Well, I tried to get English language media to pick it up, but no one would touch it, and now she’s dead, a shock to exactly no one, including Natacha Jaitt herself:
“Notice: I will not commit suicide. I won’t be bought off or drown in a bath tub, nor will I shoot myself in the head. So, if that happens: I wasn’t me. Save this tweet.”
I can’t help but think that if North American media had picked it up, maybe she could have gotten some help, which she clearly needed in multiple respects. It’s a vicious circle she got herself into. I was told by journalists that they couldn’t engage the story because Jaitt herself was too “morally compromised”, to which my response was that if you’re waiting for whistleblowers from the prostitution scene of Buenos Aires to come forward who are also cloistered nuns, you’ve very conveniently set up a dodge such that you never have to engage the story. Weak.
Jaitt, IF she was murdered, made herself an easy target by continuing to move in unsavory circles. Just another high-dollar ho that ODed on coke. That is how it will be shrugged off. Hopefully now the story will be picked up, and some actual investigation and reportage will happen. I see ChurchMilitant has a piece up. Where the hell they were in September when I and ComplicitClergy were reporting this stuff, and I had Argentine sources sending me hand-translated links and transcripts of Jaitt’s TV appearances, I don’t know. Apparently Terry Carroll’s checkbook hadn’t given Voris the go-ahead yet.
Finally, do we all now see why Archbishop Viganò is in hiding for fear of his life? Like with the Clintons, people who crossed Bergoglio and Bergoglio’s co-covenists tend to end up disappeared, ODed or suicided.
From Argentine news: “…in just under two weeks she was going to go to trial in the wake of the complaint made by Mercedes Ninci and Gustavo Vera, for damages.”
Let it also be noted that Jaitt has a young son, Valentino. Pray for that poor kid.
COMPENDIUM OF REPORTAGE POSTED HERE:
Here is a short compendium of posts I made last year, all sourced from Argentine readers (“The Argentine Armada”) who desperately want the truth about Antipope Bergoglio, which is so widely known and discussed in Argentina, to make it into the English-speaking world.