Funny, there is a photo of Thuc with two other priests. Odd that these priests were supposedly made Bishops by Thuc in a tiny dirty apartment in France. No decorum here....however, Thuc was the same man that consecrated so-called Pope Gregory XVII [Spain] ...no training in Theological Studies or Latin, and, along with 3 other men to be Bishops, after this, he runs back to Paul VI and is reconciled. After that he goes out and does it several more times with other supposed Bishops. Again, runs back to John Paul II and is reconciled and dies in a V2 Monastery.
Why bring up his apartment? Is that to create an emotional stir in the readers of this forum?
You must know that Archbishop Thuc did not consecrate antipope Gregory XVII. He consecrated Clemente Domínguez y Gómez,who later, after the fact, declared himself to be pope. The way you presented this would erroneously give the reader the impression that Thuc knowingly consecrated a man who was an antipope. Was your mistake sloppiness or are you deliberately trying to deceive?
You are also leaving out other important facts. Archbishop Thuc at the time believed in the alleged visions received by Clemente. The Church was in crisis, heresy was everywhere, Catholics were abandoning the Faith in droves. The time was ripe for a false visionary to step in with an apparent and possibly believable solution.
You may argue that that the Archbishop was gullible, but being gullible is a long way from being insane.
I asked you on the other thread what evidence you had that Thuc died in communion with John Paul II. Where one lives is not proof of anything. Life is full of illogic, and you may argue that it doesn't seem logical or consistent that Thuc lived in a place operated by those in communion with the antipope, but that does not prove he was in communion with the antipope.
From my reading of the evidence, Archbishop Thuc remained unsure and therefore inconsistent about the status of Paul VI and John Paul II. After his 1982 statement, there is no evidence that he recognized John Paul II's claim of being pope. It appears that he never wavered from his public declaration of sede vacante
as he never publicly retracted it.