News #1: Tim Rohr claimed that the Declaration of Deed Restriction had a statutes of limitations. According to Rohr:
Tim Rohr was actually the first one to start this rumor about a statutes of limitations on the Deed Restriction. According to the Junglewatch blog dated October 7, 2016:
This is the time left for Hon to file a complaint against RMS if the Archdiocese is ever going to see the return of the Yona property. At 12:AM on November 22, the statute of limitations (SOL) will expire on the claim on title to said property and the Archdiocese of Agana will be forever banned from making that claim.And what did Rohr use as his evidence to show that there is a statutes of limitation on the Deed Restriction? He used the September 7, 2011 minutes of the Archdiocesan Finance Council. Any intelligent person knows that the minutes of a meeting is simply a record of what was discussed at the meeting. Furthermore, did anyone read the minutes? Nowhere in the minutes did it mention a 5 year statutes of limitations.
One would think that the document of the Deed Restriction, which was established on November 22, 2011, would be used as the evidence. But it was not. Nevertheless, even if it was used as evidence, nowhere in that document did it mention a 5 year statutes of limitation. You can find the document of the Declaration of Deed Restriction here.
Most baffling of all is that none of the junglefolks questioned Rohr. They simply gave up all their faculties of reason and relied on everything Tim said without even reading the documents themselves. It appeared that even the media was brainwashed.
Archbishop Hon may have also been convinced by Rohr that there was a statutes of limitations when in truth, there was none. Then again, it may not have taken very much to convince him anyway, considering the fact that he did much to appease the jungle. This led to my suspicion that Archbishop Hon may have also convinced Archbishop Byrnes into thinking that there was a statutes of limitation. The Deed Restriction did not have any time limit on it. There was no mention of a 5 year statutes of limitation on the November 22, 2011 document when it was established. Archbishop Byrnes could have waited until he arrived on Guam, review the issues surrounding the Deed Restriction and decide how to approach it. Because he rescinded it before his arrival, it appeared that pressure was applied on him to get it rescinded before November 22, 2016, which Rohr claimed was the deadline.
Now, to the junglefolks, go back and ask Tim Rohr to show you where exactly did it say the Deed Restriction had a 5 year statutes of limitation, which would be November 22, 2016.
News #2: Speaking of Archbishop Hon, I have just learned from some sources in Rome that Archbishop Hon got into an accident. He fell in his bathroom and cracked one whole side of his ribs. Prayers are needed for his recovery.
News #3: According to the Guam Daily Post (the bold is mine):
Six people who were on the board of federally funded Guam Housing and Urban Renewal Authority, and the agency's executive director, face a combined 47 misdemeanor charges for allegedly holding secret meetings that violate the Open Government Law.
The misdemeanor charges include violation of the law that requires keeping meetings open to the public, as well as official misconduct and conspiracy.
"Illegal secret meetings (were) held to facilitate the award of $4.1 million in tax credits," according to one of the allegations stated by Chief Prosecutor Philip J. Tydingco in his declaration supporting the filing of charges.
"The investigation revealed that the (board of commissioners) specifically David J. Sablan, Cecile B. Suda, Deanne Torre, John Ilao, Roland Selvidge and Rosie Blas, conspired, held secret meetings, decided GHURA business and made illegal votes outside of the public eye, in violation of various provisions of the Open Government Law," said the chief prosecutor.
"Executive Director Michael Duenas shared in the conspiracy as a willing facilitator of the (board's) secret meetings and associated illegal conduct."Yes, this is the same David Sablan, President of CCOG. He was charged with a misdemeanor for allegedly holding secret meetings, official misconduct, and conspiracy. Oh my......conspiracy!!! Well, now that Mr. Sablan is one of the accused......I wonder what he now thinks about the democratic principle of "presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law?" This is the reason why you should not judge. There will come a time, when you will be wearing the same shoes as the accused. Do you think CCOG, LFM, and the rest of the Junglewatch Nation should label David Sablan guilty without due process of a trial?