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Freda Esuen takes the stand again

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The Blue House trial continued today as the government called former worker Freda Eseun to the stand again today. Eseun has been referred to as the first lieutenant of owner Song Ja Cha. She pleaded guilty to federal and local criminal charges in hopes to avoid spending any time behind bars. 

Eseun recalled one instance where she claims that Police Officers Anthony Quenga and Mario Laxamana responded to the Blue House at the call of cha after two girls ran away from the brothel. She said, "Mama San said to us if we try to run away, her best friend police officer, they knew where we stay, they know and can look for us and arrest us." When asked where the police officers were standing when she was told that, she said, "They were standing next to Mama San."

Eseun testified that she went into the VIP room to have sex with customers "more than five times a night" and said she was tired of the job, but Cha told her that she has to work for money. The trial resumes on Wednesday afternoon.

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