Wednesday, July 12, 2017


First there's the sh*t-eating grin, and then there's this: "No, I don't have any commentary." (LOL)

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And it looks like The Trained Lawyer lost this round:

Per a May 2 PDN story:
U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge Joaquin V.E. Manibusan Jr. on Tuesday raised concerns anew on whether the federal court has jurisdiction over another batch of clergy sex abuse cases. 
The cases include those filed against former Rev. David Anderson and Archbishop Anthony S. Apuron, both accused of raping and sexually abusing former altar boys. 
Attorney David Lujan, counsel for former altar boys accusing Apuron and Anderson, asked for, and was granted, until to June 2 to file a position paper proving court jurisdiction.

Attorney Jacqueline Terlaje, counsel for Apuron, objected to the June 2 filing to address deficiencies, asking Manibusan to dismiss the cases for lack of jurisdiction.
But the news today is:
Eleven clergy sex abuse cases will move forward while parties in other cases try to settle them out of court.
The 11 cases are among those the judge earlier expressed concerns over diversity jurisdiction — whether the federal court can entertain the cases because they involve citizens of different states.
They include lawsuits that accuse Archbishop Anthony S. Apuron of raping and sexually abusing Agat altar boys; the former altar boys now live in Hawaii and Arizona.


  1. Commentary????? Ah...that truely is a trained lawyer.

  2. The trained lawyer has no COMMENT-ARY? Seems the trained lawyer needs more training...much more training.

  3. Oooohhhhh..... Shall I say "SCHOOLED"....👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👈🏼👈🏼👈🏼👈🏼👈🏼👈🏼👀

  4. Janet B - MangilaoJuly 12, 2017 at 9:31 PM

    Kiko's dictionary defines "Commentary" - typical neo-speak for shut up and leave me the hell alone.

    It matters not that the grammar is out of synch, since everything about the NCW is out of synch.

    It is getting quite fun to see the kikos squirm.

  5. "thank you Archbishop Apuron"... and Licking Luis... you both have brought so much "distaste" to the Neocatechumenal Way...

  6. Lawyers have a duty to defend their clients but they can choose who they represent. Lay with dogs you get fleas!