The Seventh-day Adventist Church – PEDORING [1972-2020]

AdveNTIST CHURCH PEDOPHILE PEDORING


On October 27, 2020, after years of litigation against the Miracle Meadows Adventist School in Salem (USA), victims of abuse will receive $52 million in compensation. As in many religious communities and sects, abuses of all kinds at the Seventh-day Adventist Church are not isolated cases. This community operates the second largest Christian school system in the world with more than 7,800 universities and colleges in more than 100 countries. It is easy to imagine how many children have been under the thumb of the many sick perverts in its ranks around the world. At Miracle Meadows it was the “culture of silence and secrecy”. The children came from other states, from where they were transferred to parasitize the prosecution. The staff were foreigners, had religious work visas and were sent home for the same reason. A real culture of concealment. In North America, the church created Adventist Risk Management (ARM) to manage the claims of faith-based organizations in the community – 15 and 20 claims filed each year…. From 1992 to 2011, more than 400 claims have been filed in the United States affecting more than 525 child victims. Source 1.2


SOME OF THEIR CASES

  • Miracle Meadows School in Salem, West Virginia: a private school that did not receive state subsidies and had fought to remain under the aegis of the Department of Education rather than being accredited by the Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR). It was closed by authorities in 2014 due to allegations of physical and sexual abuse. The school received troubled teens with behavioral problems, often as a result of childhood abuse or neglect, and when they reported the abuse, they were not believed, the school arguing that their situation made them liars, thus avoiding complaints. The facts have been denounced since 1994 without any prosecution: Physical abuse, suffocating the children until they lose consciousness, handcuffing them to objects, beating them to the point of breaking limbs, isolation and sexual abuse. In 2000, a decision of the West Virginia Supreme Court even limited government officials’ access to medical records and thus the ability to question students. Principal and co-founder Susan Gayle Clark was arrested in August 2014, released on bail, convicted of negligence and sentenced to six months in jail and five years probation in 2016. Timothy Aaron Arrington, an employee, was incarcerated. He is charged with, among other things, “handcuffing a student to a tree for hours without providing food, handcuffing a student while he was placed in an isolation room or “quarantine” as punishment. Today, he is free and lives a cushy life with his family as he likes to brag about the within social networks. The school was closed in 2014. As of October 2020, 29 former students are receiving $52 million in compensation.Sources 1.2
  • Donald Mansell, former CFO and Athletic Director of the Livingstone Adventist Academy is convicted of sexual abuse in 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014. He served only 30 days in jail and the prosecutor said a trial would have been “too long and complicated. During the trial, it was acknowledged that the administrators of the Livingston Adventist Academy knew about the sexual assaults but they said nothing. Needless to say, he is the son-in-law of Marion County Judge Vance Day!!! Source
  • Loma Linda University Medical Center in Loma Linda, California: Dr. Edward T. Himeno raped underage patients in the total indifference of the medical center’s administration and Adventist supervisory organizations. A lawsuit is pending. Source
  • Jason Kavistan, 39-year-old Philadelphia teacher at Huntingdon Valley Christian Academy is accused of having had a sexual relationship with one of his students.. Source
  • Roberto Aguilar, kindergarten teacher is accused of sexual abuse. He resigned before the accusations were made and went to work in different countries, so he has certainly made other victims. He was found working with children in a Seventh-Day Adventist church in California and was arrested.. Source
  • Riverton Meadows in Western St. Andrew, Jamaica: Police Sergeant Dalton Leslie is allowed to be around children despite allegations of sexual abuse. Eventually, he was expelled and put on trial.Source
  • Leslie Bovee, already convicted of sexually abusing three boys, was appointed head of Pathfinders, a mixed youth program in 1972. He was re-charged in 1975 for assaulting a 12-year-old boy and continued to lead the group until he left the church in 1979. The church had allowed him to stay despite his record and the risk of recidivism under the pretext that he had been repented and renamed. Source
  • A deacon of the Adventist Church in Cameroon was excommunicated after being caught having sex with his daughter.Source
  • Joseph Guito F., faithful of the Seventh-day Adventist Church was sentenced to 4 years in prison for sexual touching of minors since 1987. Source
  • Matthew Johnson, a counsellor at the Sierra Academy in Riverside, is charged with downloading and distributing child pornography on the Internet. He had secretly videotaped campus boys in a bathroom. Source
  • Barry Todd Durrell, deacon, West Houston. He is charged with aggravated sexual assault of a minor under the age of 2 and ongoing sexual assault of another 7-year-old boy in 2016.. Source
  • Antofagasta : An Adventist Church monitor is accused of sexual abuse and rape of a minor. Source
  • A pastor of the Adventist Church of Tomar is accused of sexually assaulting a 7-year-old girl. Source
  • In the Marienhöhe Darmstadt school center, a piano teacher is accused of sexual assault between 1984 and 1990-1991, the management excludes him. Source
  • Douglas Allison, director of Mountain View Christian School in Sequim, is sentenced to 26 and a half years in prison for child rape and sexual assault in 2015/2016. Two other minors accused him of molestation. He had already been convicted in California, which the school did not take into account or even the complaints of the families at the time of the events.Source
  • Mwon Vernard Taylor, teaching at the Miami Union Academy in Florida. He is charged with five counts of sexual abuse and 15 counts of lewd assault on a child between the ages of 12 and 16 in 2011 and 2012.Source
  • Advent Home Learning Center in Calhoun, Tennessee, closed today. Two former students (L.B. and T.B.) of the school (West Virginia and Tennessee) filed lawsuits, accusing staff members of handcuffing them to beds, raping and beating them. A complaint was filed in January 2017 with the Kanawha County Circuit Court (WVa), which states that many youth from the various boarding schools were “systematically and repeatedly raped anally, forced to have oral sex and to touch their genitals while restrained and unable to defend themselves by school staff and other students. All school staff were aware of this, but chose to close their eyes.

CONCLUSION

One cannot conclude without mentioning the fact that the Seventh-Day Adventist Church is at the heart of two huge cases of rape of minors that the press had seized upon at the time of the events. Remember PitCairn Island, an island on which men indulged their wild animal urges on women and girls alike, without distinction. The community of the Seventh-day Adventist Church was well established there and had played a large part in the cowardly cover-up of child abuse and rape. Another equally sordid affair: in the 1930s, an apocalyptic religious group of Seventh-Day Adventists was created in California, the “Davidians”. In the 1980s, a dissident group of this group set up itself and settled with about a hundred followers in a farm called “Mount Carmel”, in the vicinity of Waco, Texas. Vernon Howell, alias David Koresh, arrived and became the pedophile guru of the sect, a real psychopath who collected weapons and raped children and women. The delirium will end in horror as 86 people will perish in the flames. This church is only an organization promoting and protecting the dirty pedophile garbage …

 

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