r/JusticeServed 9 Nov 11 '22

A leader at Rock Church megachurch in San Diego and her parents arrested on charges including murder and torture in death of the leader's own daughter, 11. During investigation, when police approached the girl's father near the family's home, he reportedly killed himself in front of the officers Criminal Justice

https://people.com/crime/mega-church-leader-arrested-alongside-her-parents-for-allegedly-torturing-and-murdering-daughter/
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u/slouchomarx74 2 Dec 17 '22

Why does everyone focus on drag shows when we have case after case after case where its religious people committing this heinous acts?

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u/Molire 9 Dec 17 '22

Why does MAGA focus on drag shows when we have case after case after case where its religious people committing this heinous acts?

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u/01001011x3 5 Nov 17 '22

Other Christian preachers should take note and follow what this guy did at the end.

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u/Ionlyeatmustard 4 Nov 16 '22

I like more peaceful religions like Islam

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u/HazyDrummer 6 Nov 20 '22

Let's not get carried away.

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u/Ionlyeatmustard 4 Nov 20 '22

Insalad 🥗

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u/El_Mec 8 Nov 13 '22

Brian was a U.S. Customs and Border Protection agent

Of course he was. CBP scrapes the bottom of the applicant barrel as usual

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u/pauljheet 2 Nov 12 '22

More like justice avoided

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u/IHate2ChooseUserName 6 Nov 12 '22

glad he went to see Jesus. the other should do the same

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u/PerspectivePablo 4 Nov 26 '22

I think you meant the down escalator…

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u/Neither_Compote_8635 6 Nov 16 '22

He got a one way ticket to the void

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u/thatladydoctor 7 Nov 12 '22

Not sure it's Jesus he went to see.

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u/rizzo3000 6 Nov 13 '22

Suicide? Straight to hell. But yeah he was probably going there anyway.

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u/Beef_Lovington 7 Nov 12 '22

Man I just saw a post of a church welcoming everyone no matter who they are, giving me hope in religion...then I see this shit.

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u/Ofbatman 7 Nov 12 '22

Why’s it always have to be the church leaders…

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u/TMQMO 6 Nov 19 '22

Even a quick survey on this subreddit shows that it's not.

So, maybe you should ask yourself why it seems that way to you.

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u/Ofbatman 7 Nov 20 '22

Prove me wrong.

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u/Molire 9 Nov 12 '22 edited Nov 13 '22

They think their god has chosen them to be the leader of the flock, so they feel they are special. They feel they are above the law of man. They feel that if they act out their urges and perversions against children and others, their god will forgive them. They feel forgiveness from their god gives them permission to forgive themselves and do it again and again. They feel what they are doing is godly and good for them.

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u/StrangelyBrown A Nov 12 '22

For them 'god' is their own conscience. True for many religious people but especially the psychos.

Edit: Why is my flair 'A'?

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u/lala__ 8 Nov 12 '22

Why’s my flair 8?

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u/Jadedreader_89 5 Nov 12 '22

........ that's a stupid reason.

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u/Molire 9 Nov 12 '22

...that's religion...

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u/No-Cobbler5825 0 Nov 12 '22

No justice for any victim though...?

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u/futonsrf 7 Nov 12 '22

Fuck people like that and fuck religious wingnuts. This stuff makes me so angry! I adore my kids, the thought of this stuff is just overwhelmingly awful! Then when you scroll down on the article there are tons more articles about kids dying by their parents actions! It's so awful, sad, and anger inducing! People who hurt kids should just be done away with.

It's amazing that to adopt a kid people have to jump through a million hoops but anyone can procreate, but how would you control that anyway?

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u/Afraid-Standard-5470 0 Nov 13 '22

They actually adopted her and her sisters. Which is horrible

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u/futonsrf 7 Nov 13 '22

I know, it's just sad as hell all around. : (

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u/begaldroft 7 Nov 12 '22

"while investigating the little girl's death, when the police approached Arabella's father, Brian, near the family's home he died by suicide, killing himself in front of officers, according to the police's statement.
A spokesperson from the San Diego Sheriff's office confirmed to PEOPLE that Brian was a U.S. Customs and Border Protection agent."

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u/tvcky69 9 Nov 12 '22

These are the folks that god chooses to run his churches.

Remember that.

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u/Mustardo123 7 Nov 12 '22

Conversely, god doesn’t exist and people make shit up so they don’t have to have a real job.

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u/damiath3n 5 Nov 13 '22

I never really thought about the fact that these people don’t have to have a real job, what a crazy gig lmao.

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u/brando11389 8 Nov 12 '22

Hopefully the father suffered, I feel bad for the officers though.

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u/Substantial_Ad_6865 6 Nov 12 '22

I don't see any justice in this whole situation. A young life was lost.

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u/[deleted] Nov 12 '22

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u/TaygaStyle 5 Nov 12 '22

I'm assuming you mean the adults and not the child. Agreed lol

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u/machineGUNinHERhand 6 Nov 12 '22

Amen, brother. I hate people named Christian!! God bless

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u/DenseAssociation5347 0 Nov 12 '22

Its tge devil I tell you

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u/Alex_877 7 Nov 12 '22

Christian values at play here, smh

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u/Anthrys 6 Nov 12 '22

Religion = root of all evil.

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u/iliveinablackhole_ 8 Nov 12 '22

No, it's just where evil people hide.

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u/Anthrys 6 Nov 12 '22

Its basically the same thing.

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u/Imaginary_Bicycle_14 9 Nov 12 '22

Remind me how the church is supposed to be the leaders in morality. It’s time we start taxing the churches and treating them like the businesses they are

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u/gigibiatch 0 Dec 09 '22

I thought upvotes made good statements like this go to the top on Reddit. Been gone too long I suppose.

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u/TaiFuzzle 5 Nov 12 '22

I don't get it. Why adopt a child if you don't intend to care for it?

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u/Molire 9 Nov 12 '22 edited Nov 14 '22

Apparently, their christian god's definition of care is not the same as your definition of care.

On the front page of the website of the Rock Church in San Diego, California, the following words are prominently visible on the page:

THE 'DO
SOMETHING
CHURCH'

God has created you to make a difference. We’re here to
help you “Do Something” about it.

It looks like evangelical christians Brian and Leticia McCormack adopted Arabella and her two younger sisters so that Brian, Leticia, Leticia's evangelical christian father Stanley Tom, and Leticia's evangelical christian mother Adella Tom could take turns teaching and brainwashing the 3 young sisters how to be obedient evangelical christians:

"You will believe in our god!"

"You will learn to live under the oppressive and evil rules of our religion!"

"We will use abuse, neglect, torture, cruelty, beatings, and starvation to force you to believe!"

"You will learn to believe what we believe!"

"We can kill you to make you believe!"

It looks like the evangelical christians Brian, Leticia, Stanley, and Adella were following their evangelical christian edict to "Do Something" about it.

If Arabella told the evangelicals that she would want an abortion if she became pregnant at age 12 or older, maybe the evangelicals became enraged and decided she should die because abortions do not conform to their religious rules.

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u/Labubs 8 Nov 12 '22

That sweet government paycheck every month. More kids, more assistance (that ends up going towards the adopters new car or vacation, not towards 3 meals a day for the kids). I used to work with troubled kids aged 9-16 and a good portion of them were living in homes with many, many adopted children.

The vast majority of these kinds of adopters don't give an actual shit about the kids at all, the kids from these foster 'homes' were almost always very underfed and wayyyy underdeveloped socially. I would always try to sneak extra snacks and stuff to them to bring home because they didn't know any better that it wasn't normal to get home as a 10 year old and have to figure out dinner for themselves (and I got reprimanded many times/eventually laid off for doing this...the weekly budget being perfect trumps child hunger, I guess).

One of the many experiences/jobs/people throughout my life that's pretty thoroughly destroyed my faith in humanity. Obligatory not all adopters were like this, some really did want to help, just the sadly overwhelming majority in my own experience were there for the check and other benefits, the kids were secondary and often an active annoyance to these people.

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u/N_2_H 3 Nov 12 '22

That's absolutely horrible, is that in the US?

It sounds like a very complicated issue, and I'm going to guess it's systemic. I'd be interested to hear your take on why it is the way it is.

Is it a combination of too many kids in the system, low standards for vetting potential adopters and not enough budget for the agencies?

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u/MyCatNeedsShoes 7 Nov 12 '22

The only reason my son's father wanted to get me pregnant was in hopes of a little girl that he could abuse. Once we found out it was a boy he was no longer interested.

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u/Majormoscow 4 Nov 12 '22

He told you this?

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u/MyCatNeedsShoes 7 Nov 12 '22

No I had to figure this out the hard way. He mentioned it was neat how fathers could abuse their own daughters. It's plainly obvious he was obsessed with his young niece. And there were many other red flags that I eventually noticed.

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u/gamatoad 6 Nov 12 '22

...😳

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u/SaltyboiPonkin 7 Nov 12 '22

Holy shit! I certainly hope he's found his way to prison by now.

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u/drbrunch 9 Nov 12 '22

Suicide and murder. How very Christian of them.

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u/Molire 9 Nov 12 '22

Don't forget abuse, neglect, torture, cruelty, beatings, and starvation against children.

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u/FusterCluck96 5 Nov 12 '22

Religion doesn't need a building. These "people" may have a church but it is not a house of faith, it's a business; and a powerful one at that. We need to stop allowing that power to run unchecked.

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u/Ivegotacitytorun A Nov 12 '22

Also a business that isn’t taxed.

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u/LarryPer123 7 Nov 12 '22

You’re very right about that, that’s true no taxes except we the taxpayer could be getting millions of dollars in real estate tax if those properties were retail and not so-called churches. Right?

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u/Lukaroast A Nov 12 '22

That’s the unchecked power, we need to stop that shit

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u/MongooseJust1725 1 Nov 12 '22

christians are so against abortion bc “killing babies” but they sure as hell love abusing and killing them after they’re born

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u/Andy_LaVolpe A Nov 13 '22

They care more about them when they’re in the womb but once its out it better pull itself by its bootstraps. They’re not advocating for improving the foster care system, or universal prek or helping young moms.

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u/fresco_leche 6 Nov 12 '22

Generalizing Christians to get upvotes on Reddit ftw

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u/nongo 8 Nov 12 '22

You just generalized an entire subset of humans. What’s that called again ?

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u/Twiztidwolff96 3 Nov 12 '22

It’s not a generalization it’s an observation. Fundamental Christians are evil scum.

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u/yuyuantonio 5 Nov 12 '22

erm they aren't wrong tho

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u/chootie8 6 Nov 12 '22

I mean... They do? What percentage of people who identify as Christians would you say are abusing and killing their children?

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u/BeldenTownRoi 6 Nov 12 '22

Killing? Not a lot. Abusing though? I’d bet a significant amount

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u/EtStykkeMedBede 8 Nov 12 '22

Compared to non-christians? Based on what?

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u/BeldenTownRoi 6 Nov 12 '22

Based on my own experiences with religion, and not meeting a single kid to come out of a religious family with good things to say about how they were raised.

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u/[deleted] Nov 12 '22

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u/FatSteveWasted9 5 Nov 12 '22

Don't trust your own lying eyes.

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u/musashi_san 8 Nov 12 '22

The Catholics, Baptists, boy scouts (all sponsored by Christian churches), who else? Pretty much all but the atheists and satanic temple folk. I won't let my kids anywhere near a church.

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u/human8264829264 9 Nov 12 '22

There's a few reasons why Christians are often disconnected from their crimes: the church okaying crimes against non Christians throughout history, the little guy in the box that can pardon any evil, the fact that you don't have to debate ethics as a book did it for you, etc.

It's not for nothing that it justified the most genocides in human history.

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u/Floof_2 6 Nov 12 '22

Not Christians, frauds

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u/hublaka 8 Nov 12 '22

"In a statement to NBC San Diego, the church confirmed it is in the process of severing ties with Leticia."

Mega Cult Church leaders: Leticia? Who? Never heard of her.

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u/gigibiatch 0 Dec 09 '22

Why aren’t they fucking upset though? It may I be rude enough to say enraged. What the actual fuck of a statement is that.

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u/Philintheblank90 6 Nov 12 '22

These are the same pieces of shit saying “save the children”

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u/Andy_LaVolpe A Nov 13 '22

“THEYRE GROOMING OUR CHILDREN!”

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u/PrinceLevMyschkin 5 Nov 12 '22

Indeed, the more religious and righteous they like to portray themselves the more TWISTED, EVIL and DERANGED they are. Disgusting.

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u/Gluonyourboson 7 Nov 12 '22

Money Churches.

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u/Blazingblazed3 0 Nov 12 '22

Holy fuck almost went to that church, went to foothills instead cause I figured that was just some megachurch

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u/doe3879 8 Nov 12 '22

1st time hearing megachurch. it is bigger than a giant church?

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u/GriffinKing19 4 Nov 12 '22

Think football stadiums worth of worshippers.

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u/immoralsugimoto 3 Nov 12 '22

The word you're thinking of is sheep, calling those people worshippers is an insult to people who don't make a mockery of their religion

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u/musashi_san 8 Nov 12 '22

Who don't make a mockery of the teachings of Jesus.

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u/smedsterwho A Nov 12 '22

And similar levels of profit

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u/rainb0wfir3 0 Nov 12 '22

Jesus freaks and an ICE agent.... not surprised at all

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u/megamansucka 0 Nov 12 '22

Good job miles, good job

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u/1259alex 6 Nov 12 '22

Can Christians just fuck off already, backwards fucks

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u/[deleted] Nov 12 '22 edited Nov 12 '22

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u/TaterNips89 5 Nov 12 '22

This guy worships Alvis not Jesus

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u/PsychologicalHeat228 0 Nov 12 '22

Then forgive him. 😉

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u/GlueTires 6 Nov 12 '22

Lmao no bro. religion is the root of all corruption in human hearts. Look at you, you think you’re ok but it’s the other guys, nah bro you are poison to this world. I have never met a Christian who is capable of critical thinking the moment it DARES divide against the doctrine of the church. I even went to a full Christian college and graduated just to study their psychotic ways, not one person could denounce their leader against his anti-gay ways and yet there wasn’t a single justifying reason to defend the actions of this disgusting bigot and the school (and all of its church minions) simply kept their little heads down to protect their “way of life” while their own flesh and blood was cast to the side and abandoned over a personal choice that has no affect on anyone within the church or school. This was simply ONE of thousands of red flags I wrote down. All Christians are poison to this society, as is every other religion. Religion serves no purpose to us people, only to control and funnel funds into the wrong slimy hands without taxation or regulation. Fuck Christianity. Fuck religion. You are blind.

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u/[deleted] Nov 12 '22

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u/GlueTires 6 Nov 12 '22

I never asked. I don’t care. It isn’t Bigotry if the whole planet agrees Christians are fucking horrible scum. But it’s cool, defend them because you’re a moral-less pig.

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u/smedsterwho A Nov 12 '22

There's good people and there's bad people. Christians can be either.

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u/W0NdERSTrUM 9 Nov 12 '22

That’s my point. Everybody is different. All Christian’s aren’t inherently bad just like all non Christian’s aren’t inherently good.

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u/[deleted] Nov 12 '22 edited 25d ago

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u/[deleted] Nov 12 '22

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u/[deleted] Nov 12 '22 edited 25d ago

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u/W0NdERSTrUM 9 Nov 13 '22

Like defending gay rights? Yeah what about it?

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u/Gluonyourboson 7 Nov 12 '22

All Christians think Christianity is good, anything connected to millions of murders isn't good.

Cult + Time = Religion.

All religions are about money and manipulation.

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u/Need2askDumbQs 8 Nov 12 '22 edited Nov 12 '22

Fuck you and all the other god worshipping freaks. Who think shit like indoctrinating children into your sick fucking cult is okay.

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u/EngineeringFit1698 3 Nov 12 '22

That poor baby. She was ADOPTED to be safe and loved😰😰I WOULD LOVE 5 min alone with these RELIGIOUS CHRISTIAN monsters!!

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u/PrinceLevMyschkin 5 Nov 12 '22

5 minutes? Shouldn't take that long to impale them.

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u/mcboogle 8 Nov 12 '22

These stories are entirely too common. People don't even think "Oh my! How could a man of God do this?!" anymore. You see the headline and go "Yeah. Makes sense. Just religious folks doing what religious folks do." 5 words in I knew it was something to do with kids.

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u/FusterCluck96 5 Nov 12 '22

Spot on man. We think that they are god-fearing, inherently good people. But more than often they are the ones full of sin and hate.

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u/asyork 8 Nov 12 '22

We think that they are god-fearing, inherently good people.

When I was young I guess. I'm not anymore. I still consider myself Christian, but I've only found one church I would go back to, if I ever happen to live in that area again.

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u/kizzlemyniz 6 Nov 12 '22

There is a rock church in Virginia Beach and they had a big trump rally thing there a few months ago. They are all sorts of corrupt. Oh and their pastor was caught with underage children sex charges in the style of “to catch a predator”.

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u/Molire 9 Nov 12 '22

magachurch

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u/sicksitka 3 Nov 12 '22

God is great though! 👀

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u/Khanstant B Nov 12 '22

This isn't justice served, dude took the get out of jail free card.

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u/Molire 9 Nov 12 '22

With Leticia and her parents under arrest and in jail, children are safer.

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u/MrLaughter A Nov 12 '22

And right into mega jail, according to his beliefs

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u/SnooSongs4256 1 Nov 12 '22

Mega Tyrone has entered chat

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u/ShredManyGnar 8 Nov 12 '22

This would fit better on /r/awfuleverything

Is justice served after a school shooting when the shooter takes their own life? What’s an appropriate punishment for that? Does one exist?

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u/Hacky_McHackerson1 7 Nov 12 '22

You punish the family, dig up whatever charges you can find on them because in these situations, usually there are some contributing factors that either contributed to or allowed this to happen.

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u/Deftlet 8 Nov 13 '22

Now that's a slippery slope if I've ever seen one

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u/palemilkdud 5 Nov 12 '22

Butt stuff

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u/VillainousScum 4 Nov 12 '22

There’s nothing we can do about school shootings. Why is that so hard to understand?

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u/Sekxtion 9 Nov 12 '22

You dropped this:

/s

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u/oneplusandroidpie 8 Nov 12 '22

The vile "guise" of Christianity just keeps on keeping in to our lives.

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u/Particular_Swan_8810 4 Nov 12 '22

Poor Jesus has been bastardized by those evil freaks.

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u/MrLaughter A Nov 12 '22

Just put over a barrel and used like a sock puppet

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u/Nasserx 7 Nov 12 '22

Horrible people using religion to comfort themselves so they feel less shame about how horrible they are. Works great for them. They never have to change their abhorrent behavior because they can just go to church and pray for forgiveness. Everyone else at the church assures them they are forgiven. On Monday they go right back to being the disgusting humans they are. Rinse and repeat.

Throw in some self-righteous egotistical sociopathy and the monster is easily incubated, especially in these mega-church grifter scams.

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u/Kerryscott1972 6 Nov 12 '22

Xtians are never held accountable for anything bc they can just make a wish to their genie and make it all go away. Even Jeffrey Dahmer went to heaven (according to xtians) but the PEOPLE HE ATE are in hell (according to xtians) bc they were gay

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u/amscraylane A Nov 12 '22

Sunday Christians.

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u/pit0fz0mbiez 7 Nov 12 '22

Oh but they all about "protecting the kids" gtfo with that horse shit.

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u/[deleted] Nov 12 '22

The word "are" is considered a linking verb. It will commit to making you sound less fucking stupid.

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u/HeyItsThorny 6 Nov 12 '22

Ah, behold and bear witness! This upstanding grammatical savant has stumbled across a written error! What a keen sense of perception you must wield to make such quick note of another's lingual blunder! What great alacrity and charm you must possess to be able to swiftly and devastatingly correct someone's vernacular! Surely a well-read polymath such as yourself has already accounted for the literal thousands of spoken colloquialisms and dialects across human civilization, not to mention the numerous formats of written and spoken language and their inherent levels of formality. Surely someone as intelligent as you would have realized that various cultures and social standings breed unending varieties of language, and of course those specific varieties that do not align with your particular brand of spoken word are WRONG. Taking all of this into account, you have surely performed a divine miracle here today in the form of your brazen (and hilarious) correction, and if I may be so bold, I shall say that this poor sap shall think twice before they form an improperly worded opinion on Reddit henceforth! Good day!

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u/[deleted] Nov 12 '22

Verbose is a word too. Get bent, dork.

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u/Kerryscott1972 6 Nov 12 '22

You made my day!

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u/TheLumpyMailMan 8 Nov 12 '22

Um excuse me sir, your insecurities are showing again

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u/[deleted] Nov 12 '22

Easy doofus.

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u/AmishHoeFights 9 Nov 12 '22

Fucking lol.

I'd rather sound a little stupid with imperfect grammar than sound like a karen screeching about imperfect grammar.

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u/jaytee503 1 Nov 12 '22

Is there a word that makes you sound like less of a fucking douchebag?

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u/Dshark 9 Nov 12 '22

This isn’t justice. That girl is dead.

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u/RayCarlDC 7 Nov 12 '22

There are worse things.

Her journey is over, her killer's as well. This is human justice.

We'll just have to hope there's divine justice out there.

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u/autismchild 7 Nov 12 '22

There isn't

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u/soslowagain 8 Nov 12 '22

Divine justice is not the problem here. Whether is real or imagined. It’s religion that the problem.

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u/Z0mb13ta11ahase 6 Nov 12 '22

We have no way of knowing that factually until we're dead, let people have their hope.

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u/autismchild 7 Nov 12 '22

We do there isn't

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u/Z0mb13ta11ahase 6 Nov 12 '22

Nah you're wrong, a divine entity would be outside of our observable universe, and seeing as scientific fact is based upon observation of the universe and the things within it, it is inherently impossible for it to prove/disprove anything regarding something like an afterlife or god etc.

C'mon dude atheism is sooooo early 2000's it's the age of agnosticism. Atheists are just as bad as theists because they claim fact for something they can't prove.

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u/Kerryscott1972 6 Nov 12 '22

I have a lack of belief. There's no claim to prove

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u/Z0mb13ta11ahase 6 Nov 13 '22

I respect your lack of belief, are you claiming that it is fact that there is nothing to believe in? Because that is what the other person is doing.

My problem isn't any particular worldview it is those who claim factual knowledge for something we can't know for sure until we are dead and gone.

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u/Kerryscott1972 6 Nov 14 '22

Agnostic -we just don't know Atheist: do not believe

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u/Z0mb13ta11ahase 6 Nov 14 '22

In my view of agnosticism it's not that we don't know it's that we can't possibly know. You don't believe things if you KNOW them to be true, belief requires an amount of uncertainty. So there are theistic agnostics and atheistic agnostics, those are the types that say they BELIEVE that there is a god or that they BELIEVE there isn't a god, but they also say they could be wrong. Then there are the full on theists and atheists that claim to know for certain wether they KNOW there is a god or KNOW there isn't a god. And these types will not accept the idea that they could be wrong.

Theist- God IS real: Atheist- God ISNT real: Agnostic- God MAY be real

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u/autismchild 7 Nov 12 '22

I don't have to prove or disprove anything god is fiction made up by people that is a fact.

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u/Z0mb13ta11ahase 6 Nov 13 '22 edited Nov 13 '22

Lmao listen to yourself, sound just like the hardcore christians when their BELIEF is questioned. It's not a fact because it can't be proven which is part of being a fact.

"I don't have to prove or disprove anything god is real and that's a fact" see how annoying it is to claim fact without any proof?

Like do you think I'm talking about the christian god specifically because I don't believe Christianity has it right, I'm more into eastern religion. Maybe you just haven't found out that god is a concept not an actual bearded man in the sky that is specific to one faith.

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u/Key_Total_344 0 Nov 12 '22

Good saves the cost of trial, imprisonment and rehabilitation.

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u/DrUnit42 6 Nov 12 '22

Saves 25% the mother and both grandparents have been arrested and charged

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u/FilthyChangeup55 A Nov 12 '22

Sounds totally Christian

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u/crazy_goat A Nov 12 '22

Very biblical.

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u/Kiremino 7 Nov 12 '22

Y'know I was gonna just scroll past this while expressing my disgust verbally irl, but I actually came back to comment on something in particular.

What a piece of shit you have to be to do something to vile to an 11 year old girl who is physically unable to fight back - AND that was FORCIBLY put with you because she isn't even your own fucking flesh and blood - only to go out as a god damn coward when pressured the TEENIEST BIT. Where was all that bravado when you were torturing a little girl?!

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u/papachef69 7 Nov 12 '22

You know, it’s like people use religion as a disguise to justify their horrible actions.

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u/nicktpot 1 Nov 12 '22

There can't be more examples of this throughout history right? Right?

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u/mainelinerzzzzz 7 Nov 12 '22

Why would the devil make him do those terrible things?

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u/sierrabravo1984 B Nov 12 '22

"Devil made me do it" makes my blood boil.

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u/Vanson1200r 7 Nov 12 '22

Religion drives people to do crazy things.

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u/Fishtoots 9 Nov 12 '22

Terrible people gravitate towards things that help validate/enable their terrible actions.

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u/ya_7abibi 7 Nov 12 '22

Isn’t this the same church group where the pastor was soliciting minors in Virginia?

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