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Worker testifies about cops at brothel

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Former Blue House worker Freda Eseun took the stand again today in the trial of Police Officers David Q. Manila and Anthony Quenga. Eseun, was described as other workers as the first lieutenant of owner Song Ja Cha.  Other women who testified during the trial says Eseun often acted as the translator and enforcer for Cha. 

She testified that she had sex with multiple customers in the VIP room each night and testified about one encounter with an unnamed police officer. She said, "I remember one police officer. He's from Tumon.  He came earlier with uniform but then Mama San said she don't like him walking around. Then he left and went back without uniform.  I didn't recognize his face.  I take him inside."

She said she did so because the man had bought her two beers at $40 apiece, but Cha called her out and told her that she didn't like him and knew he was a police officer.

Eseun also testified that she was paid between $500 and $800 a month no matter how many customers she had each night.  The government has called another alleged victim to testify and announced that co-defendant and Police Officer Mario Laxamana will take the stand on Thursday.

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