Intimidation: Father Oko Has Apologised

A Cologne Court has dropped proceedings against Polish Father Dariusz Oko, 61, and his publisher German Father Johannes Stöhr, 91 - for “incitement to hatred” (sic!) against homosexuals after they apologised.

There is no conviction and no criminal record.

Oko is [rather: was] a world famous critic of the Church's gay mafia. The incriminated article appeared in German magazine Theologisches.

Both priests accepted a fine of €3.150 and €4,000. It goes to a charity for abuse victims.

Father Oko told PCh24.pl (May 20) that he is satisfied as the decision is “a draw”.

Oko had to apologize in the courtroom: “I regret having used such strong wording. I will be careful in the future not to use such expressions that can hurt others. That was not my intention.“

The complaint - known as "intimidation lawsuit" - stems from a homosexual, Father Wolfgang Rothe who caused an worldwide homosex scandal when he was deputy director in Sankt Pölten seminary, Austria.

Cardinal Müller compared the Oko case to National Socialist " justice."

Picture: Dariusz Oko © wikipedia, CC BY-SA, #newsGfgnyglklf

Vincent Capuano
I guess he his protecting his German publisher.
Journalism possesses in itself the potentiality of becoming one of the most frightful monstrosities and delusions that have ever cursed mankind. This horrible transformation will occur at the exact instant at which journalists realize that they can become an aristocracy.
atreverse pensar
Don't be a coward.
Liam Ronan
"For you have not yet resisted unto blood, striving against sin..." Hebrews 12:4