Sunday, January 29, 2017
GUAM DAILY POST: ON THE VATICAN'S RADAR
When six of the more than a dozen sexual abuse cases for former local altar boys were moved to the federal District Court of Guam earlier last week, one reason for the transfer of jurisdiction was the lack of local judges who didn’t have a conflict or potential conflict.
But there’s another major significance to the transfer of the six cases to the federal court.
The federal court must take jurisdiction, says David Lujan’s law firm, which is representing the accusers, because this isn’t a Guam issue alone. CONTINUED