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Rapadas takes office as 3rd elected AG

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The island's third elected attorney general was sworn into office this afternoon. Former U.S. Attorney for Guam and the CNMI Lenny Rapadas took the Oath of Office taking on his latest position as the government's chief legal officer.

Surrounded by family members, Rapadas spoke of the many challenges he anticipates will come especially with the military buildup. He said, "There will be more crime, such as more DUIs, assaults and traffic violence cases, we need to be ready for that people need a strong AG's Office."

He also said, "I spoke to Governor-elect [Eddie] Calvo and told him that as AG I will root out any public corruption in his administration, if they occur."

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