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Aside from Apuron's moronic remarks - which we're used to - there is another remark that is even more disturbing:
“I don’t know why they’re there. I guess they are free to do what they want off the premises. So I really can’t comment to it because I don’t know what they’re protesting, and I don’t know who ‘they’ are,” said (Peter P. "Sonny") Ada.
This is disturbing for two reasons.
Ada is the current president of the archdiocesan finance council. He was selected by Apuron to replace Richard Untalan after Apuron fired Untalan so he could hide his secret deeding of the archdiocese's largest real property asset to RMS. So either Ada is lying or he is clueless, which brings us to the second point:
Ada is the President of Ada's Trust and Investment, Inc. If Ada, as president of the finance council, shows no concern or no knowledge of probably the greatest financial heist in Guam's history (easily FORTY MILLION DOLLARS), then what does that say about his ability to run a company that has the words "Trust" and "Investment" in its name?
I actually don't think Ada is clueless and I happen to believe he knows how to run an investment company. However, this illustrates the problem even further. Smart people who should know better are willing to sacrifice their brains when it comes to the dirty dealings of the kikos. (And for the most part, we know why - though we won't get into that here.)
Mr. Ada, for your reference, here is the Legal Opinion of Attorney Jacques Bronze who demonstrates:
- The property is completely alienated from the Archdiocese of Agana and is fully in the control of RMS.
- RMS is NOT in the control of Archbishop Apuron and fully in the hands of "a separate, unelected, and un-removable board having veto power over a board of directors, the officers, and the sole member, the Archbishop of Agana and his successors."
And here is the copy of the deed.
As president of the archdiocesan finance council you have a duty to the faithful of this archdiocese to investigate the status of the property. The decisions you and your council make directly impact the financial health of this diocese. Show us that you can be trusted - lest some begin to rethink the words "Trust and Investment."