My co-author tells the story of Fr. de Valk and Rev. Boissoin. (Warning: Some rad trad inside baseball):
This sets another dangerous precedent. Mr. Boissoin is [also] prohibited from speaking out against his experience before a government tribunal. It is not just the activists who have become a protected class in the persecution of Christians, but their protectors within the government bureaucracy.
The silencing is total. Technically Mr. Boissoin could be charged for praying that God enlightens and converts the hearts of his persecutors, which Mr. Boissoin tells me he does at least once a week. And should I find myself back in my homeland, I technically could be charged as Mr. Boissoin’s accomplice for having drawn attention to his plight through The Wanderer and The Remnant.