What is being considered as a “paramilitary style” Christian cult in New Mexico has been raided by federal, state, and local law Enforcement agencies in a major crackdown on an international pedophile ring.
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Aggressive Christianity Missions Training Corps in Fence Lake, New Mexico have a cult like military style following, with the leader Peter Green having “Generals” who served under him, Deborah Green and her husband James Green.
The Southern Poverty Law Center has had the sect listed as a “hate group” for many years, which is an interesting find since Obama was in office for eight years and the leftist leaning SPLC alongside the Holder Department of Justice did nothing to stop these pedophiles.
The leader and three members of a religious group based in Cibola County were arrested over the weekend for what investigators called horrific crimes against children.
Charges include over 100 counts of criminal sexual penetration of a minor and child abuse.
The Cibola County Sheriff's Office says their Deputies arrested the leaders of the cult, Deborah Green, Peter Green, Joshua Green, and Stacey Miller of the Aggressive Christianity Missions Training Corps on Sunday morning.
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Sheriff Tony Mace of Cibola County says his department began investigating the group earlier this year when two of their former members claimed they just escaped the commune.
They told Deputies that Deborah and another member Stacey Miller allowed Miller's twelve year old son to die of the flu back in 2014.
"It was a horrible situation," said Cibola County Sheriff Tony Mace.
According to the official arrest warrants, nobody from the sect allowed the child to leave or be taken to the hospital to seek treatment.
Infection began to leak from the child's forehead and he lost his ability to speak and move his right side. He was buried on the property and no one reported his death.
It's believed the child may have been a victim of sexual assault and the leadership had fears the child would expose their pedophile cult.
Investigators said they asked Miller why she didn't get her son help. She told them "she wanted to trust God."
Deputies then arrested her from her home in Sierra County. She's now charged with child abuse with the potential for future charges in relation to her son's death.
Court issued warrants say Deborah controlled the group's finances and rarely wanted to pay for hospital visits. Instead she would preach that those who are sick "must repent to be healed."
She's now charged with neglect resulting in the death of a child.
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The Sheriff's Office said they also charged Deborah with sexual assault of a minor and child abuse involving molestation of a minor.
Investigators said that back in 2001, Deborah sexually assaulted her daughter's 5 year old child who they believe was smuggled in from Uganda as a baby with forged documents.
The now grown adult spoke to the Sheriff's Detectives and said that she was treated like a slave and routinely whipped and beaten when she would refuse sex.
She also told them Deborah's son in law, Peter Green, raped her repeatedly from the time she was five to the time she was nine.
Around that time the New Mexico Children, Youth, and Families Department removed her from the home.
Peter is now charged with 100 counts of criminal sexual penetration of a minor.
'Knowing that these individuals are in custody now, it's a heavy weight off of my shoulders," said Mace.
A fourth person was also arrested Sunday during the raids. Joshua Green is charged with not reporting the birth of his son to the state.
Investigators say none of the group's members made an attempt to get their kid's birth certificates because Joshua Green allegedly wanted to hide the children from police and Children, Youth, and Families Department.
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The Sheriff's Office says there's about 18 children they found still living inside the commune, and many of them may be illegally smuggled children of migrants either bought on the black market or captured and enslaved.
More investigations are pending now from both ICE and the FBI in connection with relations to current investigations being led by the Department of Justice.
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