual rights are protected. It is clear that this never had anything to do with justice or trying to do what is right. Tim Rohr was on the payroll of Monsignor James since 2009 and as late as last April. That explains everything!