I do not know how many people actually heard Tim Rohr with Phil Leon Guerrero yesterday. If not, you can listen to the interview in the jungle.
According to that interview, Tim admitted that he was the "mastermind" behind everything. He arranged for obtaining a publicist, arranging the media, finding the lawyer, getting the ad published, and everything else. He even went to Hawaii, convinces Roy to talk, and brought him back to Guam a month ago. Obviously, someone paid the airfare. Was it CCOG who paid the airfare?
I did not hear anything in that interview of providing counseling for Roy. One then needs to wonder. During that month that Roy was here with Tim Rohr "strategizing" their move, I cannot help but wonder.......did Mr. Quintanilla receive counseling or coaching???
Tim admitted that Roy did not want to go public by bringing out the cameras. But he only made this announcement after I stated in my blog that it is unheard of for a victim to go public the way Roy did with the cameras following him as they recorded him giving the letter to the Archdiocese and with family and friends shouting behind him. In his interview, Rohr said that he managed to convince Roy to go public with the cameras the way it was done. Since it was Tim Rohr who arranged everything and claimed credit for all this......is it then safe to say that the letter Roy submitted was also written by Tim Rohr? Perhaps, the credit also goes to Tim Rohr for writing the letter that was submitted by Mr. Quintanilla?
In addition to going public the way it was done, another thing that is baffling is the fact that Mr. Quintanilla turned to another priest (Father Jack) to confide about his sexual abuse. Deacon Tenorio stated that Father Jack was chosen because he is already dead. Psychologically speaking, a victim who was sexually abused by a priest would NEVER turn to ANOTHER PRIEST to confide in. After being sexually abused by a priest, the very last person a victim would turn to would be another priest. So, what is wrong with this picture?
Whenever the police responds to a rape case, a female police officer always conducts the interview with the victim. Why? Because after a female victim is raped by a man, the very LAST person she would talk to would be a MALE officer. Think about that for a minute.
Tim also admitted in his interview that it was HIS idea. He admitted that everything was his idea. So, is it safe then to say that it was his idea who "created" a victim by putting this idea into Roy's head?