All of the blogs created by the victim was hacked and corrupted by Andrew Smith V. Gamilla, and his cohorts at St. Paul Seminary. The bishops and priests ganged up on the woman and hacked her personal computer. They monitored her online activities for the past months up to this point.
Never did they answer the letters written directly sent to them, and never did they release any form of answer through a blog, email, or snail mail. This only proves that the accusations of the open letter have honest basis.
Apparently, the Catholic Church hired SEO hackers and public relation companies to corrupt online articles and search engine entries of this kind. (Especially now that its enrollment time in the seminaries).
Imagine how the money we put into the Church (particularly the money donated by senior citizens) go into this form of repression to freedom. Imagine how bishops and priests employ Church's resources to hide their dirt under the carpet.
Since Pinoyexchange is one of the safest place to express one's opinion, even the Church cannot simply hack and corrupt the entries here. For now, this is the only place where you can view the backupurls of the blog without being prompted by a false redirect or a spam note.
Here are the backupurls that has been blocked from google search results. It is better that the list stays here, just in case the man above, and every priest, bishop and seminarian like him, continue on their manipulative stance. This is also a warning to women and girls in the future who are in the brink of falling to this oppressive trap:
As I have said, all these backupurls cannot be easily retrieved from search engine results in google or bing. These, and the original blogs have been destroyed by the oppressing party. If this happen again, the victim will have to resort to media exposure.
Denying your mistakes is one thing, but curbing another of her voice is unforgivable.