Friday, June 17, 2016


A bill that would lift the statute of limitations in cases involving child sex abuse will go up for a public hearing on June 27.  Introduced by Senator Frank Blas, Jr., Bill 326 was referred to Senator Frank Aguon Jr.'s committee. Aguon says he is working with Blas to strengthen the measure.

The hearing on the 27th gets underway at 10am at the Guam Legislature in Hagatna.


  1. I'm so incensed when I look at the photos of these young boys who had their lives forever changed and their innocence stripped, literally, by the serial pedophile TONY. Unbelievable how he continues to remain Archbishop of Agana. I plan to be at the hearing on the 27th. I hope others will show their support as well.

  2. Janet B - MangilaoJune 17, 2016 at 12:38 PM

    Maybe Deacon for sure for sure and dakon "so I was there?" can testify on the merits of bringing serial sex offenders to justice, since they are such staunch supporters of the Church and the Pope's efforts to rid our beloved Church of these vermin pedophiles.

  3. Tim,

    a picture is indeed worth a thousand words. Putting the pictures of these men when they were boys side by side is powerful and says it all.

  4. Certainly hope that people realize that the issue of child sex abuse is not just a church issue, but a serious island, national and international issue.

  5. For those people who are still thinking that these young men are "Liars", just remember that, regardless of the horrible crime that was done to them, they remained humble and true to their Catholic Church. They did not question their religion but are against the person who is the head of the Catholic Church and dared to abuse them.