Satanic Abuse Rumbles On?

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I'm not sure if I have posted on this before, but I know a fairly senior (in my area) social worker who is totally convinced of the reality of the original SRA.

In their opinion everything claimed is real. I have to say their opinions were IMO uncritical, naive and self serving. They have achieved their position through stratagem rather than ability at their avowed aims.

Few (read none) of their staff share their loony outlook.
 

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Each group a world unto itself

BlackRiverFalls said:
but the rituals can be purely secular and/or invented by the perpetrators.
Yes, that's a key to understanding magical or magickal thinking. Each group can have entirely made up and individual rituals and procedures. They may use pre-existing pantheons of gods or make up their own or mix systems. In this sense, "satanic" is really a generic term, they may not specifically reference "Satan" at all in what they do. However, I used to live with a girl that slept with the Satanic Bible next to her bed at all times. She had plenty of interesting stories to tell, some of which may actually have had some truth to them. Many illiterate, bitter, angry, poor young people in the suburbs of New York are attracted to Satanism because it gives them a feeling of power and rebellion and community. Bit of advice: Never trust a self-proclaimed Satanist. They brag about how easy it is to lie to people.
 

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Re: Each group a world unto itself

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I used to live with a girl that slept with the Satanic Bible next to her bed at all times.
People still take THE SATANIC BIBLE seriously? Years ago I knew the Avon Books ghost writer who whipped up La Vey's "turgid" manuscript into publishable shape. He informed me that he (the ghost writer) cobbled together many of the rituals from old WEIRD TALES and Arkham House horror stories, mix and match, making up a lot of the material as he went along.
 

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that wouldn't surprise me OTR, it is an amazingly sh*te read.

In this sense, "satanic" is really a generic term, they may not specifically reference "Satan" at all in what they do.
yes, i'd agree entirely... i suspect a lot of SRA isn't strictly speaking satanic, and even if it is (or pretends to be), i suspect we're still looking at a cover for primarily paedo activities, i.e. both to terrorise and silence victims, and to leave them with a purposely crafted 'unbeleivable' testimony, rather than any genuine belief in satan, either as deity or as concept...
 

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CHARLOTTE LIGHT AND DARK by GARETH FEINBERG. PH.D (1979)
Raised by a pair of successful analysts immersed as she was in the culture of self-awareness, she had no way to stop watching herself, no possible avenue of escape from the jewel-like hail of mirrors that was her mind.
The scary thing is that that quote phrases EXACTLY how I feel all the time.

In fact, I'm gunna make it my signature
 

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austen27 said:
CHARLOTTE LIGHT AND DARK by GARETH FEINBERG. PH.D (1979)
Raised by a pair of successful analysts immersed as she was in the culture of self-awareness, she had no way to stop watching herself, no possible avenue of escape from the jewel-like hail of mirrors that was her mind.
You'd THINK that the lesson here would have been learned from Prof. Boris Sidis (1867-1923) of Harvard University and his son William James Sidis (1898-1944).

From the time of his son's birth Prof. Sidis struggled to turn the child into a super-genius. He actually seems to have produced one of the greatest minds of the 20th Century - a hyperpolymath who understood 40 languages and had a off-the-charts IQ estimated at at least 250-300 Binet.....and perhaps even higher.

But the younger Sidis was a "burned out case" by his early twenties. After a series of menial adding-machine-operator employments he spent the rest of his life collecting and memorizing thousands of streetcar transfers.
 

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Here's a case which sounds like a blast from the past. In some ways it is, for the offences are dated in the eighties and nineties. I'm sure some will seize on it as evidence that SRA is real but they will need to be reminded of what was originally claimed about whole communities united around child-sacrifice.

'Black magic' child abuser jailed

McFadden used threats to keep his young victims quiet

A former police officer who claimed he was a "black magic" high priest while sexually abusing three children has been jailed for seven years.

John McFadden, 42, from Bearsden, was found guilty of abusing a boy between 1988 and 1992 in Kirkintilloch.

He was also convicted of abusing two other youngsters at various addresses in Kirkintilloch between 1983 and 1990.

At the High Court in Glasgow, judge Lord Matthews also placed McFadden on the sex offenders register.

The court heard how McFadden had been running a martial arts club when he began abusing a 12-year-old boy who had joined.

He befriended the boy, invited him to stay overnight and told him that demons and spirits would kill him and drag him to hell unless he carried out sex acts.

He dressed in a black cloak and used a crucifix with a skull and crossbones and an onyx ring, which he claimed gave him power, to terrify the youngster into keeping the abuse a secret.

The victim, who is now 32, told how McFadden abused him almost every day for four years, using threats to keep him silent.

This was a fairly monstrous breach of trust. You ran a martial arts club and were well regarded

The victim said: "He started to get us into this black magic. He described himself as a high priest with this black magic circle.

"He said he could have out of body experiences and could talk to demons and spirits.

"One day he said he was going to initiate me into the circle and this became the main driver for my silence.

"He had a cast iron bowl and he pricked my finger and put some blood in it, then he took some of my hair and said that he had to have some of my semen and then it all had to be burned."

The abuse came to an end when the man joined the Royal Marines and moved away.

The court was also told that another man came forward in 1999 to complain that he had been indecently assaulted by McFadden at the age of seven.

McFadden resigned from the police that year but was not convicted at that time.

He was finally charged several years later after two others came forward to report similar incidents.

When police searched McFadden's home they found a devil mask and two wands alongside sex toys and lubricants.

He tried to claim that his victims were making up the abuse but a jury refused to believe him.

Passing sentence, Lord Matthews told McFadden: "This was a fairly monstrous breach of trust. You ran a martial arts club and were well regarded.

"You effectively took people off the street and taught them how to defend themselves, but then abused that trust."
 

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Sorry, James, but I don't see any connection at all with the "witch-trials" of 25 years ago.

In those unhappy days child witnesses were ORDERED by prosecutors to deliver false testimony in court, resulting in hundreds of totally innocent citizens being sentenced to long prison terms. It may well have been the lowest point for Western jurisprudence since the Mediaeval period.

But in the present case the complainant is THIRTY-TWO years old and there seem to be at least two additional lines of evidemce against the defendant.
 

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Today's Observer has a bizarre story. It makes strange, almost novelistic reading, hardly professional journalism, some of which may be due to editing. It is also far too long to paste:

Carole Myers Case :shock:
 

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Today's Observer has a bizarre story. It makes strange, almost novelistic reading, hardly professional journalism, some of which may be due to editing. It is also far too long to paste:
Private Eye covered this story a few weeks ago. Scary stuff, and astonishing that one of these "therapists" could have held the position of Head of Ethics at the BMA.
 

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The Private Eye version of the story presents something of a mystery in itself on quite a lot of levels.

Lack of an ascertainable cause of death and missing medical records upto age 21 make for pretty rich grounds for speculation in either direction.

It's slightly bizarre that every single cite in that article links to the SAFF or Sub-culture Alternative Freedom Foundation, which in real life is a rebadged acronym from the earlier Sorcerers Apprentice Fighting Fund, Sorcerers Apprentice being a business in Leeds which had an occult paraphernalia shop in the 80s and early 90s that was regularly harassed by local fundies and The Cook Report, at least until it mysteriously caught fire.

So called 'skeptics' and 'occultists' versus so called 'fundies' and 'feminists' - these really are murky waters.
 

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Obviously they ate them all and then ground down the bones and made bread with them, which they also ate. :roll:

I'm just suggesting that there is an organised lobby of people who want to rubbish claims of ritual abuse for their own reasons and in the case of the SAFF quite likely because a)they are occultists and consider themselves implicated by association b)some of them really hate fundies for setting their shop on fire and c) it's a nice little earner for them since the fundies set their shop on fire.
 
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This time an Australian House Church is behind it. I guess thi could fit under a Cult thread as well. Full text at link.

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March 19, 2012 - 2:47PM

Most horror stories begin ordinarily enough - the comfortable home, the happy family, the loving couple. And so it was with Nathan Zamprogno, who in 2008 was living with his wife, Kylie, and their five-year-old son, Liam, in Richmond, a small town at the foot of the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney. Nathan and Kylie had met as teenagers in a local church group, and had been married almost 10 years. He was 35; she was 33. They drove a station wagon and played soccer on Saturdays. Nathan worked nearby, at Wycliffe Christian School, where he was the IT specialist; Kylie, who had studied nursing, was waiting to start at Nepean Hospital as an administrator in the emergency department. ...

Above all, he is an optimist. He is the first to admit, for example, that his marriage wasn't perfect. Kylie suffered regular bouts of mental illness, including postnatal depression in 2002. Despite being close to her mother, who lived a short drive away in the Blue Mountains, she often felt lonely. She suffered a breakdown in 2004, then another in 2006, when she threatened self-harm, and, according to Nathan, falsely claimed to have swallowed two packets of Panadol.

"Yet, with the help of family and friends, Kylie always got better," he says. Indeed, the couple had even decided to try for more children and had extended their mortgage to renovate the house.

In April 2008, with her job at Nepean Hospital yet to start, Kylie found work on the front desk at Wycliffe Christian School, where she met an older woman called Virginnia Donges. Donges, a mother of six, had worked as the school's first aid officer, and was well known in the community. One day she invited Kylie to join a Bible study group, weekly meetings of which were held at members' houses in the Blue Mountains. "Kylie wasn't a lady who made friends easily," says Nathan, "so I was pleased."

Soon the meetings began to run later and later. Kylie would often stay out past midnight, without any explanation. Sometimes she wouldn't come home at all. When Nathan tried to call her, he would receive a text message, usually from Donges, saying that Kylie would "be home in the morning".

Nathan became increasingly worried: Kylie had been anxious about her new job, and had been showing signs of another depressive episode. But he was unsure what to do. "Kylie would take our only car, and I had a five-year-old in bed," he says. "I couldn't just take off after her." Besides, he told himself that she was in good hands: he knew Donges from her work at the school, and the group's other members seemed equally reputable.

On January 4, 2009, however, Kylie left for another meeting, telling Nathan she would be back for dinner. Liam and Nathan waved her off. "She never came back," he says.

When Kylie had been gone for three days, Nathan, with Liam in tow, visited Donges' home in Faulconbridge, in the Blue Mountains, where she lived with her husband, Wayne. There they found Kylie sitting, according to Nathan, "mute and unresponsive", in the lounge room. "Liam ran into her arms, but she was catatonic. In the end he just played Lego at her feet for two hours."

Donges, meanwhile, assumed the air of a hospital matron. "She looked at me very seriously and said, 'Nathan, you have no idea what we've been going through.'?" Apparently, Donges had been "counselling" Kylie for the most horrific child abuse, memories of which had come to light only after months of gruelling "therapy". Kylie, it seemed, had been raped and subjected to ritual Satanic abuse. She had, as a small girl, been taken from her bed by hooded figures and forced to witness murders. She had had boiling water poured in her ear, and been kept under the house and fed like a dog.

Not all of this was news to Nathan. Kylie had in the past spun wild stories about having participated in a murder, being raped and having an abortion. (She later retracted these claims.) But what Donges said next went one step further: as a way of coping with her abuse, Kylie had developed dissociative identity disorder (DID), and was now harbouring hundreds of separate identities, or "alters", the most dominant of which was a six-year-old girl named Hope, who sucked her thumb and had to be put to bed with a teddy.

From Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde to the 1976 film Sybil, DID, or multiple personality disorder, has become one of the most storied and controversial of all diagnoses. Springing in part from Sigmund Freud's theory of repression, DID is characterised by the presence of two or more identities that manifest recurrently to take control of the subject's behaviour. Each identity exists in isolation and without knowledge of the other, each sequestering memories of events too painful to bear. Reports of "multiple personalities" go back centuries: such behaviour was often attributed to demonic possession.

These days, many psychiatrists doubt that DID exists. Others suspect it is predominantly "iatrogenic", or brought about by its own treatment, which often comes in the form of recovered-memory therapy. "Recovered-memory therapy is when a counsellor leads the patient back to their other identity," says Don Thomson, professor of psychology at Deakin University in Melbourne. "When they arrive at that identity, they will be able to recall details of the initial trauma, which can then be properly processed."

Recovered-memory therapy is even more controversial than DID. In the 1990s it was implicated in a spate of court cases, both here and overseas, where victims recalled suffering incidents of child sex abuse, usually at the hands of their parents, that were later shown to have never occurred. "It's surprisingly easy to suggest false memories," says Thomson. "There's clear evidence that people who are emotionally distressed, when placed in an environment where they feel supported, are highly suggestible."

For this reason, experts recommend caution when dealing with recovered-memory therapy and DID. Yet when Nathan asked Donges how she had arrived at her diagnosis, he says she told him, "Spiritual discernment." (Neither Kylie nor Donges would be interviewed for this story.)

"At that stage, I said, 'Look, Kylie has to come with me, she's sick.' But they wouldn't allow it," says Nathan. "When we left, Liam waved his arms in her face and said, 'Mummy, Mummy, please talk to me. Why won't you talk to me?' But Kylie just sat there."

Over the following year, Nathan tried everything to get Kylie back; he called, he emailed, he wrote letters. He visited Donges's home, into which Kylie had moved. He went to the police, who told him they were powerless. He consulted Kylie's parents and siblings, whom she had also disowned. (Kylie was supposed to be a maid of honour at the wedding of her younger sister, Briony, in February 2009, but never showed up.) On Christmas Day, 2009, Nathan called Kylie and pleaded with her. "I said, 'Where are you? We miss you.' She said, 'I'm with my real family now.'?"

Kylie had long since lost her job at Nepean Hospital and assumed the name Hope - that of her six-year-old "alter". She had also been seen by a Blue Mountains psychiatrist, who after just two sessions confirmed a diagnosis of DID. In 2010, Kylie signed an enduring power of guardianship, giving the "Bible study group" the right to make medical decisions on her behalf.

http://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/spirite ... -1utb6.htm
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In the 1990s it was implicated in a spate of court cases, both here and overseas, where victims recalled suffering incidents of child sex abuse, usually at the hands of their parents, that were later shown to have never occurred.
It's a good job that it's possible to show after many years that a bad case of noncing never occurred... otherwise there might be some room for Doubt.

Perhaps Doubt is a friend of Hope... I bet they share lollipops. :D
 
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I'll put this here because sometimes the unbelievable takes place. A conspiracy of Catholic Church and government officals. I hope there is a hell for them to burn in.

Who would have believed these boys at the time? The monsters aren't Satanists, they are Christians.

Dutch Roman Catholic Church 'castrated at least 10 boys'
http://www.independent.ie/world-news/eu ... 54852.html

The NRC Handelsblad newspaper identified Henk Heithuis who was castrated in 1956

Boys castrated 'to get rid of homosexuality'

By Bruno Waterfield
Tuesday March 20 2012
AT LEAST 10 teenage boys or young men under the age of 21 were surgically castrated "to get rid of homosexuality" while in the care of the Dutch Roman Catholic Church in the 1950s.

Evidence of the castrations has emerged amid controversy that it was not included in the findings of an official investigation into sexual abuse within the church last year.

The NRC Handelsblad newspaper identified Henk Heithuis who was castrated in 1956, while a minor, after reporting priests to the police for abusing him in a Catholic boarding home.

Joep Dohmen, the investigative journalist who uncovered the Heithuis case, also found evidence of at least nine other castrations. "These cases are anonymous and can no longer be traced," he said. "There will be many more. But the question is whether those boys, now old men, will want to tell their story."

Mr Heithuis died in a car crash in 1958, two years after being castrated at the age of 20, while under the age of majority, which was then 21.

In 1956 he had accused Catholic clergy of sexually abusing him in his Church run care home.

Two clergymen were convicted of abuse but Mr Heithuis, a victim, was nonetheless transferred by police to a Catholic psychiatric hospital before being admitted to the St. Joseph Hospital in Veghel later that year.

There, court papers confirm, he was castrated "at his own request", despite no submission of his written consent. Sources told Mr Dohmen that the surgical removal of testicles was regarded as a treatment for homosexuality and also as a punishment for those who accused clergy of sexual abuse.

Cornelius Rogge, 79, a well-known Dutch sculptor whose family knew Mr Heithuis in the 1950s, reported the castration to an official inquiry into abuse within the Catholic Church. But his evidence was ignored.

"We once asked Henk to drop his pants when the women were gone. He did that. He was maimed totally. It was a huge shock," he said.

Last December, an official investigation by Wim Deetman, a former Dutch minister, received 1,800 reports of sexual abuse by clergy or volunteers within Dutch Catholic dioceses in the period since 1945.

The Deetman inquiry received a report of the Heithuis case from Mr Rogge but it was not followed up because "there were few leads for further research".

Evidence emerged on Monday that government inspectors were aware that minors were being castrated while in Catholic-run psychiatric institutions.

Minutes of meetings held in the 1950s show that inspectors were present when castrations were discussed. The documents also reveal that the Catholic staff did not think parents needed to be involved.

There are also allegations that Vic Marijnen, a former Dutch Prime Minister, who died in 1975, was linked to the case.

In 1956, Mr Marijnen was the chairman of the Gelderland children's home where Mr Heithuis and other children were abused. He intervened to have prison sentences dropped against several priests convicted of abusing children.

Dutch MPs will today (TUES) call for a parliamentary investigation into the allegations.

"I am shocked that boys were being castrated in the 1950s," said Khadija Arib, a Labour MP. "I want an independent investigation. We must find out how many cases there were, who knew about it and why the government did not act."

Evidence emerged on Monday that government inspectors were aware that minors were being castrated while in Catholic-run psychiatric institutions.

Minutes of meetings held in the 1950s show that inspectors were present when castrations were discussed. The documents also reveal that the Catholic staff did not think parents needed to be involved.

- Bruno Waterfield
 

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I'll put this here because sometimes the unbelievable takes place

In the last couple of years there have been several references to murders committed by clergy in homes in Ireland that were covered up by clergy, Garda Síochána and politicians.

I suppose after the Vatican Bank, Roberto Calvi and the ongoing sexual and physical abuse, wider scale murder of unvalued children and adults is almost inevitable.
 

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balding13 said:
I'll put this here because sometimes the unbelievable takes place

.......I suppose after the Vatican Bank, Roberto Calvi and the ongoing sexual and physical abuse, wider scale murder of unvalued children and adults is almost inevitable.
Probably not the right place for this piece either, but the Vatican Bank's still in trouble. From Mondays Daily Telegraph:

Vatican Bank faces fresh controversy

By Nick Squires, Rome

Thirty years after it was entangled in a scandal involving the mafia, money laundering and the mysterious death of the man nicknamed "God's banker", the Vatican bank faces fresh controversy.

The bank – formally known as the Institute for Works of Religion or IOR – has suffered the ignominy of having one of its accounts closed by JP Morgan after stone-walling requests for information.

The sanction came less than two weeks after the US State Department listed the Vatican as being potentially vulnerable to money laundering.

A Milan affiliate of JP Morgan said it will shut the account by the end of the month after revealing Vatican bankers had been "unable to respond" to requests for details about payments into the account.

A spokesman for JP Morgan in Milan declined to comment, citing client confidentiality.

The Milan branch had been seeking information since 2010, when the Vatican bank was accused by authorities in Rome of contravening money-laundering regulations.

In an unusual move, Ettore Gotti Tedeschi president of the Vatican bank, was placed under investigation and a judge in Rome ordered a freeze on €23m (£19.5m) held in one of the bank's accounts.

The scandal prompted the Vatican bank to initiate anti-money-laundering legislation, which is currently being debated by the Roman Catholic Church hierarchy.

The Vatican has a chequered history on financial transparency and propriety. Its financial past has included, most notoriously, its involvement in the bankruptcy of Italy's largest private bank, the Banco Ambrosiano, in 1982. Its president, Roberto Calvi, nicknamed "God's Banker", was found hanged beneath London's Blackfriars Bridge, with investigators unable to rule whether he had committed suicide or was murdered.

The Vatican bank was unavailable for comment.

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/news ... versy.html
 

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A Child's Book About Satanic Ritual Abuse

If there is one thing missing from bookshelves and libraries, it is children's picture books about Satanic abuse. Written in 1990, Don't Make Me Go Back, Mommy: A Child's Book about Satanic Ritual Abuse by Doris Sanford was meant to help therapists identify Satanic child abuse (as opposed to regular child abuse?) in their patients. In actuality, it is just terrifying. The author claims the text was "based on months of intensive research into the nature and practice of satanic ritual abuse," but it just comes across as minutes of panicked tabloid research from the McMartin trial.
http://www.fearnet.com/news/news-articl ... tual-abuse

Includes sample pages... :shock:
 
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sherbetbizarre said:
A Child's Book About Satanic Ritual Abuse

If there is one thing missing from bookshelves and libraries, it is children's picture books about Satanic abuse. Written in 1990, Don't Make Me Go Back, Mommy: A Child's Book about Satanic Ritual Abuse by Doris Sanford was meant to help therapists identify Satanic child abuse (as opposed to regular child abuse?) in their patients. In actuality, it is just terrifying. The author claims the text was "based on months of intensive research into the nature and practice of satanic ritual abuse," but it just comes across as minutes of panicked tabloid research from the McMartin trial.
http://www.fearnet.com/news/news-articl ... tual-abuse

Includes sample pages... :shock:
How are you going to get the kiddies to accuse their parents of witchcraft, if they don't know what it is that they are supposed to be accusing them of? A real step forward in the field of false memory syndrome.
 
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The author claims the text was "based on months of intensive research into the nature and practice of satanic ritual abuse," but it just comes across as minutes of panicked tabloid research from the McMartin trial.
On of the most frightening things I've ever seen in a documentary was one of the mothers connected with the McMartin case relating, with visible pride, the way by which she'd gone about punishing her son because he would insist on standing his ground in stating that he'd never been abused by any of the named parties. By her own admission, it took her weeks to break his resolve.

With people like that around, we don't need a Satan.
 

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I honestly think that's pretty much what it's all about. Hurting and/or threatening them with dire 'consequences' until they cave in, not just as a witness to their own life but as a human being. :cry:
 

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sherbetbizarre said:
A Child's Book About Satanic Ritual Abuse

If there is one thing missing from bookshelves and libraries, it is children's picture books about Satanic abuse. Written in 1990, Don't Make Me Go Back, Mommy: A Child's Book about Satanic Ritual Abuse by Doris Sanford was meant to help therapists identify Satanic child abuse (as opposed to regular child abuse?) in their patients. In actuality, it is just terrifying. The author claims the text was "based on months of intensive research into the nature and practice of satanic ritual abuse," but it just comes across as minutes of panicked tabloid research from the McMartin trial.
http://www.fearnet.com/news/news-articl ... tual-abuse

Includes sample pages... :shock:
Is that Kyle from South Park on the last page?!
 
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Stumbled across this recent case in West Hampstead, North London. Apologies if it's being discussed on another thread. (I'll move or delete if it is)

From Henry Makow .

Two UK siblings, 9 year old Alisa (A) and 8 year old Gabriel (G), recently appeared in Youtube videos titled "Papa kills babies." Both children describe how they had been involved in sexual abuse by adults, including their father, along with teachers and parents and 20 "special" children at the school they attended, Christ Church Primary School in Hampstead, London. (The children also report that many other schools in Hampstead also engage in satanic/sexual abuse.)
This is the video on You Tube posted by the mother where the kids describe in detail who's in involved, what happens and where it takes place. The link to a petition below is no longer active.

From what I've read the allegations were actually made last September and were withdrawn five days later with the explanation the children had made it all up while watching "The Mask of Zorro".

Other sites are discussing it:

Reddit have a thread.

The Faily Dail carries a story on the judicial outcome.

The yummy mummy, a 'satanic sex cult' and the smears that terrorised a very swish London suburb: Yoga teacher forced her children to make false abuse allegations against teachers, priests and their own father
Ella Draper forced children to lie about sexual abuse and torture
Accused dozens of people in Hampstead of being part of 'sex cult'
Judge called the internet campaign was ‘evil’ and ‘baseless’
She said couple may have fed children cannabis soup to gain compliance
More than four million people have viewed the ‘fantasy’ online material
By PAUL BRACCHI and TIM STEWART and STEPHANIE CONDRON FOR THE DAILY MAIL
PUBLISHED: 22:31, 22 March 2015 | UPDATED: 10:28, 23 March 2015
Emma Youle at Hamhigh.co uk has a timeline of the entire events highlights of which include:-

May 2014: The children’s father has contact with them for the first time since October 2013 after a period of renewed involvement by the London Borough of Camden.
In the same month, the mother meets her new partner, Abraham Christie.

August 2014: Ms Draper, Mr Christie and the children travel to Gibraltar and then Morocco, returning on September 4. Over the course of the four weeks spent abroad judge Mrs Justice Pauffley said the children’s minds were filled with “ever more elaborated, fantastical and sexually explicit stories” during “brainstorming sessions”. 16 short clips of interviews with the children alleging a satanic abuse ring in Hampstead led by their father and involving Christ Church Primary School in Hampstead, which were later widely published on the internet, were likely filmed as the children, mother and Mr Christie awaited their flight back to England.

September 17, 2014: During a third police interview both children withdraw their allegations. Each states that they had been made to say things by Mr Christie which were not true. They give very full details of the way in which he secured their compliance. Both children were assaulted by Mr Christie by being hit with a metal spoon on multiple occasions over their head and legs, by being pushed into walls, punched, pinched and kicked. Water was poured over them as they knelt semi-clothed.

February 12, 2015: Police officers attend Ms Draper’s address. Her car is on the driveway. Police are denied entry. While officers wait for the means to secure forced entry, three people climb out of a first floor window, run along the roof line of three or four houses and climb down onto some nearby garages where they disappear from sight. Ms Draper has not been seen by anyone in authority since. There are rumours that she has fled abroad.
A story of SRA raising it's ugly head again which ironically and legally untrue still manages to damage to children at it's heart. Thought it was worth posting.
 
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