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Ethics Committee to disclose another complaint

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The Legislative Ethics Committee will disclose another ethics complaint they've received against Lieutenant Governor-elect Ray Tenorio. The complaint was submitted to the committee on November 29 by Dr. William Weare, but it is not being released until tomorrow. Attorney Tom Fisher has reviewed the new complaint and says it is baseless and he will file a motion to dismiss it.

The committee meanwhile is scheduled to meet on Monday, December 20.  The agenda has not yet been made available but it is likely they will discuss the pending ethics complaint filed by Harold Cruz against Tenorio. The panel was seeking an attorney to review the complaint that was already deemed to have no merit by the committee's attorney, Anthony Camacho, who was removed from the matter.

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