Saturday, July 22, 2017


Posted by Tim

In my previous post, I posted a copy of The Diana's latest attempt at playing wiki-lawyer. LOL. But after doing my usual blowing her and Tricky Little Dick out of the water, I realized that the stupid Kuku's just gave us another club to beat them with. 

Diana makes the case that the Yona property can't be sold because it would violate the intent of the donor. Okay. Let's say that's the case. Well, then who would have standing to bring suit against the archdiocese for allegedly violating that intent? Ummm, well, the donor. And who is the donor? Ummm, well, it's technically the Carmelite community in St. Louis, but Mother Dawn was the designee in the transaction. So Mother Dawn would have to sue the archdiocese. 

But then, who actually violated the donor's intent. Well, according to Mother Dawn Marie, it was Apuron, on two counts:

  1. "...the land was NOT being used for the purpose for which we gave it." - Mother Dawn Marie, Nov 15, 2016
  2. Anonymity was a condition of the gift, and "that anonymity was not respected by the archbishop." - Mother Dawn Marie, Nov 15, 2016.  

In fact, Mother Dawn Marie already knows that she can sue Tony boy:
"And after that, we immediately submitted everything to the attorney in St. Louis. The attorney reviewed everything. Our response was very simple to say that we could not admit to what he wanted us to do BECAUSE IT WAS A LIE. So the attorney in St. Louis said that we certainly could litigate, but being Carmelites we probably would not want to do that. And we left it at that." 
Thanks, Diana. I'll see what I can do to get Mother Dawn to sue Tony. Meanwhile, I see no reason why Archbishop Byrnes should not sue Tony. According to his own analysis, Apuron's thirty year reign of terror has left the Archdiocese of Agana in a DISASTER. There's no reason why we shouldn't be going after Tony for a few million. He has it. 

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