Given what we are about to expose, it is important, especially for newcomers, and more especially for Vatican readers, to recount the absolutely despicable behavior of Msgr. David the VG in December of 2011.
On December 6, 2011, at 7:46 AM, Msgr. David C. Quitugua, Vicar General of the Archdiocese of Agana accused Richard Untalan and the other members of the archdiocesan finance council of a serious ecclesial crime: a "vulnus" - a physical wound against the Archbishop.
(He also demonstrated his complete ignorance of canon law even though he is supposed to be the archdiocese's pre-eminent canon lawyer - but we'll get to that.)
In an email dated December 6, 2011, David the VG accused Mr. Untalan and the members of the AFC of attempting to "wound" the archbishop because they had intended to discuss "item number 5" at their meeting later that day. Item number 5 was the matter of the transfer of title of the former Accion hotel property to the control of the Redemptoris Mater Seminary.
As president of the AFC, Mr. Untalan had placed it on the agenda because of the very nasty memo he received from Apuron on November 25, 2011, accusing Mr. Untalan and the others of not knowing what they were doing relative to the assignment of title to RMS. You can read that memo here. (You will want to note that the letter is dated November 11, 2011, but stamped received by Untalan on November 25, 2011.)
As per Apuron's nasty November 11 memo, it appeared to Mr. Untalan that Apuron was requiring the AFC to revisit the issue of the title transfer, a matter the AFC had already said NO to on September 8, 2011. So as was his duty as president of the finance council, Mr. Untalan placed the matter on the agenda.
Here is David the VG's despicable email:
And why is this despicable? Because David the VG, David the Pathetic, David the Liar, KNEW that the title to the property had already been secretly transferred to RMS 14 days earlier on November 22, 2011.
Unaware that Apuron and the Vicar General had already transferred title to the property, Mr. Untalan had intended to proceed with the "proposed" transfer as an item agenda at the AFC meeting.
David the VG knew that the transfer was canonically illegal - since it required the consent of the AFC. So to cover up, he demanded that Mr. Untalan not discuss the item and then accused Untalan and the others of "breaking communion" with the archbishop and of attempting to wound ("vulnus") him for even placing it on the agenda.
This is sick and despicable and it shows the depth of the depravity David, the Vicar General of this archdiocese, the man tasked with upholding the church's laws, was willing to descend to to cover for Kiko Arguello's heretical trash and Gennarini's mafioso scheme - all at the expense of not only members of the AFC, who together had given cumulatively over 50 years of their lives to serve the archbishop, but also every Catholic in the Archdiocese of Agana.
Mr. Untalan was simply shocked at the Vicar General's accusation:
As you can see, not only was Mr. Untalan stunned by the accusation of attempting to wound the archbishop, but even more stunned - though he phrases it differently - at the Vicar General's absolute STUPIDITY regarding the canon law he is supposed to have a doctorate in: the decision of the AFC in the matter of the transfer of title is NOT "consultative," as David the Liar claimed. As per canon law, the AFC decision in this matter was to be considered "binding."
Read the full email string here.
But as filthy rotten as David the VG shows himself to be in this episode, this is nothing compared to what we are about to expose. And this time the bad news won't be coming just from this blog. Look for it David. Oh, and call Jackie.