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Calvo says 'no wrongdoing' for Tenorio

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Former Guam State Clearinghouse staffer Sahara Defensor, in a statement released today to clear the record about her alleged role in accusing Lieutenant Governor Ray Tenorio of academic fraud, recognized Governor Eddie Calvo for making great progress in his commitment to openness and transparency by signing a bill into law that ensures citizens have the right to document the actions of government officials through audio and video recordings.

The governor today said that he was assured there was no wrongdoing, and that's its time to move on and focus on the serious issues confronting the government. "With that how I've conducted myself, and how the lieutenant governor has conducted himself and how this Administration has conducted themselves has always been in terms of putting forward to the public respect for not only with each other, but for respect for our colleagues in the Legislative Branch, to all government workers and to the general public," said the governor.

"I do wish there was the type of words that came out did not occur but again not many people realize they are being recorded and sometime when people are speaking and speaking with emotion unfortunately some very strong words come out, I wish it didn't occur, but it did occur."

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