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Does this make any sense to you?



Scene 1: Pictures and video on social media depicting a red Jeep flying north on Marine Corps Drive and onto San Antonio, going airborne, then destroying Jerry's Kitchen.


Guam Police Department: 'It's okay nene, just imprudent driving this time.' Nothing to see here, public. Go away with your outcry!



Scene 2: Pictures and video on social media depicting people, who are not hiding from anyone and aren't paying any cops for any special considerations, with their race cars and their engines revving. No one went airborne. No building was destroyed. No Chris Champion at the scene. No Terlaje in sight.


GovGuam: 'THIS IS RECKLESS DRIVING! WE ARE CLOSING PASEO! WE WANT EVERYONE TO KNOW!'

You are full of shit GovGuam and GPD leadership.

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Joe Guthrie
Joe Guthrie
Mar 20, 2021

On Feb. 1, 2019, a police complaint was filed alleging corruption at the Guam Office of Attorney General (AGO). The complaint alleged illegal double dipping at the AGO, and complicity therewith. I am Joseph A. Guthrie, a 16-year veteran of the Office of Attorney General who was deputy attorney general between 2003 and 2006, and I am the person who submitted the police complaint. The police complaint alleged that attorney Philip J. Tydingco committed the misdemeanors of official misconduct, unsworn falsification, and false statement related to GovGuam retirement – and that attorneys John Patrick "Pat" Mason, Alicia Limtiaco, ALBERTO TOLENTINO, John Weisenberger, and Leonardo Rapadas were complicit in all or some of these crimes. The police complaint further alleged that…


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Joe Guthrie
Joe Guthrie
Mar 20, 2021

CONTINUED FROM ABOVE

On Jan. 3, 2007, Mason signed a contract between himself and AG's office. The contract purported to be an independent contract, but Mason knew it to be a sham contract, insofar as the services of deputy attorney general contemplated to be provided under the contract by the signatories could – under applicable statute, temporary law, and personnel rule – only be legally provided by an unclassified employee, and not an independent contractor. The contract was also a sham contract because no Request for Proposal soliciting the interest of other potential independent contractors was issued before the contract was signed, contrary to the Guam Procurement Law. From Jan. 2, 2007 to Sept. 17, 2014, Mason performed the…

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