Thursday, April 14, 2016

HEY JOE

Today, during Phill LG's K57 show, "Joe" called in and chastised Phill and K57 in general for talking about the Luis Camacho affair, suggesting that K57 would be responsible if the girl (involved with Luis) did anything "self-inflicted" (he also used the word "suicide") because K57 talk show hosts were not being mindful of the "other party" and "extending it (the affair) out." 

So, "Joe," I just wanted to thank you for your "concern" and let you know that you now need to call the PDN as they just reported that a 45 year old man is accused of raping an 11 year old girl. According to you, they should not be "extending this out" and possibly causing another "self-inflicted," right?

P.S. Joe. Did you lie when Phill asked you if you were a member of the NCW? Because that's a talking book right out of Pius the Putrid's stinking brain. 


7 comments:

  1. Damn, can't these Neos come up with a better name than "Joe"? How about using Jackie, Mike or Liz? Why would you guys smudge a nice name like "Joe"? BTW fake "Joe", the victims can only be protected by exposing these scum. Airing it out will expose these animals for what they are, cesspool dwellers.

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    1. Joe is the father of the girl. Neither the girl nor her parents are members of the NCW community.

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  2. Archdiocese of Agana reported an ongoing investigation into the sexual life of Fr.Luis Camacho. May we know the names of those who are investigating.?

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    1. 6:11 answer: NO you may not.

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    2. Janet B - MangilaoApril 15, 2016 at 5:09 PM

      If Archdiocese is exploring the sex like of Fr Luis, and it has taken 13 months so far, what does that say about the sex life of this priest. LOL/Scary as hell.

      Maybe he is trying to keep up with his little brother Gabe in the seminary. Sounds like these two brothers could generate a whole new community on Guam. Maybe that's the new kiko growth plan!

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  3. 6:11 PM, we know the standard answer to that, "It's in there somewhere, we will try to find it." More than a year later, still looking, still looking...or are they looking? The truth is, and we all know it, there never was anything to back up their claims.

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  4. "keep it in the family" continues to be the dominant mindset on the island. there's a little wisdom to that, but also a lot of harm.

    of course we must protect and help the victims.

    but we also have a duty to seek justice and truth, for the greater good. sin affects everyone, regardless of how "personal" a sin may seem, even though the effects are different on different people. how many excuses have we heard along the lines of: "my conduct doesn't affect you, so why should you care?" but that excuse isn't true. it isn't true for any sin. think about it.

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