Monday, July 25, 2016

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Posted by Chuck White

Apuron accusers demand answers
Steve Limtiaco, slimtiaco@guampdn.com10:38 p.m. ChST July 24, 2016

Archbishop Savio Hon Tai Fai has refused to meet with the former altar boys who have accused Guam Archbishop Anthony Apuron of rape and molestation, according to attorney David Lujan, who outlined several concerns in a letter this month to the attorney for the Archdiocese of Agana.  Read more.

7 comments:

  1. Has there been acknowledgment of receipt by Vatican? Who exactly did they send it to? What follow up have they done? Has someone from Guam been contacted yet?

    Perhaps SNAP and investigative reporters should start trying to get some answers from Vatican otherwise it would be left under a Vatican officials incoming basket gathering dust.

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  2. You asking the right questions Anon 1:39, How is an investigation being conducted? don't they have to interview the victims to get factual information detailing what Apuron did? Rome's rep here is in perfect position to perform these interviews, except that perhaps he has already pronounced that there are no victims, hence no sexual abuse, and Apuron is being falsely accused? Or Bro Hon might be covering up for Bro Tony, as they are both NEO's? I cant believe Hon's been dicking around these past weeks, making like nothing happened, same ol shit different day.

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    1. Hon will be dicking around for as long as it takes to prop up their Neo "gaju" to be Guam's next archbishop. If they can't get one of their presbyters in, they will find a non-Neo Judas. So predictable.
      Monsignor David the elder, in his homily yesterday evening, placed emphasis on perseverance when petitioning our God. It seemed to me that he was alluding to the crisis that we the faithful are facing and combating. St. Michael the Archangel defend us in battle.

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  3. Can Attny John Terlaje be impartial considering he's a deaconate candidate?

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  4. Archbishop Hon is not deaf, blind nor mute. Sex abuse from priest in the Roman Catholic Church have already been exposed and allegations continue to pile up throughout the world. Enough dumbfounded behavior in a serious matter.

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  5. Does the Terlajes have an exclusive agreement representing the church? I mean, it went from Ed to Jackie to John. Who's next Therese?

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    1. Answer to first question: Yes, when it involves money and land.
      Response to second question: Why not?

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