Monday, February 27, 2012

#Utah : Ed Smart Tried To Involve Himself In The Missing Maddie Case - He Became Good Buddies With The One Time Prime Suspect - Her Father. Ed Knows A Faked Abduction When He See's One HELL He Invented Them !

Gerry McCann told Smart that he would not be surprised if the police  planted evidence in his car, rented 25 days after he claimed his daughter was abducted by a paedophile , Smart was repeating McCanns words verbatim on Larry King Live Show suggesting the Portuguese police were trying to frame his new buddy Gerry McCann ! !!!! Cadaver dogs did indeed pick up on the trunk of the car, mothers clothing , apartment and the childs soft toy.Maddies body has never been found and the McCanns were not charged, the case shelved waiting for new evidence.

Criminal profiler Pat Brown has now started her own investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.

Listen to Pat Brown on Blog Talk  - The Levi Page Show

Pat Brown on Levi's show spoke about her trip to Portugal in search of Madeleine and the little girl whose "caretakers" ran her to death.

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Utah : Elizabeth Smart Whose Family Pulled Off An Amazing PR Kidnap Stunt Has Married

Smarts explanation during her bizarre witness testimony when she took the stand for not becoming pregant was that her abductor would withdraw his penis at the point of orgasm and plunge it into the waiting vagina of her abductress - GOD her new husband must be dumb !

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Scientology Showdown Reveals Claims Of Torture Abuse Of Dissenting Members - Another Bunch Of Crazy Cult Mormon Types !

Debbie Cook had already spent seven weeks confined in a facility known ominously as “The Hole” inside a small room with barred windows where she says she was forced to sleep on a bug-infested floor and served only bowls of inedible “slop.”

There, Cook claims she endured mental and physical torture at the hands of leaders within the Church of Scientology.

When she fled, church officials tracked her down, warning they'd shun and excommunicate her and her husband — or declare them “suppressive persons,” in Scientology speak — cutting them off from family, friends, everyone they held dear.

In the fall of 2007, leaders dragged Cook and her husband back to Clearwater, Fla., Scientology's spiritual mecca, where she spent three more weeks in confinement, in and out of forced confessions with church officials, hoping for a path out.

Then the church provided one: by signing a sweeping non-disclosure contract, agreeing to never speak ill of the church, she could leave. “I would have signed I stabbed babies over and over again and loved it. I would have done anything at that point,” Cook said in sworn court testimony last week. “If I had refused to sign the agreement, then I wouldn't have been able to leave.”

Effectively pushed out of the church and exiled in San Antonio since 2007, Cook and her husband are now being sued by the Church of Scientology for supposedly breaking their contract with the church by sending out an email to thousands of fellow Scientologists this past New Year’s Eve criticizing the church's controversial fundraising tactics and its leadership while urging reforms.

In what close Scientology-watchers have called one of the most remarkable court hearings in the fiercely litigious history of the religion, Cook testified before a Bexar County judge last week about what she called her systemic and routine harassment, imprisonment, and physical abuse under the leadership of longtime Church of Scientology leader David Miscavige, saying she had no option but to sign whatever the church drafted and escape.

The case against Cook, once a high-ranking, well-respected church leader, is making deep ripples within the insular world of Scientology.

Crammed inside the courtroom last week were so-called “independent” Scientologists, those defected from the official church who still practice the religion, a team of reporters from the Tampa Bay Times known for scathing investigations about the institution, an independent documentary crew, and longtime scientology watcher and Village Voice editor-in-chief Tony Ortega, who flew down to watch the sparks fly (Ortega's comprehensive Scientology primer is a must-read for anyone just diving into the complex, unconventional religion and its history).

For 17 years, Cook led the church's internationally known multi-million-dollar operation in Clearwater, Fla.

The church, founded six decades ago by sci-fi writer L. Ron Hubbard, focuses largely on spiritual advancement through “audits,” or costly counseling sessions for its members.

The IRS recognized Scientology as a religion in 1993 after years of legal wrangling.

As a church executive in Clearwater, Cook says she oversaw the audits of thousands of members.

In suing Cook and her husband, Wayne Baumgarten, for $300,000, the church also secured a sweeping court order early this month effectively silencing the couple, keeping them from talking to virtually anyone about the case or Scientology. “It's one thing to have a private dispute between two parties over a contract, and it's another thing to have a court order in place that, if violated, you can be fined and even possibly thrown in jail,” said Ray Jeffrey, Cook's lawyer. more

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Mormon Cult Objects To Being Called A Cult !


What most people don’t realize about the Mormon Church is that according to Church founder Joseph Smith, God has commanded all Mormons to stockpile a year’s supply of food and other essentials in preparation of coming disasters. As a result of this commandment from God, the state of Utah has more or less become the preparation capital of the

This may explain why a once small company like Wise Food Storage located in Salt Lake City, UT has become one of the largest and most respected companies selling emergency food supplies.

Another lesser know and less reported belief from the Mormon Church is the 1843 White Horse Prophecy as told by Church founder Joseph Smith.

The Latter Day Saints, according to the prophecy, would “go to the Rocky Mountains and … be a great and mighty people”, identified figuratively with the White Horse described in the Revelation of John. The prophecy further predicts that the United States Constitution will one day “hang like a thread” and will be saved “by the efforts of the White Horse”

What’s interesting here is that US senators Orrin Hatch and conservative commentator Glenn Beck, both Mormons, have stated that they also believe the Constitution is “hanging by a thread”, and also continuously warn of coming disasters.

Could all this be pointing to a Mitt Romney presidency in 2012? Could a President Romney be the White Horse and save us from all the other prophecies surrounding 2012? And, what would the Mormon Church expect in return for bringing us this great savior?

The simple fact is that Mormonism is absolutely a cult, but no more then any other religion that expects you to believe in the impossible.

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Utah : Elizabeth Smart - Something Stinks !

According to key sources with a new investigation, alleged kidnapped and rape victim Elizabeth Smart may not actually be a victim at all. Rather, as it is currently being investigated, she may be part of an elaborate conspiracy in which she, along with her parents, were attempting to acquire a twisted form of fame enjoyed by psychopaths....

My two cents ,her 'crazy like a fox' father was sick of her runnimg away from home and abused the Amber Alert system.....the media, a powerful tool and good contacts did the rest.

The family are a bunch of sick perverts , part of a very disturbed Mormon cult who wear baggy drawers.

Elizabeth Smarts explanation for not getting pregnant during her ordeal was that her abductor would withdraw his penis at the point of orgasm and plunge it into the waiting vagina of her abductress -  yeah right !