In the U Matuna for Sunday, April 19, 2015 we are told that if we want to see the Civil Law Report by the Denver law firm of Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP regarding "the truth about the property of Redemptoris Mater Seminary" that "The whole document can be consulted at the Chancery."
What the U Matuna did not tell us is that it can only be consulted until tomorrow, April 24.
The document is 20 pages long and cannot be duplicated, copied, videographed, photographed, etc., and can only be reviewed in the presence of the Chancery staff.
How's that for "dispelling groundless rumors" as the archbishop claims we are spreading.
P.S. Archbishop. It is illegal for a law firm not licensed to practice law in the Territory of Guam to advise a corporate sole incorporated in the Territory of Guam regarding the conveyance of Guam real property. It is also an ethics violation.
But then, we're quite used to those by now.