Diogenes does a deeper analysis of Archbishop Harry Flynn’s memo on Teresa Kettelkamp, head of the USCCBureaucrat Office of Child and Youth Protection.
He notes that Archbishop Flynn tries to distance the National Center for Women and Policing (NCWP), for which Kettelkamp serves/served on the board, from the Feminist Majority Foundation (FMF). Flynn says FMF “provided funding” for NCWP, when in reality NCWP is a subsidiary of it. Flynn also says that “Ms. Kettelkamp was never in any way associated with or active in the FMF.” He declares that attempts to link her to FMF are “untrue and unjust.” To use Diogenes’ analogy, it is true to say that General Motors more than just “provides funding” for Chevrolet, but in fact controls it, and that someone who works for Chevrolet is “linked” to GM. It would be just too. Like Chevrolet is to GM, MCWP is a subsidiary of FMF, even so far as sharing its web site.