Thursday, December 31, 2009

Bishop arerested for robbery, drugs, and child molestation

We need to note that this is the newer, correct version.

(EDITOR'S NOTE: A previous version of this story contained incorrect information. Bishop Anthony Martinez Garduno served at St. Edwards Parish in Corona until 1993.)

A church bishop shot earlier this year in an attempted robbery was arrested on suspicion of selling narcotics and is being investigated on suspicion of sexual assault.

Authorities served a search warrant Tuesday at Our Lady of Tepeyac Church in Home Gardens, an Old Catholic fellowship outside Corona. Sheriff's investigators found evidence the man was selling narcotics from the church, according to a Riverside County sheriff's report.

Following the search, police arrested Bishop Antony Martinez Garduno, 51, of Home Gardens, on suspicion of burglary, selling narcotics, possession of methamphetamine and possession of a controlled substance, sheriff's officials said.

Authorities began investigating Garduno after a Dec. 21 report alleging sexual assault on children at the church in the 13000 block of Magnolia Avenue, according to the report.

A man reportedly told authorities he was molested by Garduno when he was 17. He said he also knew of other youths who claimed to be victimized by the bishop and were sold methamphetamine, the report stated.

At the church, sheriff's deputies found evidence related to possible sexual assaults that took place at the church, the report stated.

Garduno's arrest was not on suspicion of sexual assault and no charges have been filed.

Garduno is a defrocked Roman Catholic priest who was tried for heresy and schism in 1996 for forming his own church. He left St. Edwards Parish in Corona in 1993 after he was accused of asking a man to strip during a marriage counseling session. He later filed a lawsuit and denied any inappropriate activity.

Sheriff's officials are looking for any possible victims.

Detectives are trying to find out whether sexual assaults may have occurred without the victims' knowledge or while they were under the influence of drugs, Riverside County sheriff's Sgt. Dennis Gutierrez said.

After Garduno was shot at the church in September, five men were charged with attempted murder and robbery. Deputies said Garduno confronted the men during a robbery attempt, and they wounded him.

The five, Willis Bagley, Anthony Coleman, Timothy Jacquemain, Andrew Swindle, and Jaccob Buschow, were arrested after a police chase. They were accused of going on a robbery spree at Denny's restaurants from Los Angeles to Norco.

"At the time, we thought it was a random incident, but now we believe the suspects may have known the bishop kept narcotics and large amounts of cash at the church," Gutierrez said.

Garduno was jailed and could not be reached for comment Wednesday. Bail was set at $25,000. No one at the church answered the phone or returned calls seeking comment.

Authorities are asking anyone with information to call the Jurupa Valley sheriff's station at 951-955-2600.

Church leader aressted for drugs, sex abuse

CORONA, Calif.—A Southern California church leader has been arrested on drug-related charges amid allegations that he drugged and sexually abused children, authorities said Wednesday.
Anthony Garduno, 51, was arrested Tuesday for investigation of possession of drugs and stolen property after investigators found evidence he was selling drugs from his church, said Riverside County Sheriff's Sgt. Dennis Gutierrez.

Authorities searched Garduno's Our Lady of Tepeyac church near Corona after a 21-year-old man claimed he had been sexually assaulted by the bishop when he was 17.

The man, whose name was not released, also accused Garduno of selling methamphetamines and assaulting other boys, Gutierrez said.

"We have evidence to believe there are many other victims in that community and that some of the victims may not even be aware because we believe they were possibly drugged," Gutierrez said Wednesday.

Gutierrez declined to reveal what evidence was found in the church.

Garduno was hospitalized following a shooting in the church courtyard in September that was allegedly part of a robbery attempt. Gutierrez said authorities now suspect thieves targeted Garduno because they believed he had drug money.

Trial set for pastor who murdered wife

by Loren Korn, Seth Kovar, and Zlatko Filipovic

WACO - The pre-trial of the former preacher accused of murdering his wife and trying to make it look like suicide was held Wednesday morning. Matt Baker showed up to hear whether a list of motions were granted or denied for the upcoming trial.

•One of Baker's attorneys, Guy James Gray, asked to be removed from the case because of "serious and material breach of conduct." He also claimed there has been a conflict between he and Baker. Nineteenth District Court Judge Ralph Strother denied the request.
•Motion for the defense to get a copy of Vanessa Bulls' grand jury testimony before the trial was denied. Bulls is Baker's alleged girlfriend from December 2006.
•Vanessa Bulls is granted immunity
•The defense plans to challenge Bulls' credibility because of conflicting stories between what she told police and what she testified before a grand jury
•Defense requested $1500 from the court to interview and talk with state expert witnesses. That request was granted.
•Judge reinstated the gag order over everyone involved in this case
•Start date for trial has been moved from January 11th to January 12th
•Defense will have access to a complete list of state expert witnesses
The McLennan County District Attorney's Office submitted a list of 97 potential witnesses for the upcoming trial. Matt Baker's mother and children are on the list along with Kari Baker's friends and family members.

Justice of the Peace Billy Martin and Reade Quinton were also subpoenaed. Quinton was the Dallas forensic scientist who was involved in Kari Baker's delayed autopsy. Several private investigators, Hewitt and Waco police officers, and crime scene forensic analysts were also subpoenaed.

Vanessa Bulls, Matt Baker's alleged girlfriend, was also subpoenaed. Police claim Baker made numerous phone calls to her just days before and after his wife's death. There's also an interesting request on the list: all e-mails Bulls and Baker had during the month of December in 2006 have also been subpoenaed.

Baker was originally arrested for his wife's murder and then had those charges dropped because the District Attorney's office didn't indict him within six months. But after a female acquaintance of the former pastor, Vanessa Bulls, testified before a McLennan County Grand Jury, Baker was arrested and then indicted for Kari Baker's murder.

Hewitt police found Kari's body in the Bakers' home in April of 2006. The death was originally ruled a suicide. But four months later, Justice of the Peace Billy Martin ordered her body exhumed and an autopsy performed at the urging of Kari Baker's parents, who insisted she was murdered. That autopsy showed traces of sleeping pills and medicine in her muscle tissues.

Sunday, December 27, 2009

Pastor shoots son to death

Remember Mathew 15:4 where Jesus said to kill rebellious and disobedient children?

DARBY, Pa. (AP) — A pastor fatally shot one of his eight children on Christmas Day during a dispute at the family home, where more than a dozen relatives had gathered to celebrate the holiday, police said.

Kirk Caldwell killed 21-year-old Jordan Caldwell after intervening in a violent confrontation between the son and a woman at around 2 p.m. at their home in suburban Philadelphia, Darby Borough police said Friday.

Kirk Caldwell fired a single shot, striking his son in the chest, police Chief Robert Smythe said. Jordan Caldwell died at a hospital shortly afterward, police said.

Smythe, who noted he had met Caldwell a couple of times, called the pastor a "very good man" and said he was "quite surprised."

"I find this is not something I would expect this guy to do," Smythe said.

As a pastor at End Times Harvest Mission for Christ in Philadelphia, Kirk Caldwell had spoken against violence at a vigil for a slain teen in Darby last summer.

"Retaliation is never the answer. Retaliation is only going to make it worse," Caldwell said, according to the Daily Times of Delaware County.

Donald Mosby, 81, who has lived next door to Caldwell for a couple of years, said the pastor also worked as a plumber and seemed "like a moderate man."

He said Caldwell used to shuttle parishioners to and from church in his vans.

The 44-year-old Caldwell had not been charged as of Friday evening. The gun was legally registered to him, Smythe said.

There was no answer at the Darby Borough Police Department on Saturday. A woman who answered the phone at Caldwell's home Saturday declined to comment.,0,3807380.story

Thursday, December 24, 2009

God "hates" Lady Gaga

Fans have a new reason to love Lady Gaga now that the notorious Westboro Baptist Church officially hates the singer.

The Kansas-based congregation, helmed by Rev. Fred Phelps and consisting largely of his offspring, announced plans Wednesday to picket Gaga's Jan. 7 show in St. Louis, calling the 'Bad Romance' star a "hussy" and a heathen for "seducing a generation."

A press release for the 'God Hates Lady Gaga' protest contains no mention of the church's signature issue, hatin' gays and such, but one can assume they don't approve of Gaga's bisexual leanings and tolerance of homosexuality.

Instead, the folks who shamefully protest funerals of fallen servicemen focus on Gaga's artistic merit. "There's nothing new or different about this particular hussy's pretentious prancing," the statement reads.

Further, Westboro implores Gaga's fans not to be seduced by her charms.

"Even as she gives lip service to 'liberating' her young fans, Lady Gaga brings them into slavery to their own corruption, teaching them to glory in their shame. She hates you!"

Reached for comment, St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay tells PopEater that while he respects Westboro's right to protest Gaga, "this instance seems more like pop music criticism than political protest."

Ultimately Slay, who peppers his Twitter updates with pop culture references, says he isn't worried about any possible impact the protest will have on the occasion. "I hope her fans have fun and spend lots of money here. Other than that, there's 'Nothing Else I Can Say (eh eh).'" -- a nod to Gaga's track 'Eh Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say)'

In case you're itching to join the protest or any counter-protests, here's the info: Thursday, Jan. 7 from 6:30 - 7:30 pm outside the (fabulous!) Fox Theatre, 527 N. Grand Blvd., St. Louis MO.|canada-toshiba|dl2|link5|

Rifqa Barry's brother is a binge drinker/non virgin!!???

So much more light continues to be shed on Rifqa. And surprisingly we thank Pamela Geller for giving this delightful insight to us.
You can view his DUI'S, and other criminal activity here:

Do you see something? PAMELA GELLER IS A STALKER. She spends her entire day taking pictures of people in the internet, she spends her entire day searching people up, doesn't this seem a little creepy to you?

On his facebook (the brother of Rifqa) page:

I'm a selfish prick. A hot, Carmel love, pampered intellectual with a big dick and a marathon thognue. I'm young enough to do it often and old enough to do it right. I don't have time for petty drama or emotional hysterics. I do what I want, When I want.

And on the side of his facebook page:

God is a DJ, life is a dancefloor, love is the rhythm, you are the music.

Wow, what an Islamic family huh? Both children are engaged in christian activity anyways. Rifqa a cheerleader and her brother a drunk.

Oh and notice on the comments, David Wood from and acts 17 apoologetics, made references to his psychotic thoughts.
Notice how ALL chrstians label this as "islamic" and how they don't mention islam doesn't have what the Barry kids do. And take note as well how they don't condemn binge drinking/adultery. Why? Because christans use John 8:1-11 as a guide, letting them adulter all they want because God gave them "freedom". And the satanic drink alchohol is necessary consupmtion in the christian faith.

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Why I'm not going to debate Christians about Rifqa Barry/Islam on Facebook

So I got an email today, from a person (I do not know if they're muslim or not) asking me to debate Christians on a facebook group called "Saving Rifqa Barry". I actually didn't know there existed a group about Rifqa, because I searched for one before and couldn't find anything on her.
So anyways the group, as any other christian source of material, is attacking Islam left and right. But we all know Christians come up with the same tactics, excuses, and attempts, as if they completely ignore muslim answers (scoff). Though they don't have much on there.
Every member who's posted seems quite angry at Islam and at the same time experts. While the lame allegations which only make us slap our knees harder, due to the sensitivity, I won't go and refute them. Let them keep there momentum on bashing Islam (wierd they use the bible to defend themselves isn't it?).
I like how everyone praises eachother, like "Great Job brother" or "Amen" to anything anti islamic. Again we see the holy spirit guiding those who believe in Paul.

I don't want anyone to think that I've stopped to go onto anti-islam groups and refute christian myths and lies, but just not the one about Rifqa. I don't think christians will be able to handle the contradictions, and countless updates by Rifqa Barry.
For those who haven't seen the articles on Rifqa I wrote, please click onto the "Rifqa Barry" tab.

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

More on Uganda

Stephen Green, leader of the Christian extremist group ‘Christian Voice’, remarked:

“The Bible calls for the ultimate penalty for sodomy (Lev 20:13) and for rape (Deut 22:25), and our Lord upheld the death penalty when He called for the accusers of the woman caught in adultery to cast the first stone (John 8:7) – if, that is, they were not implicated in adultery themselves.

Monday, December 21, 2009

Capital punishment for Gay's is well on the rise

Yesterday we looked at the christianization of Uganda. And just a day later the proposed law of killing Gay's, is becoming more clear.

Here's an astonishing idea: Ugandan officials give lessons in diplomacy and morality to U.S. leaders as they seek complicity from global Christians in a proposed bill that would criminalize, even kill, homosexuals.

It seems that they're unhappy with recent public comments by U.S. politicians and clergy who began speaking out in public (after days of hammering by Rachel Maddow on MSNBC.)

The bill that goes before their parliament in January would make homosexual activity comparable to rape and therefore due for the death penalty, imprison people with HIV/AIDS and punish their friends and neighbors, ministers and physicians if they fail to turn in gay people to the authorities.

There's more on the link here:

Sunday, December 20, 2009

New proposed Uganda Law: If you see a homosexual, you call the police

And let us firstly check the demographics in Uganda:
42% Protestant
42% Roman Catholic

This is an interview. Quite nice actually. I hope you notcice the part where christian leaders are the ones who have been pushing for the law. You can here the interview as well.

Friday, December 18, 2009

Shane Sparks, a famous hip-hop choreographer, charged with Child Molestation

Well I was going to do the "Famous Christians" segment, but something better came up.
Just a heads up, lets look on his Myspace page (
On the left side bar, where its listed as "deatails", we notice what his faith is. Any guesses?

Los Angeles police arrested "America's Best Dance Crew" judge Shane Sparks (born Melvin Shane Sparks), Friday morning (December 18) on a felony warrant and charged him with eight counts of felony child molestation. He is being held on $590,000 bail.

According to a spokesperson for the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office, Sparks, 35, was taken into custody at around 8 a.m. PT on Friday on a felony warrant charging him with molestation that allegedly began in the early-to-mid 1990s.

The age of the victim was not revealed by the DA's spokesperson, but Sparks would have been in his early 20s at the time they allegedly began. The DA's office spokesperson declined to provide more specific detail on the allegations at press time because the original charging document released to the press contained substantial typographical errors that did not reflect the true nature of the charges.

KTTV Fox News 11 in Los Angeles reported that the victim was one of Sparks' dance students at Millennium Dance Complex in Los Angeles.

MTV had no comment on the arrest, and a rep for Sparks told MTV News that no comment was available at press time.

Cincinnati-born Sparks has worked with Brandy, Aaliyah, Monica and Lindsay Lohan and was nominated for an Emmy for his choreography on "So You Think You Can Dance."

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Spiritual healer accused of murder

A US judge has set a 2.26 million dollar (£1.38 million) bail for a British spiritual healer accused of murdering a Las Vegas woman and stuffing her body in a rubbish bin.

Michael Lane, 37, originally from London, is alleged to have hit 44-year-old Ginger Candela with a frying pan and strangled her after deciding during a meditation session that she should die, police documents show.

Lane, a motivational speaker who uses the name of Chae Saville, appeared briefly in court to acknowledge that he understood the charges against him. An evidence hearing session was set for January 11.

The accused was arrested on December 3 following the discovery days earlier of the victim's body stuffed in a bin in her garage in Las Vegas.

An arrest report released on Monday claims that Lane told officers he was compressing the victim's carotid arteries to help her achieve a deeper state of meditation when he decided to murder her.

He then hit her with the kitchen utensil before strangling her with an electrical cord, according to the report.

Police responding to a missing person's call on November 30 found Mrs Candela's house had been ransacked, with numerous items missing. Authorities caught up with Lane a few days later in California.

Officers believe that he may have taken the victim's Chihuahua dog Gi Gi and given it to a random woman he met on the Las Vegas strip as he fled.

Police describe Lane as a motivational speaker who is heavily involved with the concept of "spiritual healing".

Detectives believe he may have befriended numerous women with the possible intention of defrauding them without their knowledge. He faces charges of murder and robbery with a deadly weapon, as well as one count of grand larceny auto in connection with Mrs Candela's death.

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Neo-Nazist arrested after bomb attack

Wow. Another christian related event taking place near my home province.
Again clear signs of us moving back to the strict elizabethan and medevil era's.
We all know Europe is moving back to nazism. The opression of muslims there, not to mention in the US and Canada as well, the attack on mosques recently which left anti semetic signs (lol christians aren't very bright are they?).
The group this man was with, is connected to the KKK.

"MacDonald said the Aryan Guard has also received ongoing support from Christian Waters, a leader of the Canadian branch of the Brotherhood of Klans Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. Headquartered in Marion, Ohio, that group has emerged as the largest Klan organization in the United States."


A self-proclaimed white supremacist wanted in connection with a Calgary homemade bomb attack has been arrested in Winnipeg following a two-hour standoff with police.

Police, acting on a tip, arrested Kyle Robert McKee, 24, on Wednesday at 12:30 a.m.

McKee, who once described himself as a member of the now defunct Aryan Guard, faces several charges related to a Nov. 21 incident in Calgary.

Calgary police said the attack wasn't a hate crime, but a "personal vendetta between two individuals."

A resident in a ground-floor apartment in the 5300 block of Rundlehorn Drive N.E. heard a noise outside and found two homemade bombs near his patio door, police said.

The man threw the devices into the parking lot, where they exploded. A vehicle was damaged, but no one was hurt.

McKee is believed to have helped found the Aryan Guard in Calgary, a white supremacist group that has organized marches in the city. In an interview with the Calgary Herald, McKee identified himself as a member of the Aryan Guard and explained that the group was simply trying to "celebrate white pride."

Shortly after the Nov. 21 attack, a message on the Aryan Guard's website said the group had disbanded due to the "the rash actions of so few."

Spotted in Sask.

A few days later, police in Saskatchewan said McKee was spotted behind the wheel of his own truck, which was parked on a gravel road south of Regina.

RCMP noticed the parked vehicle and decided to check things out. McKee gave the officer his name and produced an Alberta's driver's licence. However, as the officer was walking back to his vehicle to run a name check, McKee drove away.

McKee is the last person wanted in connection with the bomb attack.

Police arrested a 17-year-old Calgary youth after he stepped off the bus in Portage, Man.

Both face charges of attempted murder, possessing, making or controlling explosives, and possessing a weapon or an imitation for a dangerous purpose.|canada-toshiba|dl1|link4|

Yet another priest faces child porn charges

All christians are holy spirit guided. And who's better to be guided than a person who devotes his life to Paul?
Why do so many priests and pastors have an attraction towards children? And why do they NOT condemn it? (Notice how churches love covering up the truth. Clear followers of Philippians 1:18 where Paul told christians to lie).
Lets see how the bible supports these sick minded holy apirit guided people:

Numbers 31: 17-18

17. Now therefore kill every male among the little ones, and kill every woman that hath known man by lying with him.

18. But all the women children, that have not known a man by lying with him, keep alive for yourselves.

A highly respected Anglican priest in Newfoundland has been charged with possession and distribution of child pornography that included online images and videos of babies, police said on Wednesday.

Reverend Robin Barrett, 52, of the parish of New Hope near St. John’s, was arrested on Tuesday in Newfoundland. He is in custody and is expected to have a bail hearing on Wednesday.

Detective Paul Krawczyk of the Toronto police child exploitation unit said his group opened an investigation last month.

“This was an undercover investigation. We came upon a person on the Internet that we became concerned about because of what was being said and what was being shared,” said Det. Krawczyk. “We made contact with this person, in an undercover capacity, and during that time received child pornography from this person.

“We’re alleging the images and videos he passed were extremely young, as young as babies.”

Det. Krawczyk said the child exploitation section constantly monitors the Internet for these kind of images.

“A lot of our arrests these days are from us being proactive online,” he said. “They don’t all end up in our own backyard. The reality of the Internet is you end up in other places.”

He said the information was then passed on to the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary, which made the arrest on Wednesday. Newfoundland police recently created a child exploitation unit to specifically deal with trafficking of child pornography.

Both police forces are now trying to figure out where the images were made and by whom.

None of the charges have been proven in court.

“News of the arrest brought shock, surprise, disappointment. All of those emotions, obviously,” said Elizabeth Barnes, executive officer of the Diocese of Eastern Newfound and Labrador.

“I’ve worked with him directly. I always found him a genuine, caring individual and his call to social causes is exemplary of the kind of man he is.”

Rev. Barrett, who is now suspended with pay from his duties, has been involved with ecumenical groups and groups pushing for social justice in the province.

Ms. Barnes said that he is well known for his compassion for those in the province who have been marginalized.

In November 2003, Rev. Barrett, who was then married with three children, announced publicly that he was gay.

“At the time we had to wrestle with that,” Ms. Barnes said. “The Anglican Communion has been wrestling with the issue of homosexuality so it was a big issue then.

But I believe a lot of our people have made peace with it and accepted him and worked with him on his merits as a priest and a man and his sexuality became no more of an issue than yours or mine.”

She added: “This is really not a gay issue. Child porn is not connected with homosexuality, but people will bring it up.”

In September, Raymond Lahey, 69, the Catholic bishop of the Diocese of Antigonish was charged by Ottawa police with possession and importation of child pornography after his computer was searched at the Ottawa airport.

And this week a British Columbia pastor, Larry Robert Collins, 45, was sentenced to 15 months in jail after he admitted making an explicit video that simulated the rape of a young teenager.

Pastor jailed for making explicit video

A Surrey, B.C., pastor was convicted and sentenced to jail after an explicit video was posted online encouraging the rape of a young teenage girl.

Larry Robert Collins was convicted for possession of child pornography. He was sentenced on Tuesday to 15 months in jail, to be followed by three years of probation.

The 45-year-old, who served as a pastor with the Church of Nazarene in Guildford until last year, used pictures from the teen's Facebook profile to create a video willing people to sexually assault her, the BC Integrated Child Exploitation Unit said.

"It's just so wrong on so many levels," Const. Rosiane Racine told CTV British Columbia.

"The video included sexually explicit scenes. As the video plays there is writing -- words of encouragement to rape a child."

Racine would not provide specifics about what was contained in the text, only saying "it's very harsh."

She added Collins knows the victim, who lives out of province, but the pair did not have daily contact. It is not known if the victim was ever a member of his congregation.

The exploitation unit said Collins also created online accounts impersonating the victim and encouraged people to visit a web link to see the video. In these interactions, Collins posted the name and home town of the victim, putting her in harm's way, Racine said.

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Priest(s) guilty of horrific genocide

This is the FORTH priest guiltly of killing thousands in Rwanada.
Isn't it strange how many acts of violence have a christian twist? What's with the holy spirit guiding it's people?

(CNN) -- Against the chilling scale of the Rwandan genocide, the events that unfolded on May 7, 1994, at the Kibeho College of Arts appear as a blip of horror.

Eighty Tutsi students perished at the hands of their teachers, fellow students and security forces. They died that day, according to the Rwandan government, because of the groundwork laid by one man: Emmanuel Uwayezu.

That he was an educator and a priest made the act that much more inhuman to his accusers.

He took refuge in his Catholicism and practiced as a priest in Italy, undetected for a dozen years, until October, when he was arrested by Interpol. His fate remains unknown -- it's unclear whether the Rwandan government will successfully extradite him for trial.

If it does, Uwayezu, 47, could still walk out of jail a free man, like Hormisdas Nsengimana, another Catholic priest accused of murder, extermination and crimes against humanity, but against whom an international tribunal could not find enough evidence.

Uwayezu maintains his innocence, telling the Italian news agency ANSA on his arrest that he welcomed a trial that would establish the facts.

"I took no part in genocide," the Hutu clergyman said.

Instead, he said, he tried to save the young people who were massacred.

But that's not how the Rwandan government or the human rights activists view history.

Since the late 1970s, villagers in the southern Rwandan town of Kibeho had spoken of apparitions of the Virgin Mary near a soccer field among lush rolling hills. The virgin, they said, predicted that the green of the landscape would turn crimson one day. Kibeho's legend became the lore of the genocide to come.

When Kibeho's season of horror unfolded in 1994, Uwayezu had been headmaster at the Groupe Scolaire Marie Mercie school for two years.

Over 100 days, an estimated 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus were killed, the United Nations and Interpol have said. Millions more were raped and disfigured, and nearly an entire generation of children was orphaned.

The Rwandan government alleges that Uwayezu sowed the seeds for ethnic hatred at the school by blaming the nation's troubles on the "inyenzi," a term meaning cockroach, used by Hutu extremists to describe Tutsis. The government says the priest then alerted security forces, trapped the students and organized their killing at the nearby College of Arts on May 7, 1994.

African Rights, a human rights organization that researches the genocide, has been interviewing both survivors and perpetrators of the school massacre. This is what some said:

The massacre began at 10 in the morning.

The students tried to protect themselves, but the militiamen broke down doors with their guns and ordered them to assemble on the basketball court. Some jumped through windows to escape, but one militiaman recalled how they chased them down.

Melanie was in the dining hall, where she had gone with others "to pray."

"I closed my eyes, hoping it would help to hide me. As I sat there, they killed and killed my friends. I saw them dragging the bodies of the dead students to bury them."

Melanie escaped and hid in surrounding fields.

Maurice locked himself in a toilet. He could hear the sound of blows to human flesh; he could see the flow of blood.

Then they got him. They stripped him naked and shoved him into a hole in the ground. His feet landed on shards of glass. A militiaman shot him in his right thigh. His attackers heaped dirt on him and left him for dead.

They tossed bodies of the dead on top of Maurice.

"I could not move, not at all," he told his interviewers. "I felt I was being asphyxiated to death. I said my last prayer, as I really believed it was the end of me. I told God that if he wanted me to die like that, of course I would. But I also asked God to use his infinite powers to save me."

Maurice was able to climb out of the hole. And survive.

Surviving was easy compared with living with memories of genocide, said Rakiya Omar, director of African Rights. What matters for the students and their families now, she said, is justice for those who unleashed the bullets and machetes.

That's why Uwayezu's arrest, though not as high-profile as that of senior officials, is significant, Omar said.

"For the people of Kibeho, Uwayezu was very important," she said. "It's extremely disturbing -- the role of teachers. It's a country where people have such respect for authority, and teachers and priests commanded enormous authority."

So far, four Catholic priests have been indicted by the U.N. International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. Human rights activists say the small number of indictments do not accurately represent the church's role in the genocide.

By failing to issue swift condemnation, the church opened the door for slaughter in the name of God, according to the global group Human Rights Watch.

"Some clergy who might have been able to save lives refused to even try to do so," the group said in a report on the genocide.

Uwayezu fled Rwanda and began a new life in Italy in 1997. He became known as Don Emmanuel, working as a vicar in Empoli, a town near Florence.

But the Hutu priest was given away after Interpol's fugitives unit received information and photographs about him from Rwandan authorities. His arrest occurred with little fanfare, though it was a moment that many Rwandans had awaited.

One of them was Vedasta Habimana, who 15 years ago was a prefect at Uwayezu's school. He escaped several days before the massacre, when word got out that the militias were coming, heavy rains drowning his footsteps.

Today, Habimana works for the government in the same district where the school was. His memories follow him through Kibeho -- of those whose lives were brutally cut short, and those who are responsible.

And look here, a missionary is charged with connection to the genocide:

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Priest rapes 17 year old, then asks her to marry him

A Roman Catholic priest from Gokomere llegedly raped a 17-year-old girl who was working for him, then later asked her to marry him to cover up the crime has been arrested.

The priest was last week arraigned before the courts to answer to charges of rape.

He was charged with contravening section 65 of the Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Act Chapter 9:23 rape, when he appeared before Masvingo magistrate Mr Walter Chikwanha and was remanded out of custody to next week.

The incident allegedly occurred at the church where the man of the cloth and the maid were staying.

The court heard through the prosecutor, Mr Motion Njaravani, that sometime in August this year, the clergyman engaged the 17-year-old girl — who also happens to be a Catholic in the Gokomere area of Chief Zimuto — as a maid and went to Mwenezi with her.

It was the State’s case that sometime in September this year there was a party at the church and the maid was asked to help prepare and serve food for the guests.

When she knocked at the priest’s door to advise him that the time was ready for her to go to the party, he asked her in and allegedly raped her once.

He allegedly threatened to fire her if she reported the offence to anyone and further promised not to do it again and the girl did not report the case.

On 18 October in the evening, the court was told, the priest went to the maid’s room and told her they had visitors. He woke the maid up and asked her to prepare food for the visitors.

While she was preparing the food the priest came and stood behind her and allegedly caressed her. He then took her to his bedroom where he locked the door and allegedly raped her.

After he had allegedly raped her, he asked the girl to marry him saying they were in love.

The girl made a report to Masvingo provincial police victim friendly unit while the priest was in Mutare for a church meeting.

The Catholic priest was represented by Mr Isaiah Muzenda of Muzenda and Partners Legal Practitioners.

Friday, December 11, 2009

Prosecuters seek jail for Dad who "botched" son's circumcision

VANCOUVER — A B.C. man who botched the circumcision of his four-year-old son — a few years after managing to infect his own penis while circumcising himself — should be jailed for 12 to 24 months, a prosecutor says.

A sentencing hearing began Thursday for the Lower Mainland man, who called the case against him a "miscarriage of justice."

The man, who can only be identified by the initials D.J.W., was convicted of criminal negligence causing bodily harm after the April 2007 incident.

B.C. Supreme Court Madam Justice Marion Allan found that D.J.W. had given his son honey wine before placing him on some garbage bags on the kitchen floor.

He told his son the circumcision would grant DJ "extra special protection from God" and allow him to eat Passover lamb, ice cream and that the boy could then pick all the movies he wanted for a week.

Wielding a razor blade, the father tried to cut away the foreskin on the boy's penis.

After making several cuts over a cutting board, the father sprinkled an ash-like powder called Wonder Dust on his son. The substance is normally used to treat wounds for race horses and other animals and is not deemed fit for use on humans.

The boy was later taken to hospital for treatment and the circumcision was completed.

On Thursday, the father reacted angrily to questioning by prosecutor Daniel Porte about whether he would be willing to do another circumcision.

"You're just taking advantage of me because I'm poor," said D.J.W. "You're taking advantage of me because I didn't have money to compel rabbis and other experts to come here and testify. What you're doing is rotten and wicked. This is a miscarriage of justice."

D.J.W.'s mother raised him as a Jehovah's Witness, but he left the church. He now follows the Old and New Testaments of the Bible and believes circumcisions are required for religious reasons.

In late 2004 or early 2005, DJW circumcised himself, using Band-Aids, peroxide and a roll of gauze and a clear plastic ring, which he believed would act as an anesthetic. He cut himself with a razor blade. The procedure infected his penis.

The prosecutor is asking for three years probation in addition to the jail term.

Doug Christie, the father's lawyer, said he would be looking for a period of probation with counselling provisions. The judge said she wouldn't rule out a conditional sentence.

The judge said Thursday that a psychiatric report ordered by the court was full of errors and needed to be done again.

Uh huh yeah so this is what the media does. "He's psycho" so religion is not to blame.
Sadly the media can't see what the bible actualy teaches. Like on the pastor Tony Alamo, NGO's and rights groups claimed he was a cult leader. Again these people have not read what the bible actually teaches.

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Christianofascist wants christmas carols in ALL public schools

Yep we are DEFINITELY correct. The U.S nation is turning back to Christianity, the full form of it.
We constantly here how christian leaders want bible courses in schools, we heard about the "Manhattan Decleration", and now this. But we all know why christians REALLY want their faith to brainwash the youth-to get them away from islam.
Hopefully no christian laws will be imposed on us, before pigs can fly.

Merry Hyatt has found allies in her quest to put an initiative on the ballot next year requiring public schools to play Christmas carols.

Hyatt, who moved to Redding four months ago, said she joined the Redding Tea Party Patriots and recruited several members to help her collect the 433,971 signatures needed by March 29.

Hyatt said she has partnered with a couple of churches in Redding and one in Wildomar in Southern California to collect signatures. All the signature pages must be turned in together to the Shasta County registrar, she said.

The initiative would require schools to provide children the opportunity to listen to or perform Christmas carols, and would subject the schools to litigation if the rule isn't followed.

Schools currently are allowed to offer Christmas music as long as it is used for academic purposes rather than devotional purposes and isn't used to promote a particular religious belief, according to an analysis by the California Legislative Analyst's Office.

"Bottom line is Christmas is about Christmas," said Erin Ryan, president of the Redding Tea Party Patriots. "That's why we have it. It's not about winter solstice or Kwanzaa. It's like, 'wow you guys, it's called Christmas for a reason.' "

Ryan said Hyatt's initiative falls under the umbrella of causes the group supports, which concern limited government, following the constitution and fiscal responsibility.

But some groups say the initiative represents quite the opposite.

"I have two words to say about Ms. Hyatt's proposal: blatantly unconstitutional," said Rob Boston, senior policy analyst for Americans United for Separation of Church and State, which is based in Washington, D.C., and has a local chapter in Sacramento.

Boston said he heard about the initiative in the news, which isn't surprising considering national newspapers such as The New York Times have published articles on Hyatt's efforts.
"In the unlikely event she got enough signatures to put it on the ballot and the even more unlikely event California passed it, it would be struck down by the courts," Boston said. "The courts have been very clear that public schools aren't supposed to be in the business of promoting or advocating religion."

Boston said he thinks Hyatt's initiative represents a larger issue of religious conservatives being unhappy with the changes resulting from American society becoming more diverse.

"The frustration some religious conservatives have is they want a mythological religious America that probably never existed," he said.

Hyatt, a substitute teacher who moved to Redding from Riverside, said her motivation for the initiative was to help restore children's moral compasses by inviting Jesus to school Christmas parties.

"He's the prince of peace; he's the only one who can get these kids to stop being so violent," she said in November.

Hyatt said she believes it is Americans' First Amendment right to worship.

"It's our right to have freedom to worship," she said. "That's why we came to this country. They came to be Christians and they're trying to take that away. They're out of line; we're not."

Boston said he believes proponents of Hyatt's initiative have unrealistic expectations.

"They're looking to the public schools system or the government to provide them a religious experience at Christmas," he said. "If you want a full-throttle religious Christmas experience, it's at church ... there's no shortage of those."

There's more info here:

"provide opportunities to its pupils for listening or performing Christmas music at an appropriate time of year"

"longstanding American tradition and a significant element of our cultural heritage as Americans"

So we can CLEARLY see Hyatt believes:
a) people come to this country to be christian
b) the holy spirit will try to control itself to stop making people violent

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

2 Pastors kill blind man for life insurance

A Baltimore pastor who worked with developmentally disabled people was charged Friday with befriending a blind and disabled man in his care, then paying a hit man $50,000 in church funds for an execution so he could collect life insurance money.

Police say Kevin Jerome Pushia, 32, who worked for four months as an operations manager for the Arc of Baltimore before abruptly quitting in January, confessed to plotting to kill Lemuel Wallace.

Pushia told police he persuaded Wallace and “numerous” other mentally challenged individuals to list him as a beneficiary on insurance policies.

A terse notation in Pushia’s planning calendar for Feb. 5, the day after Wallace was found dead in a Leakin Park bathroom stall from multiple gunshot wounds to the head and back, reads: “L.W. project completed,” police said.(Source)

Last week we had a 52 year old woman who was trying to make some extra money in this rough economy take a job as a stripper, only to be attacked on her first day by a “co-worker” who was in her late 40’s. This week we have another sign we’re in a recession: A pastor killing a disabled man for insurance money. I mean I know times are rough but come on. But wait…it gets better. There’s a second pastor that has been arrested in connection with the killings as well:

Baltimore police chief spokesman Anthony Guglielmi says 31-year-old James Omar Clea of Baltimore was arrested at 3 p.m. Saturday at a hotel in Orangeburg, S.C.

He says Clea, a pastor, has been charged with first-degree murder in connection with Lemuel Wallace’s death and is awaiting extradition.

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Youth Pastor rapes 14 year old

A few months old. But the christian tradition is always alive.

CHANDLER - More victims have come forward, just two weeks after a 25-year-old Chandler youth minister was arrested on sexual abuse and sexual conduct with a minor charges.

A mother in Ohio says her daughter was also victimized by Joshua O'Bannion. She's not using her name, in order to avoid compromising a police investigation in Ohio.

Earlier this month, Chandler Police arrested O'Bannion on three counts of sex abuse and eight counts of sexual conduct with a minor. Police say O'Bannion had sex with a 14-year-old girl in his car three separate times this summer.

A phone conversation between O'Bannion and the girl was recorded -- and court documents say he mentioned them having sex several times.

The woman says O'Bannion had been a youth minister at her church in Parma, Ohio, before he joined Christ Life Church in Tempe, Ariz. When people in her community heard about the arrest from word-of-mouth, she says a few days later, "My daughter came to me while in the kitchen, crying, and told me Josh O'Bannion raped her also, when she was 14 years of age."

Then, another girl in Ohio came forward. Both victims filed police reports.

"I'm very disappointed," she says. "Someone you could leave your child with and totally trust and what do you do? I am at a loss for words."

O'Bannion's arraignment is scheduled for Monday, Sept. 28.

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Pastor rapes 2 young sisters

A 42-year old Shepherd of Celestial Church of Christ, Pastor Toyin Kadiri, has been arrested by the police in Lagos for allegedly raping two sisters at the same time.

Toyin was alleged to have raped the victims, names withheld, who are aged three and eight, when their parents had left for work.

P.M.News gathered that the pastor, who is married and has children, committed the crime when his wife and the victims’ parents were not at home on the day of the incident.

The incident happened at 28, Giwa Street, Onipanu, Ilupeju, Lagos, where the accused and the victims’ parents reside.

It was learnt that he first raped the elder sister and warned her not to tell any one otherwise she would die. He later raped the three-year old girl.

The little girl was reported to have started crying and pointing at her private part when their mother came back home.

The hapless mother checked her baby’s private part and saw blood. A closer check on the two sisters revealed that they had been defiled.

The elder sister confessed that it was the pastor that took them inside his room and raped them.

The matter was reported at the police station and the pastor was arrested and charged with rape before the Ilupeju Magistrate’s Court.

The offence, the police prosecutor said, was contrary to section 218 of the Criminal Code, Cap 17, Vol. 2 Laws of Lagos State of Nigeria, 2003.

When the charge was read to him, he pleaded not guilty. The magistrate granted him bail in the sum of N500,000 with two responsible sureties in the like sum.

The matter has been adjourned till 26 November, 2009.

Pastor rapes 15 year old girl

ZIMBABWE – BULAWAYO – A pastor has been arrested for having a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old girl from his church whom she threatened with God’s wrath if she revealed the matter.

It is alleged that on their first sexual encounter the pastor anointed the girl with “holy” oil before being intimate with the girl.

This came to light at the trial of the pastor, Paul Mlambo, of the Blood of Jesus Ministries from Gwabalanda at Western Commonage Magistrates Courts before Mrs Lindiwe Mbizwo facing charges of having sexual intercourse with a young person.

Mrs Charity Nyathi for the State told the court that sometime last month the girl delayed coming home from church and her mother chased her away.

She then went to the pastor’s house where she lived for sometime.

However, the pastor allegedly proposed love to her after advising her that his wife had cancer of the womb and could not conceive.

He allegedly told her that he wanted a second wife and the girl agreed, the court heard.

It is alleged that on their first sexual encounter he anointed the girl with “holy” oil and became intimate with her.

He allegedly threatened her that God would punish her if she revealed the matter to anyone.

It is alleged that he also bought her a pair of panties and some chocolates.

The court heard that on another occasion he ordered his wife to go fasting at her grandmother’s house.

She agreed and he took the opportunity to sleep with the juvenile.

Mrs Nyathi told the court that on other several occasions, he would sneak out of his bedroom leaving his wife in bed and go to the girl’s room.

The offence came to light when the girl phoned her mother.

She told her that she was afraid of coming home because she feared she might be pregnant and revealed her relationship with the pastor.

The mother in turn advised her to come home and the matter was reported to the police, leading to the pastor’s arrest

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Father stabs 3 year old to death, attempts to kill wife, and linked to an evangalist

Detectives are investigating whether a man suspected of stabbing his three-year-old son to death is related to a wanted evangelist.

Officers are examining possible family ties between Paul Otieno, 31, and flamboyant millionaire pastor Gilbert Deya.

Kenyan prosecutors want to put Mr Deya on trial over claims he abducted "miracle babies" and handed them to infertile followers in Britain.

After being arrested several times by Scotland Yard officers, he continues to battle against extradition from his base in Peckham, south east London.

Otieno remains under arrest in hospital in a serious condition after attempting to kill himself. He has wounds to his throat and body.

Police believe he stabbed his three-year-son Wilson to death and attempted to murder his wife, Jacqueline, 28, when she threatened to divorce him.

When officers arrived at their flat on the Lynton Estate, in Bermondsey, south-east London, on Monday, they found his 17-month-old baby daughter unharmed. Mrs Otieno was taken to hospital suffering a slash wound to the neck and has since undergone further surgery.

Neighbours said the family were regular churchgoers but is not clear if they attended the Gilbert Deya Ministry in Ormside Street, Peckham. They had lived in the block of flats for about a year and Otieno was also known by the name Paul Deya.

Gilbert Deya, 57, who has claimed he was consecrated as an archbishop in the United States in 1992, faces five allegations of child kidnap between 1999 and 2004.

He is the head of the Gilbert Deya Ministries religious movement, which at one point boasted a private jet emblazoned with his signature.