An anonymous commenter made the following comment, which can be found here. According to his/her comment:
AnonymousOctober 23, 2016 at 10:18 PM
Diana, Timmy isn't refuting Dr. Eusebio's response. He's only going after the little errors like the date. I think Dr. Eusebio may have gotten the date wrong. If he got the date wrong, that is not a lie. That's an honest mistake. From Junglewatch:
"1. Tricky Dick says: "To form presbyters of the “New Evangelization” is not a characteristic of the Neocatechumenal Way, as is made clear by the St. Pope John Paul II’s Ad Limina message to CEPAC (Dec. 5, 1999)."
This is seriously funny. The problem for Tricky Dick is...well, me. I actually look things up. Tricky Dick, like a trained parrot, just repeats what he's told. The Kiko's love to throw "the pope said this, the pope said that" around. And the reference to "St. Pope John Paul II’s Ad Limina message to CEPAC (Dec. 5, 1999)" is another attempt by Tricky Dick and his kiko-brains to shut down mere peasants like ourselves."
For those who have been reading the jungle, Tim has been nit-picking Dr. Eusebio's response on little things like the date, grammatical errors, not being able to see the full report of the Denver law firm, etc. Anonymous at 10:18 pm made a correct assumption. Dr. Eusebio made an honest error on the date.
Dr. Eusebio cited St. Pope John Paul II's Ad Limina message to CEPAC on December 5, 1999. Tim stated that there was no meeting of CEPAC on December 5, 1999. The reason being is because Dr. Eusebio made an error in the year. There was a meeting of CEPAC on December 5, 1998. You can read St. Pope John Paul II's address to CEPAC dated Decmber 5, 1998 here.
Therefore, Dr. Eusebio was not lying. He was telling the truth, but simply wrote the incorrect year, which is an honest mistake that can happen to anyone. An error on the year is not a deliberate lie. The truth is....there was a meeting with St. Pope John Paul II with CEPAC on December 5, 1998.
Furthermore, I would also like to point out that in any debate or discussion, the one who starts attacking the person through name-calling rather than the issue already lost the debate.