Church Pedophiles & Child Sex Trafficking Nests Intersect by The Thousands

Do not turn a blind eye. Pedophilia goes far beyond the walls of the church, and spreads much like the plague, infesting local communities and infiltrating daycares, schools, and foster care, while many remain protected by local community leaders and officials. Child sex trafficking and church pedophiles are rampant, and the lists being disseminated by churches across the country, pointing to pedophile priests and clergy, most of which have long been deceased, is a swift way to clean their hands of it, with false transparency. What they don’t want people to know, is just how far this truly reaches, and the fact that teachers, attorneys, police officers, sheriffs, politicians, and even judges are in their “pedophile family,” making sure their secrets are safe, rather than the victims. This is dark subject matter that is crucial for all to read in its entirety, in order to understand the true scope of what is happening to children across this country. Do not turn a blind eye – people must combat this for the children. This report will illustrate just how deep these nests go, the profoundly disturbing connections, detail of specific cases with numerous additional case links, show how communities are infiltrated, and what to pay very close attention to in one’s surroundings. Many churches are involved, not just the Catholic Church, who has the third highest total number of local congregations in the US, with 17,651 parishes. That said, it is important to touch on the Vatican in this report, due to significant statements and lack of action that has taken place. The lists are trickling out, but are people seeing the bigger picture and just how widespread this is? Do people understand they have the power to stop this? Let’s put this in perspective. In 2018 the Pennsylvania diocese released their list of 301 predator priests who sexually abused over 1,000 child victims. Since that report was released, investigations ensued into clergy in 14 states by attorneys general. New Jersey released a list of more than 180 priests. The Houston Chronicle uncovered 20 years of abuse by the Southern Baptist Convention, resulting in 700 victims, while those leaders who knew, did nothing. The Louisville KY diocese identified 48 priests. Bishops covered up the abuse by 118 Catholic clergy in Buffalo. In the California Bay Area, the list of priest sex offenders is currently at 212. Two Roman Catholic Jesuit provinces that cover nearly half the US, recently released a list of 153 priests and ministry leaders of sexual abuse that dates back to the 1950s. In a 2010 report by three advocacy groups, nearly 60% of Chicago’s Roman Catholic parishes have had a priest publicly accused of sexually abusing a child. In 2018, Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan revealed there were nearly 700 clergymen in Illinois that have been accused of child sexual assault. In 2017, six families with nine children filed a lawsuit against LDS – The Corporation of the First Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, alleging that LDS leaders knew one of their members was abusing children for years, and they covered it up. Is this nightmare beginning to sink in yet? This is a mere sampling. Continue reading. Hundreds of lists have been released across 28 states thus far, and we haven’t even touched on the child trafficking aspect in connection with churches. There needs to be an interactive map created, with pins in every church denomination across the country. The clickable pin would reveal names, dates, and charges of all clergy who have been involved in sexually abusing children, as well as those who covered it up. This is a great idea for someone who wants to develop this app. Italy and Poland have created maps worth looking at, to see just how widespread this issue is. A brilliant interactive map of L.A.’s pedophile priests was created back in 2012 by Socal Connect. This is the type of map that needs to be created across the entire country, by state. Make no mistake, pedophiles sharing children, and child sex trafficking go hand-in-hand in these nests they build. Just recently three pastors from Ohio were indicted on child sex trafficking charges, sharing the children, while operating out of multiple facilities. This case is illustrated further down, along with other cases involving child sex trafficking, a church involved with child sexual abuse and mutilations of cats for satanic rituals, a nest in Kentucky with a Judge sentenced to 20 years, and the indictments of countless other pedophiles involved in atrocities against children. What is important to absorb, is the fact that these people exist everywhere, and choose positions of work where children thrive. It is critical to be observant of one’s surroundings, to be able to spot the nests, and to be deeply aware of this epidemic, so as to protect ALL children. SHAMED: Pope Francis Says “Accusers Are Friends or Relatives of The Devil” The Pope was recently addressing pilgrims from the Italian diocese of Benevento, where he stated: Whose is the office of the accuser! The devil! And those who spend their life accusing, accusing, accusing, are – I will not say children, because the devil does not have any – but friends, cousins, relatives of the devil.He who loves the Church knows how to forgive, because he knows that he himself is a sinner and is in need of God’s forgiveness. Is the Pope trying to shame victims who are only recently seeing an admittance from the Church, of sexual child abuse dating back to the 1950’s – victims, whose perpetrators are long since dead? Victims who “accused” but never saw justice, and instead witnessed these men carry out their positions within the Church, while they continued to abuse other children. The Pope now states that these “accusers” are friends or relatives of the Devil, and if they love the Church they will know how to forgive. All the while, he sits on his throne beneath a magnificent sculpture called ‘The Resurrection’ which depicts Jesus with a seemingly skeletal tail, surrounded by skulls, as the Pope peers out to his audience seated in a hall, fashioned to look like that of a snake. Judge of Vatican’s Highest Appellate Court, Official of Vatican Embassy in D.C., and Vatican Diplomat – Child Sex Abuse and Child Pornography Charges In 2018, Monsignor Pietro Amenta, one of 22 judges of the Roman Rota accepted a plea bargain on charges of sexual molestation and having 80 pornographic images on his computer, some involving minors. From 1996-2012 he served as an official of the Vatican’s Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, prior to becoming a judge in 2012. In 2018, Monsignor Carlo Alberto Capella, former official of the Vatican embassy in Washington D.C., was sentenced to five years for using a computer to download and distribute pornographic images of children engaged in sexually explicit acts. In 2015, Archbishop Józef Wesolowski, a Vatican diplomat, died while under a form of house arrest, after facing charges of child abuse while in the Dominican Republic. They all cover for one another, and it’s all beginning to percolate to the surface, in the public eye. The recent Chilean scandal, where the bishops and the Pope were essentially covering for one of their own, is a perfect example of this. These are only a few of the thousands who have sexual abuse claims against them. Perhaps this shines a little light on why the Pope would like to keep this quiet, as in the past, and shuns accusers for daring to keep a spotlight on one of the world’s biggest and fastest growing tragedies of all time – pedophilia and child trafficking. 5 Cases Detailing Churches’ Involvement with Child Molestation, Child Sex Trafficking & More CASE #1:  3 Ohio Pastors, 3 Churches, 3 Victims (1 shared) – Child Sex Trafficking In November, 2017 Cordell Jenkins, Kenneth Butler, and Anthony J. Haynes were indicted and charged with child sex trafficking and child pornography. For starters, these men were all sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl, in hotels, at Greater Life Christian Center in Toledo, and at Abundant Life Ministries, dating back to 2014. Haynes gave the girl hush money and told her not to tell anyone or it would ruin his life, as well as recorded the sexual assaults on his cellphone. He also arranged her being abused by several other men, including Jenkins, who even abused her at his own home. Jenkins also abused a second girl in March of 2017. In addition to Butler’s involvement with this 14-year-old girl, he was also indicted on sex trafficking charges of a third girl. He was a pastor at Kingdom Encounter Family Worship. Despite these detestable acts, in January 2019, Alisa Haynes and Alexis Fortune, the wife and step-daughter of Anthony Haynes were charged for abducting one of the victims at gunpoint and warning her not to testify at trial. They removed the victim from her apartment, choked her with a cord and told her to take back statements she had made to investigators. Both have federal charges against them. In February, Laura Lloyd-Jenkins, the wife of Cordell Jenkins, pleaded guilty to making false statements to investigators, including stating that she wasn’t aware of Jenkins having sex with the girl, or being aware of her age. Lloyd served as a board member for Lucas County Children Services, and had been in regular communication with one of the victims dating back to 2016. She knew the girl was a minor, and met with her in person in March 2017, along with the girl’s guardian, at a local pizza place, whereby they showed Lloyd the text messages indicating Jenkins and Haynes had been paying the girl for sex. Investigators testified that they found searches on Lloyd-Jenkins phone on the same date she had met with the girl at the pizza place. Her searches revealed: “husband slept with 17-year-old,” “what is sex trafficking?,” “Southwest companion pass international travel,” and “find Caribbean hotels by Marriott.” Kenneth Butler was sentenced to 17-1/2 years in prison for conspiracy to sex traffic children, obstruction of sex trafficking investigation, and two counts of sex trafficking children. Cordell Jenkins pleaded guilty to two counts of sex trafficking of children, one count of sexual exploitation of children, and is awaiting sentencing. Anthony Haynes, who is charged with child sex trafficking, and knowingly recruiting, enticing, harboring, transporting, providing or obtaining a person under the age of 18, is awaiting trial. In an affidavit, it alleges that Haynes, along with a woman, engaged in sex acts on multiple occasions with a female teenager. This is a perfect example of how pedophiles working within a church, share victims, as well as traffic them, beyond church walls. These pastors abused three girls within the walls of the church, in one of their homes, in a car, and in multiple hotels. Two of the wives, along with a step-daughter went to great means to protect them, and one of the wives was on the board of child services. Plus, there is an affidavit stating a woman was present with Haynes while engaging in sex acts with a female teenager. Oftentimes, pedophilia runs in families and/or marriages. Sick yet? Don’t stop reading now. The children need help, and people need to be armed with this knowledge. CASE #2: Nine Clergy & Deputy Sheriff Arrested in Sexual Abuse of Two Dozen Children Involving Satanic Rituals Not long after Hosanna Church in Ponchatoula, LA closed its doors, in 2005 an investigation into sexual abuse of children and mutilations of cats for satanic rituals ensued, landing many of the church leaders in prison, including a deputy sheriff who once lived on the church grounds. Sheriff Daniel H. Edwards said that as many as 25 children, evenly split between boys and girls, may have been involved in sex acts at the youth center, in cars, and in homes of at least two of those charged. They believe the abuse began … Continue reading Church Pedophiles & Child Sex Trafficking Nests Intersect by The Thousands