July 7, 2013 Comments Off on Survivors Unite to Expose Trafficking Networks, Cult and Ritual Crimes
– Survivors Unite to Expose Church & State Child Trafficking Networks
– Death sentence passed on police officer who killed his wife for ritual
– Woman and five men face trial in February over child sex charges
– Cult leader gets two life sentences for the murders of a little boy and one of his wives
Survivors Unite to Expose Church & State Child Trafficking Networks Child Safety July 6, 2013 By: Judy Byington
What’s going on? 180,000 indigent Canadian and British children disappeared or endured serial abuse? Over 2,000 adults of the 2007 Extreme Abuse Surveys report that as children they were ritually abused? Government mind-control experiments on children and satanic rites tie into the Catholic priest abuse scandal? Survivors of abuse from 21 nations are uniting to expose the Catholic Priest sex abuse church and state cover-ups.
Representatives will meet in Italy September 20-23 2013 for a media event, conference and convergence at the Vatican organized by Nobel Peace Prize Nominee Kevin Annett and the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS)., http://www.itccs.org, http://www.itccs.tv, and http://www.hiddennolonger.com.
“Problems of these ‘throw-away children’ who have no protectors is real, vast and can be connected to crimes of church and state on a global level,” says Judy Byington, author of ritual abuse survivor Jenny Hill’s biography, “Twenty-Two Faces.” (Tate Publishing: Oklahoma 2012) http://www.22faces.com and founder of Child Abuse Recovery http://www.ChildAbuseRecovery.com. Byington is working with the ITCCS and Neil Brick of the US survivor group, S.M.A.R.T. http://ritualabuse.us, to educate on how secret groups perform ritualized abuse and mind-control of children….
Death sentence passed on police officer who killed his wife for ritual
July 5, 2013
The Supreme Court on Friday affirmed the death sentence passed on Usman Maigari, a former policeman, for killing his wife, Sa’adatu.
….The appellant committed the offence on January 11, 1999, at his house in Yabo, Yabo Local Government Area of Sokoto State.
The former police officer had strangulated his wife to death for ritual purposes and conveyed her corpse and dumped it in a culvert near Janzomo Village along Kanjiji-Shagari road….
Woman and five men face trial in February over child sex charges
05 July 2013
A woman and five men have made their first appearance at crown court accused of a string of child sex offences including child prostitution and rape.
The alleged offences relate to 17 victims, 16 girls and one boy, aged as young as 12, between 2004 and 2011 in the Sheffield area.
Many were vulnerable and in care at the time of the alleged offences, Sheffield Crown Court heard.
The woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is accused of 41 offences relating to victims aged between 12 and 20.
She is charged with arranging or facilitating a child sexual offence, inciting or causing a child to become a prostitute and inciting or arranging or facilitating the prostitution of a child. The offences are said to have taken place between 2006 and 2010….
Cult leader gets two life sentences for the murders of a little boy and one of his wives
Peter Moses Jr. will spend the rest of his days locked up after prosecutors in Durham, N.C., found him responsible for the deaths of Jadon Higganbothan and Antoinetta McKoy. The former leader of the ‘Black Hebrew Israelites’ apologized in court for his actions.
By Carol Kuruvilla NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Friday, July 5, 2013
The head of a polygamous sect was given two life sentences on Friday for the murders of a 4-year-old boy and a wife who tried to escape his cult.
Prosecutors in Durham, N.C., found Peter Moses Jr. responsible for the shooting deaths of little Jadon Higganbothan and 28-year-old Antoinetta McKoy — two innocent victims of the “Black Hebrew Israelites.”
Moses called himself the chosen leader of one of the ancient tribes of Israel….
From his house on Pear Tree Lane, Moses managed to closely monitor and control his five “wives.” The women called one another sisters, studied the Bible together and shared chores. They would periodically share Moses’ bed.
The women handed any money they earned over to their leader, while Moses sat at home and brooded over his theology….