Tuesday, September 13, 2016

APURON LOVED TO BE IN THE NEWS. WELL HERE IS JUST TODAY'S. ROME? ARE YOU READING?

GUAM DAILY POST
Man alleges he witnessed Apuron abuse
A 62-year-old man from Chalan Pago has come forward claiming to be a witness to another incident of alleged sexual abuse by Archbishop Anthony Apuron. CONTINUED

KUAM
Man, 62, says he was witness to and victim of sex abuse by clergy
In the last few months we've heard from Roy Quintanilla, Walter Denton, Roland Sondia, Doris Concepcion on behalf of her late son Joseph "Sonny" Quinata, and Leo Tudela. Each of the men alleges they were altar boys when they were molested or raped by the hands of church clergy. And now, another man who served as an altar boy at Our Lady of Peace in Chalan Pago alleges he was a witness to as well as a victim of child sex abuse. CONTINUED


PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Former Chalan Pago altar boy says he saw sexual abuse by Apuron, Antonio Cruz in '64
Church officials will investigate a report that Archbishop Anthony Apuron and another priest sexually abused an altar boy in Chalan Pago 52 years ago, according to a statement issued by the Archdiocese of Agana Monday night. CONTINUED

PACIFIC NEWS CENTER
Former Altar Boy Says he Witnessed Apuron, Priest Raping Boy
Ramon De Plata is the latest to come forward with allegations of sexual abuse at the hands of Church members. Although De Plata says he was never physically abused, he did witness something that he wishes he had never seen. De Plata says he was 10 years old and an altar server at the Our Lady of Peace church in Chalan Pago back in March 1964. CONTINUED

PACIFIC NEWS CENTER
Archdiocese Apologizes to Latest Accuser of Sex Abuse
Guam - The Archdiocese of Agana is responding to the latest claims of sexual abuse that were made against Archbishop Anthony Apuron and a now deceased priest. CONTINUED

KUAM
Defense lawyers asking judge to dismiss defamation lawsuit
Defense in the $2 million libel and slander suit against Archbishop Anthony Apuron and the Archdiocese of Agana are asking the court to dismiss the complaint. In court filings made late Monday, defense calls the defamation suit "unusual", as it was sparked by paid ads by the Concerned Catholics of Guam. CONTINUED

KUAM
Archdiocese sending De Plata's allegations to Rome
The Archdiocese of Agana is forwarding the latest allegations made by Ramon Afaisen De Plata to Rome as part of the investigation into Archbishop Anthony Apuron. On Monday De Plata went public, stating he not only witnessed, but fell victim to child sex abuse in the Church. CONTINUED

KUAM
Child sex abuse statute of limitations bill passes
All senators who were present during session today passed Bill 326. The legislation lifts the civil statute of limitations in cases involving child sex abuse. The legislation passed amid multiple allegations of child molestation accusations made against local clergy including Archbishop Anthony Apuron. Several men have come forward alleging Apuron molested them when they were altar boys at Mt. Carmel Church in Agat where he had served as a priest. These same men testified in support of the bill when it had its public hearing. CONTINUED

GUAM DAILY POST
Abuse bill passes
Unanimous vote to lift statute of limitations
Senators of the Guam Legislature yesterday unanimously passed a measure that would remove the statute of limitations for civil cases involving child sex abuse. The legislation, Bill 326-33, was authored by Sen. Frank Blas Jr. and was passed by 13 senators while Sens. Tina Muña-Barnes and Tom Ada, were absent. CONTINUED

PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
Lawmakers lift limitations for victims of sex abuse
In a 13-0 vote, lawmakers Monday morning unanimously approved legislation to permanently remove the statute of limitations for all sexual abuse crimes, allowing victims to file civil cases against their alleged assailant. CONTINUED

3 comments:

  1. Rome, are you listening? Pope Benedict XVI just wrote: Epochal upheavals are underway."

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  2. Scandal of Guam's Catholic Church is already leading to people leaving the Church. Sad reality.
    Catholics no longer resoect the Archbishop or certain clergy.

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  3. Ton, If you are listening, your in the news again, bro. Soon enough you will be in DOC where your sucking days will make some people very happy.

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