Tuesday, November 22, 2016

THE END OF THE NEOCATECHUMENAL WAY & DIRTY DICK IS DONE

Picture on the front page of the Guam Daily Post, November 22, 2016

  • GUAM DAILY POST: Eusebio: Nuns knew all along (link)
  • PACIFIC DAILY NEWS: Pro-Apuron group slams Carmelite nuns over seminary (link)
  • PACIFIC DAILY NEWS: Video (link)
  • KUAM: Eusebio attempts to debunk Mother Superior's statements (link)
  • KUAM: Video (link)
  • PACIFIC NEWS CENTER: Former RMS chair defends against Carmelite nun's assertions (link)

Yesterday, neocat catechist Tricky Dick Eusebio, called a press conference to inform the media of his "just conjecture" and "the truth as he understood it."Those were his words. That was how he characterized his own statements after the media began to ask him some serious questions. You can watch the full 1 hour, 17 minute, and 24 second long press fiasco here:





The main aim of Tricky Dick's statement was an attempt to discredit the earlier statement of Mother Dawn Marie, the Mother Prioress of Guam's Carmelite Monastery and community of nuns, a community that as of this month is, after 50 years, no longer on Guam.

In her statement to the press on November 15, 2016, Mother Dawn Marie related a first hand account of being in St. Louis, MO on December 17, 2014 in the office of the Prioress of the Carmelite community which had, in 2003, at the request of Mother Dawn Marie, provided the 2 Million dollars to the Archdiocese of Agana to pay off the bank loan on the Yona Property.

Mother Dawn Marie was there at the very moment an email from Archbishop Apuron arrived asking the St. Louis Prioress to sign a letter, already written, stating that the original intent of the 2003 donation was for the purpose of establishing the Redemptoris Mater Seminary and the Blessed Diego Institute, both Neocatechumenal Way entities.

A timeline:

NOV 15, 2002: Archdiocese of Agana (aka Archbishop of Agana, A Corporation Sole) takes legal possession of the property via Instrument No. 665749, Warranty Deed, recorded at GovGuam Department of Land Management.  The property was purchased for approximately 2 Million dollars and a mortgage was procured from Bank of Guam with mortgage and interest payments of $13,000 per month.

Mother Dawn Marie, Mother Prioress of the Guam Carmelites and a high ranking member of the Carmelite order, of her own accord and desiring to assist the Archdiocese of Agana, approaches a sister Carmelite community in St. Louis and solicits their financial assistance.

JAN 02, 2003: The Carmelite community in St. Louis, MO, agrees to lend Archdiocese of Agana the money to pay off the approximate 2 Million dollar mortgage note, interest free. (The offer of a loan eventually became a free and clear gift).

DEC 17, 2014: Mother Dawn Marie, on business for her Carmelite order, is in the office of the St. Louis Carmelite community when an email from Archbishop Apuron arrives addressed to the Prioress of the St. Louis community. In the email Apuron asks the St. Louis Prioress to sign a pre-written letter stating that the original intent of the 2003 donation was for the "purchase of the Accion Hotel for the Archdiocese of Agana for the purpose of housing the Redemptoris Mater Seminary and the Theological Institute for the formation of priests."

NOV 15, 2016: After several years of silently suffering the effects of Apuron and Pius' attack on traditional vocations (only neocat "vocations" were encouraged and funded), Mother Dawn moved her community to the states and as a parting gift relates why her community had to leave Guam and the first hand account of what happened upon receipt of Apuron's Dec 17, 2014 letter:
  • The St. Louis Prioress wrote back to Apuron telling him that she could not sign the letter because it was not true.
  • The Prioress stated that she had never heard of the Redemptoris Mater Seminary, the Blessed Diego Institute or the Neocatechumenal Way.
  • She stated that her community's only intent was to help relieve the Archdiocese of Agana of a financial burden and to help provide a seminary for the formation of priests for the Church in Guam.
  • Apuron's letter is sent to the Apostolic Delegate for Oceania who then forwards it to Rome, where Archbishop Hon, Secretary for the Evangelization of Peoples, reads it. 
NOV 21, 2016: Ric Eusebio, neocat catechist and former member of the RMS board of directors, calls a press conference to refute Mother Dawn Marie's Nov 15 statement. The basis for his refutation is his claim that Mother Dawn is lying because he can prove that the St. Louis Prioress (who he said is "deceased" but happens to be alive and well), intended the St. Louis community's donation specifically for the Neocatechumenal Redemptoris Mater Seminary and Blessed Diego Institute. Eusebio's evidence is a 2003 email exchange between Apuron and the St. Louis Prioress.



As you can see, there is no mention of Neocatechumenal Way, Redemptoris Mater Seminary, or Blessed Diego Institute. And it is curious that Apuron makes no mention of those names. Perhaps he did not want to tip her off to what he was up to. But even if there was mention of those names, why would a cloistered Carmelite, hidden away from the world for 50 years in a life of silence, sacrifice, and prayer, just happen to know the name of the seminary and that it was connected with the Neocatechumenal Way?

This is Eusebio's "conjecture" (his word). Eusebio said that because the name of the seminary was public knowledge and because "everybody knows" that Redemptoris Mater seminaries are associated with the Neocatechumenal Way, that the Carmelite Prioress "had to know" what she was giving the money to. Can you all say LOL?

The Carmelite vocation is precisely to LEAVE the public, to NOT pay attention to the mundane and profane, but simply to sacrifice and pray for us, and specifically for priests. Moreover, since Apuron does not tell her anything about the Neocatechumenal Way or the name of the seminary, she, like so many of us, probably expected the seminary to be nothing other than a diocesan seminary. There was no reason to suspect that it was to be a seminary SPECIFICALLY constituted to prepare men ONLY "according to the life and practice of the Neocatechumenal Way" as Article 3 of its 2002 Articles of Incorporation state!

One of Eusebio's major claims is that the priests formed at RMS are no different than priests formed at any other diocesan seminary. Eusebio has to say this because millions have been bilked, not only from the Carmelites, but from the faithful of Guam, who, for going on two decades, gave a lot of money to this seminary believing that it was creating "priests for Guam."

However, if that was the case then there would have been NO need to erect a second seminary (on December 8, 2013) to form priests for Guam. In fact, in an article published in the Umatuna on that date, it was clearly stated that RMS existed to create priests "for the wider mission of salvation "to the ends of the earth." 





That's nice that we want to send priests out to the ends of the earth, but that's not what we were told while RMS pocketed millions from our collections and constant fund raisers, all the while squelching traditional diocesan vocations for our local boys. 

The bottom line however, is that RMS, per its own stated purpose, existed to form priests ONLY "according to the life and practice of the Neocatechumenal Way." And while most of did not know that or did not know what that actually meant, we began learning what that really meant once they started putting these badly deformed presbyters in our parishes and we could see for ourselves that not only did they NOT care for our Catholic Mass, they mocked it and us from the very altar at which they stood. 

Oh, that's right. They don't believe in an "altar."

Lastly, we all really need to thank Eusebio. Archbishop Byrnes has stated that his first step upon arrival in Guam will be to "listen." Super. Well, we want him to listen to the Neocatechumenal Way FIRST. And Tricky Dick has provided us more evidence of just how rotten this thing is than anything we could say or attempt to prove. Note: No offense to the innocent followers, but GET OUT OF IT, NOW!

One last note: In his press conference, Dirty Dick made the name of the St. Louis Prioress known. This was ABSOLUTELY OFF LIMITS from the beginning. The Carmelite vocation is precisely NOT to be known. Mother Dawn Marie herself kept quiet about all this and only came forward because she saw that the lies of Tricky Dick and Putrid Pius were at the root of much of the hell Apuron and Adrian created. For the good and eventual peace of the Church, she came forward with a FIRST HAND account of all the events. Yet stupid Dirty Dick wants us to believe:
Eusebio said Mother Superior Dawn Marie’s claim of a toxic environment has been fueled “by her own desire to seek public attention and provide her rendition of the truth in regards to the seminary.” 
“She attempts to discredit Archbishop Apuron and deems him guilty in regards to the sexual abuse allegations against him without a trial. My recollection of the truth is substantially different from what she professed,” Eusebio said. 
http://www.guampdn.com/story/news/2016/11/21/pro-apuron-group-slams-carmelite-nuns-over-seminary/94207436/
Later, Dirty Dick admitted that his "recollection of the truth" was only "conjecture" and that he was not there. Dirty Dick is done.

46 comments:

  1. Thanks to Eusebio we have a new motivation for this Sunday’s picket: Supporting Mother Dawn Marie and the Carmelite Nuns. The message is still the same: APURON OUT! But we can also pray for Mother Dawn Marie who was maligned by Eusebio in his press conference.

    Quote from PDN article:

    Eusebio said Mother Superior Dawn Marie’s claim of a toxic environment has been fueled “by her own desire to seek public attention and provide her rendition of the truth in regards to the seminary.”

    “She attempts to discredit Archbishop Apuron and deems him guilty in regards to the sexual abuse allegations against him without a trial. My recollection of the truth is substantially different from what she professed,” Eusebio said.

    Let's gather on Sunday to pray and march for the truth.

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    1. Out of what? He no longer has any official title in the Archdiocese other than chairing an organization that supports a child molester.

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    2. Anon@ 8:39: You ask, Eusebio out of what? His mind! (According to a lot of Catholics!!!!) Who else would support the mountains of lies and liars that have worked over the years to take over our church parishes and resources? Eusebio, where is Apuron,Pius, Gennarini,David Quitugua, Adrian, Edivaldo, Jackie Terlaje and the rest of your gang?

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    3. The sign should read "Boogey Man - Tricky Dick Eusebio - Exorcised"

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  2. I wasted a whole hour listening to this dick Eusebio's news conference. What a lame dick. He kept saying things like "according to him" or "he wasn't there" or "your asking questions because you already believe in the lies".....REALLY? This knucklehead just wanted to be in the media and would say just about anything.

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  3. From Daily Post- "“Yes, Mother Dawn Marie claims we live in a toxic environment,” Eusebio said. “It has been fueled, however, BY HER OWN DESIRE TO SEEK PUBLIC ATTENTION and provide her rendition of the truth in regards to the seminary.”"
    Seriously!!! A cloistered nun-- one of the most Holy people I know!!! Wow!!

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  4. When you go after a Carmelite nun, be sure to have the entire army of God's archangels on your side, plus all the saints, apostles, and more. Shame on Ric. He does not even realized he is just being used like a puppet, and a disposable one at that.

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    1. No shame nor balls. Why wait till after the nuns left the island to hold his press conference?

      Oh. That's right. Needed approval from the NCW superiors first, right?

      No shame. No balls. No brains either.

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  5. Signs should read EUSABIO EXCOMMUNICATED and apuRUN DEFROCKED!!! No more LIES!!!

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  6. "Kaka Minds" explains Tricky Dickinson!

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  7. Commenting here only for the Mother Dawn. Your courage and love for the people of God still shines. Please remember us always in your prayers as we will for you. Thank you, thank you for everything! Hopefully, those now in leadership of the Archdiocese of Agana will do right by you. God bless you!

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  8. For some sad reason Eusabio has some very sick thinking to say such sick things about Mother Dawn Marie. I can't describe how deeply I am sadden the Carmelites have left the island. But for I am glad for them that they can be in a real nurturing supportive environment where they are free the toxic on going mess that is so evident here. I am so sorry Mother Dawn is subjected to sick mentality shown by Eusabio. May God Bless them in their new place and may they live happily in peace and health.

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  9. thanks for posting the email, tim. eusebio is completely out of it. as they say, 100% kaka-fied.

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  10. Shame on you Ric Eusebio. Can't believe a person like you still believes that Apuron is innocent! I have yet to hear from you how Apuron shafted Msgr James or Fr Paul without a chance to defend themselves!

    You really are full of kaka Ric! No respect for you!

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  11. Mother Dawn, the faithful of Guam believe you! Please accept our thanks and gratitude for your honest witness. We will miss you and the rest of the Carmelites who provided the prayers and spiritual boost which our local Catholics and Church benefitted from throughout all those years you lived with us on Guam!

    Eusebio, your decorous comments and imputations don't have any credibility, give it up! To your credit however, you may yet have helped launch the eventual downfall and demise of the ncw on Guam with your clowning and, may very well be among those who contributed toward or caused the toxicity of the living environment which drove the Carmelites from our island.

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  12. Dick, are you feeling a little deflated? Lots of folks took the wind out of your sails?! You hardly have a leg to stand on. Guess you don't care about you family or your practice. You've made a right and proper fool out yourself! Oh, I forgot. You're probably reveling in the persecution. Foolish man. Everything was normal. Then Ric put on the alb.

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  13. Typo -- meant indecorous not decorous in my statement: "Eusebio, your decorous comments and imputations don't have any credibility, give it up!"

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  14. Where is Pius? Didn't have the balls to confront truth. Sent bad boy, bad boy Ric out. Now that was a sight for sore eyes. Something not right in his head. Serious stuff. Board needs to review. Medical Board you have a sick puppy n board .

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    1. Pius is preparing for his next step, outside of Guam. He is wearing many hats. While some within the NCW will try to blame him, he knows enough on the Genarrini, that they will find a spot for him somewhere. Qatar anybody?
      We might still see his ugly mug from time to time to rally his depleting troops here....but most likely he will be replaced by someone more congenial.
      The timing will be closely linked to the ultimate fate of the Seminary. Until then keep your eyes and ears wide open.
      The useful idiots like tricky Dickinson will tell us a lot, by how they spin their fable.

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  15. You are right that millions have been bilked, not only from the Carmelites, and from the faithful of Guam but also from the numerous dioceses and parishes worldwide who have been giving money to form badly deformed presbyters in our parishes, who do NOT care for our Catholic Mass. Now is the time to start shutting down the RMS factories and to stop this evil. Time to declare the end of the Neocatechumenal Way not just in Guam but worldwide.

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  16. Good thing the Carmelites donated $2MM. I just can't imagine what Eusebio and company would have said if they didn't give a cent at all. These people really are shameless ingrates.

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  17. No credibility at all, and why would a Nun lie for your archibishop and the nerve of you saying that she misinterpreted it...... You are not there in thier meeting so who are you to say what they have talked about.... Please shut up your group is already in cave deep of lies and bad history!

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  18. would it be a judgement so state that the Holy Spirit does not accompany dishonesty and corruption or a statement of fact? If some claim that they come accompanied by The Holy Spirit and then are found to be dishonest what can be said?
    Who can read the signs of the times? If today you listen to His voice look at what God is saying in these concrete events. Wake up, convert, return to Jesus and the Church who is all mercy and compassion. Do not remain docile and obedient to anything but the Holy Spirit.

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  19. Ai adai! Kineni' si Eusebio nu i NCW ya ni na' båba i titanos-ña.

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  20. Ric, When Mother Superior was asked how many of the Carmelites knew that the seminary was being purchased for the neocatechumenal way? She said NONE not NUN!! Sheesh......

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  21. Well here we go again!!
    Eusebio the latest useful idiot of the NCW goes back to the basics.
    In one stroke, he does a clean sweep: Deny, Deflect and finally Destroy.
    The most hilarious assertion from little Dicky is that the Institute is the equivalent of Harvard, as a learning institution.
    While it is funny because of how ridiculous the assertion is, it is also so, so sad.
    I have already gone over this issue, but if ever there was a comparaison to be made, the infamous Institute is more in line with the GCC.(frankly it is not nice for GCC)
    Again little Dicky is so delusional that he makes Zoltan (who has been very silent lately) look almost normal.
    PATHETIC

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  22. Tim, Check this out!
    http://www.pacificnewscenter.com/local/11684

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  23. Eusebio is Toxicity manifested

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  24. I wonder if the Carmelites would be willing to waste their time on answering little dick's flights of fantasy.

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  25. Eusebio, what a joke!

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  26. This interview is the epitome of the toxic environment that Mother Superior Dawn was talking about. An opinion without substance is harassment. No respect for the Catholic way is more than enough evidence that the Neocatechumenal Way is not of God and most of all, NOT CATHOLIC!

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  27. Who is this Father Raymond from Canada that Eeeyew-sect-peeyew is talking about?

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  28. Ricardo Eusebio=Limp Dick. An embarrassment to the well-regarded Eusebio clan. His parents would have slapped him silly for his stupidity.

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  29. CCOG excommunicated and flee to HELL FOREVER! HAVE MERCY ON YOUR SOULS!

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    1. Anon @ 10:15 PM - May My Catholic God Have Mercy on YOUR SOUL! The Under World is Seriously Waiting for You!

      There is still time to repent!

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  30. Couldn't bring myself to watch the full length diatribe from someone who should have more sense!! What a pity to work hard to build a career then lose your integrity in such a public way. For some reason they always sound like they are desperately grasping at straws....any straws.

    I am so sick of Neo members who would rather attend mass at their "special" Neo mass than for their just deceased parent or spouse. F'ing pathetic!

    I am so sick of the Dianas (plural) who repeat themselves ad neauseum with no valid proof.

    I am so sick of Apuron-a lying, perverted SOB.

    And I am so sick of how deluded, enamoured, and gullible people have become because they have so much already invested in the Neo lies. They almost need an out of body experience so they can start viewing things objectively.

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  31. Watching the video, I think I know who wants attention.

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    1. Don't think we have scratched the surface of the the evil that lurks within the "Way" .

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  32. Rose de los Reyes (Seattle, WA)November 22, 2016 at 11:12 PM

    Contrast Mr. Eusabio’s (NCW’s) statement about Mother Dawn Marie and the Carmelites juxtaposed with the public statements last week made by Archbishop Hon (on behalf of the Archdiocese) and Dave Sablan (on behalf of the CCOG). Abp Hon expressed the Archdiocese’s sadness in seeing the nuns leave the island after 50 years, and apologized to them for having to experience a toxic environment. Abp. Hon was thankful to the Carmelite sisters, in particular, for their special dedication to pray for priests. Dave Sablan condemned Abp. Apuron’s attempt to manipulate the Carmelites into a lie to claim that their $2M donation was for a seminary for the formation of NCW presbyters and praised the Carmelites of refusing to go along with that lie. Both Abp Hon and Mr. Sablan thanked Mother Dawn Marie and the Carmelite sisters for sharing the truth and for all the good things they have done for Guam. Mr. Eusabio, on the other hand, idiotically puts the blame of the toxic environment on Mother Dawn Maria and mocks the Carmelites natural human propensity of unease and discomfort with having to serve under an archbishop (Apuron) facing multiple allegations and multiples lawsuits filed against him for child sexual abuse; And an archbishop who put them in a position where they had to consider going along with a lie! Compare and contrast. Here, in Mr. Eusabio’s press conference, you see the NCW are slammers of the Carmelites while the Archdiocese of Agana and CCOG are apologetic and grateful supporters of the Carmelites. For its ultimate outcome, it was stupid of Mr. Eusabio to call this press conference. He basically did a public self-inflicted poke-in-the-eye to himself and the NCW. But, as Tim and others have commented, this type of NCW conduct is yet another exhibit to show that the NCW leadership on Guam is out-of-control and not in touch with reality. Also, the lack of awareness and/or lack of acceptance by the NCW that Mr. Eusabio is not the best spokesperson for their community because (1) his credibility is shot due to the previous press conferences he has conducted where he came across as an unconvincing puppet and mouthpiece of the NCW higher-ups, (2) his inability to defend and/or clarify his often confusing and even contradicting public statements, and (3) to the average folk, he comes across as dazed and hypnotized, perhaps a physical manifestation of the NCW brainwash. The NCW should not be putting him in public appearances on behalf of their community. But, I understand, he is the one they put out, in part because in the NCW hierarchy, he is the top local guy. Oh, well, I guess I should rejoice --- the better for our cause to shut down the NCW whenever he is in one of these press conferences.

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  33. If you don’t walk the walk
    It’s probably best not to talk the talk…

    I find tricky dick, and the many other laughable individuals of the ncw to be completely and utterly total hypocrites, these are people who indulges themselves in religious hypocrisy every Saturday night, they pretend to have the belief of being a catholic, yet ask any ncw member if you are ALLOWED or ABLE to receive Holy Communion on the tongue… the answer is NO… “We are to hold His Body in our hands close to our hearts with adoration”…

    apuron OUT... eusebio OUT... apuron OUT... eusebio OUT... apuron OUT...

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  34. When it comes to living in reality the NCW = NO CONNECTION WHATSOEVER!

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  35. So painful to watch this babbling buffoon speak as he struggled to share the muggy air in his kakafied head. This is your spokesperson people? That alone should let ncw people want out of their cult. Run-run and get out for dear life you 700 people "walking"! Scary and embarrassing to Guam that he's a doctor. Doctor of kaka. Ncw just kindly leave already, please.

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  36. People in health care related professions who are neo "catechists" have a conflict of interest. I know one, and I know what happened.

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  37. Japanese bishops banned the Neocats. Hopefully, Bp. Byrnes will do the same for Guam.

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    1. Actually they didn't. Didn't have the guts to do it.

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