Tuesday, May 17, 2016

I'VE NEVER STOPPED CRYING - ROY QUINTANILLA

FORTY YEARS OF HELL - WE DIDN'T CALL IT THE "APURON REIGN OF TERROR" FOR NOTHING!


http://www.guampdn.com/story/news/2016/05/16/man-alleges-archbishop-molested-him/84469094/






Mr. Quintanilla's letter to Apuron




STATEMENT BY SNAP

Statement by Joelle Casteix of Newport Beach, CA, Western Regional Director of SNAP, Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAPNetwork.org) (jcasteix@gmail.com, 949-322-7434 cell)

We applaud Roy T. Quintanilla, who today bravely stood and told his story of sexual abuse. It is always difficult for survivors to come forward and expose abusers, but when the accused predator is one of the most powerful people in a community, it takes herculean effort and strong support. By coming forward today, Roy has made Guam safer for children, exposed a horrific crime and decades-long cover-up, and began the journey towards healing, for himself and the Catholic community at large.

We encourage Catholics and the general public to talk openly about abuse and discuss sexual abuse with their children. We also ask that anyone who has seen or suspected abuse to come forward and report to law enforcement and civil authorities, not the church.

The time for Apuron’s petty threats and continued secrecy is over. We ask that Apuron immediately step down as bishop and that the archdiocese aggressively reach out to anyone who has been sexually abused by priests, employees or volunteers in the church. We also ask that the archdiocese work hand-in-hand with civil authorities and advocacy groups to expose all crimes that archdiocese officials and Apuron may have covered up.

We encourage Guam’s lawmakers to revisit civil window legislation and ensure that a new window law holds accountable third-party enablers who cover up and foster abuse. Similar laws in Minnesota, Hawaii, California, and Delaware uncovered vast conspiracies that allowed predators to continue to work with children far after church officials knew that the predator was a risk. Guam’s last civil window had no “teeth,” because victims could not expose the men and women who covered up abuse. Because of that, victims remained fearful and did not use the civil courts to expose their abusers. A new, more robust law can change that and expose abusers across the island.

Finally, we want to thank the Catholic community of Guam. They stood up to injustice and cover-up and created a safe environment for survivors like Roy to come forward and get healing. They are the true heart of the Catholic Church on Guam

(SNAP, the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, is the world’s oldest and largest support group for clergy abuse victims. SNAP was founded in 1988 and has more than 20,000 members. Despite the word “priest” in our title, we have members who were molested by religious figures of all denominations, including nuns, rabbis, bishops, and Protestant ministers. Our website is SNAPnetwork.org)

Contact - Joelle Casteix (949-322-7434 cell, jcasteix@gmail.com), Barbara Dorris (314-503-0003 cell, bdorris@SNAPnetwork.org), Barbara Blaine (312-399-4747,bblaine@snapnetwork.org)

52 comments:

  1. My only thought: he should have resigned when he had the chance.

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  2. For years, we've heard rumors that AAA molested boys. Finally, someone had the strength to come forward and tell his story. The truth will always prevail. When I watched this interview, my heart went out to Roy Quintanilla because I could see the agony he's endured for the past 40 years. My prayers go out to you and to our church. May we all have the strength to endure this painful experience and heal from it. I sincerely hope that AAA FINALLY does the right thing. Return. Restore. Resign. And add to that - REDRESS!

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  3. And so it begins...

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  4. Brother tony come out come out wherever you are. More will come.

    Mr. Roy Quintanilla, my prayers to you for being brave and coming out. You deserve all the credit for not keeping silent and I hope others will look up to you and see the strength you have overcome.

    I hope that you and your family will find some peace and closure. You've suffered long enough and my prayers go out to you and your family. God Bless You.

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  5. Let us all pray for Roy and his family, and for other victims as well. May closure and healing follow for our entire Faith community.

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  6. God bless you, Roy, for your courage. May the healing process begin and you find true peace. And God bless all the victims of abuse.

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  7. Mr. Quintanilla my prayers are with you!

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  8. Mr. Roy Quintanilla, prayers to you and your family. God bless you.

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  9. For the whole world to see. God help our local Church.

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  10. Your a good man Ray. You exposed an esteemed predator. We stand with you.

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  11. Tim, I join the world in thanking you. Again!

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  12. Even incarcerated prisoners have a great distaste for child molesters. Hope you go to jail and try what you did to our children.

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  13. What else can be said? We are giving all our thoughts and prayers to Mr Quintanilla and his family.
    Thank you for your courage and determination.
    May you find peace and solace with this action.

    To all the naysayers, repent!

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  14. Despite the recent turn of events, the KAKA filled Dungbat continues to claim that the Archbishop is innocent and that we must concede defeat...Truth is that ArchNEO CULT Prebyter Anthony Sablan Apuron should have resigned years...Sadly his ego "You can't touch me" will now haunt him and his family name...Time to start evicting the NEOs from our churches, since Brother Tony's failed leadership was a sham to begin with...

    DianaMay 17, 2016 at 7:33 AM
    Dear Anonymous at 7:22 am,

    Conflict can be resolve if both sides listen and want to work out the conflict. The jungle, CCOG, and LFM never wanted to listen. They wanted the conflict resolve their way. There was no compromise with them. For three years, the Archdiocese have been saying that the RMS property belongs to the Archbishop, but the jungle, CCOG, and LFM still have not been able to get passed that. Since they disagree, a lawsuit would settle that problem, and there you have unity. Once the judge rules in favor of the Archbishop, the jungle, CCOG, and LFM have no choice but to concede defeat.

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    1. I see that May posted this at 7:33AM, 3 and half hours before Ground Zero D-Day. Hey May. I've only just begun. We are going to expose this filthy monster you are protecting like you can't even imagine. Talk about an "arduous and painful closure to his assignment...!" Just wait. You can't even imagine what's coming, sweetheart. Better take Jesus' advise and "flee to the mountains."

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    2. May,
      Now you guys want to talk? F-I-N-A-L-L-Y!! Okay, we'll talk. We'll talk in a court of law and can't wait to hear how you and your leader are going to bolabola yourselves out of this one. Sorry, you're decades late and a dollar short. We'll talk.

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  15. Roy, prayers for you and your family and the strength to get trough this hidden secret you held for many years! May God bless the mother church and her people!

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  16. Roy, may you and the other victims, and we know there are others, continue to have the courage and faith to speak out and press our Church to clean house.

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  17. God Bless you for finally speaking the truth and protecting our Church!

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  18. Tim, may God bless you and your family.

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    1. Fuck your family Tim

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    2. No, I kept Tony boy away from mine. Courage.

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    3. Dear courageous anon at 2.45, you are as stupid as you are crude and senseless. This only demonstrate the hate you have of any truth that disturb your little mediocre comfort.
      Moron!

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    4. Anon @ 2:45 PM: How can you claim to be the salt and light to the world with a mouth like that. Go get some soap and wash your mouth. Better yet, use salt and vinegar and douche it.

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    5. 2:45, I think you were or are still a victim....the difference is you want it to continue.

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  19. Roy, may you and the other victims, and we know there are others, continue to have the courage and faith to speak out and press our Church to clean house.

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  20. Ai Apo'wrongee, annok pa'go na TI MAIMAIGO SI YU'US!

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  21. F. Leon GuerreroMay 17, 2016 at 12:59 PM

    Thank you, Mr. Quintanilla for coming out and doing the right thing for yourself and others who may have been victims. I am sure this was very difficult for you and your family. I am so sorry that you had to endure all those years of emotional turmoil. My heart cries out for you and all victims of sexual abuse on Guam. I pray that you may start to heal and find that closure that you deserve. Si Yu'us un binendisi.

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  22. Think of all the poor people and children who have this filthy monster in their wedding pictures, confirmation pictures, etc. They're going to have to tear them up or tear him out. Archie already looking for a lawyer. Note to Archie: you should be looking to get the hell out of here, pronto!

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    1. I thought Jackie was his lawyer?

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    2. Obviously not good enough for Tony. (Is she good enough for anybody after what we saw her do with the false certificate of title?). Sorry Tony, David Lujan is the best guy to have in a situation like this, and it appears he already has a client...maybe several. LOL. Good luck. You wanted a fight. You got one. Hey, where's your goon?

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    3. These neos have a crackerjack attorney in Jackie, a crackerjack deacon in Claros, a crackerjack pope in Kiko and a crackerjack molesting bishop in Apuron. How many more surprises are we going get in the crackerjack box?

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    4. Don't forget the crackerjack spokesperson from Brazil.

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  23. my heart breaks for Roy Quintanilla. My heart breaks for our true Catholic Church. ARCHBISHOP RESIGN NOW. NEOS LEAVE NOW.

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  24. My family and I send prayers to Roy and his family. We pray healing begins for you and yours. And because we in the jungle are considered by the NEO Cult as being "unChristian", I will offer prayers for the archbishop himself. May God have mercy on you. Now...do the right thing, archbishop.

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    1. Beautiful comment, Raymond. Yes, as difficult as it may be, we need to pray for the archbishop as well. God help us all.

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  25. Filthy disgusting NEOS threatening us and telling us we aren't Catholic! REALLY!!!!! Liars. Rapists. Sinners. Thieves. That's you the NEO bunch. Tried to cover up this like you did Father Luis Camacho. What else huh? Scum. You all are Satan. Get out of our island!!!

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  26. Innocent until proven guilty. the same was said about father John Wadeson but it turned out to be completely FALSE. I Guess time will tell. PRAYERS out to EVERYONE

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    1. Oh really. Is that how Apuron treated Fr. Paul and Msgr. James. Hell, Guilty until proven innocent and even guilty after proven innocent is Apuron's bad ass MO. But you should read up on Wadeson again. He was NOT found innocent. The archbishop of Los Angeles only stated that "the allegation was not verified," which is not surprising since it happened 40 years ago. Wadeson himself never said it was innocent.

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    2. 1:27 PM, Mr. Quintanilla put his John Hancock on his testimony against the Apo'wrongee, so I believe the man.

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    3. Karma has a way of finding balance. It appears that Apuron will get a dose of his harsh judgment although the people are not into "tooth for a tooth, eye for an eye." They are extremely gracious by subscribing to "innocent until proven guilty," the way he should have dealt with at least two of his priests who never got the chance to defend themselves.

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  27. Sounds like he's reading what you wrote him Tim????? just take a lie detector test, both of you.........

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    1. Yah. I guess I fooled David Lujan too. Damn, I'm good.

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    2. Ah yes Anon at 4.03!!! Already attacking the victim?

      It did not take you long! Poor Sap

      I guess when you dwell in the gutter, you cannot even smell your own garbage....

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    3. Blinders. Take them off.

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    4. 4:03 - if your child or minor relative is a victim, I hope you don't say the same thing "innocent until proven guilty".

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  28. God bless you Mr. Quintanilla. I pray that the healing begins in your life and the lives of the other victims of Anthony Sablan Apuron.

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  29. How much you getting pay Roy????????????????/

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    1. RMS in the jungle, RMS in the jungle. You can easily tell by their ESL fruits.

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  30. This explains why Apuron joined the NCW. He had skeletons in his closet.

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  31. Bruce & Jesusa WilliamsMay 17, 2016 at 9:45 PM

    Our prayers are with Roy and the Quintanilla family as the healing begins. Roy's testimony took tremendous courage, faith and family support.
    Now the ball is in Apuron's court, a chance to come clean or continue the LIE. Either "way" he must resign. We'll pray that he finds the courage to do what is right. St. Michael the Archangel defend us in battle...

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