Friday, November 2, 2012

Is any creature safe in Kaitaia?


Kaitaia at the top of N.Z isn’t a big place, mustering around 5,000, people that is.   

Sheep and small animals have the sense to avoid the place with good reason.

This small rural town has more sexual deviates per head of population than a Catholic School Conference.

Three cases of men involved in a range of perversions that have made it to court in a little over a month, two with a religious twist (or should that be twisted?) 

CASE ONE:  

In the latest case to make the courts elder and youth leader in the Church of the Latter Day Saints, Daniel Taylor faces 17 charges, including 15 charges of indecent assault, and two of attempted unlawful sexual connection involving four boys.

His legal defence team should employ the age-old Mormon out as championed by the cults  founder Joseph Smith: “God said it was O.K and what God says when he whispers into my ear is gospel”

Mormons have a legacy of child fucking.

A whole state of America was founded so they could fuck multiple under-agers.  

CASE TWO:

Eric Reid, 63, stood down as pastor of the Kaitaia Family Church after two complainants came forward with allegations the old sicko had recorded them without their consent.

Yesterday the deviant pleaded guilty to 25 charges of making intimate visual recordings and 24 charges of possessing intimate visual recordings.

The head of N.Z’s Apostolic Church Bruce Monk said the charges did not relate to members of Reid's congregation.

This is a Family Church after-all.   

They have the photos to prove it.

He said, surprise, surprise Reid had resigned and the church was looking for another pastor.

"We're doing all we can to help Eric and the family so that they can work through what's been a horrible process for them all."  

"It's a horrible situation but you know, we're all human and people have to deal with their frailty. And we don't like it, but it's happened and in the process we want to try and help Eric as much as we can so he can find forgiveness and work through life."

Typical ‘crisis control’ talk from Church leadership who are more interested in their man than the victims.

In the 3rd case in August James Parker, deputy principal of Kaitaia Pamapuria School, admitted 49 charges of sexual offending against boys under 16.

His want to pains to tell the world in a court statement he wasn’t a monster and that his crimes were committed against children he cared about.

I can hear him teaching his class now.

“Today’s word is ‘care’.”

“Can anyone tell me what ‘care’ means?”

“The first one to put their hand up gets to play with Mr Wiggly after class.”

 I’m going straight off to Trip Advisor to place a travel-warning.




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