Wednesday, December 7, 2016

APURON'S 1987 LETTER FORESHADOWED 2016 EVENTS.

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Haidee Eugenio's story in the November 28 Pacific Daily News entitled FALL OF AN ARCHBISHOP contained the rather prescient quote:

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In 1987, Apuron wrote a letter asking a judge for leniency for a former Agat altar boy who had pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a 2-year-old. A Pacific Daily News article at the time said the man told the judge he took the girl to the beach and committed the crime, and police later found her blood-stained underwear at his workplace.

But the archbishop said the evidence in the case was weak.



“Apparently, he seemed to be tied in coincidentally based on the fact that he was accused to have been the last person to have been with her that particular day,” Apuron wrote. He described the man as “one of the faithful altar boys” from the village." 

Image result for foreshadowThus almost thirty years ago apuron's actions foreshadowed news reports of this year involving sex crimes committed on children, a beach, altar boys, apuron and attempts to rationalize the irrational.Thirty years ago could apuron have been aware of the shibboleth his supporters would mumble in his defense: "A person is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law" as though it were some kind of sacred mantra, even though the slogan has been debunked on this website a couple times? here and here

Students of apuronology, i.e. the irrational defense of apuron, apparently missed the foreshadowing and have overlooked the apuron corollary to "the rule of guilt and innocence." When constructed the rule reads:

A person is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law unless the person was an altar boy who apuron likes. If so, the finding of guilt is suspect because apuron can find that the evidence was weak.
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Guilt or innocence, it's all about apuron.










6 comments:

  1. Truth is stranger than fiction.

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  2. How far fetched would it be to think that this former altar boy may have been one of his victims who grew up and perpetrated the same crime on the toddler, as the vicious and disgusting cycle continues, victim turned perpetrator?

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  3. "But the archbishop said the evidence in the case was weak."

    AA is an evil man! He is never concerned about the victim; his interest is to protect the perpetrator just as he believes his innocence in spite of the testimonies from the boys he molested and raped.

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  4. if you read this Serbo it wasn't your fault. Hope we meet again one day

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    1. Serbs, please come forward and tell us what you did or didn't do.

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