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GPD: no cover-up for Blue House Lounge

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Police Chief Fred Bordallo contends there is no cover-up with regard to police officers alleged involvement in prostitution. One officer admitted to paying for sex and was disciplined by the department.

Other officers, who were not named, were also implicated during the trial. Bordallo, who is currently off-island says it's easy to come to conclusions when the force stays silent about investigations. GPD spokesperson Officer A.J. Balajadia says there is no evidence at this time to prove that any other police officer was involved in prostitution or human trafficking at the Blue House.

"The only thing that officer admitted was that he did buy drinks for that female and he did have sex with that female. What isn't indicated is what is his relationship with that female, did he know her before this incident, how long has he known her, there are several things to the story that aren't made aware to the public," he said.

The U.S. Attorney and the Guam AG's Office have not confirmed if they are investigating officers who may have been involved. Meantime, Balajadia advises the public to inform the chief or the police review commission of any questionable activity on the part of members of the force.

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