There appears to be some contradiction in the jungle. According to Tim Rohr, Jonathan Bordallo was not kicked out, but left on his own. Rohr wrote (the bold is mine):
I've been hearing that Jonathan Bordallo is saying that I kicked him out of the meeting last week in Agana. For the sake of his personal credibility I sure hope Mr. Bordallo is not saying that and that others just have the story wrong.
As everyone who was there knows - at least 60 people - I invited Mr. Bordallo to the front to give his speech and then I sat down. As he began to speak about Msgr. James I asked him if he had spoken with Msgr. James. When he said no, the crowd began protesting.
One attendee stood up and said that we should all be thankful to Mr. Bordallo because "we just learned more about the real problem in 5 minutes listening to him than we did in listening to Tim for an hour."
Mr. Bordallo then left without my help.
I am posting this here because if my account is not true then I have just damaged my credibility and the credibility of this blog forever.
And then the very next day, Tim Rohr wrote (the bold is mine):
Ms. Cottman, take Pius and go! before the people rise up and throw you out like they did to Mr. Bordallo last week. Go find some place else to destroy and let us put ourselves back together. Oh, and give us back our hotel on your way out.
So, which is it???? Did Jonathan Bordallo left on his own or was he thrown out?? So much for the jungle's credibility. They never could get their stories straight. At least, we do not change our story. When we say that we received oral instructions, that has not changed.