Tuesday, May 17, 2016

APURON CALLS ROY QUINTANILLA AND HIS FAMILY LIARS


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My dear faithful,

As you know there has been a series of attacks against myself and the catholic church in these past three years. As predicted just four days ago, these malicious ads have now resulted in a false accusation of sexual abuse. To be absolutely clear and to avoid any misinterpretation of my statement, I deny all allegations of sexual abuse by Roy Quintanilla. I humbly ask for your prayers and encourage all our faithful to pray for me and for those behind this concerted effort to injure our catholic church. I will continue to defend the faith and give my life for the truth. Thank you. Si Yu’os Ma’ase.

43 comments:

  1. What a disgusting man. Step down now.

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  2. Archbishop - Mr. Quintanilla is not the only one. You know that. The others shall come forward as well. Prepare yourself.

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  3. The utter ARROGANCE of this man! How DARE he state that the recent attacks have been on the church? Our protests and demonstrations have been against YOU, AAA, and your merry band of miscreants AKA Neocats. You think YOU are the church? The gall of you! Let me state this loudly and clearly..... YOU are not the CHURCH! The PEOPLE are the CHURCH! Those who walk in the WAY DO NOT FOLLOW the church's teachings. Their obedience to Kiko and not the POPE summarily disqualifies them from being considered the church. This archbishop is a deluded shell of a spiritual leader.

    From now on, EVERY time he shows his face, EVERY time he presides over mass, EVERY time he "acts" on behalf of the church, all we'll see is a pathetic man trying desperately to hang on to whatever vestiges of power that remain. Give up already! For the sake of everyone, especially the trail of victims that continues to grow, RESIGN! We do not respect you or anything that comes out of your serpent mouth.

    Just watch his non-verbal cues. His voice wavered when he said "deny."

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    1. I noticed the paper he read from trembling. That is not normal for him. That demonstrates anxiety, fear perhaps rage.

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    2. DianaMay 17, 2016 at 4:16 PM
      Dear Anonymous at 1:00 pm,

      My name is not May. Yes, the truth will prevail in this case with the Archbishop. I am sure that the Archbishop will continue to pursue the lawsuit.

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    3. I feel terrible for Roy Quintanilla and what he suffered. I am impressed by his courage in coming forward. He is a brave and selfless soul for having done so. I assume that this will usher in the end of the Archbishop's reign on Guam. I am disappointed that it was something so tragic and salacious and not the simple fact that he is leading a proto-protestant sect toward the take-over of our Church that will have given rise to his removal. This gives the NCW an opportunity to escape relatively unscathed and to continue their efforts to take over the Catholic Church on Guam.

      ~Shane Intihar

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  4. As I predicted earlier this afternoon.
    Deny, deflect (people have been attacking me and the church), destroy (they are liars)

    Nothing new in the way the neos operate. That can only hold with one accuser.
    Put your seat-belt on.

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  5. Poor thing, he does 't get it. His facial expression and eyes do not reflect the denial. Like a viper when cornered.

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  6. Apuron and his cronies will bluff and bluster and go through all the motions protesting his innocence,threatening the "spreaders of malicious lies" with all sorts of punishment at the same time, until the Sexual Abuse Response Coordinator (dakon larry claros) pronounces apuron "after an intensive investigation," not guilty (no surprise there) and therefore consider the matter closed. But, one thing I believe they won't do, for reasons we all know, is file civil lawsuits against anyone.

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  7. Give it up already brother tony. Enough is enough. You are not the Catholic Church. You are a PEDIFILE hiding behind the cloth. You are selfish up even ask for prayers for yourself and not for the victim who bravely came forward and for the faithful flock who has documented everything you have deflected.

    Even dákun claros is biased and shouldn't even oversee this case. I question everything that's happening under you brother tony. You've managed to publicly crucify fr. Gofigan and Monsignor Benevente without any due process and you even threatened and got rid of deacon Martinez. People who have earned the trust of the faithful. You placed idiots in their former positions, which I'm sure they are running the diocese to the ground.

    You've allowed these neo-idiots to publicly confess during the mass which takes away from the real reason FOR THE MASS.

    Your time is up and it's time you resign but I fear that this diocese will be brought down to the point where the flock will look elsewhere.

    Do what is right for once so that the healing can begin. Even watching your video press release, your hands are shaking just by looking at the written statement you were holding. Would an innocent person shake? The victim suffered for 40yrs while you laid on your recliner and watched a football game and you still only ask for prayers for yourself. That's what I call selfish.

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    1. Sorry Anon, the word his pedophile, pedifile is a file of feet...
      Other than that you are right on the money.

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    2. Yeah....what about that, archbishop? You ask people to pray for you but not ask for prayers for your accuser? Real Christian of you, archbishop, Real Christian. BTW, the Man'umko you were addressing with your futile outreach via our native tongue, are tired of you pulling the wool over their eyes. Your plea fell on deaf ears.

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  8. Rebuttal must have been written by Edi the Waldo. He likes to use the word "liars". Question: Tony have you lost all of your marbles listening to this buffoon of a spokesperson?

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  9. Yes, the non verbals were loud and clear. Like Niro, he'll see Rome burn down before admitting anything. You are a sorry peice of work, archbishop. You know the saying......when it rains, it pours. You had better have your raincoat or at least those hench boys of yours to cover you. I am one that said you need the prayers too, archbishop, but I swear, you make it more difficult.

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  10. Why does Bro Tony need to read from a piece of paper. I did not see much eye contact in his speech. He definitely could not look straight into the camera and simply say, I deny all allegations. I am innocent! Something smells like monkey poo!

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  11. neocatechumenal Bishop during Public Confessions (a.k.a. the "scrutinies" of the NCW) :

    what could possibly go wrong ?

    what if he admitted there those Currently Denied Sins, and some of his Community Brothers came up to speak out ?

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  12. Great job Tim. You'll probably hit 20,000 views tomorrow, mostly from Rome.

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  13. Hahahaha! Basta umbre Tony! Put him on the stand! Under oath! We'll see how long you last.

    Let's see how many more will follow Roy Quintanilla's lead. Silent no more.

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  14. He dropped the ball, called Roy & the Quintanilla family liars, equated himself to the church and then "humbly" asked for our prayers? Had he retired that would've had the semblance of humility (or common sense), but therein lies the symptom of a pathological liar. Yes we will pray for your soul and those that you have deceived in the WAY. St. Michael the Archangel defend us in battle...

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    1. I sincerely doubt that there is a soul left to pray for. His bountiful web of lies and constant bullying of local priests is a true sign that ArchNEO Cult Presbyter Anthony Sablan Apuron has sold it to the devil.

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  15. What a PEA BRAIN you are Brother Nono', YOU just DON'T Uunderstand what we are fighting for. YOU ARE NOT THE CATHOLIC CHURCH! We NEVER said anything against the Catholic Church. Just because you are the Archbishop, THIS DOES NOT MAKE YOU THE CATHOLIC CHURCH. It's about YOU not lending your heart and soul to the ENTIRE Catholic community but instead to the so called, "SELECT FEW."

    Your expression on PNC was as cold as ice!



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    1. Watch the stream of his masses at CB no expression. Reading homily someone else wrote, never looking up. Really cold. Such a great example for his 49 refugee seminarians. Hey, Tony, you going to preside at Mass for Religious? That would be horrible. Don't you dare.

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  16. Fr.Matthew Blockley.May 18, 2016 at 12:25 AM


    Makes me vomit watching him.

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  17. Fr.Matthew Blockley.May 18, 2016 at 12:32 AM

    The conplaints are not about the Catholic Church. Do not associate the catholic church church with this. The catholic church does not need your defence. You idiot.

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  18. He didn't do it. Stop bothering him already

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    1. How can you be so sure. I guess Roy was so kind not to include you in his statement. You must have been there because you are so sure.

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  19. Tony, Oh! Tony, maybe you didn't remember who in Saipan you victimized . Well... then it's okay, someone has already contacted David Lujan.

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  20. after all these years...

    I've always heard the phrase "lie through our teeth" and always wondered what that looked like...

    now, I'd regret ever wanting to know...

    if brother tony was trying to prove that a "picture is worth a thousand words", he failed...

    as an individual, he DID NOT portray honesty, humility, integrity, truthfulness...

    so, for me the question becomes... can I attest to his... my answer is not only a "NO" but a "HELL NO", I CAN NOT ATTEST TO HIS statement...

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  21. I wish that the next press conference held in front of the Chancery be publicized in advance, at least by social media, so that more people can attend and show their support for the courageous sexual abuse victim(s) of apuron.

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  22. Tony Boy said: "I humbly ask for your prayers and encourage all our faithful to pray for me and for those behind this concerted effort to injure our catholic church. I will continue to defend the faith and give my life for the truth".

    1. Tony, you are not the Catholic Church.
    2. Defend your faith? You mean your NEO faith?
    3. Give your life for the truth. Okay, how about 20 years in the slammer sounds about right.

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  23. shut yo mouth 007. Lol

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  24. Good morning NEO Anon@10:17 AM. Telling someone to shut their mouth and laughing about it, is a clear sign that you are a punk. P.S. Learn how to spell and stop playing in the Jungle.

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    1. 007 Don't pick on that guy. He just learned lol and wanted to try it. LOL. Of course, nothing much to LOL about.

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  25. why? what are you going to do about it?

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    1. baba eno boy, I debel eno. Basta humugando gi jungle. Sigi ya un guesgues hao. Punitero...

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    2. Well Anon at 12.20, if I was not worried you enjoyed it, I would spank you.

      Then wash your mouth with soap, and send you back to your room.
      Little brat.
      LOL

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  26. @anon 12:20 pm. What will your community think of you when you tell them that James 007 just kicked your ass like the punk you are?

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  27. Doesn't the Sexual abuse policy call for removal of the accused, regardless of guilt/innocence until a panel can be convened to investigate? and because this is so high up the food chain shouldn't the diocese hire an outside investigator who would be less biased? Oh but this doesn't apply to the neos and their cronies aye?

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  28. In his video response to Roy Quintanilla's DIRECT and PUBLIC accusation, covered by the media, that apuron sexually molested him when he was 12 years old, apuron only says Roy Quintanilla is lying but does NOT threaten to sue him for defamation of character. Why not sue Roy Quintanilla, apuron? His accusation that you, apuron, had sexually molested him has now spread all over the world and you don't bother to even just threaten him with a lawsuit, let alone threaten him with excommunication? Why not, apuron?

    Is it because his accusations against you is, in truth, not a defamation of your character, but really an AFFIRMATION of your depravities, which will only be confirmed by a court of law, if ever a lawsuit is filed by either party? Too late, apuron, the court of public opinion has already convened and found you GUILTY! And anything you say or don't say, anything you do or don't do, is being used against you!

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    1. Wow. You really nailed it.

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  29. Marilu D. MartinezMay 18, 2016 at 8:48 PM

    For far too long Archbishop, the faithful have not only observed but felt the different levels and ways you condescendingly treated and regarded our island faithful and our non-neo Clergy who steadfastly refuse to bow down to the non-Catholic and heretical ways of the neo-catechumenal religion that you chose to sell your soul to. We have been the brunt of your lies, deceit, fraud and your belittling of our intelligence by your transparent attempts to pull the wool over our eyes! You did not succeed!

    Now Archbishop, in shameless boldness and smug-satisfaction, you dare ask the faithful of our Church to choose to believe you over the victim who accuses you of sexual molestation; over the child-victim you took advantage of, and over the child-victim you planted fear into by flexing a trust and priestly authority that young altar boys had for you? Your self-developed mendacious reputation will, unfortunately, now be only one of the causes of your downfall.

    Take this last opportunity Archbishop, to salvage at least whatever bit of dignity you can still salvage because Archbishop, the faithful of our Church on Guam believe Roy Quintanilla and will have his back. We applaud Roy’s courageousness and his family’s loving stance in support of him and we will keep him in our prayers. Yes, we will also pray for you Archbishop -- that you may find sincere humility and “true compunction of heart” to apologize to and to ask forgiveness from your victims first -- and then, from our all-knowing, all-just, all-merciful and all-loving God and Creator.

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  30. Perhaps his attitude stems from all the indulgences he's been pushing.
    Maybe he really thinks the indulgence will exonerate him.
    I thinks he forgot that first you must have true contrition before you can avail of an indulgence.

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  31. Remission of sin does not depend on the attempt to gain an indulgence. Sincere repentance, the grace of forgiveness and the contrite will to make amends do help in the remission of sins. In this case of grave cause, one cannot presume instant absolution but entails a genuine desire to reach out to an individual who alleges to be a victim of sexual perversion.

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