"If CCOG's attorney actually believes that the RMS property does not belong to the Archdiocese of Agana, he can take the Archbishop to court. I am sure the Archbishop has his lawyers and documents ready to show that the RMS property does belong to the Archdiocese of Agana. CCOG's attorney, on the other hand, is going to have to show his documents (whatever that is). We have not seen any documents showing that the RMS property does not belong to the Archdiocese of Agana. "
- Attorneys do not take people to court, their clients do.
- The CCOG has never alleged that the property does not "belong" to the Archdiocese of Agana, only that the Archbishop has deeded complete control of the property to RMS, removing it as an asset of the Archdiocese of Agana, severely harming its patrimony and thereby violating church law (not civil law, you idiot).
- LOL. The Archbishop's "lawyers". Obviously he doesn't have anybody smart enough to defend him otherwise he wouldn't have had to go to Denver and to a firm that is not licensed to practice law on Guam. To practice law in Guam an attorney or firm must be a member of the Guam Bar (the Denver firm is not) or be admitted by the court pro hac vice (and the Denver firm was not).
But actually there is something Apuron can and will be sued for. You just better hope he retires first.