Twelve Tribes documentary 2015 from Spain

Here is the complete documentary with embedded English subtitles that takes us to the Spanish community. Following the 2013 raid of the German community and the state of Bavaria putting all their children in the care of foster parents and in youth state centers, there is a strong concern that the same childabuse which was…

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Twelve Tribes: The Church Preached Child Abuse & Slavery

Source: The daily beast Luke O’Neil 07.17.16 2:01 PM ET According to ex-members of Twelve Tribes who spoke to The Daily Beast, children are regularly beaten and leaders preached “slavery is necessary.” Now, an escapee has taken over the Facebook page of the Plymouth bakery run by the commune so he can broadcast its ills….

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Posts justifying slavery and child abuse appear on Blue Blinds Bakery Facebook page

Souce: MassLive By Alban Murtishi, MassLive.com Follow on Twitter on July 11, 2016 at 4:54 PM Recent posts advocating for the return of slavery and corporal punishment of children have appeared on the Facebook page of The Blue Blinds Bakery in Plymouth leaving some question as to their origins. The most recent post alleges that the page…

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A Bakery, a Christian Cult, and the Reach of Social Media

Source: Patheos.com July 11, 2016 by Peg Aloi The Blue Blinds Bakery in Plymouth, Massachusetts looks to all outwards appearances like a nice friendly family-owned business. It’s gotten great reviews for its food and service in major media outlets like the Boston Globe and, until rather recently, their Yelp page also contained many positive reviews for…

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What the Hell Is Happening on This Plymouth Bakery’s Facebook Page?

Source: Boston Magazine The person behind recent posts calling slavery ‘necessary’ claims to be a former employee, hoping to draw attention to a sect of fundamentalist Christians. By Kyle Scott Clauss | Boston Daily | July 10, 2016, 7:53 p.m Blue Blinds Bakery is a quaint cafe serving up organic fare in downtown Plymouth. “Blue…

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Waiting for a family — A happy ending to a sad story

Source: Cult Help and Information Original article from Syracuse Herald American, Sunday, April 13, 1997. After eight years on the run, her sons are home again.  Reclaiming kids from cult took Scriba woman across America. By Janet Gramza and Todd Lighty When the phone call finally came, Laurie Johnson’s heart soared.  After an eight-year search…

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