Wednesday, June 15, 2016

ROLAND SONDIA AT 15

When he was molested by Tony "Try Me" Apuron.


52 comments:

  1. What a DISGUSTING man this Apuron is! It's a shame for Guam that he's still our archbishop. Hope it won't be for long now.

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  2. I recall reading or hearing somewhere that Apuron was an alleged serial sex predator. At the time I thought it was a little harsh.
    But now that a fourth survivor had come forward it seems very real. This was not a man who made a single mistake. This is not what the crazy Fr Bibi declared a miscommunication.
    Apuron is a man that stalked his prey. He is a serial criminal by the very definition.

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    1. Keep in mind that the reported incidents happened decades ago in just one parish. I seriously doubt that Apuron stopped preying on boys when he left Agat and moved on to other parishes. What more when he was elevated to bishop. Drunk with power and the pampered life, Tony probably became more bold in his predatory ways.
      Praying for all of Tony's victims, and also praying for justice.

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    2. Yes. He had victims in Agana too. There is at least 4 but are afraid to come out. Pray for these victims.

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    3. At the seminary too!

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    4. Harold, pretty boy, where you at, man?

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    5. I am still your shepherd, I am still the Archbishop of Agana. Bye

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  3. Thank you Roland for your courage. Thank you Lord for giving Roland the courage. Please keep him and his family safe.

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    1. The Lord allowed it to happen, why are you thanking him? Thank Roland and all the people who are helping him and his family now and in the pass.

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    2. Get behind us Satan. Fool you do not know what you are saying. Apuron ' s evil deeds are his own, do not attribute it to God.

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    3. AnonymousJune 15, 2016 at 6:40 PM - "The Lord allowed it to happen"? God created man with a brain to choose between Good and Evil and This Man Chose Evil! Enough Said!

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    4. Ebet is thanking God for giving Roland the courage to speak out about the abuse from Apuron. And, yes, God gave us intellect and will to distinguish right from wrong. God respects our capacity for good as well as our propensity for evil. That Apuron used his power and authority to scandalize young lives for his selfish satisfaction is the tragedy here, second only to the assault on the innocence of his victims. His criminal acts remind me of the biblical advise to put a millstone around one's neck if one causes scandal to any of the little ones.

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    5. Matthew Chapter 18 Verse 6: "But he that shall scandalize one of these little ones that believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone should be hanged about his neck, and that he should be drowned in the depth of the sea!" AMEN.

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  4. More victims around the world that's why he travelled so much!

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    1. Ohhhhh, be careful what you ask for, 7:13 PM. You do not want to know in how many ways and languages he used the standard, "Do you want to try me"? Well, unless you want to suffer nightmares.

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  5. What does Dakon Frank Tenorio, the man who knows everything that goes on in the parish of Agat, have to say now?

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    1. I guess we will never find out since the Demoted Video/Movie Director, Father Edivaldo Da Silva Oliveira (now that's a mouthful), is prohibited from writing anymore scripts! Plus, according to some of the accusers, Dakon Tenorio was not present when the abuses were happening so whatever the Dakon (Liar) says should be considered Lies!

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    2. When is Deacon Tenorio coming out and apologizing that he lied when he said he knew everything that was happening in Agat at that time? Or admit he was forced by Uduvaldo to say those things.

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    3. SILENCE! THEIR SILENCE IS DEAFENING!

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    4. It's not too late uncle Frank don't worry Belive in God not Tony, Tony was the devil you trusted, just like the alter boys trusted Tony, so you can can also come out and say your sorry. The family will understand, especially auntie Tita. Denounced the devil Tony.

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  6. It really hits home when the victim is part of your family! While watching KUAM's Live Feed, here in the USoA, and expecting to get news about Archbishop Hon's answers to all our questions, I was totally shocked to hear of Another Victim! Thank You Roland and Family for coming forward and adding another Believable Victim to Apuron's "House of Horrors"! Wake Up Rome! It is Time to Act and Get Rid of this Evil Person!

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  7. I would always hear rumors about The Yona Seminary. Now I'm wondering what other pediphiles from Guam and off island are living and walking among us. I hope the new Archbiahop Hon looks onto this seminary and makes sure our people are safe. It's his job now to really clean house.

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    1. Why do those seminarians share rooms with one other guy. Every seminary has single room for prayer, study, sleeping. More sickness. Neo rule two by two. Hmmmm

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    2. Is Uduvaldo really shot down?? Now to get him on his way foe good. Bye

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    1. Yep, Fairy Tales 9:01PM and Apuron thought he was the prince charming to little boys! More of a nursery rhyme eh!

      Apuron be Nimble
      Apuron is sick
      Apuron took his grimey hands to feel a little boy's prick.




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    2. Why do you say fairy tales. Do you have the same super power as Deacon Tenorio to know everything happening in Agat. Gosh, at least give us a reason why you think these are fairy tales. You can't just say fairy tales. That's not fair-y.

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    1. More in the PI! This time, he was not alone....ask Evi. To all you RMS seminarians, remember you are here in the US under a VISA status. You break the law or are an accomplice to a crime, then your @$$ is out of here. And for your information, child sex abuse is a crime in the US.

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  10. FR. Matthew Blockley.June 15, 2016 at 9:18 PM


    RICO Stands for the racketeering Influenced and corrupt Organization Act of Federal law. The FBI were explaing the law to me today.

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  11. This latest revelation indicates an incontrovertible fact that Archbishop Apuron has lost the confidence of those who have a clear concept of right and wrong. The Catholic Church has to declare his removal from the Archdiocese of Agana, and possibly laicization, to let the world know that She means business towards zero tolerance for sexual predators, that no matter who perpetuates and when it happened, is not a deterrent to swift justice. The Church must declare that even a single alleged accusation is a serious cause of concern and that Her mission is to protect those who are unable to fend for themselves and in favor of victims at all times. Any perceived partiality in order to protect anyone among the hierarchy severely waters down the message they proclaim on pulpits and puts good priests in the trenches under scrutiny of cynicism and unfair judgment.

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  12. At today's press conference, I thought it was Larry Claros accusing his boss Apuron of molesting him. Then I realized it was Roland. I should have known that Larry, if asked by Tony if "he wanted to try him," would simply say, "okay boss, I try you."

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    1. That was ugly to think of. Claros, yuck.

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    2. " . . .for sure, for sure!

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  13. Where are all our elected leaders? I understand the definition of "Separation of church and state", but these child sex abuse cases are not against the church. They are against a person. He just holds the title of a religious leaders. I bet if we had all these accusations against a regular citizen without a title, our elected leaders would have been all over the media with their bill to gain votes. Come on elected LEADERS, do your job and protect our people, especially our children, of this island.

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    1. A bill is making its way to the Floor of the legislature for civil action. Right now it is in Sen. Frank Aguon's committee, and should have a public hearing before the end of this month of June. Keep an eye out for the public hearing announcement and head over to the legislature to show your support for the Bill!

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    2. Wow lets see if he has the calling!

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  14. Congrats, Tim. According to one poster on the Diana's Blog, you have gone Crown Ambassador! Nicely done!

    AnonymousJune 15, 2016 at 12:44 PM

    "@ Anon. 12:13 pm. Tim is the highest ranking Amway salesman. Salesman are great in convincing people in buying their products. If Tim can manage to convince our manakos to act violently the way they did at the airport, how much more make others lie?"

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    1. I continue to be fascinated by my powers.

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    2. John C. Ada Toves "TYPHOON TIMBOT"June 16, 2016 at 7:59 AM

      I salute you, Tim, as I endeavor to be the second highest Amway salesman.

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    3. I never knew I was so successful and influential. I'll let my business partners know. Thx.

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    4. One thing about a great salesman who is consistent and maintains his standing in the high ranks of his organization is: THEY TELL THE TRUTH! Apuron is a deceiver, a liar, a narcissist, a lover of himself. His life has been an empty shell of a person, hiding behind his title. Well, the day of reckoning has arrived. Apuron--RESIGN!

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  15. Anthony Sablan Apuron is a serial pedophile and should be placed in jail and his mugshot posted on the guam pdn. There should be no separation of church and state in this matter. That man is a monster.

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  16. Do Not Knock Amway! We used their products many many years ago and it was very good. However, I am confused about the comment of how the manamkos acted "VIOLENTLY" at the airport when the NEOs' precious leaders came to Guam. All I saw and heard in the videos was shouting and signs saying "Go Home"! I did not see anyone get beat up with a cane, pushed, shot at, run over with a car, tripped, etc., so where was the "Violence"! Were the money hungry visitors' feelings hurt because the usual Guam Hospitality Greetings were not extended to them? Where were the NEO Greeters? Poor Super Rich Visitors who suckered our "Beloved Archbishop" - NOT! I hope you never never come back to Guam but wait, they own that property in Yona because of our "Beloved Archbishop!!

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    1. The real question regarding the arrival of the Gennarini's was why was the top catechist in the NCW not greeted at the airport with the normal celebration of tambourines and kiko songs? There is no question that his arrival was supposed to be a secret. Why was it a secret? I know the answer.

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    2. So that is the reason for the "Almost Shocked Looks" on their faces! Their "Secret Arrival" was found out by the Violent Greeters! How Sweet It Is and Guess What - My God is Not Sleeping! Caught Ya!

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    3. Please share it Tim.

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    4. Anonymous at 7:34 AM,

      Patience is a virtue. This blog is good for the development of our character.

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  17. what to do with apuron? De-frock the child f-cker!

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  18. Repeat: YOU ASK WHY WAIT 40 YEARS

    Wormwood: Oh uncle, the division i've caused went much smoother than expected.

    Screwtape: Oh yes Wormwood, an excellent job with contrariety, many are still asking why these "boys" waited 40 years....hehehe...if only they knew our fathers plan, keep them asking "why wait 40 years", for they do not see with the heart but with their ill senses.

    Wormwood: What do you mean uncle?

    Screwtape: Come with me little devilkin for a little revelation in history.

    Back when when you were just a little Imp, there was a holy man named Moses who wanted so dearly to lead his flock to the Promise Land, but his children were so rebellious...hehehe..thanks to 'yours truely...muuaa', so the Creator of this universe had them wonder around our lovely desert landscape, hot as hell...hehehe, pun intended! for the next 40 years until 'we' could no longer keep them in Egypt, in other words, in Sin. It was bound to happen anyways so we lost that war and Good trumped Vice. Now fast forward to today, you see, it was the 'sin of the father' who stayed in Egypt for 40 years and it was destined that one day Good (the victims) must expose the sin of the father after 40 years. So, that day has come and once again our treachery is known by the faithful ones of San Vitores.
    Oh Wormwood if only you had known, it is written, 'no stone will be left unturned' every sin must be exposed.

    Go now and get me the Prized One before he makes a perfect contrition to his Father above!

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  19. Would it be okay to drop a bag of "lollipops" to this sucker....

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