What Did Gov. Strickland Know, and When Did He Know It (re: Eric McFadden)? [UPDATED]
Carol McKinley has an update on the McFadden story, detailing her communications to members of the Strickland Administration here in Ohio and to Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good regarding McFadden's troubling internet conduct. See also here.
And based on Carol's commentary regarding McFadden's use of the pseudonym "Eamon", I am now confirmed in my suspicions that McFadden commented at this blog on a number of occasions back in early 2007. Here are a few examples:
http://proecclesia.blogspot.com/2007/02/mark-shea-whores-for-edwards-swings.html#c4789742160794246787 (especially read this one)
Enlightening. Or not.
I'm also fairly certain that McFadden/"Eamon" was one of the anonymous commenters in this thread. I believe that was the post (criticizing Prof. Richard Gaillardetz and Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good) that first brought my blog to McFadden's attention.
UPDATE #2 (21 January)
Dave Hartline has even more information on this topic in his January 21, 2009 News Headlines at The Catholic Report, including a link to McFadden's/Eamon's blog, Irish Catholic Buckeye.
UPDATE #3 (21 January)
More gorey details from Carol McKinley in her post "Holding lay people accountable for what they knew and when they knew it".
Previous Pro Ecclesia posts on this subject:
Breaking: Catholic Democrat Who Once Headed Up Ohio's Faith-Based Initiatives Arrested for Running Prostitution Ring [UPDATED]