Wednesday, October 11, 2017

SO, WE ASK AGAIN....

..WHY isn't Apuron DEMANDING his "day in court" instead of DEMANDING that there NEVER be a "day in court."

"Apuron has been asking the court to dismiss the cases, stating the allegations are barred by a previous statute of limitations and they infringe upon rights guaranteed by the Organic Act of Guam." - Pacific Daily News, October 10, 2017 

The Diana's and the Trained Lawyer have been hollering about Apuron's right to "due process." Well here it is. And now they don't want it?

13 comments:

  1. Asking for another delay? Bro Ton must be fearful that the court may find him guilty. He needs to face his accusers and get it over with.

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  2. APURUN HAS EXHAUSTED ALL HIS F2@#$%&@ RIGHTS AFTER WHAT HE DID TO THOSE YOUNG INNOCENT BOYS...HE IS SO EVIL AND AFRAID TO FACE HIS VICTIMS.HE KNEW WHAT HE DID TO THEM...CONTINUE CRYING WOLF APURUN..THE DEVIL WILL EVENTUALLY HEAR YOUR CRIES.I'M SURE HE HAS A HOT SPOT RESERVE FOR YOU IN HELL..

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  3. Apuron has every opportunity to have his day in court and have "due process." The question is why doesn't he? The answer, because he knows that the civil suit which only requires a preponderance of what would be considered credible is all that is necessary to find for the plaintiffs. Unlike criminal proceedings which require guilt beyond a reasonable doubt, no such requirement is necessary in civil proceedings. It would be exceedingly difficult for Apuron to deny the allegations of his four victims who present themselves and their sexual victimization to be very credible. Who do you think a jury will believe Apuron or his victims. I think the answer is quite obvious and I think Apuron also believes he will lose. Since Apuron refuses to consider settling out of court, he is likely to lose virtually all of his wealth which is believed to be substantial for all the years he has been an Archbishop and milking money from the Catholic faithfu. I can't help but compare Apuron's situation to Cardinal Pell from Australia who was also accused of child sexual abuse allegations. Unlike Apuron, however, Cardinal Pell did not flee and go into hiding. Instead, he also fully asserted his innocence, took a leave of absence from his position in Rome and chose to go home and directly face his accusers in Court. Why wouldn't Apuron do the same thing? Because, he's a coward and knows that he is guilty. His only way of escaping responsibility for his criminal sexual behavior is to have the civil suit law declared unconstitutional and dismissed. Since Judge Manibusan recommended that the civil case not be dismissed, it not likely to happen. I doubt very seriously that Chief Judge Tydingco-Gatewood will dismiss the civil suit law.

    By the way, does anybody know why it is taking so long for the results of the canonical trial to be made public. I understand that the trial is over and a decision has been reached but for whatever reasons, the trial results cannot be publicly released. My question, WHY NOT!!! A lot of speculation has been swirling around indicating that Apuron was found guilty by the tribunal but that the full results of that decision and the possible sentence has yet to be finalized. Will the Catholic Faithful know Apuron's fate before the end of the year?

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    1. But....brother tony told his victims “if you tell...nobody will believe you....

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  4. Brother Ton, this is not like a bad dream that will go away. The reality of the abuse of innocent boys, mismanagement, alienating the Guam faithful and snuggling up with your NCW masters is finally catching up with you. The attempts of crooked Jackie Terlaje to get the courts to dismiss this case will not happen. Its time to face the music. Lets see you dance out of this.

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  5. I thought the ncw was ALL about producing mature Christians able "to give witness to the truth through a faith radically lived".

    always knew tony was NOT a man of his word, continually proving he is nothing more than a stooge enabler, follower and parrot, his actions are just the byproducts of the fruit and fullness of the ncw.

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    1. From my lengthy observation:

      " ... ncw was ALL about producing mature Christians able 'to give witness to the truth through a faith radically lived' "
      - NOT!

      Pillars of the parish brought faith with them, some hung on, some have almost lost theirs, those of us who were ACTUALLY vulnerable got chewed up, some quickly, some slowly.

      Flimsy quibbles about church art or politics or liturgy or the Council, and our itinerants and responsibles get subjected to 140 pages of waffle and hot air and melodrama.

      Incest in Scandinavia (God forbid), but the "way" doesn't ACTUALLY have a remedy, only melodrama, fatalism and obsequiousness.

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  6. MONSTER!!!!!! You Are A Disgrace to the Catholics of Guam! You claim innocence, then come back and face those you've done the wrong to!!! Of course, you won't. You are a COWARD. SMH

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  7. Janet B - MangilaoOctober 12, 2017 at 4:54 AM

    Apurun: “Your honor, I refuse to enter into settlement talks because I want to have my day in court.”

    two months later

    Apurun: “Your honor, I request a delay in the start of my civil trial which will give me my day in cour. I wish to appeal an earlier ruling so I might never have to face my day in court. “

    Jackass Terlaje, the trained attorney, doing a fine job representing her whack job client. I give her credit. She says it all with an ALMOST straight face.

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  8. Apuron feels confident that he will be exonerated by the Vatican. Pray that he's wrong because if he wins, he will return to Guam and marshal his NCW loyalists and clericalists against the Faithful. They outnumber them and still have influence at the chancery. I don't doubt that RMS will be bought by foreign Neo ringers and will stay in business.

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  9. Just read in u matuna RMS to close doors by December. Seems well documented that the doors have been shut for a good while.

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  10. Someone close to me confided in him once. For sure he has never been a man of God. He told everything that was said in confidence to another. He is a monster. He needs to pay for what he did to those innocent children . Soon please!

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    1. 9:34 well known about his filthy big mouth. Never to be trusted. Ever. reading this Br Ton ???? How can you live with yourself.

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