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Pastor Ezekiel 11-15-2007 11:12 PM

Jehovah Witless Child Rapists
 
In case any of you were under the impression that mary worshiping papists are the only ones out there buggering children in the name of their false cult, THIS story should set you straight. I just feel sorry for all those little boys who will end up in hellfire for being queered by a cultist.

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Sex attacks: "Church" elder is jailed

A church elder who avoided jail despite admitting a series of sex attacks on children has been sentenced to 18 months in prison following an appeal.

Michael Porter, a Jehovah’s Witness, preyed on 13 boys - including an 18-month-old baby - over the course of some 15 years, the Court of Appeal heard yesterday.

The 38-year-old, formerly of Portishead, but now living in north London, pleaded guilty to 24 counts of indecent assault and gross indecency on children.

The Attorney General, Baroness Scotland, referred the sentence to the Court of Appeal as she considered it unduly lenient. And yesterday Lord Justice Gage amended the sentence to 18 months’ custody.

Porter’s sister Tina, 41, of Churchill Avenue, Clevedon, thought the original sentence “absolutely pathetic”.

She said yesterday: “In our eyes, he got away with what he’d done and we needed him to pay for what he did. The judge today brought home the fact that the victims and their families had their lives ruined.”

He said: “Some six families were affected by his conduct. Victim impact statements from three affected families contain details of the typical psychological and emotional effect that such offending can have on those directly or indirectly involved.

Mr Wright said Porter repeated offences from his adolescence to the age of 30. He said: “They were against the most vulnerable in society, opportunistic, and exploiting the position of trust he was placed in by those around him, both friends and associates at the church.”

But he said: “These were serious offences, which involved young children and adolescents over a long period of time. They have to be marked by a custodial sentence.”

The catalogue of abuse came to light when one victim reported it to elders at the Jehovah’s Witness church in Portishead, where Porter’s family were members. Porter then confessed to members of the church, and later to police.


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