Teenage Satanist and far-right extremist, satanic neo-Nazi death cult, Satanic worship Lords of Chaos, NXIVM cult, South Korean religious cult, Manson cult killer parole release blocked

December 2, 2020 Comments Off on Teenage Satanist and far-right extremist, satanic neo-Nazi death cult, Satanic worship Lords of Chaos, NXIVM cult, South Korean religious cult, Manson cult killer parole release blocked

– Teenage Satanist and far-right extremist sentenced for terrorism offences- Man charged in stabbing death of mosque caretaker followed hate group online (satanic neo-Nazi death cult)

– Relatives mourn sisters killed in vicious machete attack “gory and violent drawings and pictures, including skulls, Satanic symbols and demons. In one photo, Urias is wearing a red-colored devil mask”- Satanic worship, church burnings and murder: The true story behind ‘Lords of Chaos’ “We were singing about Satan and sadism, and everything that was wrong like torture”

– The NXIVM cult: How long are the leaders of going to jail for?- 21 members of a South Korean religious cult were arrested in Singapore.

– Manson cult killer has parole release blocked

Teenage Satanist and far-right extremist sentenced for terrorism offences 

Schoolboy avoids jail after admitting terrorism and child abuse image offences

Nadeem Badshah Mon 2 Nov 2020 

A teenage Satanist and far-right extremist has been given a suspended sentence after posting bomb-making manuals on neo-Nazi forums and downloading indecent images of children. Harry Vaughan, 18, a grammar school pupil who achieved four A* grades in his A-levels, was sentenced at the Old Bailey on Monday after admitting 14 terrorism offences and two child abuse image offences. He was given two years’ detention suspended for two years. Vaughan was arrested by police in June last year following an investigation into an online forum called Fascist Forge. Police found that the teenager, of south-west London, had been concealing his identity behind numerous aliases and boasting about school shootings, sharing explosives manuals and neo-Nazi propaganda online, expressing homophobic views and downloading indecent images of underage boys. Digital forensic specialists retrieved 4,200 images and 302 files from Vaughan’s devices including an extreme rightwing terrorist book and documents relating to Satanism, neo-Nazism and antisemitism.Police also discovered graphics encouraging acts of terrorism in the name of the proscribed organisation Sonnenkrieg Division and footage of the 2019 Christchurch mosque massacre…. https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2020/nov/02/teenage-satanist-and-far-right-extremist-sentenced-for-terrorism-offences

Man charged in stabbing death of mosque caretaker followed hate group online

Guilherme ‘William’ Von Neutegem, 34, is accused of stabbing 58-year-old Mohamed-Aslim Zafis outside mosque CBC News · Sep 21, 2020 

The man charged with stabbing a volunteer caretaker to death at a Toronto mosque shared what appears to be content from a satanic neo-Nazi group in social media posts, according to an organization that tracks online extremism.The revelation comes amid calls for the killing to be investigated as a hate crime, something the Toronto Police Service is considering at this time.

Guilherme “William” Von Neutegem, 34, is charged with first-degree murder in connection with the killing of Mohamed-Aslim Zafis…. Evan Balgord, the organization’s executive director, describes the group Von Neutegem is linked to as a satanic neo-Nazi death cult.”They’re all the worst things that you could possibly think of,” Balgord told CBC News. “They are explicitly anti-Semitic and they’re explicitly racist,” Balgord said. “They worship Hitler as a God figure.”Balgord’s organization isn’t the only one concerned about the group’s activity. According to the U.K. anti-hate research organization Hope Not Hate, the group’s beliefs involve “culling” civilization, with followers encouraged to engage in extreme violence, random attacks and sexual assault….https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/mosque-stabbing-suspect-1.5732078

Relatives mourn sisters killed in vicious machete attack by suspect once considered ‘kind’

BY MICHELLE HUNTER Oct 27, 2020…. 

But Urias’ Facebook pages show a fascination with disturbing imagery. They are filled with gory and violent drawings and pictures, including skulls, Satanic symbols and demons. In one photo, Urias is wearing a red-colored devil mask, perhaps the one authorities say he was wearing during the killings. In another picture, Urias holds a large knife as he stands shirtless with an upside-down cross around his neck, a drawing of what looks like a demon on a skeletal horse and a belt of bullets around his waist. Rocky Tornabene said he’s been told about Urias’ unusual social media posts. But he said he suspects the images are linked to the hard-core heavy metal music that Urias – and Rocky Tornabene, himself – enjoyed, rather than a sign of sickness or a violent nature. Fortenberry said it’s likely the images are more a stereotype or phase…..https://www.nola.com/news/crime_police/article_1e2c87cc-1893-11eb-aee8-53f54aa07eb5.html

Satanic worship, church burnings and murder: The true story behind ‘Lords of Chaos’
By Steve Appleford
Feb. 12, 2019

The terrible dawn of Norwegian black metal came during the summer of 1984, during an adolescent season of inspiration in a small village outside Oslo.Guitarist Oystein Aarseth and bassist Jorn Stubberud, both 16, formed a band called Mayhem, fueled on their love for the bleakest forms of heavy metal, slasher films and an attraction to rebellion and evil. To signify their break from mainstream Christian society — and in opposition to the glam-metal dudes in hairspray and spandex — the Mayhem founders took on ominous new identities: Aarseth would be known as “Euronymous,” Stubberud as “Necrobutcher.” “That’s why we started to wear our hair all black. We were singing about Satan and sadism, and everything that was wrong like torture and stuff like that — the opposite of hanging around at the beach,”

Necrobutcher, now 50, recalled of those days. “We were looking for perversity and craziness.” They found it in their creation of a frantic metal subgenre that was uniquely grim and threatening, just as Mayhem and others in the Norwegian black metal scene began to stumble from a frightening made-up image and into tragic reality. Within a decade, bandleader Euronymous was murdered by another band member, and a Mayhem singer was dead from suicide. Others were sent to prison for murder and dozens of churches across the country had been burned to the ground by band members and black metallers inspired by their example….https://www.latimes.com/entertainment/movies/la-ca-mn-jonas-akerlund-lords-of-chaos-20190212-story.html

The NXIVM cult: How long are the leaders of going to jail for? One of the wildest scandals of the late 2010s was the chilling details of the NXIVM cult. Unearthed in 2017 by The New York Times, Frank Parlato, and former NXIVM members, NXIVM was responsible for sex trafficking, branding, and extorting money from many of its members. In 2018, after an FBI investigation, most of its leadership was arrested, including NXIVM founder and “vanguard” Keith Raniere. In 2019, NXIVM’s arrested leaders either plead guilty or were convicted of the charges against them. In 2020, the sentencing hammer, or gavel, is coming down with two leaders already serving time behind bars. Plus, two new docuseries have been released on HBO Max & Starz respectively: The Vow and Seduced: Inside the NXIVM Cult. What was advertised as a self-help group devolved into unspeakable sexual & financial crimes that are finally landing those responsible in jail.https://filmdaily.co/news/nxivm-cult-jail/

21 members of a South Korean religious cult were arrested in Singapore.
By Divya Taery

21 men and women were arrested for being members of an “unlawful society” in Singapore on 11 November 2020. In other words, they were part of an unregistered secretive South Korean church.According to Coconuts, 9 men and 12 women were arrested by the police from the Criminal Investigation Department. Investigations revealed that they were connected to the local chapter of Shincheonji Church of Jesus (SCJ) which has been labelled as a cult in most places. 

What are the tell-tale signs of a cult?For starters, cults are helmed by charismatic living leaders (aka not an omnipresent god). They are real people who tend to be the main focus of the group, usually with the most power and authority.

 According to The Guardian, cults also have a process of indoctrination but this is subtle as it comes across as educating new recruits. The process tends to favour the group and its leader. Probably the most significant sign is the abuse. This could mean economic abuse, sexual abuse or mental abuse. This ranges from guilting members for more “donations” and alienating members from their family and friends. So, is SCJ a cult?The church is led by Lee Man-hee. He founded SCJ and claimed that Jesus Christ appeared before him as a “bright heavenly figure”. Members refer to him as “the promised pastor,” “the one who overcomes” or “the advocate.”They also believe he will live forever.

In their Singapore chapter, recruited members were not allowed to contact each other, verify/question teachings with other churches and speak to their family about the group’s activities.There are also many reports on how members cut ties with their family after joining the group.  Oh and the group believes that its founder Lee, is the second coming of Jesus Christ and he will take 144,000 followers to heaven with him on Judgement Day….https://sea.mashable.com/culture/13201/21-members-of-a-south-korean-religious-cult-were-arrested-in-singapore-heres-what-we-know

Manson cult killer has parole release blocked

Tuesday, 1 Dec 2020 

California’s governor has blocked the release of Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Houten, marking the fourth time a governor has reversed parole for the notorious cult murderer. 

Governor Gavin Newsom said Van Houten, 71, would still pose a danger to society if released after more than five decades behind bars, citing her lack of “insight or candour” into her role in the gruesome 1969 killing of a Los Angeles couple. “Given the extreme nature of the crime in which she was involved, I do not believe she has sufficiently demonstrated that she has come to terms with the totality of the factors that led her to participate in the vicious Manson family killings,” Mr Newsom wrote. The decision came after a parole board in July approved the release of Van Houten, who is serving a life sentence.At the age of 19, she was among a trio of Manson followers who broke into the home of Leo and Rosemary LaBianca. Van Houten stabbed the latter 16 times….

Devious and violent activities of devil worshippers – based on actual events from Hammond, 58 cases of child abuse, 1,202 counts of child sex abuse

January 18, 2017 Comments Off on Devious and violent activities of devil worshippers – based on actual events from Hammond, 58 cases of child abuse, 1,202 counts of child sex abuse

– Fort Polk soldier writes horror novel – and it’s based on real-life events
– Sunil Rastogi linked to 58 cases of child abuse
– He was charged with 1,202 counts of child sex abuse. Now he will begin to serve his sentence.

Fort Polk soldier writes horror novel – and it’s based on real-life events
Sunday Jan 15, 2017 By RACHEL STEFFAN

Sgt. 1st Class Joseph “Joe” Willie, a Hammond native, writes under the name of J.P. Willie. He has served 17 years in the Army, with three to go until retirement. He has been all over the world. Now he is back in Louisiana at Fort Polk, with his wife Corrie and their five children.

One might assume that growing up in rural Hammond, Louisiana, Willie would have had a quiet, southern upbringing, and he did. But he had some horrific, first-hand experiences due to a long string of activities surrounding the occult, and these fueled his first novel….

the inspiration for his novel, “Blood in the Woods,” comes from a different place.

…he felt he could write a horror novel about the things that happened in this area.

The story, about the devious and violent activities of devil worshippers, is based on actual events from Hammond in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The book is officially fictional because he dramatized the story, however, it is based in his real experiences, memories, and court documents.

Willie recalls that he and childhood friends would sometimes find small animals gutted open on a makeshift altar in the woods. That is in the book, and the group of friends in this coming-of-age novel are also real….

The real-life case

This case made Tangipahoa Parish infamous for some time, and it still comes up in pop culture. The events which took place in and around Hosanna Church may have served as inspiration for the 2014 HBO series “True Detective.”

“Some people in Hammond are still uncomfortable talking about it,” Willie said,

In May 2005, Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff Daniel Edwards, told The Baton Rouge Advocate that members of the Ponchatoula cult, who were accused of abusing children and animals, said they carried out the practices for years as part of a devil worshiping ritual involving cat blood.

Willie said the regular pastor of Hosanna Church, Louis Lamonica Jr., ran these rituals inside the church at night. Lamonica’s own children were being assaulted by the “dark congregation.”

In his confession, Lamonica claimed he had performed satanic rituals, child sexual abuse, and animal sacrifice in the church, and that he was not alone. He asserted that there were five other participants, including his wife, Robin, and, notably, a sheriff’s deputy, Chris Labat.

Willie’s point of view is particularly poignant as a writer, because he was a kid running around, bumping into the remnants of the cult’s activities. He is not just telling someone else’s story.

As the summary on his book states, the characters spent their time “playing in the woods, shooting pellet guns, blowing up mailboxes, fighting at school, and the beginnings of interests in girls.” Eventually, the characters “stumble upon something horrific in the woods one evening and their lives quickly take a turn.”

“The book is extremely graphic and truly disturbing, especially to parents,” Willie said.

Willie makes the distinction between Satanists and devil worshippers.

“I knew some soldiers who were open Satanists,” he said. “They told me quite a bit about it. They don’t believe in God or a devil. Their antics are a mockery of the Catholic Church. They believe they are their own gods, and they do whatever their hearts desire.”….

Devil worshippers, meanwhile, take violent action and maintain religious rituals.

“It’s a lot of blood sacrificial offerings. Out in the country, where I lived, there were lots of cattle and farmers. Devil worshippers were killing cows and ripping their hearts out on a regular basis.”

Willie emphasized that the book is not promoting or glorifying these occult activities….

Sunil Rastogi linked to 58 cases of child abuse
Somreet Bhattacharya TNN Jan 18, 2017

NEW DELHI: It cannot have been an easy task given that paedophile Sunil Rastogi confessed to 500 criminal acts over a dozen years, but Delhi Police has now pinpointed 58 of them, greatly increasing the chances of the sexual predator being put behind bars for life.

Only 15 cases of children being sexually assaulted by Rastogi were registered with the cops. Probe revealed that since 2004, Rastogi was detained thrice at police stations in Uttarkhand, UP and Delhi, but obtained release easily enough. After 2008, the 38-year-old had reduced his forays into Delhi when the laws regarding sexual assaults were strengthened.

The findings showed that while five cases were registered in east Delhi between 2004 and 2017, two incidents were reported from Udhampur, two from Rampur and three from Ghaziabad. In the same period, three cases were documented in Rudrapur in Uttrakhand.

Police said they had contacted the victims in three other cases that have surfaced in Delhi and requested them register a police complaint. A joint police team comprising cops from Delhi, Uttarakhand and UP is now trying to convince victims of the identified incidents to register complaints to ensure a watertight case against Rastogi. “We will seek Rastogi’s police custody if the charges against him are strong enough,” said Omvir Singh Bishnoi, DCP (East)….

After his arrest last Saturday, Rastogi claimed that he had first committed a sexual crime while living in Delhi with his family, the victim being a neighbour at the slum near Kalyanpuri. A case in this regard was registered in 2004 at the Ghazipur police station under Section 354 of the Indian Penal Code (assault or criminal force to woman with intent to outrage her modesty). However, the law had permitted Rastogi to seek a bail from the police station itself. The cops are trying to trace the victim to convince her to record a fresh statement….

He was charged with 1,202 counts of child sex abuse. Now he will begin to serve his sentence.
January 17, 2017
By Jeremy Hartley

A Boalsburg man charged with more than 1,000 felony counts of sexual abuse was sentenced on Tuesday to 20 to 40 years in prison.

Richard Garmat, 60, was accused by a family member of sexual abuse last year. The family member claimed the abuse began in fifth grade and continued until the minor was 15.

Garmat was charged in June with 1,202 counts, including 504 felony counts of unlawful contact with a minor, 123 felony counts of aggravated indecent assault without consent and 209 felony counts of indecent assault of a person younger than 13 years of age…..

The victim spoke to Ruest prior to sentencing, saying Garmat was someone “who used me, made me feel worthless and ashamed and useless to the world.”

“I will not stay broken,” the victim said, “and I will know I am healing knowing he will be held accountable for his actions.”….

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