Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Ex-Calvary Fellowship Downingtown pastor wanted on charges he raped and impregnated teen girl






 



Jacob Malone, ex-pastor to surrender on charges he raped teen girl

 WEST CHESTER, Pa. -- Police say an eastern Pennsylvania pastor wanted on charges he raped and impregnated a teen girl is out of the country but expected to return and surrender to police by week's end.
West Whiteland Detective Scott Pezick tells LNP that an attorney representing 33-year-old Jacob Malone, of Exton, has been in touch with police.
Malone was charged last week with rape, institutional sexual assault and other crimes for incidents that allegedly began in September 2014, when the girl was still 17.
The Rev. Bill Bateman says Malone worked at Calvary Fellowship in Downingtown for about 18 months before he resigned in November. Bateman says that happened after church leaders learned the girl was pregnant, and about other allegations that Malone has an in appropriate relationship with another female in another state.

Pastor charged with raping teenage girl is in Ecuador, police say
Malone reportedly met the teen when she was 12 years old. In June 2014, when she turned 17, Malone allegedly invited her to live with him and his family in Minnesota. They all moved to Exton, Pennsylvania, a month later, and Malone signed her up to go to a local high school. Malone allegedly began to assault the teen when she lived with his family in Chester County, Pennsylvania.
Police said the assaults continued while the teen attended a local church where Malone worked as a pastor. When she turned 18, he allegedly gave her alcohol on several occasions and molested her when she became drunk, police said.
In November 2015, the teen became pregnant and local church leaders confronted Malone, according to Philly.com. He allegedly admitted to impregnating her and resigned later that month.
Church spokesman Bill Bateman said leaders at Calvary Fellowship learned of the girl's pregnancy in November 2015, as well as another alleged inappropriate relationship Malone was having in another state. Bateman said Malone admitted to impregnating the teenager and resigned that same month. 

Bateman said the church was told about the allegations against Malone over the weekend. 

When church leaders confronted Malone in November, did they immediately report his confession to the police? Who reported the allegations to police and when?



Jacob and Jill Malone made the above video to announce his "self-imposed sabbatical" after his resignation and confession of sexually assaulting and impregnating a teen girl. He said they're "really excited about what God's going to do in their lives." 



Enabled for decades: Baptist pastor/convicted child sexual predator Bill Cabe in South Carolina


Rock Hill pastor who stole $8 million from church gets probation for impersonating doctor, touching boy

Pastor Cabe pleaded no contest to five counts of unlawful practice of medicine
Cabe spent seven years in federal prison for stealing more than $8 million
Current charges of giving medical exams and touching private parts have been pending for more than 5 years

Read more here: http://www.heraldonline.com/news/local/crime/article47945090.html#storylink=cpy

The Rev. Johnny William “Bill” Cabe, the York County pastor who spent seven years in prison for stealing $8 million from church investors, will serve no prison time after pleading no contest Friday to 2010 charges alleging he claimed to be a doctor and performed exams on an 11-year-old boy he had befriended.
Cabe, 56, was charged twice in the 1990s on similar allegations of giving hernia exams and other improper contact with minor boys at Riverside Independent Baptist Church but was never convicted. On Friday, Cabe was sentenced to five years’ probation, yet he admitted no guilt in pleading no contest to five counts of unlawful practice of medicine for touching the boy’s private parts.
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The child abuse registry and probation deal “warns members of the community” of what Cabe did while claiming to be a doctor in a church office filled with medical equipment, prosecutor Erin Joyner said in court.

Read more here: http://www.heraldonline.com/news/local/crime/article47945090.html#storylink=cpy
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Prosecutors offered the plea deal to avoid forcing the boy to testify after he had made emotional gains after the trauma of finding out that Cabe was not a doctor and had touched him inappropriately. Also, the boy did not come forward until the boy’s mother found out he was touched by Cabe, Joyner said, and past allegations of improper touching likely would not have been admissible because Cabe was never convicted.
At the time the boy was touched, between 2008 and 2010, Cabe was a recently-released felon who spent seven years in federal prison for stealing millions from unwitting religious followers in a pyramid scheme that spanned the Atlantic Ocean. Cabe was convicted in 2001 in federal court of stealing more than $8 million in the 1990s but never admitted any guilt in the scheme involving another pastor and an art dealer from England. He was fined $7.8 million, and officials seized more than $1.2 million of his assets.
Despite his felony convictions for stealing from dozens of people, including his own church members, Cabe even conducted church services by telephone from federal prison before being released.

Cabe appealed his fraud conviction but lost in 2003.

Convicted child sex offender John William (Bill) Cabe remains the pastor of Riverside Independent Baptist Church in Rock Hill, South Carolina.

After a life of crime & 9 years in prison, Bill Cabe still a Baptist Pastor


Read more here: http://www.heraldonline.com/news/local/crime/article47945090.html#storylink=cpy





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Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Amanda Blackburn didn't "give her life." She was murdered.



In a video posted on Sunday, 12/6/15, shown to Resonate Church, pastor Davey Blackburn said he "wholeheartedly believes that Amanda gave her life to see Indianapolis changed." He says he's taking a step back from Resonate and needs to take time to "process" and "get healthy." It's a "bit of chaos" for his little boy Weston. A bit??
Amanda didn't "give her life" Davey. She was murdered.





Friday, November 20, 2015

"It's such a conundrum" - Davey Blackburn when asked about justice for Amanda Blackburn



















At at about the 45:00 mark  Davey Blackburn repeatedly points and shoots a guy on stage with an air soft gun, shouting, "BOOM!" in his sermon at Resonate Church on November 8, 2015, 2 days before Amanda was murdered, shot in the head in her home.




Statement Analysis by Peter Hyatt of statements by Davey Blackburn in the days after the murder of his wife Amanda:

1. Statement of Pastor Finds Wife Murdered

2. Q & A: The Murder of Amanda Blackburn

3. Davey Blackburn: Life Insurance on Amanda

4. Statement Analysis Transcript: Davey Blackburn

5. Commitment in Language: Intrusion and Violence

6. "The Best is Yet to Come"

7. Pregnant Woman Homicides

8. Conclusion in the Amanda Blackburn Murder to Date

9. Davey Blackburn: The Identity of "We"

10. Arrest in Amanda Blackburn Murder

11. Blackburn Murder: Change of Language

12. "Amanda's Story"

13. Blackburn Murder: Human Nature and Language

14. Amanda Blackburn Murder: Opinions

15. Blackburn Murder, What Detectives Think: "No One Is This Lucky!"

16. Reasons Why Davey Blackburn Was Not Involved in the Murder of Amanda

Justice for Amanda Blackburn on Facebook













Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Hidden Predator Act lawsuit alleges continual child sexual abuse by GOP political consultant Jim Collins, former youth pastor at First Baptist Church Vidalia, Georgia






Rising Up with Courage- daybreak on Kauai





A Republican political consultant from Georgia was sued this week for allegedly forcing boys to perform sex acts and videotaping it.

WSAV reported that attorneys for Matt Stanley filed a lawsuit against Jim Collins for abuse that occurred between from 1996 and 2002 while attending First Baptist Church Vidalia, where Collins was a youth volunteer.

Collins is accused of instructing boys to perform “individual sexual acts, both privately and in a group setting.” The lawsuit alleges that he recorded the boys performing the acts at least once while at church. The “highly inappropriate, sexualized physical contact with many of the boys” continued while Collins was chaperoning out-of-town trips, the lawsuit says.

Stanley said that he was abused “more than a hundred times” from the age of 11 until he was 18 years old.

Vidalia Man Accused in Third Hidden Predator Lawsuit

“Individuals who violate and sexually abuse children should be put on notice that we survivors are breaking our silence and rising up with courage to fight for justice.” explained Angela Williams, an abuser survivor and founder of Voice Today.
One of those survivors is named Matt Stanley.
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Also named in the suit – 50 “Doe’s”. Those are unnamed organizations who the lawsuit claims “negligent” by not protecting children from Collins.
First Baptist Church Vidalia is located in Vidalia, Georgia and is a member of the Southern Baptist Convention. The senior pastor is Bucky Kennedy. Kennedy is also on the Board of Trustees of Brewton Parker, a coeducational institution owned by the Executive Committee of the Georgia Baptist Convention. 

The lawsuit states that in 1997 Jim Collins was hired as the youth pastor at FBC Vidalia after serving as a volunteer.

Hidden Predator Act lawsuit
Allegedly what started out as Bible classes at Collins' home later turned to viewing of pornographic material by Stanley and other youth from the church.  Sexual molesting occurred at Collins' home and on youth church trips, according to the suit.
Stanley said, "As a boy I was sexually abused by Jim Collins.  Jim used his position of authority in my local church to perpetrate his abuse for most of my adolescent years.
"Mr. Collins must provide an accounting for his actions.  Through this lawsuit, I hope to raise the public's awareness that child abuse is real and can flourish without our vigilance.
"Parents, you must be on guard.  Ask hard questions. Demand answers.  If, God forbid, you find your child has been abused in someway, please do all you can to insure your loved one seeks out and receives the vital counseling and support they will need."
The suit also accuses up to 50 unnamed John Does at the church of gross negligence in hiring Collins and failing to protect children from his sexual abuse.
Attorney James Carroll says it's still to be determined if any others will be sued. "The 'Does' are in the lawsuit in case we do decide to bring in additional persons.  We do know the identity of those who were involved and whether or not they are sued is a decision the Stanley family will make.  By leaving the 'Does' in gives us the opportunity to amend the complaint," he said.



Monday, October 19, 2015

When Pastors Prey: Baptist perv Sammy Nuckolls



via Crime Watch Daily
Sammy Nuckolls, a man of God, preyed on his parishioners in the sickest of ways. As cops would uncover, the pastor's own home was exposed as a sex trap.







Amy Violette- betrayed by Sammy Nuckolls, a brave survivor speaks out



Peeping preacher's prison sentence stands
Prosecutor Steven Jubera suggested Nuckolls’ aims were not altruistic but driven by the same “narcissistic tendencies” that got him in trouble in the first place.
“House arrest is really not going to prevent him from doing what he did in his own home in the first place,” Jubera said.
Chatham said he was pleased to hear that Nuckolls is doing good work and adjusting well to prison. “Perhaps that is your calling,” he said.
As to Nuckolls’ motives, the judge said: “Only God Almighty can see your heart. What you are in front of me for is the pain and agony you have inflicted on 13 women here in my jurisdiction.”
Chatham said after 46 years as a prosecutor, defense attorney and judge: “I find our judicial system is second only to the Holy Bible to bring repentance in this world. I don’t know how many people would repent if they hadn’t been caught.”
Peeping preacher case comes to TV


Friday, October 16, 2015

Custom Ink responds to concerns about helping design shirts to raise funds for a convicted child rapist foundation



The Gregory Raymond Kelley Foundation was founded in 2014 to support a convicted felon, Greg Kelley, in prison for super aggravated sexual assault of a 4-year-old boy in Texas. 

The Gregory Raymond Kelley Foundation was founded in 2014 as a way to carry out Greg's passion for helping others while he unjustly remains in prison for something that he did not do. His supporters have rallied around him and we are free and want to use that freedom to serve each other in our community in Greg's name, just like it says in Galatians 5:13.

The GRK Foundation has had difficulties in the past raising funds online once sites like Go Fund Me were made aware of the nature of this foundation. Maddie Brimberry found a company, Custom Ink, to help design and host a t-shirt fundraiser sale to support the GRK Foundation. I called Custom Ink this morning and spoke with Jasmine who directed me to call Booster, a third party fundraiser for Custom Ink. I called Booster and was told that this is a Custom Ink issue. I went back to the Custom Ink site and began a chat with a Custom Ink agent. I have posted our conversation below.



Success! You are now chatting with 'Amanda M. '.
Amanda M. : Hi Amy Smith! Thank you for chatting with CustomInk! I'm quickly reviewing the form you've filled out to see what I can personally help you with today.
Amy Smith: Thank you.
Amy Smith:https://www.facebook.com/GRKFoundation?fref=ts
Amy Smith: GRK is a convicted child rapist in prison.
Amanda M. : I'm happy to help today. I'm sorry, about any confusion here. Let me take a peek at everything.
Amanda M. : One moment please.
Amy Smith: They are proudly thanking you for helping them raise funds for the rapist GRK. In the past other companies have shut them down (go fund me) when this was found out.
Amy Smith: I have asked questions on twitter about this as well but no response from you.
Amanda M. : I do apologize for the uncomfortable nature of this situation. It is not up to CustomInk or us as representatives to research or do background checks on our customers. We will absolutely not print anything pertaining to sexual offense, rape, demeaning behavior, etc. We will print the design if it follows all of our guidelines, in this case it does. Again I do understand the sensitivity of this matter and I absolutely understand your point. The customer is thanking us for the good job we've done with their shirts and our customer service not because we condone the behavior. We know nothing about this customer in any other capacity.
Amy Smith: I will post your response on my blog and let people know.
Amy Smith: I would want to know that a company does not care if they help a convicted felon in prison for raping a child.
Amanda M. : Amy, I sincerely apologize and I absolutely understand your point on this matter. While we do not agree with or condone the behavior in any way the design falls under our guidelines as it does not contain any vulgarities. We do have a legal team that reviews orders for such things as offensive language, vulgar material, etc.
Amy Smith: The name on the shirt, Gregory Raymond Kelley is a convicted felon in prison for raping a 4-year-old boy in Texas.
Amanda M. : I absolutely see where you are coming from. CustomInk is a platform for our customers, we don't feel comfortable determining guilt or innocence and who should or shouldn't be allowed to order shirts for their cause or reason.
Amy Smith: The state of Texas already determined guilt by a jury. He took a sentencing plea deal for 25 years in prison waving his right to appeal.
Amy Smith: I will post all of your responses on my blog.
Amanda M. : Thank you again for expressing your opinion and concern on this matter. I will pass your concern along to our team. I'm sorry that I'm not able to assist with this matter any further.
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