I'm not sure if this is the right place to be asking this, but it's a place to start.
Recently there have been several threads here (and much discussion on other websites) about the Antiochian Archdiocese, Met. Philip, and the dismissal of Frs. David Moretti and Elias Yelovich. Fr. Elias was dismissed (or is it deposed? or defrocked?) and forbidden to act as a priest in any Antiochian parish. He then went and was received, as a priest, into the Milan Synod, a non-canonical (or is it *un*-canonical) synod of Old Calendarists, and given a blessing to start a new mission.
My question is this: If a priest is in the position of Fr. Elias (dismissed/deposed/defrocked), and is apparently what might be termed "spoiled goods", for lack of a better expression, why would another jurisdiction or archdiocese be willing to accept him as a priest, apparently quite willingly and with open arms? Would that other jurisdiction/archdiocese not be opening themselves up to the same kind of abuses or behavior that Fr. Elias was accused of?