Thursday, June 9, 2016

KUAM: ARCHBISHOP'S ACCUSES VISIT ALLEGED SCENE OF CRIME


It was an emotional homecoming for former Agat residents Walter Denton and Doris Concepcion. United by tragedy, but moving forward with one purpose - to ensure the removal of Archbishop Anthony Apuron - who they believe is hiding behind the cloth. Both live in separate cities in Arizona, but are here on Guam to share with everyone and anyone their story.   CONTINUED

14 comments:

  1. Now that Agat Incidents have been revealed, what about the other locations...maybe the seminaries. That's why we need to get law investigators involved. They have the training and experience to break the case.

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    1. Yes check the RMS. Especially the ones that always drive him around.

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  2. God bless you Doris. My family supports you 100%!

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  3. According to Deacon Martinez, up to 12 other altar boys from the time of the alleged incidents have since passed away. And AtchNEO Cult Presbyter Apuron alleges that these revelations are a conspiracy to undermine his position. Instead of extending a helping hand, he hired lawyers at our expense to prosecute the survivors of his abuse.

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  4. Diana/ Maybe slogs On.


    AnonymousJune 9, 2016 at 8:53 PM
    And Archbishop Hon said that Apuron will not make ANY decisions at all about our archdiocese and that Apuron MUST cooperate with him. You forgot that part.

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    DianaJune 9, 2016 at 9:03 PM
    Dear Anonymous at 8:53 pm,

    And Archbishop Hon said that Archbishop Apuron is still the Archbishop of Agana Guam while his position here is temporary. Did you forget that part?

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  5. This is my remarks to the KAKA filled NEO Cult Dungbats post below (not sure if it will be published)...

    Let us not forget the emotional and psychological pain these victims go through. Most victims turn to alcohol or drugs to help conceal their pain. Twelve (12) altar boys during the time ArchNEO Cult Presbyter Anthony Sablan Apuron (aka Brother Tony) was Pastor in Agat have since passed away. How many of these young men suffered because of abuse we will never know. How many remaining survivors of abuse continue to suffer because of this? We as a society must acknowledge the pain inflicted and help the remaining survivors and all victims of abuse with the healing process. Threats of legal and canonical actions validates Brother Tony’s threat after abusing these innocent young boys “No one will believe you if you tell”. The action described by the KAKA Filled NEO Cult Dungbat and its followers on the blog post below further authenticates that they are not Catholic and follow a different religion.

    DianaJune 9, 2016 at 8:16 PM
    Dear Anonymous at 3:34 pm,

    I still stand by the principle "innocent until proven guilty in a court of law." That is our justice system. It is so easy for you to point fingers, but one day when you or someone close to you is arrested simply because they happen to be at the wrong place at the wrong time, then you will understand the importance of that democratic principle. Our justice system is based on that principle. I do not live in a Muslim or Communist country where people are guilty until proven innocent. I believe in "due process."

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    1. And where was this belief in due process when it was the NCW accusing Father Paul and Msgr James? Just the other day, I read another Diana post where she threw out the "financial mismanagement at the ACB" line. Funny thing is, AAA actually denied that's the reason he removed Msgr James from the ACB -- in fact, AAA claimed that it was actually Tim Rohr who suggested it, and that Msgr James simply received a "new assignment." Belief in due process my (bleep).

      I guess it's true what they say about telling lies: once you tell one, you have to tell more... and then you have to remember them. Naughty, naughty Dianas.

      To paraphrase Lewis Carroll: "Little Diana fell d o w n the hOle, bumped her head and bruised her soul"

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  6. This is not so much about Apuron as the pain that survivors go through. As far as I am concerned, Apuron is distant memory. He is history but still has to face the consequences of his acts. My heart is moved by the strength and courage of Doris and Walter. I cannot help but visualize the scene at the foot of the cross. United in grief, Mary and the beloved Disciple resolved to take care of each other with the help of the small Christian community. We sincerely hope that Doris and Walter, as well as their families, know of our prayers for healing and promise of support. Deacon Steve is an authentic deacon of the Church in helping to heal memories and pain inflicted on these individuals. In the face of unspeakable evil, denials and lies, we must press forward towards the healing of our Archdiocese. There can be no healing and peace if the arrogant neos remain on the island.

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    1. Fr.Matthew Blockley.June 10, 2016 at 12:48 PM

      Beautiful reflection 4.47am. As i watch mam Dorris i am reminded of Our Blessed Mother at the foot of the cross. I cannot even imagine the pain of Dorris. But i do know God's power can heal all at the end of the day.

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  7. Great point Richard, but apparently Diana (May Llanes)and all NEO Cult Dungbats don't believe in KARMA either.

    "Karma has no menu, you get serve what you deserve...
    Here's a good for tony. When a bird is alive, it eats ants. When the bird died, ants eat it. Circumstances can change at any time. Don't devaluea or hurt anyone in this life. You may be powerful then but time is more powerful than you. What goes around, comes around.

    How true, now it's all coming to light.

    Esta.

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    1. - I really do not want to post this but in My - Remember - My Opinion - KARMA is a Bit_ _ and Yes KARMA has a Menu! Do Not Mess with KARMA! It may not happen today but You Never Know About Tomorrow!

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    2. Fr.Matthew Blockley.June 10, 2016 at 12:43 PM

      Esta so true.karma is not a part of our catholic faith. However i prefer to use term " Divine Justice" In God's time not man's time He will cast Divine Justice and when you stand on the side of God the side of Truth you have no need to fear.
      Guam now needs the creative breath of the Holy Spirit to bring His gift of peace Unity and healing.

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  8. This LLanes lady needs to be exposed for what she is. Let all her coworkers, family, friends, whomever, that she gets off on persecuting rape survivors. Go ahead, May, sling that stuff. Then when you're completely isolated, you'll remember. That seems to be the only way you will keep her fat trap shut.

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  9. Don't worry about Llanes friends and coworkers. It is her family that needs to know. Maybe Barry may help in notifying them.

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