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Tuesday, 26 February 2019

At long last, credit is given to Vox Cantoris where it is due!

Those of you who have been following the Heresica "I'm a serial plagiarist!" scandal across both this blog and Vox Cantoris will no doubt be aware that this writer has voiced their opinion - on two occasions - that Vox Cantoris is to be credited with being the blog who first unmasked Tom for being the fraud, liar, and thief he is.

Well, finally, justice has been done.

Dorothy Cummings-McLean, the journalist who exposed Rosica's plagiarism at his February 9th lecture at Cambridge University, has recently put the following in an update to her February 18th article on the topic:
To date Rosica’s earliest known use of work without attribution was his famous declaration, delivered at a 2014 lecture, about doctrine. Instantly notorious, the passage was later discovered to be the work of Dr. Richard Gaillardetz. News of the misappropriation was first published by David Domet of the "Vox Cantoris" blog. 

Let us all raise our glasses in toast to Vox!


Anonymous said...

You should start a fan club for Vox. You talk about him a lot.

Irenaeus said...

Hahaha. Funny!

Kathleen1031 said...

I agree with you 100%. People forget a Bloggist takes his or her time and pours through content, posts thoughtful narratives, digs through information, and for what, to get criticism about some minor point or another by people who have done none of those things.
Vox endured through the targeted effort to intimidate him by Rosica. It's delightful to see some earthly justice happen for once.
Thanks for acknowledging Vox. He's tops in my book. God bless you and Vox and all faithful Bloggists. You all keep us connected and informed, not to mention sane.

Irenaeus said...

Thank you for your kind words, Kathleen. I took the liberty of passing them on to Vox. God bless you, and keep us all in your prayers. It is certainly tough work.