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Breaking: Uncle who found body and car of Marilane Carter dead of apparent suicide in Kansas after search warrant served at his house

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I was contacted Saturday night by someone asking if I had heard that Adam Carter's uncle Larry Bradley had killed himself. That was the first I had heard about it. I was also told that police had shown up at Larry Bradley's house last week in Overland Park, Kansas with a search warrant. Sometime after that, Larry allegedly left and went somewhere and killed himself, possibly at a nearby park.  Larry Bradley is Kansas Baptist pastor Adam Carter's uncle who found Marilane Carter's body and car on August 18, 2020 in a remote field in a shipping container in West Memphis, Arkansas. Larry is married to Ellen , Adam's dad Craig's sister.  I posted to Facebook and Twitter looking to confirm news of Larry's death. First, I received a reply from Jason Wilson on Facebook who reportedly is Larry Bradley's co-worker at BNSF Railway .  Then, a close friend of Adam confirmed Larry's death and the search warrant. I received private information in the Marilane Cart

Arkanas State Crime Lab Chief Medical Examiner responds to questions about the death of Marilane Carter

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I have received email communication with the Chief Medical Examiner at the Arkansas State Crime Lab where Marilane Carter's body was taken after she was found deceased in her car that was backed into a shipping container in a field on private property in Crittenden County, Arkansas. Marilane was reportedly found by her husband Adam Carter's uncle on Tuesday, August 18, 2020. This uncle apparently who found her is Larry Bradley. The property where she was found had been previously searched by law enforcement and others, including family members. According to the Crittenden County Sheriff Chief Todd Grooms, the containers had been seen before but not searched as the doors appeared closed and assumed to be locked.  Marilane had been reported missing on August 3 at about 3- 4 am by her husband Adam who apparently went in person to the Overland Park, Kansas police department. She allegedly left home on the evening of August 1 at 8:15pm. Family members have stated that she was travel

Message from a close college friend of Marilane Carter

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I have received permission to share this message as a post here. Hi - I wanted to message you privately because I don't share much on here. I'm a close college friend of Marilane's. We hadn't seen each other or really had a chance to speak since just after her wedding, but had kept in touch casually on facebook. When she went missing, I was floored. This was not the girl I knew. The words that I would use to best describe her when we were close were faithful, stable, strong, and gentle. Not at all the person portrayed over the last few weeks.  I know people can change over time, but I find it extremely hard to believe that she would have changed that much unless something traumatic happened to her - and I met her right after Tim died, which was incredibly difficult and she was still gentle and stable! None of this makes sense to me. IF she did this to herself, then it was because something/someone triggered it. She truly loved others - she worked at a Mental Health Serv

Where is Marilane Carter?

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Marilane Carter, a 36-year-old woman from the Kansas City area, has been missing over a week now. Reports state that she was last seen leaving her home about 8:15 pm on August 1. She has not been heard from since Sunday, August 2. The first missing persons report was filed on Wednesday, August 5 and stated that she was traveling to Birmingham to visit family and had made concerning statements to her family. Her mother has stated in news coverage that Marilane had planned to travel to Birmingham, Alabama to be there for the birth of her sister's baby and to get help for sleep issues.  She is married to Adam Carter , a Southern Baptist pastor at Leawood Baptist Church in Leawood, Kansas.  Her husband's brother, Paul Carter, stated in a Facebook post on Wednesday, August 5, that Marilane had been desiring to receive psychiatric help.  We are still trying to locate Mrs. Carter. It is believed she may not be in the Kansas City area. However if you have any information, please co

Liberty University president Jerry Falwell Jr. apologizes for "good fun" yacht photo, promises to "try to be a good boy"

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watchkeep · Jerry Falwell Jr. “just in good fun” The image appears to be from a party on a yacht. https://t.co/LPwCbRj2CI — HuffPost (@HuffPost) August 4, 2020 It’s a “trailer park” themed party from Jerry Falwell Jr. How many “trailer parks” aka “mobile homes parks” in Lynchburg, Virginia, home to Liberty University, you ask? 13 https://t.co/WFFKPK96fi https://t.co/XjurussM0v — Matthew Boedy (@MatthewBoedy) August 3, 2020 It's fascinating how "accountability" within the Evangelical community is inverse to one's power: be a mere student at Liberty, and live under constant supervision. Be the leader, have *none*. — The Inglourious Gent (@thesnarkygent) August 5, 2020   Jerry Falwell Jr. responds to viral Instagram post, says photo of him with his pants zipper down and arm around his wife's assistant "was just in good fun" https://t.co/rfECR3e3Oz h/t @watchkeep cc: @mstratford @chrislhayes @TylerHuckabee @MeghanMcCain @RobDownenChron @secupp — Ch

Fellowship Church Allaso Ranch camp opener video: Just Breathe. Then Exhale. On the kid next to you.

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The Mix Camp 2020 Allaso Ranch Opener  Fellowship Church @fc led by pastor Ed Young @EdYoung promoted their July 2020 #AllasoRanch youth camp event during the pandemic -- LIKE THIS. Just shocked. pic.twitter.com/J5SXdiZJ4S — Studio MarkAllen Ⓜ️ (@studiomarkallen) July 23, 2020 Fellowship Church in Grapevine is ignoring the coronavirus outbreak among attendees at the Christian camp, parents and church members say. Those who speak out about the lack of COVID-19 precautions are labeled as "fearful," one woman said. https://t.co/KVto45NBj4 — Kaley Johnson (@KaleyAJohnson) July 23, 2020 Campers test positive for COVID-19 after attending evangelical youth camp in Texas- story contains a link to my blog post ⁦ @RNS ⁩ @fc @edyoung https://t.co/abgmThLX3k — Amy miss informed Smith (@watchkeep) July 23, 2020 Pandemic Mosh Pit at Fellowship Church Allaso Ranch, July 2020 @fc @EdYoung #AllasoRanch #ProfitsForJesus pic.twitter.com/yMxgBZ9Of0 — Studio MarkAllen Ⓜ️ (@studiomar

Does Ed Young's Fellowship Church in Texas have a Covid-19 outbreak after youth camp with hundreds of kids?

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After my post yesterday about the Covid outbreak at Keystone Church in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, I saw reports on social media of a possible outbreak at a Dallas area megachurch, Fellowship Church, from their youth camp as well.  Fellowship Church is led by senior pastor Ed Young with multiple campuses in  Dallas/Fort Worth (TX), Miami (FL), Northport (FL), and Norman (OK). Allaso Ranch is a private ranch in Hawkins, Texas, about 93 miles east of Dallas, owned by the church where they host summer camps and retreats. Allaso Ranch is open this summer according to church social media posts on Facebook and Twitter.   Photos show hundreds of kids gathered in large groups with no social distancing and no masks.  Allaso Ranch youth camp- Fellowship Church Robert McInnis tweeted concern about the camp and stated that his son was supposed to attend, but they decided against it after the church could not give him their plan for social distancing.  I checked out the recent Allaso Ranch