RE: Jack Schaap Set UP??
(10-05-2012 09:36 AM)Don Wrote: The title says it all
Quote:2[*this post is still in the editing process, information contained in brackets is based on recent information and this article will be revised later according to those additions]
Before I begin this discussion, I am going to explain some things as this topic is going to be controversial, but there are some evils going on behind closed doors that Christians have been naive about for too long.
Now, I am not easily persuaded. In addition to have a doctorate in theology, masters in Christian counseling, and a paralegal degree as well as a background in intelligence, it takes quite a bit of evidence whether factual or circumstantial to convince me of a conspiracy theory, but in the case of Jack Schaap, and numerous other churches, I think this particular case is worth having worthy outside investigators look into.
Many have heard rumors or done their own research on groups such as the Illuminati, Free Masons, Council of Foreign Relations, The Bilderberg Group, Trilateral Commission etc..The word “conspiracy” rings with skepticism and many theories are passed off as belonging to nut jobs. But these groups are REAL, they have alot of money, alot of influence, and an agenda. If you know prophecy, you don’t convince nations to give up their sovereignty, organize a ten nation confederacy that intends on putting in a demonic dictator that will cause the world to swear allegiance to him or not be able to buy or sell, WITHOUT and elaborate conspiracy. Even the death of Christ was the result of a conspiracy between Judas and the Pharisees and Sadducees Many others who have gathered incriminating evidence on these groups, like Michael Cooper, have been killed.
There are many sources of information on these groups so I won’t go into a major discussion about them. One thing is sure though, the biggest obstacle to most of their plans are the beliefs of fundamental Christians. The devil knows he can’t stop the church’s voices, so he’ll settle for the next best thing which is to destroy its credibility. That is being done by careful and deliberate infiltration of churches, and I do not believe it is a mere coincidence that there has been a recent flurry of substantiated and alleged charges of sexual misconduct in mostly fundamental Baptist churches.This doesn’t excuse any of the preachers, deacons-if you fell for it, your stupidity earned your orange jumpsuit, but hasn’t anyone noticed it’s a little odd that so many Baptist churches have been the subject of scandals seemingly all at once?
Cecil Wheeler was a woman who belonged to an occultic group of the Illuminati and was an “ordained” satanic witch. She is one of the first to expose the Monarch and MK Ultra programs used to train (brainwash) participants for field work. Much of the “training” involved ritual sexual abuse, and using teenagers to gain blackmail on politicians, judges, and even pastors. Each eligible student was assigned a “stalker” who would keep tabs on them, talk to them regularly to guarantee that they carried out their mission. Cecil Wheeler’s mission was to infiltrate a Pentacostal church and set up the pastor (they really don’t need infiltrated LOL).
The Illuminati needed a greater network to reach a larger amount of targets, and the internet age provided a perfect opportunity. A hybrid program was created called “To Catch a Predator” hosted by Chris Hansen of NBC. The program uses mostly adults, but teenagers have been large participants in this program where a fake account would be set up to lure pedophiles set up a meeting where a minor boy or girl would be waiting for them. Now as successful as this program appeared to be in catching predators, think about something, would you want your 14 year old daughter being used like this? The program being the success it was , was the model for the Illuminati to begin using these type of internet conversations to begin soliciting pastors, so keep in mind, the government has now set the precedent for using minors to trap predators.
Now this is the part where I am going to make some folks angry who maintain the “don’t blame the victim” mentality. And again, I want to emphasize Jack Schaap was a moron for what he did. Was she too young to make this kind of choice? At 17 girls are permitted to have an abortion without their parents consent. At 17 girls get free condoms at school, they don’t give them to 13 year olds but they feel a 17 year old is responsible (unless of course it’s a Baptist preacher, then she’s not responsible). At 17 you can enter the military delayed entry program, have a drivers license, enter into legal binding contracts in most states, and file for emancipation. Many have even graduated from high school at age 17.
Now here are the order of events as given by the papers, witnesses, public statements by Jocelyn Zichterman, Trisha Lacroix.
*Girl contacts Jack Schaap for counseling for sexual abuse. There are no statements as to whether the parents knew she was going to him for counseling (it may appear that they did know as they were trying to seek help for her recalcitrant behavior). It is quite odd that a victim of sexual abuse would seek out a male counselor, especially with the trauma it causes at a young age. Furthermore, this girl had allegedly been terminated from public schools as well as Hammond Baptist High School twice for misconduct with boys of the school.
*Girl has the presence of mind to take pictures and travel with Jack for a month (reports state from June 1 to June 30). Again, odd that a victim of sex abuse would willingly travel with a grown man, and have the presence of mind to take pictures. Now, the incriminating pictures were taken OUT OF STATE which would prove evidence of a federal crime because in the individual states, the relationship would not have been considered a state law crime (which would explain why Schaap denied knowing it was a crime, he may have known that sex with a minor is a crime, but not known the specific age requirement, the deacons even reported that they knew it was not a crime in Indiana so they were not expecting charges). Plus, how did this girl know to take pictures out of the state! Someone coached her, and we’ll see below who she had on speed dial [Apparently, the girls cousin is close friends with Jocelyn Zichterman, and the cousin has been giving information to Trisha Kee/Lacroix regarding the status of the girl, so this will clarify statements below until we update this section with better information].
*Some how, according to Trisha Lacroix, Jocelyn Zichterman, a high profile victim rights advocate is contacted by the girl, and Jocelyn called the FBI, not the local police but the FBI. How did this girl even know who Jocelyn Zichterman was? and how did she get her number? (on a side note, Jocelyn Zichterman is very hostile toward the Baptist churches, and wrote a book about it called “I Fired God”. There are also statements made by Jocelyn on public blogs where she threatened her friend Jeffrey Hoffman, a gay rights activitist, that if he did not stop posting about her lying to victims about being an advocate appointed by the FBI, she would set up one of his friends). Jocelyn then called Trisha Lacroix to report the news and Trisha praised Jocelyn for it on the Do Right Hyles Anderson page (even though previously Trisha claimed to have broken off ties with Jocelyn although Jocelyn still runs the Do Right Open Door facebook page and has kept contact with Trisha through that page). Trisha starts a group page Do Right Hyles Anderson before the police got involved (Trisha has stated she knows for a FACT that Schaap had more victims although there have been no additional informations filed by any prosecuting attorneys , but now she is asking members of her group as of October 3, 2012, if anyone has information on Schaap to contact her).
*Now there seems to be an inconsistency in the story about Jocelyn’s involvement because Jack Schaap was not immediately arrested, the announcement of Jocelyns involvement was not posted until AFTER Schaap was arrested. But, when spokesman of FBC gave statements regarding cooperation with authorities, the FBI WERE ALREADY INVESTIGATING. Local police do not investigate something that they know is not a crime in their state. This means that Jocelyn contacted the FBI prior to the girl sending the text message to Jack Schaap!
*Now, according to reports, the girl was in church and text messaged photos to Schaap, but apparently Schaap left his cell phone on the pulpit. Does it not seem odd that a girl would text message sex photos to a preacher in the middle of church? Even if she wasn’t in church, she still would have likely known his schedule. [the story about the cell phone being left on the pulpit has been discredited, this is the story. Other staff had assisted in maintaining Schaaps facebook page which was linked to his cell phone. The girl had sent a text message that included a picture of her kissing him and Schaap was confronted about it and became angry. It wasn't until at least a week later that she began to send text messages with explicit content, and she sent these text messages from a sound booth while Jack Schaap was preaching from the pulpit
EDIT DELETED .Could it be that this girl, Jocelyn was in on this, and the deacon was the girls "stalker" as described above by Cecil Wheeler. [As stated above, the story about the deacon has been debunked, but it is true that Trisha Lacroix does in fact have someone feeding her information from within FBC staff or close to listening distance. Trisha recently recently a false statement about FBC settling a lawsuit that she claimed to have received from an FBC staffer. Although most of the information was inaccurate, there was enough within the details and the timing of the staff meeting about laying off staff members (which was the result of financial issues that related to a new auditorium and had nothing to do with any lawsuits) that verifies that someone actually did and has been talking to Trisha from within the church, so as far as the deacon reading the text message found on the pulpit, that is not true, but the theory regarding the 'stalker' could still very well be true]
*Trisha announced on October 1, that the deacons are now required to sign non-disclosure agreements, and where did she get this information? FROM A DEACON. Now why would a deacon be giving any information to a non licensed, non trained advocate who promotes a clothing line for a living and runs a group openly hostile to First Baptist Church? Deacon finds phone, reads text message that girl sent to preacher while in church and deacon feeds Trisha information?? This doesn’t look good for that deacon. [Keep in mind however, this may not be a deacon, but simply a term Trisha is using to throw people off about who is feeding her information, she even claims it has been several people when in all likelihood it is only one person. This is a tactic that in intelligence community is called 'disinformation']
Ever since this incident, Trisha has created a group that is based on new age and cultic philosophy called Fundamental Revolution (we have documented this group thoroughly on the dorightchristians.wordpress.com on the sections about DO RIGHT SCAM and TRISHA FUNDAMENTAL REVOLUTION OCCULT) that is bent on DESTROYING First Baptist Church and Hyles Anderson College. In fact, ALL of the “DO RIGHT” groups in existence now are aimed at independent fundamental Baptist churches and these groups are full of gay rights activists, atheists.
I have even thought to myself that maybe Schaap himself was part of some strange group because I’ve never seen a fundamental Baptist flip flop on so many doctrines that Baptist have traditionally held sacred. But I don’t have enough to make that kind of allegation. No 54 year old has any business with a 17 year old, regardless of her willingness to participate, the whole thing on Jack’s part just wicked, wicked, wicked.
But this presented the perfect opportunity to liberals to vilify all fundamental Baptist churches, and it seems to be an epidemic that has arisen all of a sudden, and I for one think someone spiked the Kool Aid, and did so with careful and thoughtful planning.
Now I’m going to get a bunch of hate mail and frankly, I could care less of what the atheist and gay rights community and you backslidden hypocritical gossiping “Christians” who have shared the yoke with Trisha and her Do RIght Hyles Anderson cult. But this is definately a warning to the churches. The devil came to steal, kill and destroy and don’t think it’s beyond him to use teenagers to do it. This is why all churches need to tighten up their policies, parents get to know your children and love them, church members get rid of your little cliques and start encouraging and strengthening one another and holding each other accountable. We are at war, and the devil isn’t pulling any punches.
1. If the girl was used to somehow "get" Schaap, she was STILL abused and, in fact, doubly abused. Someone used her, and Schaap used her.
2. I know of no state in which a 17 year old girl can enter into a legally binding contract. Do you? And if she cannot enter into a legally binding contract, then she also cannot make wise choices about her sexuality in regards to an adult man.
3. Only someone who has never been sexually abused would make the assumption that a young girl would be petrified of men. That's blatant ignorance.