David Lujan, on the other hand, has made it clear that he is in it for the money. And even Tim Rohr agrees that David Lujan is only in it for the money According to Tim Rohr:
David Lujan will also not care at all because he knows he cannot collect against Apuron. But he knows he can collect millions against the Archdiocese of Agana, with all its assets in land, buildings(schools and churches), and other properties, the same assets that so many Catholics have contributed and help built these past decades. That is the prize David Lujan seeks, one that will pay him millions.Naturally, this explains why David Lujan is so insistent on seeing the assets of the Church. According to David Lujan: “I want to see everything the church has. I’m not going to go in there and the church is hiding what it has,”
However, I was surprised to hear what he stated to the Guam Daily Post. According to the Guam Daily Post:
With many clients in their 60s and 70s and several of them ill, Lujan said he believes his clients would want to get “something” for their families before they pass away.They want to get "something" for their families before they pass away????? What happened to justice for the victims? Did the clients of Mr. Lujan expressed this to him???? And why is the jungle not concern? They were the ones who pushed for the passage of this law. Are they not concern that these alleged victims have expressed to their lawyer that they want money to give to their families before passing away rather than justice? A client who expressed this to his lawyer should be a RED FLAG that he may not be a victim but is out to defraud the Church. Is the jungle not concern about this "red flag"? The news report further stated:
Did not the jungle say that they wanted Archbishop Apuron's case to go to court rather than settle out of court? I guess David Lujan is operating outside the jungle. Never mind the fact that it was Tim Rohr who chose David Lujan to represent Archbishop Apuron's accusers.