Here it comes, Archbishop Hon. It appears Attorney David Lujan has a different idea of "urgent measures" than you do.
Do you even know who the attorney for the archdiocese is? Will you be calling the trained lawyer?
Good luck. Maybe you better find out who David Lujan is. He eats "trained lawyers" for appetizers and spits out the seeds. Your Vatican career is about to go POOF! Better call Jackie.
P.S. Look what just happened today in Gallup, New Mexico:
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Gallup, N.M., on Tuesday won court approval of its plan to compensate clergy sexual abuse victims, paving the way for it to exit bankruptcy.Following a hearing at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Albuquerque, N.M., Judge David Thuma signed off on the $25 million plan, which is largely funded by contributions from the diocese, insurance carriers, parishes and sales of the diocese’s property.
Do you still want to compare Apuron's victims to some woman who brought a false allegation against some bishop? You're going to cause this diocese to lose more money than Apuron ever gave away. So sad. And to think that the pope sent you here himself. Major fail.