Despite that B.J. was never a member of the Boy Scouts of America or an altar server, he must have hung around them. According to news report, B.J. was there when he witnessed Father Brouillard fondling the boys while they were swimming.
B. J. then claimed to have met Father Brouillard while he was walking to the store alone one day. The priest asked him to come with him to teach him some survival skills. And despite the fact that he had seen this priest do inappropiate things to his friends while they were swimming, he nevertheless went with him. Father Brouillard brought him to Lonfit River, tied him to a tree, and raped him. According to The Guam Daily Post (the bold is mine):
As a mother, I would certainly noticed if my child had gone missing for a few days and were spitting up blood for three days. B.J. admited that he stayed in the jungle for a few days to heal and was spitting up blood. So, my question is......where were his parents? While he stayed in the jungle healing, did his parents not noticed that their 12 year old child was missing for a few days? Did they not report their missing child to the police?
He was asked what made him come out? His answer was "I realized I wasn't the only one." I found this a strange answer. Why? Because he already admitted that he was there and witnessed Father Brouillard fondled the other boys while they were swimming. He could have gotten together with any or all of those boys to report Father Brouillard, but he did not.
However, Father Brouillard was reported. Someone did report him. A retired police officer knew about the case and even spoke about it in the news, but Archbishop Flores moved him to the United States.