Monday, June 13, 2016

AND NOW FOR THE BAD NEWS ABOUT RMS

Smiling all the way to the bank. 
While the good news is we were able to embarrass Gennarini and the other goons who run RMS into amending its Articles of Incorporation so that at least the next Archbishop of Agana would inherit a seat on the all-controlling BOARD OF GUARANTORS, the bad news is that Apuron still holds that title. And as long as he holds that title, legally, Archbishop Hon CANNOT touch him

You've got to give it to Giuseppe. He knew what he was doing back in 2002 when he and his lawyers wrote up the RMS articles so that they would one day be able to spit in the face of Rome should anyone touch their beloved Tony. 

Because RMS is incorporated apart from the Archdiocese of Agana and under the corporation laws of Guam, RMS is a full-fledged Guam corporation UNACCOUNTABLE to Hon


I'll explain in a minute, but this is why Apuron could blast away as ARCHBISHOP OF AGANA from the pages of the RMS gala booklet as he did yesterday

You see, it doesn't matter that Pope Francis has assigned an Administrator to Guam and removed Apuron's authority within the Church. RMS, legally, is NOT subject to the Church nor to the Administrator assigned to the governance of this diocese. As a separate legal entity, a Guam corporation,  RMS is ONLY subject to the Government of Guam. 

Legally, as long as Apuron retains the title "Archbishop of Agana," he retains legal authority under the laws of Guam as a Corporation Sole. Rome's decree removing Apuron from authority within the Church has NO effect on how the Government of Guam views the legal entity known as "Archbishop of Agana." 

And as long as Apuron is permitted to hold that title and no successor has been named, Apuron, under the laws of Guam REMAINS Archbishop of Agana, and as such, is not just one of four members of the RMS Board of Guarantors, but is also its Chairman of the Board and sole Incorporator. 

In other words, despite Hon's presence, Apuron retains his authority and positions per RMS' legal documents and there is NOT a thing Hon can do about it. Thus Apuron can blast away all he wants at us from his position as Chairman of the Board of RMS and retains (as one of four guarantors) 25% control over RMS including where the money goes. 

But that's not all. As the legal entity, Archbishop of Agana, Corporation Sole, Anthony S. Apuron, Incumbent, Apuron retains signature authority over all financial and legal matters of the whole Archdiocese, and Rome cannot do a thing to stop him. 

Right now he could be signing documents selling off any piece of diocesan property he wants to sell. He could be signing documents incurring more debt for the archdiocese. He could be signing documents redirecting funds from different diocesan bank accounts. He could be doing absolutely anything other than what is forbidden him by the pope's decree which only limits his canonical position, NOT his legal one. 

The only way to prevent Apuron from absolutely legally and financially ruining this diocese is for Rome to remove the title Archbishop of Agana from the man named Anthony S. Apuron - that is if he can still be thought of as a man after what we are learning about him. 

This is the danger that the LFM and the CCOG understand which apparently the new Administrator and those who sent him here do not.

The really sad news is that Richard Untalan, former president of the AFC, and the one person who was witness to most of this scamming and scheming by Apuron and Gennarini and who also tried to stop it, explained all this to Archbishop Hon in January 2015. 

20 comments:

  1. So what, if anything, can we or are we to do to save OUR CHURCH?

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    1. Be at the internment tomorrow for Sonny Quinata and be at the next protest.

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    2. Since he did so illegally and without proper authorization, Couldn't the church remove the deed of restriction? and although it won't help much, will Rome admonish them and remind them of JPII's Statement when he allowed these seminaries to be erected that they shall be under the authority of the Local ordinary? I believe that the investigation will reveal the truth, if they ever get it started...
      or would the laity have to sue?

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    3. It's complicated. Explain later.

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    4. Canonically, that is according to Church law, Apuron acted unlawfully when he alienated the Yona property. However, breaking a law and being held accountable and even punished for it depends on someone willing to enforce the law. In the Church, I do not see that happening. Last year Richard Untalan met with Archbishop Hon and laid out the whole thing. There was no question that Apuron violated church law in transferring title to the property. Hon didn't seem to care then and I doubt if he cares now.

      We don't have to depend on Hon though. We can go higher up in the church but it's expensive.

      Civilly, it is quite possible that Apuron violated Guam law. This is the reason the CCOG is raising money. We will need close to $100,000 to pursue this in court. Hope to have more for you soon.

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  2. This is all very informative. Thank you. That picture is so creepy.(shudders)

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  3. This is why we are still protesting. The Church is not out of the woods yet?

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  4. Rome needs to remove Apuron and take control of all her assets before he transfers it all away.

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  5. Archbishop Hon and Father Dan need to step up and gain control of this diocese. It doesn't help them to keep the current group of Neo right next to them. We would rather have off island priest assisting then a bunch of Neo new be's who do not know how to say mass.

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  6. - Apuron - You cannot take all your earthly stolen material goodies with you when you are called to your final destination. I would rather have the respect and love of my fellow Katolikos than all the material goods in the world! I am totally confused why you think you are still "Love and Respected" after all the evil things you have done! What Goes Around - Comes Around! Simple English - You Will Reap What You Sow and, in your case, It Will Not Be Pretty! I, for one, am so looking forward to that day!

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    1. It's quite simple really. That's why he surrounds himself only with neo people, in whose eyes he can do no wrong. So they continually blow smoke up his butt and it goes to his head!

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  7. Stop the limosna since all or most of the money we put in the basket goes to his account!

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  8. Mary Lou Garcia-PeredaJune 14, 2016 at 6:22 AM

    Just a note regarding this RMS scam …

    On Sunday morning, while I sat at the base of the statue of Blessed Diego, to take a short break from walking the picket line in front of the Cathedral-Basilica, Senator Tom Ada approached and asked if he could leave his umbrella in my care. I agreed.
    Toward the end of the protest, he returned to retrieve his umbrella, so I took the opportunity to ask if he ever planned to hold the hearing regarding the issues at Land Management and, without missing a beat, he simply said "No."
    Disappointed, I thanked him for his honesty, saying I just "needed to know."
    He walked away without saying another word.

    I admit, I was disappointed but not surprised by his negative response. I had hoped he would be true to his word, even though he's a politician. Still I will pray he will experience a change of heart and mind and follow through on his promise as there may be others out there who may come to the realization that ownership of their family land might have been transferred to the NCW without their knowledge the same way Apuron was able to do with the RMS property at the direction of his NCW Masters.

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    1. - So what was he doing there? I do not live on Guam and do not know but is it election year on Guam?

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    2. Sad, I was hoping for a little bit more from a U of Dayton grad. A little of the Marianist tradition and values. Oh, well at least he was truthful.

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  9. Thank GOD there was no Altar Girls back then but then again, tony prefer BOYS.

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  10. Anon@7:06am; Yes this is an election year for the Guam Legislature. Each term is two (2) years.

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    1. Well - That sure explains it! Visible but Not Committed!

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  11. Well, shows Pablo was here for the Neo Brothers; certainly not for our local Church of Agana.

    He was more interested than n getting his Doctorate. Gone a lot. Left Harold in charge. Where is that tricky guy?? Haaaaarold, where art thou??? Miss you honey.

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    1. There is some truth to that. Apparently he spent several years attempting to get his doctorate, spending much of that time in Rome - and probably at our expense, and then....GONE.

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