Twelve Tribes child abuse cult serves different kind of beverage

Source:Examiner Feb. 4, 2015, Connect Savannah reporter, Jessica Leigh Lebos, gives the ‘Twelve Tribes’ new café a glowing plug for organic coffee, teas, homemade muffins, Danishes and fruit-stuffed scones. “We want people to get to know us,” says Brian Fenster, 41, who has lived in Twelve Tribes communities around the country for 20 years and…

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Twelve Tribes religious group targeted by child abuse allegations

CBC A Winnipeg religious group is concerned about a letter circulating in the Wolseley area alleging that they abuse children. “Whoever wrote it, they were so inconsiderate they didn’t even put their name on it,” said Maurice Welch, a member of the Winnipeg arm of Twelve Tribes, a Christian sect with communities around the world. “The allegations…

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Twelve Tribes defends use of sticks to discipline children

CBC Child and Family Services says it’s looking into allegations children might be abused A Winnipeg religious group called Twelve Tribes is defending the way it physically disciplines children, using a type of stick. Manitoba’s child welfare authorities said they are looking into the group after CBC’s story earlier this week. Twelve Tribes, a Christian…

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The Twelve Tribes: Religion or Child Abuse?

Source: The Liberty Beacon-2014 By Kattie Shumaker-Ellis This is an expose on some child abuse that occurred in the original founding of the Twelve Tribes, a religious group in 50 countries with a well-defined lifestyle which includes community living. They began in 1972, coming from the Jesus movement in Chattanooga, TN. They can be seen…

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Ireland’s Secret Cults

We look at a number of Cults that are operating in Ireland, including ‘The House of Prayer’, ‘Palmarians’ and ‘Scientologists’ We speak with ex Scientology members as they blow the lid on one of the most famous cults of all time! ‘Exposed: Ireland’s Secret Cults’ airs Tonight Monday 26th September, 2011 at 9pm on TV3…

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