lunedì 28 novembre 2016

Pacific Daily News
Another Guam law firm is reaching out to those who were sexually abused by clergy as children. Gov. Eddie Calvo recently signed a law, lifting the statute of limitations on civil suits against those accused of sexually abusing children, as well as the institutions that supported them. The new law is in response to allegations by former altar boys who said they were sexually abused by Guam clergy decades ago. Among those accused was Archbishop Anthony Apuron, who was a parish priest in Agat in the 1970s. (...)