Mark Charfauros fired from police department

Thursday, 16 February 2017 Written by
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The former police officer was at one point the highest ranking police officer within the Guam Police Department.
Cardinal Raymond Burke is visiting Guam to take depositions from witnesses and alleged victims.
This is now the 10th accuser to file suit against former Guam priest Father Louis Brouillard.
Attorney David Lujan says all the accusers say the sexual abuse occurred in Inarajan while Bishop Emeritus Tomas Camacho was serving as a priest.
While it's no secret that the Guam Education board is going to discuss the potential reinstatement of Superintendent Jon Fernandez at tomorrow's closed door meeting, most board members remain mum on the mysterious document containing as much as six reported stipulations to bring Jon back. 

Teri Tenorio may testify in Torre trial

Thursday, 16 February 2017 Written by
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Teri Tenorio appeared in court today after receiving an order from the judge to appear in court to explain why she seems to be avoiding having to testify.

Calvo to meet with Trump Administration on H2B crisis

Thursday, 16 February 2017 Written by
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Governor Eddie Calvo plans to meet with senior Trump officials next week. 
GEPA says if any samples come up positive for Agent Orange, they will push for “cleanup and compensation.” 
February is “love month” and The Jack Event Group is promising a night of golden love songs with The Golden Sounds of The Platters.
FBI agents testified at today's hearing that one of the victim's was coerced into signing a document agreeing to drop charges against Orlando Domingo.