Wednesday, May 18, 2016

ROY TAITAGUE QUINTANILLA

Roy Taitague Quintanilla
11 years old
Altar Boy
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Agat, Guam

"I remember I didn’t sleep that night. I was too afraid to move because I thought you would do more things to me. So I just curled up. I cried then. And I’ve never stopped crying."

- Roy Taitague Quintanilla. May 17, 2016. Letter to Archbishop Anthony Sablan Apuron

16 comments:

  1. What a sick monster this Anthony Sablan Apuron is.

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  2. Janet B - MangilaoMay 18, 2016 at 9:41 PM

    Tony - you are one sick m... f... for doing this to an innocent boy. He was a good boy and you took advantage of him and his parents. Step down you are totally sick and in need of great help!

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  3. Janet B - MangilaoMay 18, 2016 at 9:56 PM

    Such a nice boy. Such a sick monster, Tony!

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  4. You looked like a happy boy Roy. From the TV, you appeared to be one still. Courage dude.

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  5. In Apuron's defense, remember what he did to Roy was ok. Jesus was a sinner. The more you sin, the more Jesus loves you.

    Absolutely Sickening. Tony your trial on earth is nothing to what awaits you after death. Hold on tight. You're going down

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  6. To look at this handsome little boy makes me cry ..for him, for all the kids. Apuron, you proud son of a B, get, the the hell off of the Altar.

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  7. Anthony, despite what Putrid Pius says, sacred Scripture tells us that not all sins are pardonable. Abuse of a 12-year old boy guided by the Holy Spirit to serve mass is not forgivable. The penalty subscribed is a mill stone around your neck and tossed down the deepest part of the Marianas Trench. I am praying for your victims, and may God have mercy on your soul.

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    1. Just a bit of clarification, there is no sin that is beyond God's ability to forgive, except that sin which man does not want to be forgiven. If Apuron did in fact commit these grave injustice against innocent Children, His sins will be forgiven, If he comes to terms and acknowledges he has sinned, repents, and asks for forgiveness. Justice on the other hand must take its course. Our decisions in life are optional for us to choose, the consequences on the other hand are not optional, we have to live with them.

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  8. Ditto on that, brother Gerald!

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  9. We will stand outside the Basilica this Sunday. Perhaps we can be at all entrances. Most especially at Carmen's Restaurant side. This is where the archbishop parks his equus. If he shows up at all. Enough is enough!

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  10. I heard the interview with Roy on Patti Arriyo's show this morning. Thank you for your courage, Roy. We continue to pray for you and for all the other victims, who we also pray, will have the courage to come forth and find closure to all of this. To the archbishop, DO WHAT IS RIGHT.

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  11. F. Leon GuerreroMay 19, 2016 at 10:36 AM

    This is the image that will stick with me and should with us all. And when Patti referred to this picture on her show, this is what brought the awful memories back and brought a previously composed man to tears. We must not forget that this man was the CHILD -VICTIM at the time and that the archbishop was the alleged ADULT abuser. Not only was he the adult, he was a trusted spiritual authority entrusted with this altar boy's well-being and essentially, his faith and his soul. This imbalance of power makes for a complex dynamic of emotions that is very hard for the average person who has never been sexually abused to grasp or even begin to understand. So for those of you who question why this man has taken so long to come forward with his accusations, this is only one of many possible explanations. This picture really brings it home for me.

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  12. Precious boy, wonderful man.

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  13. Thank you Mr. Quintanilla for sharing what happened to you. I have a son who is the age you where when you were violated and what you said hit home. I know my son would not know what to do and how it would hurt him. I think you have helped many and well help many parents be more aware so they can help protect their children better.

    I bought a copy of Joelle Casteix’s book – The Well-Armored Child awhile back. Now I must sit down and read it!

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  14. he.s a grown man liar......... Tim liar!!!!

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