Former Senator Bob Klitzkie details in his letter how he came to the conclusion that a cover-up occurred.
Guam – Former Senator Bob Klitzkie has written yet another letter to the Attorney General’s Office and to the Department of Land Management on the issue of the certificate of title for the disputed Redemptoris Mater Seminary, but this time, he alleges a full-on cover up.
In his letter, Klitzkie questions the actions and motives of all the key players involved in the certificate of title mess. They include Msgr. David C. Quitugua, the vicar general of the Archdiocese of Agana; Attorney Jacque Terlaje, who initiated the request for the certificate of title from Land Management; Mike Borja, Land Management director; Andrew Santos, deputy registrar; Assistant Attorney General Kristan Finney; and others.
When the certificate of title was published last October in the Archdiocese’s newspaper, it was missing a deed restriction.
That deed restriction is the point of contention because many Catholics believe it gave the property away to the Neocatechumenal Way, but the Archdiocese contends that it does not.
Klitzkie says Terlaje and Quitugua knew that the title was published in error but remained silent.
The only way to remedy the mistake, says Klitzkie is to go to court, but he questions how the AG’s Office and Terlaje were able to find a way around it.
Klitzkie wants a full investigation to be conducted.
He says “something very troubling has occurred beginning with the recordation of the Declaration of Deed Restriction.”
You can read the full letter by clicking on the file below.