Author Archives: Fr. Francis-Maria Salvato, OFM

About Fr. Francis-Maria Salvato, OFM

Fr. Francis-Maria Salvato is a Franciscan priest and retired archbishop of the North American Old Catholic Communion. A former canon lawyer, he has dedicated his spare time to the research and furtherance of the efforts to free those unjustly convicted for crimes they did not commit.

Pennsylvania Justice Project Radio Program – Jury Tampering, Promotions & Scandal?

Could it be that the Pennsylvania State Police is the most corrupt in the nation, and that the Pennsylvania Justice System is routinely manipulated by the State Police, resulting in wrongful convictions? How did the arresting officer, Trooper Lotwick, wind … Continue reading

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The Pennsylvania Justice Project Radio Program – Episode Two

What were some of the glaring inconsistencies and red flags in the alleged evidence against Tim McEnany in the Katherine Bishop murder trial? Listen to this week’s installment of the Pennsylvania Justice Project radio program for some insight into just … Continue reading

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Pennsylvania Justice Project Radio Program

Listen to the first official broadcast of the Pennsylvania Justice Project, on the Blog Talk Radio Network! We’ve decided to take Tim’s story to the global community, with the hopes that someone will hear this story, and help connect us … Continue reading

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Tim McEnany’s Facebook Page

I’d like to take this opportunity to as everyone who reads this blog to help us by doing three things: Comment on each of the posts, so that we raise the “Edge Rank” (the algorithm Facebook uses to determine what … Continue reading

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The Timothy McEnany Case – More Holes in the “Evidence”

There are more holes in the “evidence” in the Timothy McEnany case (who was arrested and wrongfully convicted of the Katherine Bishop murder) than anything imaginable. And in this week’s post, we’ll review some more of these implausible details, which … Continue reading

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The Timothy McEnany Case – The Alibi

Let’s take a look at McEnany’s alibi for the time of the murder. An alibi is a form of defense used in criminal procedure wherein the accused attempts to prove that he was in some other place at the time the … Continue reading

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The Timothy McEnany Case – Where do we go from here? (Part Two)

Continuing to unpack the Timothy McEnany case, we will now examine the alleged “phone evidence” presented in the case. Phone Records On 7 March 1993, a consensual search of Timothy McEnany’s work van was conducted by Pennsylvania State Police Trooper, … Continue reading

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The Timothy McEnany Case – Where do we go from here?

This week, we’ll begin to look at more of the ways in which the case against Timothy McEnany fails to stand up to scrutiny, and ask WHY no judge or jury questioned this gross miscarriage of justice. As a Catholic priest, … Continue reading

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Timothy McEnany Talks About the Katherine Bishop Murder Investigation (Pt 3)

In this segment, Timothy McEnany continues to recount the events leading up to his arrest as a suspect in the Katherine Bishop murder investigation. The following is the account in his own words (part three). This is a continuation of … Continue reading

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Timothy McEnany Talks About the Katherine Bishop Murder Investigation (Pt 2)

In this segment, Timothy McEnany continues to recount the events leading up to his arrest as a suspect in the Katherine Bishop murder investigation. The following is the account in his own words (part two). This is a continuation of … Continue reading

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