Not necessarily. You have to trace the money somehow or find an instrument that states or supports the theory $X was paid by the diocese of Cleveland to a specific person for a specific reason. This doesn't do it. An appeals document isn't evidence of wrongdoing on part of the diocese.<quoted text>
What are you waiting for, a copy of the canceled check? You are insane.
Me insane? Nope. Just understand you can't make assertions of guilt without some type of credible evidence and make those assertions stick.
No charge. I don't claim to be a lawyer, never wanted to be a lawyer, I'm just pretty good a sniffing out sheet. Che, you're just full of it, and can't admit when you're outright full it. Go ahead, try it. It just might make you a better person in the long run.