The group is scheduled to meet with other members of the community to receive testimony. Seen leaving the Chancery prior to Sondia's meeting was Deacon Steve Martinez. Martinez was a former Sexual Abuse Response Coordinator for the Archdiocese of Agana until he was removed by Apuron.The group is scheduled to meet with other members of the community to receive testimony. Obviously, Deacon Steve Martinez was one of them. Who else did the Vatican investigators have in mind?
By the way, why is Monsignor James and Father Paul off-island at this time? Was it a coincidence that they are not on island when the Vatican investigators are here? Was it possible that they knew the Vatican investigators were going to be here and decided to disappear in order to avoid being called in for questioning? Or is it simply a coincidence?
Furthermore, an anonymous poster wrote the following comment under the last OP. His/Her comment made a lot of sense (spacing is mine):
AnonymousFebruary 16, 2017 at 10:55 PM
This advise from David Lujan makes no sense. Usually the person who is being accused is advised not to speak, because if he says anything politically incorrect it can be used to further accuse him.
The defendant shouldn't need to be politically correct on how he was abused if he is indeed the victim. This is suspicious behavior leading people to think there are ulterior motives.
Even more so if the only gain is to block the Vatican's investigation. I don't know but if I was the victim I would want the Vatican to know everything so justice could prevail.