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[link to www.ktla.com]

[link to www.ktla.com]

child rape and bestiality-more MOLOCH and Belial lovers...


disgusting-the perp is grinning like a clown...sickening


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I hope they get the book thrown at them and then to open section in prison-let the prisoners do what they do-many of them have been victimized similarly-


Darrel Wayne Mohler of Silver Springs, Fla., was charged Friday with two counts of rape stemming from 1986.

Court documents say the 72-year-old suspect was charged in Lafayette County, Missouri. Authorities say they don't know where is. It's not immediately clear whether he has an attorney.

Five other members of the Mohler family were charged earlier this week with several felonies, including forcible sodomy, rape with a child younger than 12 and use of a child in a sexual performance.

The others charged include Darrel Mohler's 77-year-old brother, Burrell Edward Mohler Sr. of Independence, and Burrell Edward Mohler's four adult sons.

The allegations - including bestiality, forcing children into fake marriages with relatives and making an 11-year-old have an abortion - date from 1988 to 1995.

The men are being held on cash bonds ranging from $30,000 to $75,000. Their next court hearing is scheduled for Nov. 17.

[link to www.ktla.com]

no rest for the weary until this chit STOPS in it's entirety





lark said when he heard about the charges against the five men his "chin kind of hit the floor."

"As far as I know they have been very upstanding citizens. It's just hard to believe," he said. "But anything is possible in this day and age."

Authorities resumed a search Thursday at a rural property outside Bates City, about 30 miles east of Kansas City, Mo., where members of the Mohler family once lived. They believe they may find a body or bodies and buried glass jars with notes written by children who may have documented sexual abuse.

"There has been an indication that there are body or bodies in numerous locations," Lafayette County Sheriff Kerrick Alumbaugh said Wednesday, although he would not say whose bodies they might be.

Cpl. Bill Lowe of the Missouri State Highway Patrol said Thursday that about 50 law enforcement officials are involved in the case, and that several leads have come in since the arrests Tuesday.

"It's 55 acres, so it's quite a bit of land," Lowe said. "We're still searching the area and doing lead follow-ups. We're getting substantial amount of leads that we need to track down and verify."

Alumbaugh earlier pleaded for the public's help, saying investigators "believe that there are other victims out there" and that the public can provide more information.

"The case has taken 100 turns since our last news conference," Alumbaugh said Thursday. He wouldn't discuss what, if anything, investigators have found on the property, except to say that authorities may have another suspect. He wouldn't elaborate.

On Thursday afternoon, crews dug with a backhoe in front of a garage on the property. The excavation previously had taken place about 200 yards from a house in a wooded area.

Authorities said a 26-year-old woman came forward to investigators in mid-August with allegations of sexual abuse that began in the 1980s and continued until about 1995. A probable cause statement released by the Lafayette County prosecutor's office says five other siblings of the woman have accused all five men of abuse, but it's unclear if all the siblings were claiming to be victims.

"Each of the victims is being interviewed, and we're still collecting all of that," Lowe said Thursday.



this case is going to have much more dirt come out on it-GUARANTEED


hf for all victims, even the ones that do not know they are victims yet...
 
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