It's generally accepted that Fr. Voigt was conditionally ordained by Bishop Williamson.
But ordinations are public events...
It should be a priority to provide as much information as is possible, and it is the responsibility of those involved primarily. It's irresponsible to be giving the faithful a priest whose orders are to be trusted on hearsay.
...Says the MORE THAN ANONYMOUS person who won't even stand behind this slander with a good PSEUDONYM!
Give me a break.
Note that Mr. Anonymous doesn't even say they dodged his questions, refused to offer documentation, or anything like that. Mr. Anonymous wants to sit in his well-used (and probably overloaded) armchair and wait for someone to bring him the proof he demands.
How about you ask them yourself?
Or is the point of your thread to cast doubt upon and slander a good priest's name (as well as that of a good bishop)?
It sure speaks volumes to me that you felt the need to ask this question anonymously.
P.S. I'm sorry if I sound angry; I guess it's even harder to be nice to "some bodyless, faceless anonymous person" than it is to be nice to a pseudonym.