Monday, September 12, 2016

KUAM RUNS RAMON DE PLATA'S STORY - AND THE BLUE CORVAIR

Man, 62, says he was witness to and victim of sex abuse by clergy
by Krystal Paco

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

Note: The KUAM story also includes a full copy of Mr. De Plata's statement which can be also accessed here

And now you know the meaning of the blue Corvair.

6 comments:

  1. Blue corvair. Flamboyant animal he is.

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  2. Apurun is terribly sick. So sad that Rome is trying so hard to protect him.

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  3. the description of how the steps led up to pale' antonio cruz's den of abuses sounds eerily parallel to how apuron accused fr paul gofigan of having steps that went up to his room. remember that description in the audio recording? maybe apuron was reminiscing upon his younger days. sick sick sick.

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    1. You are so right, rey d!! I do remember that recording. Apuron claimed that Fr. Paul had Mr. Lastimoza build the stairway to his room, even though those stairs existed prior to Fr. Paul's 2004 ordination.

      If, as Janet B at 11:59 PM writes, Rome is trying so hard to protect Apuron, this incident should add a new wrinkle to their Protection Plan. Seminarian Anthony Sablan Apuron was 19 and performed fellatio on a 10 year old. If, per the Delusional Dingbat Diana, there was a "willing participant" in this activity, it was the seminarian and NOT the altar boy as the DDD claims!

      According to the 12 September Statement by the Delegate to the Apostolic Administrator, Mr. de Plata's statement will be "officially forwarded to Rome as part of the investigation of Archbishop Apuron." If "Rome" fails to acknowledge that Apuron's action was depraved and dismisses it as "normal" that would be an indication of how deep the influence of the NCW is.

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  4. Rome, are you listening? Don't you get it? Guam does not want nor need Apuron. He is a disgrace! He is a black mark that has grossly stained the Church!

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    1. the latest public move from "rome" are days of prayer and better training for new bishops. that's fine and all, but i'm not holding my breath about what they're actually gonna do about justice and real healing for victims.
      http://www.catholicherald.co.uk/news/2016/09/12/pope-francis-approves-establishment-of-day-of-prayer-for-abuse-survivors/

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