Thursday, March 2, 2017

WE'RE NOT DONE WITH THIS YET

On December 14, 2015, after a visit to the office of the Deputy Registrar of Titles, Bob Klitzkie began a personal campaign to uncover some extreme "funny business" relative to what appears to be a cover up of Apuron's swindling away the mega-million dollar Yona property.

Most of that "funny business" is documented in the JungleWatch series: CERTIFICATE OF TITLE FIASCO, and when we last left it, that "funny business" had disappeared behind the curtain of the office of Land Management, whose Deputy Registrar had produced a bogus certificate of title, and the office of the Attorney General, who had authorized an arrangement with the "trained lawyer" in order to keep the matter from going to court as the law required and as the AG herself had first recommended.

And while the property is now back in the hands of the Archdiocese of Agana (pending the suit for quiet title), there is more to the story...much, much more :)

P.S. Don't mess with Bob. 

Land Management director fined for not providing requested documents

A Freedom of Information Act lawsuit leads to the head of a GovGuam agency being fined $1,000 for failing to provide public documents relative to the controversial Yona seminary. It was in early 2016 when Bob Klitzkie filed a Sunshine Act request with the Department of Land Management. He was attempting to inspect a total of ten public documents he says were relative to the Redemptoris Mater Seminary. CONTINUED



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14 comments:

  1. Drain the NEO Swamp

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  2. the fact that borja failed to produce and provide is evidence that borja conspired with the ass ist ag/taitano backdoor deal, so how can the court ensure that no back door deals are in play, how does the court guarantee "PAYABLE BY HIM PERSONALLY", does the court walk him to the bank, personal check, affidavit from the bank teller stating borja withdrew from his account and not the kids college fund, or joint account if married.

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    1. It just means that Gov Guam doesn't pay the $1000, but does pay the court costs and attorney fees, all of which Bob had to front.

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  3. Where is Byrnes in this Yona mess? He's been dead-silent on the situation. He hasn't said anything about the abuse trials either, despite Cardinal Burke's visit.

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    1. 3:36: shhh, let Generrini handle this.

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  4. Who actually owns the seminary property?

    A couple of years ago, it appeared tbat it was owned by Apuron and two or three money launderers in New Jersey and New York with gangster-ish last names. One of them was a priest with unknown affiliations.

    Since the property is "conservatively" valued at $75 million now, thieving Apuron being a part-owner of it makes sense. Even if he never returns to Guam, his cut of that would pay him a fortune on buy-outs.

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  5. Look for lies, dishonesty and deceit and you will find Satan. Why are Kiko & the NCW hiding behind this smokescreen? Are they afraid that the truth will expose an empire of worldly corruption? I thank God I am out and have had my eyes opened. No more being docile and obedient to catechists. Well done Bob!

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    1. Lie, cheat and deceive = NCW

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  6. Rose de los Reyes (Seattle, WA)March 3, 2017 at 10:36 AM

    Congratulations, Bob! Thank you for having continued to work this issue.

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  7. Marilu D. MartinezMarch 3, 2017 at 3:53 PM

    The Dir. of Land Management’s misuse of his power and authority (clearly unethical actions) which, had it not been for Bob Klitzkie’s sleuthing, would have contributed toward the swindling of the Catholic faithful of Guam of a highly valuable estate and property meant (actually, gifted to our Archdiocese) for the exclusive use toward a diocesan seminary to benefit our Catholic congregation. It was even clearly established that the property was not meant for the exclusive use of or to benefit any “charism” or entity -- certainly not for those not affiliated with nor a part of our Archdiocese.

    Depriving the public of transparency thus, the deprivation of the facts and the “truth” caused by the concealment (or destruction) of pertinent information and/or documents in cases where the Sunshine Law applies should be treated as a crime such that is punishable not only by imposing a searing monetary penalty, but also by stripping the official’s title and government position.

    Such malfeasance by high government officials more often than not (for a majority of cases) causes critical and serious levels of loss, misfortune and mental grief; therefore, a measly penalty of $1,000 can hardly be considered castigation -- relative to this specific crime against the Sunshine Law and what could have happened to this Yona property. Thank you for explaining the Sunshine Law, Bob, and for your persistence in being on top of this case.

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    1. You are correct Marilu. Furthermore, if you remember last spring a certain Senator whose job it is to supervise the BLM had made a big hoopla, about looking into this and any other irregularities.
      A big Hoopla that gave birth to nothing at all. And emails not being answered.

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  8. Yes huge Congratulations Bob. I am sure it is JW but could somebody comment as to any significance on the subject matter of the withheld 3 pages? Or just point me to the relevant areas - Thank you

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    1. Per page 4 of the Decision, the subject 3 items were:

      1. names, worksite, and mailing address and dates of service of all Deputy Registars of Title who served during 2015 and to date;

      2. the name, worksite and mailing address of all Deputy Registrars of Title who were relieved of duty from October 30, 2015 to date;

      3. and directives describing and governing performance of the duties and responsibilities of the Deputy Registrar of Titles during the period beginning January 1, 2015 to present.

      What Mr. Klitzkie was looking for was to see if there was any disciplinary action by the Director taken against the Deputy Registrar who had produced the bogus document. Given that title to the Yona Property was in the middle of a very public debate, as well as the mega-million dollar value of the property, the production of a bogus title, even if it was a mistake, was a very serious matter. Borja’s silence exacerbated the situation. Read CERTIFICATE OF TITLE FIASCO. See tab above.

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