Klitzkie says the group just wanted to meet with the archbishop, and should have been free to visit if it were indeed archdiocesan premises. Now he wants to know why they were told to leave.And according to Tim Rohr's press release published on his blog:
Fr. Edivaldo also attempts to make the case that the demonstrators were trespassing when they walked on to the grounds of the Seminary this past Tuesday and asked to see the Archbishop. He compared their presence to an interference with the learning environment at a public school. This is even more pathetic since there is no law forbidding a parent to walk into a public school and ask to see the principal.
Below are photos taken of the protesters INSIDE the RMS property. One of the protesters deliberately hid his face as these photos were taken:
So, based on these photos that were taken of the women who entered INSIDE the RMS property, did it look like they only wanted to speak to the Archbishop as Mr. Klitzkie and Mr. Rohr claims?????? Of course not!!!!
With their huge placards and signs, they deliberately brought their protest inside the RMS property. They were not there to have a nice talk with the Archbishop. They were there to scream their protests as they hold up their signs and to disrupt the meeting and education of the seminarians.
This is what the jungle left out. They wanted the public to believe that the protesters who entered the RMS property merely wanted to have a nice talk with the Archbishop. They left out the part that they came in and demonstrated in front of the Seminary building, holding up their huge placards and signs. Due to the fact that they deliberately brought their protests inside the RMS property, they were indeed "trespassing". Their intention was never to have a nice talk with the Archbishop.