by Nick Delgado
Guam - Guam Attorney General Leonardo Rapadas joins more than 40 other attorneys general from across the country in sending a letter to the legal counsel of Backpage.com about the ongoing failure of the Internet advertising company to effectively limit prostitution and sexual trafficking activity on its website.
The attorneys general are all concerned about human trafficking, especially the trafficking of minors. AG Rapadas see this collaboration with other attorneys general throughout the United States as a necessary measure to combat human trafficking both nationally and regionally since the internet knows no boundaries and crosses all borders.
Guam High School and surrounding homes at Naval Hospital have been evacuated after a bomb threat is called in Thursday afternoon. The threat specifically targeted the school. GPD and Navy police are sweeping the area with K-9 units. The Naval Base Guam Explosive Ordnance Disposal unit is standing by in the event anything is found. Guam Homeland Security officials say all measures are being taken to ensure the safety of the public and first responders involved.More >>
The Guam Department of Education was alerted to an image on social media that showed a screenshot of a Facebook post claiming to shoot up, “SHS.”More >>