Thursday, March 24, 2016


Tell Tony, David, and Adrian to pack their bags....and stuff Pius in one. Bye.

OUR VIEW: Land agency fixes must go through Superior Court

The Department of Land Management needs to follow the proper procedures when it handles land records, and Gov. Eddie Calvo must ensure the agency does so.
Last week, the agency corrected an error on the record of the former Accion Hotel, which is now the Redemptoris Mater Archdiocesan Missionary Seminary of Guam. But it did so without going through the Superior Court of Guam, which is required.

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Note: For those abroad who don't know what this is about. Our archbishop, a member of the neocatechumenal way, in 2011, secretly conveyed title to a mega-million dollar property to the Redemptoris Mater Seminary, which, according to its corporate documents is 100% controlled by members of the neocatechumenal way, and 75% controlled by Giuseppe and Claudia Gennarini and Angelo Poschetti, the responsible team for the neocatechumenal way for the United States. When this was discovered in 2015, Apuron and his cronies spent massive amounts of time and money trying to prove that he did not convey the title including obtaining and publishing a false certificate of title, and when outed, worked with our Department of Land Management behind the scenes to obtain three more, all of which are false, publishing the latest false certificate, after circumventing the law, this past Palm Sunday. This is the Kiko Arguello's Neocatechumenal Way on display for the world to see. 

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