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Opposing counsel in discussions in kidnapping case

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Ray Tedtaotao Camacho appeared in the Superior Court of Guam this morning. He was arrested in connection with the crown bakery kidnapping in October of last year and was set to go to trial last month.  There were delays in the case however as the defense filed a motion for a court appointed investigator. That defense motion was granted. 

Camacho's attorney, Doug Moylan, told the judge today that the investigator is working on the case and he continues to be in discussion with the chief prosecutor about the matter.  Moylan had previously asked for a plea deal, but one has not been submitted. 

The victim in the case has vehemently opposed any offers as Camacho kidnapped and physically and sexually assaulted her.  The court set another hearing for August 26 and said the court will set a trial before the end of the year if the matter is not resolved by that date.

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