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If you know of the whereabouts or location of Michael Geilenfeld, please contact the Haitian National Police by calling (011) 509-3835-1111.

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Haiti authorities have issued a warrant for the arrest of Michael Geilenfeld, Executive Director of the St. Joseph Family of Homes in Haiti. Police are investigating new charges of child sexual abuse against Geilenfeld. In addition, Haiti officials have padlocked and shut down the St. Joseph Home for Boys.

http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2015/10/31/world/americas/ap-cb-haiti-orphanage-founder.html?_r=0

http://mobile.nytimes.com/aponline/2015/11/05/world/americas/ap-cb-haiti-orphanage-closed.html?referer=https://www.google.com/&_r=0

IS HEARTS WITH HAITI MISLEADING AND DECEIVING  DONORS?

TEN DAYS AGO, HAITI AUTHORITIES PADLOCKED THE DOORS AND CLOSED THE ST. JOSEPH’S HOME FOR BOYS IN PORT AU PRINCE.

HAITIAN INVESTIGATORS ARE LOOKING INTO NEW ALLEGATIONS OF SEXUAL ABUSE AGAINST ORPHANAGE DIRECTOR, MICHAEL GEILENFELD, WHO REMAINS A FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE.

CHILD PROTECTION ADVOCATES WANT TO KNOW WHY HEARTS WITH HAITI, A NORTH CAROLINA BASED 501(C)(3) THAT PROVIDES FUNDING FOR THE ST. JOSEPH’S HOME FOR BOYS, IS NOT INFORMING DONORS OF THE ORPHANAGE’S CLOSING AND THE ISSUANCE OF A WARRANT SEEKING MICHAEL GEILENFELD’S ARREST.

IT’S BUSINESS AS USUAL ON THE HEARTS WITH HAITI WEB SITE:

“The young people in the care of the St. Joseph Family come from some of the most desperate conditions in Haiti, with no support network and often dim prospects for survival.  Under the direction of Bill Nathan and Walnes Cangas (both SJF alums), St. Joseph’s Home for Boys is the center of this mission and the young men who reside here have, since entering the SJF, demonstrated the most significant leadership, success in their studies, and propensity for artistic achievement.”

http://heartswithhaiti.org/haitian-partners/st-joseph-home-for-boys/
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CHILD PROTECTION ADVOCATES DEMAND THAT MAINE ATTORNEY PETER DETROY SURRENDER HIS CLIENT TO POLICE OFFICIALS.

MICHAEL GEILENFELD IS A FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE.

HAITI NATIONAL POLICE HAVE A WARRANT FOR GEILENFELD’S ARREST.

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Associated Press – Police with an arrest warrant search unsuccessfully on Thursday, October 30th for Michael Geilenfeld at a private residence in the mountainside town of Kenscott, on the outskirts of Port au Prince, Haiti. Haitian investigators are looking into new allegations of child sexual abuse against Geilenfeld, who operated a now shutdown orphanage for boys in Haiti’s capital. Police have been unable to capture and arrest Geilenfeld.

New York Times / Associated Press
http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2015/10/31/world/americas/ap-cb-haiti-orphanage-founder.html?_r=0

http://mobile.nytimes.com/aponline/2015/11/05/world/americas/ap-cb-haiti-orphanage-closed.html?referer=https://www.google.com/&_r=0

Haitian authorities questions Renee Dietrich – Yahoo News

http://news.yahoo.com/photos/haitian-authorities-questions-renee-dietrich-communications-director-wings-photo-224142875.html

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BREAKING NEWS /

“In an October 29 court order seen by The Associated Press, Judge Bernard Sainvil allowed all of Geilenfeld’s charitable operations in Haiti to be shuttered by authorities due to allegations of “rape and sexual aggression.”

http://mobile.nytimes.com/aponline/2015/11/05/world/americas/ap-cb-haiti-orphanage-closed.html?referer=https://www.google.com/

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CHILD PROTECTION ADVOCATES DEMAND THAT MAINE ATTORNEY PETER DETROY SURRENDER HIS CLIENT TO POLICE OFFICIALS.

MICHAEL GEILENFELD IS A FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE.

HAITI NATIONAL POLICE HAVE A WARRANT FOR GEILENFELD’S ARREST.

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Associated Press – Police with an arrest warrant search unsuccessfully Friday for Michael Geilenfeld at a private residence in the mountainside town of Kenscott, on the outskirts of Port au Prince, Haiti. Haitian investigators are looking into new allegations of child sexual abuse against Geilenfeld, who operates an orphanage for boys in Haiti’s capital.

Portland Press Herald
http://www.pressherald.com/2015/10/31/haiti-officials-look-into-new-allegations-against-u-s-man/

New York Times
http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2015/10/31/world/americas/ap-cb-haiti-orphanage-founder.html?_r=0

November 8, 2015

Members of the Board of Directors
Hearts with Haiti
Raleigh, NC

Dear Hearts with Haiti Board Members,

The Associated Press is reporting that…

1) A Haiti Judge has issued a warrant for the arrest of Michael Geilenfeld in response to new allegations of criminal child sexual abuse that have been filed against Geilenfeld.

2) Geilenfeld is in hiding to avoid being arrested. Police are searching for him. He is a fugitive from justice.

3) Haiti officials have ordered the shutdown of the St. Joseph’s Home for Boys, Trinity House and Wings of Hope. Officials padlocked the doors to the St. Joseph’s Home for Boys on Friday.

4) Rumors abound that Directors Bill Nathan, Jacky Asse and Walna Cangas will also be arrested by Haiti police.

5) Will your organization immediately turn over the management of Wings of Hope to another non-profit group?

6) Is one or more of the Hearts with Haiti board members in contact with Geilenfeld?

In the interest of openness and transparency, would you please confirm or deny these statements.

Finally, it is incumbent upon you to post the Associated Press news stories on your web site.

Donors must not be kept in the dark.

Sincerely,
Paul Kendrick
Freeport, ME
http://heartswithhaiti.org/about/news-updates/

VOICE OF THE FAITHFUL’S WILLIAM CASEY HAS ACCEPTED AN INVITATION TO LECTURE ABOUT VOTF SPONSORED “HEALING CIRCLES” ON THE CAMPUS OF JESUIT RUN BOSTON COLLEGE.

THE JESUITS OF NEW ENGLAND ARE HARASSING AND BULLYING FIFTY FIVE POOR, VULNERABLE AND TERRIBLY WOUNDED HAITIAN CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE VICTIMS IN U.S. FEDERAL COURT.

SHAME ON THE JESUITS.

SHAME ON WILLIAM CASEY IF HE DOES NOT SPEAK CLEARLY AND FORCEFULLY AGAINST THE JESUITS FOR THEIR FAILURE TO BE RESPONSIBLE AND ACCOUNTABLE FOR THE HORRIFIC HARMS INFLICTED UPON THE TERRIBLY WOUNDED CHILDREN IN HAITI.

FUNDS ARE DESPERATELY NEEDED TO PROVIDE CULTURALLY COMPETENT MEDICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT TO VICTIMS AND THEIR FAMILIES IN CAP-HAITIEN, HAITI.

— CLICK LINK AT BOTTOM OF PAGE FOR MOST RECENT FEDERAL COURT FILING.

For more information: http://www.ctpost.com/betrayal

http://reseaucitadelle.blogspot.com/2012/06/providing-help-to-terribly-wounded_28.html

http://www.ctpost.com/local/article/New-Haiti-suits-level-claims-against-Rev-Carrier-2444084.php

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What:

“Story Telling for Healing,” a talk presented by Bill Casey

A time-honored practice of Restorative Justice relies on story telling and story listening to foster healing for those who suffer from serious harm. This talk will explore how a Restorative Justive model known as a Healing Circle can open a pathway toward healing for those harmed in any way by the sexual abuse scandal in the Roman Catholic Church.

Who:

Bill Casey, Voice of the Faithful member, former VOTF trustee, and member/facilitator of the VOTF Restorative Justice Healing Circle Initiative

When:

Thursday, Dec. 3, 2015, 5:30 p.m.

Where:

Boston College Church in the 21st Century, Gasson Hall, Room 100

Admission:

FREE and open to all.

Restorative Justice Healing Circles—The concept of healing has been largely overlooked in the struggle to address the sexual abuse of children in the Catholic Church. Voice of the Faithful is committed to developing and promoting models that could provide healing options for those wounded by the clergy sexual abuse of children and/or by hierarchical malfeasance in response to it. As part of that effort, VOTF participates in a collaborative effortr to advance a path of healing based on the principles and practices of Restorative Justice.
A Healing Circle is one model of restorative justice, appropriate for addressing the harm caused by the sexual abuse of children and adults as well as by malfeasant hierarchical responses to the abuse. The Healing Circle typically focuses on harm experienced by the participants in their own unique circumstances rather than on the harm caused by a specific shared incident of abuse.

Check under Programs/Healing Circles for additional information.

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U.S. Federal Court

Here is the federal court link to the most recent claim filed. The content of this claim provides a complete history of the facts of the cases.

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1) Hearts with Haiti News and Updates / Website

http://heartswithhaiti.org/about/news-updates/

2) These recent news stories have been blacked out from Hearts with Haiti web site.

http://mobile.nytimes.com/aponline/2015/10/31/world/americas/ap-cb-haiti-orphanage-founder.html?_r=0&referer=https://www.google.com/

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http://mobile.nytimes.com/aponline/2015/11/05/world/americas/ap-cb-haiti-orphanage-closed.html?referer=https://www.google.com/&_r=0

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Or ABC News Website

http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/haiti-officials-allegations-us-man-34875542

To: William Casey, Director, VOTF Healing Circle

You know, Mr. Casey, the more I think about, the more curious I am as to why you are not literally running towards the more than 70 terribly wounded child sexual abuse victims in Haiti who are in great need of immediate care and treatment.

During one of my visits to Cap Haitien, Haiti, a boy who was sexually abused by Douglas Perlitz sat down at our table at the hotel.

The boy had come from the doctor and was in need of US $60 for x-rays.

You see, the boy had been waking up with night sweats and bleeding from his eyes.

My Haitian friend, Cyrus Sibert, told me the boy was diagnosed with syphilis.

Your hosts at Boston College, the Jesuits, and their Jesuit companions at Fairfield University and Jesuit Province Headquarters refuse to provide funding for medical and mental health intervention for the children in Haiti who were sexually abused due to the negligence of Jesuit officials.

In fact, Fr. Paul Carrier, S.J., the Jesuit priest who headed the school in Haiti from his perch as campus ministry director at Fairfield University, has also been accused of child sexual abuse in Haiti.

Yet, there you will be on December 3rd, center stage, thanking your hosts, the Jesuits of Boston College, for inviting you to speak about the care, well being and healing of victims/survivors of child sexual abuse.

The sad and shameful irony of your actions, Mr. Casey, is too much to bear.

Please, call me now. Together we can begin to help these poor and vulnerable victims.

Sincerely,

Paul Kendrick
Cheverus High School ’68
Fairfield University ’72
207-838-1319