The sad reality of the Glenn Pace memo is that it resulted in a criminal investigation by the political authorities in Utah who then turned it into another Utah "Whitewash". I am no stranger to the "whitewashing" abilities of the political authorities in Utah. In my situation, the price was millions of dollars to Utah elected officials. Money buys silence in Utah politics and one thing that the Iluminati Satanists have, is plenty of money.
"A Governor's Task Force on Ritual Abuse was created in March 1990 out of concerns raised by the Governors Commission on Women and Family and the state Task Force on Child Abuse. The task force concluded that ritual abuse was occurring in Utah as a significant problem and recommended that the legislature appropriate $250,000 to the Attorney General's office to hire four investigators for a year. Some funds were appropriated, and two investigators were hired.
In late February 1995, the Utah Attorney General's office closed a two-and-a-half-year investigation with two investigators of "over 125 cases of alleged ritual crime. In some cases, these investigations involved hundreds of hours of investigation and evaluation. In addition, the Unit investigators have met with hundreds of citizens who claim to be victims of satanic, religious, physical or sexually motivated ritual crimes.None of the allegations have resulted in prosecutions, except for the case of the Zion Society in Ogden." The investigators used a broad definition of ritual ("any customarily repeated act or series of acts"), differentiated between ritualism and occultism, and described eleven different types of occult groups.
Investigator Mike King told KUTV that he and another investigator talked to "hundreds" of victims who alleged they were raped, tortured, forced to perform horrible acts, brainwashed, saw babies murdered or were forced to participate in ritual murders. I really feel for these people and I would like to help them, but we just couldn't find the evidence." Gerald Lazar, head of psychiatry at LDS Hospital, said "he has never been able to independently verify memories of satanic ritual abuse."
Perhaps the final statement should read, "Every bit of evidence we uncovered was whitewashed by the political leadership of Utah."
The big lie of "False memory syndrome" was in full play in Utah. The victims were publicly accused of "making things up". How someone makes up "multiple personality syndrome" is still an unanswered question in the hallowed halls of Utah politics. In ordser to split a person's personality the trauma has to be so severe that it is beyond anything you or I have experienced. Otherwise, anyone that saw "Friday the 13th" would be walking around with MPS.
Even wartime situations cannot create Multiple Personality Syndrome. Otherwise the VA hospitals would be overflowing with victims, which they are not.
Only the type of sexual and physical abuse described in Pace's memo creates Multiple Personality Syndrome. Yet, in Utah politics, it appears that money can buy whatever results they desire in their investigations. That is my experience and I can back it up with evidence. The question remains, what does it take to get a conviction for Satanic Ritual Abuse in Utah?
"From the time she was 3 years old until she became a young adult, Rachel Hopkins was ritualistically tortured, raped, bathed in blood and threatened that she would be killed if she ever told anyone.
It's a story so bizarre and so terrifying that some people refuse to believe that it really happened. Hopkins (not her real name) was a victim of what is commonly called satanic ritual abuse - a phenomenon that many psychological experts say doesn't exist.Rather, they argue, memories of ritualistic abuse are fantasies or false memories planted by unscrupulous therapists. "I am sure there are cases where bogus therapists have suggested things. Of course, there are false memories," Hopkins said. "But that is not what happened to me."
Like most victims of satanic ritual abuse, Hopkins remembered the abuse many years later. But her case is significantly different from others.
She has the signed confessions of her parents - both of whom admitted abusing her during satanic rituals - that corroborate every memory she has of the abuse. The confessions offer much greater detail of events Rachel could not have known.
Hopkins' parents also confessed in detail to two investigators from the Utah attorney general's office and to leaders of the church they attended.
Yet, even signed confessions from the perpetrators are not enough to put a practicing Satanist into a Utah jail cell.
"Hopkins was also able to recover a photograph of herself as a child that shows bruises inflicted during the ritual abuse. Her siblings have also corroborated the events surrounding the ritual abuse.
"The biggest weapon they (occultists) have is secrecy," she said. "By our society not acknowledging that it exists, we aid in that secrecy and we refuse to allow the healing to begin."
Tuesday, the Utah attorney general's office released the results of an investigation that reportedly downplays the existence of satanic ritual abuse. The report states there is not enough evidence to support prosecution of any individuals, said chief deputy Reed Richards." (source)
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