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Lomibao FOIA for investigation report denied

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Jimmy Lomibao won't get to read the findings of an investigation into his alleged assault during a disaster drill at the airport. The report has been completed and is being reviewed by management at the agency. Lomibao, a student at the Guam Community College, volunteered to play the role of an agitated passenger during the airport's annual triennial disaster exercise. 

He had to be transported to the Guam Memorial Hospital, suffering from broken bones and bruises. According to the airport the injuries he sustained were an "aberration" from the exercise.

Lomibao has been denied access to the investigation report. According to his attorney, Douglas Moylan, his client has even gone so far as filing a Freedom of Information Act request to receive a copy of the report, but was denied by GIAA. Moylan adds although his client is upset he is hopeful airport management will do what's right.  

In the meantime, Lomibao has also filed a criminal complaint regarding his alleged assault with the police department.

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