Thursday, January 26, 2017

PDN: 6 FORMER GUAM ALTAR BOYS SUE PRIEST, VATICAN FOR $30M IN US FEDERAL COURT

Haidee V Eugenio , heugenio@guampdn.com Published 5:37 p.m. ChT Jan. 25, 2017 

Six former altar boys on Guam filed multimillion-dollar lawsuits in federal court Wednesday afternoon against former island priest Louis Brouillard, the Archdiocese of Agana and the Vatican over allegations that Brouillard sexually abused them decades ago. CONTINUED







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Note: The KUAM news story states: "Fr. Luis Brouillard, who is no longer is with the local church," Correction. Brouillard is STILL a "priest of the Archdiocese of Agana and has never been removed from our payroll." First Archbishop Flores (who moved him to Minnesota in 1981, and then Apuron, kept him on the payroll. He is not "retired." He receives a monthly check from the Archdiocese of Agana and said so in his statement to the press.

6 comments:

  1. Good for the victims that hopefully will see justice.

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    1. I'd love to see the corrupt Vatican lose these cases. Since money is all they understand, jumbo judicial settlements might wake them up to the plight of abuse victims they systematically ignore. All they've gotten from Francis so far is swamp gas.

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  2. The slow grinding wheels of justice

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  3. The slow grinding wheels of justice

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  4. I've never seen Justice come from the Vatican.

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  5. Byrnes knows where Apuron is, but he won't say. Instead of insulting Guam's Faithful by shielding the pervert, he should be doing his duty and running him to ground. Byrnes cannot be trusted.

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