Wednesday, November 1, 2017

CCOG LETTER TO ARCHBISHOP BYRNES RE KAMALEN KARIDAT

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  1. How was CCOG able to get information for where the vehicles are registered to? DMV and police are not allowed to give information pertaining to the registered owner of the vehicle. You may write the license plate down and make and model but how did CCOG receive this information pertaining to registered owner information?

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  2. Who gives a crap about how they got the information! Why was money, which was donated to care for the poor, used to purchase vehicles? When you use money meant for other purposes on something else that makes you a theif! Someone needs to go to jail on this one!

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    1. Rose de los Reyes (Seattle, WA)November 2, 2017 at 2:42 AM

      I agree! Anon 6:12 missed the point of the letter and of this issue!

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  3. Naw, Anon 6:12 didn't miss the point. Anon 6:12 "deflected" the issue. Just like all NCW fruits. Distort what is being reported......

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  4. @joseph a. santos.. Who gives a crap about how they got the information?!! everyone should. So typical of you, rose de los malanya, raymond and CCOG to have a poor poor understanding of issues (CCOG) claims that those vehicles were bought by funds from Kamalen Karidat... ever thought that the vehicles were donated and gifted to and for the use of the RMS?? bunch of idiots.... if you were to go the extra mile and ask your MVD clerk to give you the vehicles ownership history, then you just may find that those vehicles WERE IN FACT DONATED... all the BS that CCOG is spewing out is FALSE claims..fabricated bs. Dave sablan should focus more on his federal case.

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    1. Why can't the NCW refute the claim by showing the registration of the vehicles. It will show who really owns the vehicles.

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    2. Awwwhhh, the neohands keep getting caught inside the cookie jar and what's amazing is that money donated to KK which was supposed to be used for the less fortunate but instead theorized to have enough funds to "DONATE" vehicles to the RMS, shows that these neos don't give a crap about the less fortunate but RATHER their own selves.

      Instead of having limited servings for the less fortunate, why not have servings everyday? Such sadness.

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    3. NCW doesn't need to refute any claim. These accusations are against the former Admin of Kamalen Karidat. You can be sure that if those vehicles were purchased by Kamalen, the new admin would be quick to recall each vehicle into the inventory of Kamalen. Atleast since April they have yet to do so so this should mean something.
      There seems to be a lack of communion amongst members of CCOG, so it would be wise that you all sit down and agree to take the same positions on your protests.
      This latest effort pushes your agenda in reverse.
      Peace!

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    4. The CCOG has no membership. The CCOG is only the 4 officers. They take input from anyone who shows up at their meetings. But essentially the officers are CCOG and no one else.

      The real issue is that the KK 2016 Annual Report, filed in April of 2017, shows Apuron as president of KK. Legally, and according to the laws of the Government of Guam, Apuron controls KK.

      It's not Fr. Mike's fault. However, it does show that the Apuron "deep state" is still active...which is also why Deacon Tenorio appeared in the recent news story about the opening of a KK facility in Dededo.

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  5. Let's go Anon 9:18! Too scared to say who you are? Safe to call people idiots when you are too cowardly to even post your name. When you grow some gonads then we'll talk some more. Otherwise, crawl back under the rock from where you came!

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  6. My intention was not to deflect from the issue. Rather, I questioned how was CCOG able to retrieve DMV information pertaining to the registered owner?
    Would you want your personal information released to the public?

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  7. Was Apuron's car ever sold? If so, where did the money go? I heard it's a Lexus with an asking price of $23,000.

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  8. First, Apurun never paid for anything with his own funds. The car was owned by the Archdiocese. And it wasn't a Lexus, although he did drive one many years ago. The car was a Hyundai Equus. Original cost estimated to be $80,000 for the fully loaded version. Hon couldn't believe he would drive such a flagrant abuse of fiscal responsibility. He refused to ride in it when he visited in 2015.
    When Apurun fled the island in May 2016 and Hon returned as our temporary bishop, he still did not want to ride in such a vehicle, so he rented a compact Toyota.
    Byrnes arrived in Nov 2016 and ordered the Equus sold, he drives a modest Subaru SUV.
    As for the black Equus, it was seen sitting on a used car lot for quite some time. Apparently the stench of the previous bishop, plus his boy toy drivers could not be fully cleansed away. Rumor also has it that several exorcisms failed to remove the evil spirits trapped in that car.
    My guess is that the dealer took it as a trade-in for the Subaru for Byrnes. Seems like the dealer got the worst end of the deal.
    It's true what they say, filth - true filth - is harder to wash away than anything else. Pray for Byrnes, he has to live in that house occupied by filth for nearly 30 years. Imagine the stories those walls could tell.
    For his sake, I hope the current Abp is at least sleeping in a separate room, but hopefully not the room infected by Pius the Putrid.

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    1. True car was owned by Archdiocese. Brother Ton actually didn’t choose the car. It was forced on him by an aquaintence at Sageeee Sageee. Btw. Payed for with Casheee Casheee. 70,000. On the nose. Depreciation on those ridiculous. Old story. The stench is everywhere. Funny. Bro Ton doesn’t even like Korean food.But he got plenteeee from eating it.

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