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Blue House cop Manila gets 30 years

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - In the Superior Court of Guam today, former police officer David Manila was sentenced to 30 years in jail. Manila along with officer Anthony Quenga were found guilty in September 2013 on several criminal charges including conspiracy to commit kidnapping, compelling and abetting prostitution, criminal intimidation and criminal facilitation. The two were described as the enforcing arm of Song Ja Cha's criminal enterprise to bring young girls from Chuuk to work as prostitutes in her upper Tumon bar called the Blue House Lounge. Quenga is scheduled to be sentenced on Friday.

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