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Jury deliberations start for Blue House trial

by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Jury deliberations officially got underway at 8:30 this morning in the Blue House Lounge case. After three weeks of trial the fate of two police officers in the jury's hands. Anthony Quenga and David Manila are charged with conspiracy to commit kidnapping, compelling, promoting and abetting prostitution, criminal intimidation and criminal facilitation.  They are accused of being the enforcing arm of the brothel's owner Song Ja Cha.

Cha was scheduled for a criminal trial setting this morning in the superior court and is being tried separately.  Cha we should add has already been convicted in federal court in 2011 on 20 counts of sex trafficking, attempted sex trafficking, conspiracy and enticement to travel for the purpose of prostitution. She was sentenced to life in prison but is appealing the conviction.

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