Saturday, October 1, 2016

LET'S SEE IF JACKIE IS LYING

Let's take a closer look at the "trained lawyer's" resolution.

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The Resolution begins: "The undersigned, being all of the Board of Directors." However, we see that only one member of the board "undersigned": JAQUELINE TAITANO TERLAJE, Secretary. Jackie, is there a Page 2? Where are the signatures of "all of the Board of Directors?" 


The Resolution ends with: "THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS...HEREBY UNANIMOUSLY DIRECT THE SECRETARY..." 

Hmmmm. So, the vote was unanimous. That means that Dennis Santo Tomas, Roland San Agustin, Jaqueline Taitano Terlaje, Wayne Santos, and Lilian Perez-Posadas, all voted in favor of reporting Msgr. James Benavente to the GUAM POLICE DEPARTMENT AND THE OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL, AND TO PUBLICLY RELEASE THIS INFORMATION. 

Jackie, are you lying? 

If the Board actually met, it needed at minimum, a 24 hour notice. Yet, it appears that this resolution was adopted within hours, if not minutes, of the press conference at which the charges against Msgr. James were cleared. 

And while it is possible to take action without a meeting, the written consent of the proposed action of each board member is required. 

Are you sure you want to go there, Jackie? Did you lie? Did you act alone? 

Jackie, the written consent of each member must be filed with minutes of the proceedings of the Board. The Member, which is currently Archbishop Hon, has the authority to review those Minutes. The Minutes better show the UNANIMOUS consent of each member, Jackie, or else....well, you know what happens to lawyers who do bad stuff, don't you. 

On another note, does anyone know if the Vice-Chair of the Board, Roland San Agustin, is of the San Agustin family which owns San Agustin's Funeral Home?

If so, does anyone find it "interesting" that the owner of a funeral home is also the Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors for Catholic Cemeteries? Perhaps Archbishop Hon should direct an investigation into whether or not the San Agustin's Funeral Home has benefitted in any way due to a possible family member's presence on the Cemeteries board. 

But let's follow up on Jackie first. Let's see if this decision was really UNANIMOUS or if Jackie is lying to the Guam Police Department, to the Attorney General, to the Media, and to us. That's some pretty serious crap, Jackie. I hope you're ready.

Oh, and P.S. I know about the Manila lawyer.

32 comments:

  1. This Resolution had to have been adopted within several hours of the press conference in which Archbishop Hon cleared Monsignor James of any finacial irregularities. So, this board, not having the full benefit of Monsignor James' response to this allegation(but the Chancery did), concluded anyway that a crime was committed? I think this Resolution was the product of a vengeful and spiteful Trained Attorney to defame the name of Monsignor James, the same Trained Attorney who was part of the evil Apuron team that wrongfully removed Monsignor James in the first place, the same Trained attorney who is now defending a serial child sex molester, the same Trained Attorney who secured the bogus certificate of title on the seminary property, and the same Trained Attorney who is Apuron's Responsible of the Neo 2nd community of Agana.

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    1. you guys are really making her crazy!

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    2. Truth hurts to the deceitful.

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    3. Only she can be responsible for her cow madness. She created an atmosphere that places other attorneys in doubt when it comes to integrity. She sold out to kiko, and brought down her cadre along with her. Sad woman.

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    4. TRUTH. One hell of a weapon upon kiko.!

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    5. Yes, the invalid Trained Attorney. The Responsible One. One and the same one.

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  2. And the same Trained Attorney that surely knew about Apuron's .... tastes.

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  3. I wonder what is going on in this woman's brain? Does she really think that she can "Pull the Wool" over Tim Rohr? If I was her, I will be laying low until I get my "Ducks in a Row" if ever! What Law School did she go to? Can we get a copy of her degree so that we can warn other students wanting to study law to not go there because you will be wasting your parents' money!

    What A KaKa Brain!

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    1. While I would like to take the credit for being smart, the fact is that Jackie's brain is full of KAKA, just like Ric, Pius, Adrian, etc.

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  4. ohhh, yes. the Manila Lawyer. Jeez.

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  5. She is lying- Wayne is off island at a Bank function, Dennis Santo Tomas is off island.

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    1. Can approval be given via email?
      But, even so, the word 'undersigned' indicates signatures are affixed to the doc...

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    2. We all know that they will not let trained lawyer hang in the wind, they as a board members will acknowledge their approval, and to the validity of the document, signed or not...

      She is not concerned if verbiage its true or not, or if the document is signed or not, they will stick together, she is the approving authority of this very obvious smear campaign...

      Keep in mind the ncw motto: "It’s Better To Beg For Forgiveness Than Ask For Permission", besides hon is NOT their bishop...

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    3. You are right about they're willingness to lie, with one exception. Wayne Santos is a respected business man and employee at Bank of Guam. I have hopes that he will not lie for Jackie.

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    4. Concur with their willingness Mr. Rohr, and I'll defer to your character assessment of Mr. Wayne Santos, I don't know the man, so we'll wait till he proves otherwise...

      The trained lawyer, I've dealt with, and a true believer of "the ends justify the means"...

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    5. I don't know Mr. Santos personally, so we will see.

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  6. liar, liar...your panty's on fire! the neos must be giving the trained lawyer all the money in the trash bag for all these stunts!

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  7. Jackie the trained lawyer is so good at revealing just how stupid stupid can be. No need for TIM or anyone else to bring that fact to light. She does a great job of it all by herself. How can anyone take her seriously as an attorney? She's inept and willing to lie for her NCW cult. She should be investigated for all her criminal activity on behalf of the Cult. Seems their house of cards is crumbling right beneath them as they desperately try to hold on to the power they've had when they were protected by Apuron. It would be nice one day soon to be able to sweep up the debris that once was the NCW and throw it out with the rest of the trash. Good luck to you Apuron...I'd be shaking in my boots if I had this trained attorney as my lawyer. But then again, you two deserve each other. Both rotten to the core!!!

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  8. Amazingly there is good reason to believe that Apuron will be restored. So good thing we have that new law.

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    1. apuron to be restored? say it isn't so, Tim!

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    2. We must continue to work and picket as if it IS so. There is too much for the Kiko's to lose if Apuron goes down. As evidenced by the trained lawyer's desperate move, they will do anything.

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    3. Being that Hon is answerable to Filoni Baloney, I have a hunch that when he announced his recommendation to the Holy see to replace Apuron, this may be a front that he is doing something for the cause of the victims, when in reality he is buying time for the NCW cardinals in the vatican to conduct a ruse trial and surprise,surprise just like Balin exonerated liken louie, they will exonerate pedio tony, and boy is he going to be pissed and fuming to reclaim his empire in Guam.. Its almost predictable how these NCW cut operates.

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    4. Ecclesiastical mock trial will be peanuts compared to civil court. Careful out there Br Ton.

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  9. It is possible she got telephonic approval followed by faxed or back-dated (nunc pro tunc) signatures.

    Time will tell.

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    1. Yes, it's possible. The INSPECTION will tell.

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    2. found this online...

      Can a board member send an “alternate” or give another director his or her proxy to vote at a meeting?

      If board members cannot be present at a meeting, they may not give other directors a proxy to vote on their behalf, or send someone in their place.
      While the practice of using proxy voting is common for shareholder votes, it is not permitted of board members – regardless of whether or not their proxy is delegated in writing.
      This rule against proxy voting is identical to the rules under the old D.C. Nonprofit Code, and is not unique to D.C. It is the law in other states as well.

      Can board members vote by a ballot or email?
      As noted above, board members must be “present” to vote.
      If a board meeting is called to consider a matter on which the
      board must act, this also means that they may not submit their votes to the board by email or paper ballot.

      http://www.lawhelp.org/files/7C92C43F-9283-A7E0-5931-E57134E903FB/attachments/5A191D38-D8F8-492C-8A2C-9721FE63A4DA/non-profit-board-voting-clean(1).pdf

      Hope, Guam Law is the same...

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  10. Just set the record straight, she's not a Terlaje by blood. lol!!

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    1. I know exactly how you feel. The middle name of my second son is Zoltán.

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  11. Jackass Jackie, your molester Apuron stole our $70m property and signed it over to the NCW and you filed charges on Monsignor Benavente for $14k that was reimbursed by the Benavente family. You should only have filed charges against your molester archbishop apuron.

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    1. And I think there was interest paid back by Monsignor Benavente's family! What say you "Trained Lawyer Jackie with Borrowed Last Name of Terlaje"!

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  12. By the way, who paid for Apuron's 25th annoversary celebration that was spearheaded by Monsignor James and his Archdiocesean development group?

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