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Friday, November 22, 2019

Robert Tyrone Hayes Arrested He is the Daytona Beach Serial Killer He is Not Linked to I-4 Serial Murders

Robert Tyrone Hayes Arrested He is the Daytona Beach Serial Killer, Cops Claim He is Not Linked to I-4 Serial Murders. The I-4 Serial Killer is still out there claims the FBI and he uses a .40 caliber Semi Auto handgun, same gun as used by Robert Tyrone Hayes. In March 2006, police questioned Robert Hayes about his .40-caliber Smith & Wesson pistol, which he bought in December 2005 in Daytona Beach. There have been multiple unsolved murders along the I-4 corridor of women since 2005, all shot in the head with a .40 caliber handgun. The FBI Report Highway on violence; In the past four decades, over 500 unsolved deaths and 41 attempted homicides are believed to be linked to serial killers who are using the nation’s highways as truckers to find and dispose of their victims. 33 bodies n Florida, 38 bodies in Texas and 37 bodies in California are the top 3 in the body count nation wide. FBI on Highway Serial Killings Initiative - The Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP) consists of a database and web-based tool available to law enforcement agencies to link homicides, sexual assaults, missing person, and unidentified human remains that may be geographically dispersed, allowing police departments to better coordinate communication and investigative efforts on potentially linked crimes.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (CBS12) — A man charged with killing a woman in Riviera Beach years ago is now facing three additional murder charges in central Florida. Robert Tyrone Hayes, 37, of West Palm Beach, faces a 3-count indictment for first degree murder with a firearm. Robert Hayes is a 37-year-old Florida man charged with the 2016 murder of a woman in Palm Beach County. Hayes is also suspected of being the Daytona Serial Killer, who police believe is responsible for the murders of at least four women in Daytona Beach between 2005 and 2007. Hayes is accused of killing Laquetta Gunther, Julie Green, and Iwana Patton in 2005 and 2006. Investigators said DNA evidence linked Hayes to those murders and to the murder of Rachel Elizabeth Bey of Riviera Beach. Authorities found her naked body near the Beeline Highway and Indiantown Road on March 7, 2016. Bey, 35, had been strangled. The sheriff's office arrested Hayes in September 2019. Investigators said a fifth killing, that of 30-year-old Stacey Gage, remains open. The four Daytona victims were all fatally shot with a .40 caliber firearm, according to police. DNA found on Rachel Bey, 32, broke the case for Daytona Beach police as the genetic composition found on the South Florida woman also matched DNA found on two Daytona Beach murder victims, Laquetta Gunther, 45, and Julie Green, 34. Hayes was not thought to be the suspect, even though he was interviewed twice early in the investigation because he had recently purchased a .40-caliber Smith & Wesson. According to the FBI, the four killings are among 28 in Florida that are unsolved and connected to serial killings that the bureau suspects were committed by long-haul truckers. Those include 19 deaths along the Interstate 4 corridor between Tampa and Daytona Beach, although all but one local law-enforcement agency denies any serial-killer cases on its books.

A long-haul truck driver might just have the “best” job, according to the FBI to cover his tracks as a serial killer..“They’re extremely difficult to track down and the mobility of their occupation allows them access to so many different areas of victim selection and then victim release locations,” says FBI Crime Analyst Christie Palazzolo. Michael Arntfield, a criminologist at Western University in Ontario and expert on serial killers, agrees with the FBI’s truck-driver theory. Arntfield says a sizable proportion of uncaught serial killers are most likely people traveling the roads extensively for work. A long-haul truck driver provides anonymity, a perfect excuse for being out at all hours, limited supervision and “access to a stocked pond of victims in every city,” he tells A&E Real Crime. “You can operate in ways that wouldn’t be inherently suspicious.”

 
Why is it so easy for long-haul truck drivers to get away with violent crimes? A&E 'The Killing Season' A Killer on the Road Episode 6, Josh and Rachel venture across the country to investigate long haul truckers moonlighting as serial killers after contacting private instigator Bill Warner and uncover systemic failures of law enforcement that kept the group at large. After private investigator Bill Warner's alarming revelation that there exists long haul truckers moonlighting as serial killers terrorizing America’s interstate system, Josh and Rachel begin a cross-country journey to research these killers on wheels. While hitchhiking, the filmmakers encounter women who work truck stops, despairingly referred to as “lot lizards,” and hear first hand accounts of the dangers they experience everyday. At least 10 serial killers, all of them long-haul truckers accused of murdering more than 30 women, have been behind bars since 2004.


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Thursday, November 21, 2019

Spartanburg Man Stanley Mossburg “Wanted to be a Serial Killer” at Least 3 Dead He Got his Wish in Winter Haven Fl

Spartanburg Man Stanley Mossburg “Wanted to be a Serial Killer” at Least 3 Dead He Got his Wish in Winter Haven Fl. Seems like these violent sadistic killers always end up in Florida. Stanley Eric Mossburg, 35, was arrested after allegedly killing at least three people in Tennessee and Florida in what appear to be random attacks. The man’s statements to reporters after his arrest, in which he described himself as a prophet and said his victims had been chosen by God to fight in a war between “angels and demons,” suggest a motive complicated by delusions and possible mental illness. “He said he likes killing people,” said Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd in a statement Tuesday. The alleged murder rampage began Oct. 2 in Greeneville, Tenn., where police found Christopher Scott Short lying in a pool of his own blood behind a laundromat. Security footage showed a man, allegedly Mossburg, force Short into the building’s bathroom at gunpoint, the Florida sheriff who arrested him said at a news conference Tuesday. The pair emerged after Scott had been bound, and walked to the back of the laundromat. Judd said the Tennessee man died from stab wounds.The tattoo-heavy Mossburg, nicknamed “Woo Woo,” had been arrested for nonviolent crimes in his South Carolina hometown in the past, Judd said.

Judd said at Tuesday’s news conference that Mossburg tied up a man and a woman living inside the home. A third roommate came home from work around 10:30 p.m. Sunday, the Polk County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release. For more than 14 hours, he allegedly trapped his victims, tied to chairs and restrained inside different rooms in the house. The third roommate, who survived the attack, told police the woman he lived with had been alive when he arrived home. She told him “just do what he says and he won’t hurt you.” Mossburg allegedly told the man he’d killed the other man who lived in the house in the master bedroom. Then, the victim said the intruder bound his hands with computer cords inside the home’s office. He allegedly murdered the woman later in the night. Both victims who died had been stabbed. “I’m doing what God tells me to do. Y’all will see God and there’s going to be an angels-and-demons fight from God,” he said, WFTS reported. He told reporters he was “a prophet, not a serial killer” and claimed he’d killed the victims because “God needed them.” Law enforcement officials said Tuesday that Mossburg told the surviving Winter Haven victim that his roommates were his seventh and eighth victims, but there’s no evidence so far to support the claim he killed anyone else. Mossburg allegedly said he wanted to kill 11 people. 
"He slashed and murdered both victims," Judd said. "He slashed and murdered the victim in Tennessee."

WKMG ORLANDO FL WRITES, Florida has been plagued by many notorious serial murders. While not all of the killers originated in the Sunshine State they did, unfortunately, kill victims here along their deadly paths. According to Radford and FGCU research, Florida is third in the U.S. with the most people murdered by serial killers. California was No.1 and Texas came in second. Here's a look at the most notorious serial killers with ties to Florida, and the unknown I-4 serial killer;
1). Samuel Little, now 79, was sentenced in 2014 to three consecutive life sentences with no possibility of parole for killing 90 people.
2). Ted Bundy, the FBI says that while a manhunt was underway, Bundy killed two sorority girls and injured two others at Florida State University on Jan. 14, 1978. A fifth student who lived a few blocks away from the university was also attacked and survived.
3). Danny Rolling, Gainesville ripper, Rolling's killing spree began on Aug. 24, 1990, shortly after the start of the University of Florida's fall semester. Rolling was arrested in Ocala on Sept. 7, 1990, on an unrelated burglary charge and as authorities were investigating, they were able to identify him as the Gainesville Ripper, a moniker developed based on the way the victims were bound, mutilated and posed.
4). Gary Ray Bowles, the I-95 killer, Bowles was recently executed in Florida for killing Walter Hinton in Jacksonville Beach in 1994. However, investigators say Bowles had more victims as he preyed on older gay men during a rampage 25 years ago. Hinton was one of the six known killings that terrorized the I-95 corridor in 1994 and earned Bowles the nickname of the "I-95 killer."
 

5). I-4 Serial Killer UNKNOWN: ORLANDO SENTINEL WRITES, Are 19 slayings along I-4 the work of serial killers? According to the FBI, the four killings are among 28 in Florida that are unsolved and connected to serial killings that the bureau suspects were committed by long-haul truckers. Those include 19 deaths along the Interstate 4 corridor between Tampa and Daytona Beach, although all but one local law-enforcement agency denies any serial-killer cases on its books.



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Tuesday, November 19, 2019

B.T.K. Bind, Torture, Kill Was Sarasota John Waterman following playbook of BTK Killer Dennis Rader?

B.T.K. Bind, Torture, Kill. Dennis Rader was a Serial Killer known as BTK Strangler or BTK Killer. BTK serial killer Dennis Rader would admit that from a very young age, he developed fantasies about the bondage, torture and killing of women. He also admitted to killing and hanging small animals as a child, but he kept this life hidden from everyone that knew him. All of those close to BTK Rader described him as "normal," "polite," and "well mannered," but he would "troll" for women to look at and fantasized about torturing and killing them. BTK Rader would walk around certain neighborhoods he observed women in particular and fantasized about bondage and death. BTK Rader made his first kill when he was 29 in 1974 and his last kill was in January 1991 all of which were will publicized. BTK Rader was a sadistic sociopath who took pleasure from another human's pain and the control he had over his victims. Sarasota BTK John Waterman would walk around certain neighborhoods, like Hudson Bayou, he observed women in particular and fantasized about bondage and death. Sarasota BTK John Waterman caught and tortured pigeons by drowning them. Sarasota BTK John Waterman aka John Benson TATTOO RIGHT ARM NOEL AND TWO FISTS WITH CHAIN. Sarasota BTK John Waterman kept ropes in the trunk of his car and had more at home on Loma Linda St. Sarasota BTK John Waterman attacked a neighbor woman, a 31-year-old single mother on Loma Linda St in 1990, she awoke to find Waterman wearing a mask and hovering over her with a knife to her throat before she was raped. Sarasota BTK John Waterman bound, tortured and killed Jackie Galloway in June 1991, she was strangled. John Waterman was stalking a potential third victim on Loma Linda St in July of 1991 when he was caught by Detective Don Wenger of the Sarasota County Sheriff Dept who just happened to also live on Loma Linda St. Was Sarasota John Waterman following the playbook of BTK Serial Killer Dennis Rader?

Known as the 'BTK killer,' Dennis Rader murdered 10 people in the Wichita, Kansas, area from 1974 to 1991, often leaving clues to taunt authorities,
“BTK” stands for “Bind, Torture, Kill”. Sarasota BTK John Waterman in Sarasota Bound Tortured and Killed Jackie Galloway in 1991. BTK Rader also exhibited zoosadism by torturing, killing and hanging small animals, just like BTK John Waterman drowning pigeons in Sarasota. BTK Rader would often spy on female neighbors just like BTK John Waterman did in Sarasota. BTK Rader killed his neighbor Marine Hedge on April 27, 1985. Her body was found days later on the side of the road. Just like the 1991 murder of Jackie Galloway by her next door neighbor BTK John Waterman in Sarasota. The following year, BTK Rader killed Vicki Wegerle in her home. BTK Rader's final known victim, Dolores Davis, was taken from her home on January 19, 1991. BTK John Waterman took Jackie Galloway from her home on June 12, 1991 and bound, tortured, and killed her. BTK Rader would describe the sexual thrill he got from torturing victims. He wrote that he brought some victims to the brink of death. Then he gave them some air. Then he strangled them again. Just like the strangulation murder of Jackie Galloway by BTK John Waterman in Sarasota.

Read more here: https://www.kansas.com/news/special-reports/btk/article225082655.html#storylink=cpy

    PHOTO CREDIT Jackie Galloway Acey Harper/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty
PEOPLE MAGAZINE WROTE: The story of Jackie Galloway — who suddenly disappeared in 1991 from her apartment in Sarasota, Florida — is equally a mystery and tragedy: While police quickly discovered her body, bound, tortured and bloody, it took them much longer to locate her killer and his motive. The investigation, which is the focus of an episode of People Magazine Investigates airing on Investigation Discovery, featured a shifting cast of possible suspects; evidence of horrific violence; a speculative link to the Gainesville Ripper serial killer, who murdered college students not far away; and a curious connection to the Patricia Cornwell thriller Post-Mortem about a killer called “Mr. Nobody.” Four woman had nothing in common, except Mr. Nobody, the serial killer that strangled them without leaving any clues. And at the center of it all was Jackie Galloway, a social butterfly who fell victim to what one close friend calls “pure evil.” John Waterman's DOB 5-6-66 indicates the sign of the Devil 666, just sayin.
Sarasota's BTK: Nightmare on Loma Linda Street Jackie Galloway Raped and Murdered by Next Door Neighbor John Waterman Who Was Just Getting Started. During the Summer of 1991 Sarasota's BTK (Bind Torture Kill) John Waterman was just getting started with his reign of terror in the 1800 block of Loma Linda Street, he had already raped two young women and murdered one of them in June of 1991 after stalking her. John Waterman was stalking a potential third victim on Loma Linda St in July of 1991 when he was caught by Detective Don Wenger of the Sarasota County Sheriff Dept who just happened to also live on Loma Linda St. John Waterman raped, bound, tortured and killed Jackie Galloway on June 12, 1991 in Sarasota Fl. John Waterman's next-door neighbor on Loma Linda St Jackie Galloway, in the city of Sarasota, was found murdered on June 13, 1991.
   photo credit A&E The Killing Season 6 part series.
Jackie Galloway's body, wrapped in a bedsheet and bound around the neck, waist, and ankles with traverse curtain rod cord bearing a unique knot, was dumped in a rural section of eastern Sarasota County. There was a ligature around her neck also and ligature marks on her wrists. After inspecting her apartment, which was open and undisturbed, Sarasota Police Dept. and Sarasota County Sheriff's detectives theorized that the murderer was someone close by, a stalker, or someone who knew about her activities (her body found in Sarasota County, she lived in the City of Sarasota). Because black, gray, and silver fibers similar to car trunk lining or auto carpeting were found on the body, but few fibers of any kind were found on the bedsheet in which the body was wrapped, the detectives further theorized that the body was transported in two different cars.
BTK, Bind-Torture-Kill, Dennis Lynn Rader (born March 9, 1945) is an American serial killer who murdered ten people in Sedgwick County (in and around Wichita, Kansas), between 1974 and 1991. He was known as the BTK killer (or the BTK strangler). “BTK” stands for “Bind, Torture, Kill”, which was his famous signature. BTK Dennis Rader served on both the Sedgwick County’s Board of Zoning Appeals and the Animal Control Advisory Board (appointed in 1996 and resigned in 1998). He was also a member of Christ Lutheran Church, a Lutheran congregation of about 200 people, near his former high school. He had been a member for about 30 years and had been elected president of the Congregation Council. He was also a Cub Scout leader. OUTWARDLY HE LOOKED AND ACTED NORMAL. Psychologists who interviewed Sarasota’s John Waterman labeled him a low- to moderate- risk for re-offending. He had no prior criminal history. And there was no evidence of sexual violence in the murder, meaning that Waterman has only one conviction for a sexually violent crime.  OUTWARDLY HE LOOKED AND ACTED NORMAL
Every year in May or June, since June of 2011, serial rapist and murderer John Waterman comes up for evaluation for release from being held in the Sexually Violent Predator Treatment Center in Arcadia Fl for the June 1991 rape, torture and murder of Jackie Galloway in the 1800 block of Loma Linda St Sarasota Fl. When Jackie Galloway was found dead it was horrifying to view the sight of her fingers: her false nails had all been torn off and a drapery cord tied around her neck, leaving nothing but the raw cuticles on her fingers. "ANNUAL NOTICE OF RIGHT TO CLINICAL EXAMINATION AND RIGHT TO PETITION FOR RELEASE JOHN WATERMAN." Residents of Hudson Bayou thought John Waterman, then 28 years old in 1991, would serve a virtual life sentence when he pleaded no contest and was given a 45-year term. But because he was sentenced before tougher Florida laws took effect, he was to be released after only 20 years in prison and Waterman's closest relatives still live on Loma Linda Street. John Waterman worked at Bay Plaza parking cars in 1991. He quickly earned a reputation among fellow employees as a man with some unsettling habits. “He gave me the willies,” says another valet at the complex. He says that John Waterman once brandished a gun at a fellow employee, he liked to carry knives and enjoyed capturing pigeons and drowning them. There still remains the outside possibility that some year an ACLU criminal defense attorney will come along and claim John Waterman's civil rights are being violated and he is going to be declared CURED and released from the Sexually Violent Predator Treatment Center in Arcadia Fl, it is a civil commitment, not criminal, and he will return to Loma Linda St. Sex offenders are never CURED and John Waterman exhibited all the characteristics of a serial killer, just like Dennis Rader. 
The Florida Civil Commitment Center 13619 FL-SR 70, Arcadia, FL is a civil commitment, not criminal, if John Waterman is ever released will he return to Loma Linda St? The Florida Civil Commitment Center is about an 1 hour drive from Sarasota Fl, just head East on Fruitville Rd, is is a straight shot to Arcadia on SR 70. "Here in this former prison, amid the drowsy cattle pastures an hour inland of Sarasota, convicted child molesters, rapists, sadists and other "sexually violent predators" undergo specialized treatment. Their prison sentences completed, they've been ordered here under the Jimmy Ryce Act to learn to suppress their deviant fantasies, to control themselves, to prepare for a safe return to society. Many defense lawyers, therapists and civil-liberties groups (ACLU) say the $34 million-a-year commitment center has no real rehabilitation goals and strives simply to keep sex offenders who have already served their prison sentences locked up forever.That normally wouldn't be tolerated, but people don't care about the civil rights of sex offenders. ACLU critics say how those confined violates protection against double jeopardy -- penalizing someone twice for the same crime". Sex offenders are never CURED and John Waterman exhibited all the characteristics of a serial killer. John Waterman needs to never be released from confinement, he is currently 53 years old, prime time for psychopath serial killers.
John Waterman has had the same attorney since he was confined to the Florida Civil Commitment Center, Arcadia, FL in 2011. Some of the people assigned to evaluate him think he should not be there, this is a big problem, see above. Fortunately 2 other Psychologists felt Waterman should be in FCCC. Waterman's attorney continues to work diligently to get him and other dirtbags back out onto the street and out of FCCC. As a Public Defender, Jeanine was responsible for all the Involuntary Civil Commitment of Sexually Violent Predator cases in Hillsborough County. She was the first attorney to argue an Involuntary Civil Commitment of Sexually Violent Predator issue to the Florida Supreme Court, and she won. Jeanine has been a guest speaker multiple times on various criminal defense and Civil Commitment issues.  Jeanine has been a guest speaker for the Public Defenders Association, Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors, the Florida Bar, and was one of the first attorneys in the state of Florida to give a seminar on Civil Commitment of Sexually Violent Predators Act to sitting judges.


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Monday, November 18, 2019

Violent Sex Offenders Troy Alan Wagner & John Waterman Typical of Men at Florida Civil Commitment Center Arcadia Fl, ACLU Wants Investigation of Civil Rights Violations.

Violent Sex Offenders Troy Alan Wagner & John Waterman Typical of Men at Florida Civil Commitment Center Arcadia Fl, ACLU Wants Investigation of Civil Rights Violations. Escambia County sex crime convict Troy Alan Wagner, 42, will be indefinitely confined in the Florida Civil Commitment Center a mental health and correctional facility that houses sex offenders according to the State Attorney's Office. A man convicted of kidnapping, sexually battering a minor and failing to register as a sexual predator in 2001 in Escambia County was deemed a sexually violent predator under Florida's Jimmy Ryce Law by an Escambia County Jury early this year. As a result, Troy Alan Wagner, 42, will be indefinitely confined in the Florida Civil Commitment Center — a mental health and correctional facility that houses sex offenders — according to the State Attorney's Office. Wagner will receive extensive sex offender treatment while being housed at the commitment center after a jury in Pensacola recently heard testimony about Wagner’s prior sexually motivated convictions. Those convictions included indecent exposure in front of a person 14 or 15 years old; attempted molestation of a person under 12 years of age; calling a person under 12 years of age from jail and talking about having sex with them; and trapping a person aged 12 to 16 in a public restroom and attempting to rape them at knife-point. He was in prison serving a 21-year sentence for his most recent sexually motivated offenses at the time his case was tried that included kidnapping. Wagner has prior sex offense convictions in Ohio in 1997 and Tennessee in 1999, according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. John Waterman was a serial killer in training, besides raping and killing Jackie Galloway he liked to capture pigeons and drown them, he enjoyed watching people and animals suffer before they died, a true psychopath.

What will happen if paralegal Michael Barfield, who is an ex-convict, and a ACLU criminal defense attorney for the Sarasota ACLU want to get involved with John Waterman's case and file petitions to the Court, even take the case out of Sarasota County Court and file it in Federal Court, Middle District of Florida Tampa, claiming John Waterman's civil rights are being violated, he did his time let him go, bull crap! Despite receiving a state award for cost effectiveness, some national civil liberties groups (ACLU) say the Florida Civil Commitment Center is on their radar because it’s being run under $272 million contract by a for-profit company – one with a criticized performance record and a purported conflict of incentives. ACLU Prisoners' Rights, The National Prison Project is dedicated to ensuring that our nation's prisons, jails, and detention centers comply with the Constitution, domestic law, and human rights principles. The Florida Civil Commitment Center, located at 13619 SE Highway 70, Arcadia, Florida, is a mental health correctional facility which houses violent sex offenders civilly committed. The site is that of the former DeSoto Correctional Work Camp, adjacent to the DeSoto Correctional Institution. It is operated by Correct Care, a private company. 
The Florida Department of Children and Families, which runs Florida Civil Commitment Center, said it has since taken steps to correct staffing and overcrowding. Prison Legal news writes, Florida’s Civil Commitment Center in Arcadia Fl is a “Living Death Sentence”. “This is the worst place that society puts the worst of the worst,” said a convicted sex offender, who asked only to be identified as “Mike.” Under Florida law, upon completion of a jail or prison sentence for any crime, a person who previously committed a sexual offense may be considered for civil commitment under the Jimmy Ryce Act. “It was like walking into a war zone,” Jared Lamantia, one of the visiting workers who signed a memorandum, recalled in an interview. “The residents in that place ran the whole facility.” According to state officials, the Florida Civil Commitment Center (FCCC), which holds up to 720 residents billed as the worst sexual predators in the state, is necessary to ensure public safety, this where Sarasota rapist and murderer John Waterman is held. “I saw guys that were in there eight, nine, ten years and never saw the inside of a courtroom, and if the state has their way about it, they won’t,” said a former FCCC resident identified only as David, who spent 4½ years at FCCC. “Everything they’re doing, based upon what I know about the law, is violating every constitutional right.” According to David, the FCCC experience is tough. “It’s like a living death sentence,” he stated. “You just function from one day to the next.”No support is available from any government agency for those released. One resident being released asked where he should go, and said he was told, "Go buy a tent and live in the woods with the rest of the sex offenders."
Civil liberties groups (ACLU) say the Florida Civil Commitment Center in Arcadia is on their radar because it's being run by a company with a criticized performance record and a purported conflict of incentives. John Waterman from Sarasota Fl is a detainee at the Florida Civil Commitment Center (FCCC), a for-profit facility that houses sex offenders involuntarily committed under Florida’s Involuntary Civil Commitment of Sexually Violent Predators Act. John Waterman is not a prisoner; like the other roughly 600 residents of FCCC, he has already served out his prison sentence. Instead, John Waterman is involuntarily committed because the State has determined that he is a “sexually violent predator” likely to engage in future “acts of sexual violence if not confined in a secure facility for long-term control, care, and treatment.” The men held at the Florida Civil Commitment Center have been described as the "worst of the worst." Up to 720 of them can be held at the facility. Records from the state show the facility has been understaffed, with undertrained staff, running the program where most detainees are released before completing the full treatment regimen. It is not a prison, but it looks similar to one from the outside and from the sky. The men inside have all been considered so dangerous they weren't allowed back into society after their prison sentences ended. So they were committed by the state - involuntarily and indefinitely - at the Florida Civil Commitment Center.
These are all men who were convicted of a sexually violent offense and suffer from a mental abnormality or personality disorder. They have been referred for the program and are considered likely to commit another violent sex crime. They're committed through court and a jury. The Arcadia program is not just the only one of its kind run by a for-profit company in the entire nation - it's also apparently the largest program of its kind. With 20 states committing people deemed violent sexual offenders - Florida has the most committed, according to a study from the state of California, which takes second place. Geo has also made headlines elsewhere recently for misspending millions in a troubled prison it runs, according to an April report on a Department of Justice audit. The Virginia ACLU called privatizing civil commitment of sex offendersunwise. "Unlike state-run facilities, the bottom line for for-profit prisons is to make money, and the best way to do that is to cut costs," according to a release from the Virginia ACLU. "Studies show that private facilities, for example, have higher staff turnover, less experienced staff, and often fewer staff than state facilities." The Florida ACLU did not respond to our requests for comment.
The Florida Civil Commitment Center recently made headlines when a man being held there was sent back to prison for 100 years after he was found with numerous images of child pornography on a flash drive and an MP3 player. No one from Correct Care would tell us exactly how this happened. Kanner said she has not asked specifically about how it happened but it is not surprising to her that it did. "This is not a glaring problem at the center," said Kanner. "I don't think anything having to do with their staffing had anything to do with it." There was also an escape from the Arcadia center in 2008. No one ever said how Bruce A. Young got out (he died in confinement) - but he was ultimately captured within a week. From 2004 to 2009, DCF was sued in a federal class action lawsuit alleging unconstitutional conditions of confinement at the facility. The suit was settled and dismissed in 2009 because the conditions and treatment opportunities improved. Under a contract, the state pays a daily rate of $102.28 to Correct Care for up to 680 residents - that's in addition to $18,333 per month for additional clinical therapists. It costs $49.49 per day for an inmate in a Florida prison. The program began in the Martin Treatment Center and was mostly run by Liberty Behavioral Health Care. At that time, GEO was still involved - holding sexually violent predator detainees awaiting commitment proceedings in a unit of the South Bay Correctional Facility. In 2000, a move was made to Arcadia, under the contract with Liberty Behavioral Health. There were reports of lax security that ended in violence, the introduction of contraband and disorder inside. In 2004, inmates moved into the yard and lived there for months until they were forcibly removed by hundreds of officers. After that, DCF terminated its contract with Liberty and entered into a new one with GEO in 2006.
The Florida Civil Commitment Center 13619 FL-SR 70, Arcadia, FL is a civil commitment, not criminal, if John Waterman is ever released will he return to Loma Linda StThe Florida Civil Commitment Center is about an 1 hour drive from Sarasota Fl, just head East on Fruitville Rd, is is a straight shot to Arcadia on SR 70. "Here in this former prison, amid the drowsy cattle pastures an hour inland of Sarasota, convicted child molesters, rapists, sadists and other "sexually violent predators" undergo specialized treatment. Their prison sentences completed, they've been ordered here under the Jimmy Ryce Act to learn to suppress their deviant fantasies, to control themselves, to prepare for a safe return to society. Many defense lawyers, therapists and civil-liberties groups (ACLU) say the $34 million-a-year commitment center has no real rehabilitation goals and strives simply to keep sex offenders who have already served their prison sentences locked up forever.That normally wouldn't be tolerated, but people don't care about the civil rights of sex offenders. ACLU critics say how those confined violates protection against double jeopardy -- penalizing someone twice for the same crime". Sex offenders are never CURED and John Waterman exhibited all the characteristics of a serial killer. John Waterman needs to never be released from confinement, he is currently 53 years old, prime time for psychopath serial killers. 
Every year in May or June, since June of 2011, serial rapist and murderer John Waterman comes up for evaluation for release from being held in the Sexually Violent Predator Treatment Center in Arcadia Fl for the June 1991 rape, torture and murder of Jackie Galloway in the 1800 block of Loma Linda St Sarasota Fl. When Jackie Galloway was found dead it was horrifying to view the sight of her fingers: her false nails had all been torn off and a drapery cord tied around her neck, leaving nothing but the raw cuticles on her fingers. "ANNUAL NOTICE OF RIGHT TO CLINICAL EXAMINATION AND RIGHT TO PETITION FOR RELEASE JOHN WATERMAN." Residents of Hudson Bayou thought John Waterman, then 28 years old in 1991, would serve a virtual life sentence when he pleaded no contest and was given a 45-year term. But because he was sentenced before tougher Florida laws took effect, he was to be released after only 20 years in prison and Waterman's closest relatives still live on Loma Linda Street. John Waterman worked at Bay Plaza parking cars in 1991. He quickly earned a reputation among fellow employees as a man with some unsettling habits. “He gave me the willies,” says another valet at the complex. He says that John Waterman once brandished a gun at a fellow employee, he liked to carry knives and enjoyed capturing pigeons and drowning them. There still remains the outside possibility that some year an ACLU criminal defense attorney will come along and claim John Waterman's civil rights are being violated and he is going to be declared CURED and released from the Sexually Violent Predator Treatment Center in Arcadia Fl, it is a civil commitment, not criminal, and he will return to Loma Linda St. Sex offenders are never CURED and John Waterman exhibited all the characteristics of a serial killer, just like Dennis Rader. 

Known as the 'BTK killer,' Dennis Rader murdered 10 people in the Wichita, Kansas, area from 1974 to 1991, often leaving clues to taunt authorities,
“BTK” stands for “Bind, Torture, Kill”. BTK John Waterman in Sarasota Bound Tortured and Killed Jackie Galloway in 1991. BTK Rader also exhibited zoosadism by torturing, killing and hanging small animals, just like BTK John Waterman drowning pigeons in Sarasota. BTK Rader would often spy on female neighbors just like BTK John Waterman did in Sarasota. BTK Rader killed his neighbor Marine Hedge on April 27, 1985. Her body was found days later on the side of the road. Just like the 1991 murder of Jackie Galloway by her next door neighbor BTK John Waterman in Sarasota. The following year, BTK Rader killed Vicki Wegerle in her home. BTK Rader's final known victim, Dolores Davis, was taken from her home on January 19, 1991. BTK John Waterman took Jackie Galloway from her home on June 12, 1991 and bound, tortured, and killed her. BTK Rader would describe the sexual thrill he got from torturing victims. He wrote that he brought some victims to the brink of death. Then he gave them some air. Then he strangled them again. Just like the strangulation murder of Jackie Galloway by BTK John Waterman in Sarasota.
B.T.K. Bind, Torture, Kill. Dennis Rader was a Serial Killer known as BTK Strangler or BTK Killer. BTK serial killer Dennis Rader would admit that from a very young age, he developed fantasies about the bondage, torture and killing of women. He also admitted to killing and hanging small animals as a child, but he kept this life hidden from everyone that knew him. All of those close to BTK Rader described him as "normal," "polite," and "well mannered," but he would "troll" for women to look at and fantasized about torturing and killing them. BTK Rader would walk around certain neighborhoods he observed women in particular and fantasized about bondage and death. BTK Rader made his first kill when he was 29 in 1974 and his last kill was in January 1991 all of which were will publicized. BTK Rader was a sadistic sociopath who took pleasure from another human's pain and the control he had over his victims. Sarasota BTK John Waterman would walk around certain neighborhoods, like Hudson Bayou, he observed women in particular and fantasized about bondage and death. Sarasota BTK John Waterman caught and tortured pigeons by drowning them. Sarasota BTK John Waterman aka John Benson TATTOO RIGHT ARM NOEL AND TWO FISTS WITH CHAIN. Sarasota BTK John Waterman kept ropes in the trunk of his car and had more at home on Loma Linda St. Sarasota BTK John Waterman attacked a neighbor woman, a 31-year-old single mother on Loma Linda St in 1990, she awoke to find Waterman wearing a mask and hovering over her with a knife to her throat before she was raped. Sarasota BTK John Waterman bound, tortured and killed Jackie Galloway in June 1991, she was strangled. John Waterman was stalking a potential third victim on Loma Linda St in July of 1991 when he was caught by Detective Don Wenger of the Sarasota County Sheriff Dept who just happened to also live on Loma Linda St. Was Sarasota John Waterman following the playbook of BTK Serial Killer Dennis Rader?

Read more here: https://www.kansas.com/news/special-reports/btk/article225082655.html#storylink=cpy

    PHOTO CREDIT Jackie Galloway Acey Harper/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty
PEOPLE MAGAZINE WROTE: The story of Jackie Galloway — who suddenly disappeared in 1991 from her apartment in Sarasota, Florida — is equally a mystery and tragedy: While police quickly discovered her body, bound, tortured and bloody, it took them much longer to locate her killer and his motive. The investigation, which is the focus of an episode of People Magazine Investigates airing on Investigation Discovery, featured a shifting cast of possible suspects; evidence of horrific violence; a speculative link to the Gainesville Ripper serial killer, who murdered college students not far away; and a curious connection to the Patricia Cornwell thriller Post-Mortem about a killer called “Mr. Nobody.” Four woman had nothing in common, except Mr. Nobody, the serial killer that strangled them without leaving any clues. And at the center of it all was Jackie Galloway, a social butterfly who fell victim to what one close friend calls “pure evil.” John Waterman's DOB 5-6-66 indicates the sign of the Devil 666, just sayin.
Sarasota's BTK: Nightmare on Loma Linda Street Jackie Galloway Raped and Murdered by Next Door Neighbor John Waterman Who Was Just Getting Started. During the Summer of 1991 Sarasota's BTK (Bind Torture Kill) John Waterman was just getting started with his reign of terror in the 1800 block of Loma Linda Street, he had already raped two young women and murdered one of them in June of 1991 after stalking her. John Waterman was stalking a potential third victim on Loma Linda St in July of 1991 when he was caught by Detective Don Wenger of the Sarasota County Sheriff Dept who just happened to also live on Loma Linda St. John Waterman raped, bound, tortured and killed Jackie Galloway on June 12, 1991 in Sarasota Fl. John Waterman's next-door neighbor on Loma Linda St Jackie Galloway, in the city of Sarasota, was found murdered on June 13, 1991. 


   photo credit A&E The Killing Season 6 part series.
Jackie Galloway's body, wrapped in a bedsheet and bound around the neck, waist, and ankles with traverse curtain rod cord bearing a unique knot, was dumped in a rural section of eastern Sarasota County. There was a ligature around her neck also and ligature marks on her wrists. After inspecting her apartment, which was open and undisturbed, Sarasota Police Dept. and Sarasota County Sheriff's detectives theorized that the murderer was someone close by, a stalker, or someone who knew about her activities (her body found in Sarasota County, she lived in the City of Sarasota). Because black, gray, and silver fibers similar to car trunk lining or auto carpeting were found on the body, but few fibers of any kind were found on the bedsheet in which the body was wrapped, the detectives further theorized that the body was transported in two different cars.
BTK, Bind-Torture-Kill, Dennis Lynn Rader (born March 9, 1945) is an American serial killer who murdered ten people in Sedgwick County (in and around Wichita, Kansas), between 1974 and 1991. He was known as the BTK killer (or the BTK strangler). “BTK” stands for “Bind, Torture, Kill”, which was his famous signature. BTK Dennis Rader served on both the Sedgwick County’s Board of Zoning Appeals and the Animal Control Advisory Board (appointed in 1996 and resigned in 1998). He was also a member of Christ Lutheran Church, a Lutheran congregation of about 200 people, near his former high school. He had been a member for about 30 years and had been elected president of the Congregation Council. He was also a Cub Scout leader. OUTWARDLY HE LOOKED AND ACTED NORMAL. Psychologists who interviewed Sarasota’s John Waterman labeled him a low- to moderate- risk for re-offending. He had no prior criminal history. And there was no evidence of sexual violence in the murder, meaning that Waterman has only one conviction for a sexually violent crime.  OUTWARDLY HE LOOKED AND ACTED NORMAL.
John Waterman has had the same attorney since he was confined to the Florida Civil Commitment Center, Arcadia, FL in 2011. Some of the people assigned to evaluate him think he should not be there, this is a big problem, see above. Fortunately 2 other Psychologists felt Waterman should be in FCCC. Waterman's attorney continues to work diligently to get him and other dirtbags back out onto the street and out of FCCC. As a Public Defender, Jeanine was responsible for all the Involuntary Civil Commitment of Sexually Violent Predator cases in Hillsborough County. She was the first attorney to argue an Involuntary Civil Commitment of Sexually Violent Predator issue to the Florida Supreme Court, and she won. Jeanine has been a guest speaker multiple times on various criminal defense and Civil Commitment issues.  Jeanine has been a guest speaker for the Public Defenders Association, Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors, the Florida Bar, and was one of the first attorneys in the state of Florida to give a seminar on Civil Commitment of Sexually Violent Predators Act to sitting judges.

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Sunday, November 17, 2019

ATLANTA CENTBOM HERO RICHARD JEWELL NAMED SUSPECT BY JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION BECOME FBI PERSON OF INTEREST VIA FAKE NEWS, ERIC RUDOLPH WAS REAL BOMBER

ATLANTA CENTBOM HERO RICHARD JEWELL NAMED SUSPECT BY JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION BECOME FBI PERSON OF INTEREST VIA FAKE NEWS, ERIC RUDOLPH WAS REAL BOMBER. ATLANTA CENTBOM—The biggest hero of the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta won no medals, broke no records and signed no endorsement deals. It was neither a lithe sprinter nor a limber gymnast. He was a 33-year-old security guard on temporary hire who lived with his mother.
The name of Richard Allensworth Jewell will forever endure in Olympic lore for the early morning of 27 July 1996, when he spotted an unattended green backpack beneath a light and sound tower at Centennial Olympic Park, the designated town square of the Atlanta Games. Security guard Richard Jewell was initially hailed as a hero for spotting a suspicious backpack and moving people out of harm’s way just before a bomb exploded, killing one and injuring 111 others. But within days, he was named as a suspect in the blast by 'The Atlanta Journal-Constitution'.
Six years later Eric Rudolph, a former US Army explosives expert, was convicted of the bombing – and the bombing of three abortion clinics across the south and – sentenced to four life terms without the possibility of parole at Colorado’s ADX Florence supermax prison. Though eventually cleared in the 1996 Centennial Olympic Park bombing, Richard Jewell, who was found dead Wednesday, August 29, 2007, he was only 44, he never recovered from the shame of being wrongly linked to the bombing in the news media. Finally, a year ago, he was again hailed as a hero. Gov. Sonny Perdue commended Jewell at a bombing anniversary event. “This is what I think is the right thing to do,” Perdue declared as he handed a certificate to Jewell. Jewell said: “I never expected this day to ever happen. I’m just glad that it did.” It was one of his last good days. Jewell, who had diabetes and kidney problems and was recently on dialysis, was found dead in his west Georgia home.  
    PHOTO CREDIT NY TIMES Greg Gibson/Associated Press, 1997
The saga of Olympic Park hero Richard Jewell remains a painful testament to what happens when a lone individual confronts the American Goliaths of law enforcement and media. Jewell was the security guard who first noticed the explosive-filled pack in Centennial Olympic Park during the 1996 Games. He alerted a Georgia Bureau of Investigation agent and helped herd hundreds of people to safety — only to be treated as the FBI’s prime suspect and broadcast as a terrorist worldwide. Two deaths were attributed to the explosion. How many more would have been killed if Jewell hadn’t been on the alert?
As recently, 2016, Jewell was working as a sheriff’s deputy in west Georgia. He also gave speeches to college journalism classes about his experience. For two days after the July 27, 1996, bombing, Jewell was hailed as a hero for shepherding people away from the suspicious backpack. But on the third day, an unattributed report in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution described him as “the focus” of the investigation. The Journal had in publishing, without attribution, that Jewell “fits the profile of the lone bomber.”
MOVIE RELEASE DECEMBER 2019l “Richard Jewell,” previously titled “The Ballad of Richard Jewell,” is a December release movie based on the true story of a security guard who was falsely accused in the bombing that took place at Atlanta’s Centennial Park during the 1996 Summer Olympics, the movies is directed by Clint Eastwood.
(AOG) ARMY OF GOD VIOLENCE...Army of God (AOG) is a Christian Identity terrorist anti-abortion organization that has engaged in the use of violence in the United States to fight against abortion. In 1984, Matthew Goldsby and James Simmons bombed the facility and two doctors' offices where abortions were provided. In 1994, AOG protester Paul Hill killed John Britton, a doctor who provided abortions, and James Barrett, a volunteer who escorted patients, as they arrived in the clinic parking lot Barrett's wife, June, was wounded at the Ladies Center abortion clinic in Pensacola, Florida.
Eric Robert Rudolph (AOG) - Rudolph pled guilty to the bombing and resulting murder of an off-duty police officer at an abortion clinic in Birmingham, AL, and for the bombing and resulting murder at Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta, as well as two other bombings. The Army of God was referenced in letters to the media after these incidents claiming credit for the bombings. Rudolph disappeared in 1998 and was captured in May 2003, he is currently in Federal Super Max prison doing LIFE. Eric Rudolph's mother Patricia Ann Rudolph lives off of Old Bradenton Rd in Sarasota Fl near the Dog Track, the brother David Rudolph also had lived in Sarasota. In the 1960s, Pat Rudolph and her late husband were radical pacifists, protesting the Vietnam War. Eric Rudolph and his family were connected with the Christian Identity movement, a racist, anti-Semitic organization that believes whites are God's chosen people. Pat Rudolph brought 18-year-old Eric and an older brother to a Christian Identity congregation's compound in Missouri in 1984.

Army of God (AOG) is an extremist anti-abortion organization that sanctions the use of force to combat abortion in the United States. HBO produced a documentary on the Army Of God entitled "Soldiers In The Army Of God". Clayton Waagner's fake anthrax letters have resulted in their being mentioned among terrorist organizations at the FBI. From 1993 to 1997, when I was working in Panama City Fl, I was directly involved in investigations of Army of God (AOG) abortion clinic violence in Pensacola and those who committed the crimes. My son, Michael, was working at a booth for his company at the Centennial Olympic Park on July 27, 1996 in Atlanta, Georgia when AOG member Eric Robert Rudolph set off a duffle bag containing three pipe bombs surrounded by nails killing two people.

ADL writes....Christian Identity is a religious ideology popular in extreme right-wing circles. Ideology: Anti-Semitic, racist, anti-government, conspiratorial. Adherents believe that whites of European descent can be traced back to the "Lost Tribes of Israel." Many consider Jews to be the Satanic offspring of Eve and the Serpent, while non-whites are "mud peoples" created before Adam and Eve. Its virulent racist and anti-Semitic beliefs are usually accompanied by extreme anti-government sentiments. Despite its small size, Christian Identity influences virtually all white supremacist and extreme anti-government movements. It has also informed criminal behavior ranging from hate crimes to acts of terrorism the ATLANTA CENTBOM 1996. 
Army of God Christian Identity penetrated most of the major extreme-right movements. Thanks to Aryan Nations, some neo-Nazis became believers. Klan leaders such as Thomas Robb and Louis Beam adopted the faith, as did some racist skinheads, such as the Hammerskins. Pastor William Finck of Christogenea in Panama City Florida claims Christian Identity, also sometimes called Israel Identity, is the only true conservative Christianity. Christian Identity also found a welcome home in extreme anti-government activism, notably the tax protest movement, the sovereign citizen movement (descended from Posse Comitatus) and the militia movement.

(AOG) ARMY OF GOD ABORTION CLINIC VIOLENCE....Dr. George Tiller Murdered by Army of God (AOG) Member, Shooting Suspect Scott P. Roeder Identified By Sheriff, AOG Alive And Well in Wichita Kansas.. Bill Warner Private Investigator wrote on, May 31 2009 and Web. 22 Nov 2009. http://www.billwarnerpi.com/2009/05/dr-george-tiller-murdered-by-army-of.html. Although Wichita police declined to name the suspect, Johnson County sheriff identified him as Scott P. Roeder, photo above, according to The Associated Press. Police said it appeared Roeder acted alone and that they are are investigating whether he had any connection to anti-abortion groups. This is the second time Dr. Tiller has been shot by anti-abortion whack jobs from the AOG.
 
AOG member Rachelle Ranae "Shelley" Shannon was a Christian Pro-life activist from Grants Pass, Oregon. She attempted to shoot and kill Dr. George Tiller outside his abortion clinic in Wichita, Kansas on August 19, 1993, shooting him in both arms. She is serving time in Federal Corectional Institute Dublin. Her projected release date is November 7, 2018. At the time she attacked Tiller, Shannon had been a pro-life activist for five years (AOG) and had written letters of support to Michael Griffin (AOG), who murdered David Gunn in Florida. She called Griffin "the awesomest, greatest hero of our time." She traveled to the Wichita clinic, a site of frequent demonstrations by abortion-rights and pro-life activists, and shot Dr. Tiller with a semiautomatic pistol in 1993. 
AOG supports the Second Defensive Action Statement, as produced by the Defenders of the Defenders of Life, which reads: "We the undersigned, declare the justice of taking all Godly action necessary, including the use of force, to defend innocent human life (born and unborn). We proclaim that whatever force is legitimate to defend the life of a born child is legitimate to defend the life of an unborn child". "We declare and affirm that if in fact Paul Hill did kill or wound abortionist John Britton, and accomplices James Barrett and Mrs. Barrett in Florida, his actions are morally justified if they were necessary for the purpose of defending innocent human life. Under these conditions, Paul Hill should be acquitted of all charges against him (Paul Hill September 2003 execution in Florida)". Paul Hill was head of a precursor organization called Defensive Action, which issued signed statements to members of Congress in the early 1990s expressing similar sentiments about "killing the killers". In 2000, The Army of God has promoted an annual White Rose Banquet in Washington D.C. from 1991 through at least 2003, for supporters of the Defensive Action Statement.


Inside the Army of God:  In letters sent to the media, the Army of God claimed responsibility for the bombing of an abortion clinic and a gay bar in Atlanta, GA. Eric Robert Rudolph (AOG), his photo above, was on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted List prior to his capture in May 2003. He plead guilty to these crimes. 
Army of God member James Kopp, alias Atomic Dog from Binghamton NY, was convicted for the fatal shooting of Dr. Barnett Slepian in 1998. Also thought to be linked to Kopp are shootings that injured Dr. Garson Romalis in Vancouver, BC, on November 8, 1994, Dr. Hugh Short in Ancaster. Army of God member James Kopp, alias Atomic Dog from Binghamton NY, was convicted for the fatal shooting of Dr. Barnett Slepian in 1998. Kopp is charged with shooting an unnamed physician in Rochester, NY, on October 28, 1997, and Dr. Jack Fainman in Winnipeg, MB, on November 11, 1997. James Kopp had been active in anti-abortion protests for decades and joined Randall Terry’s Operation Rescue Binghamton NY in 1986. It is also believed he joined the violent anti-abortion organization “Army of God” in 1988, as well as the “Lambs of God,” a Catholic anti-abortion group whose leader has characterized the anti-abortion movement as a “war between God and Satan.”
''Manual of the Army of God'' -- a copy was found buried in Shelly Shannon's backyard -- with instructions on how to make C-4 plastic explosives, homemade ammonium nitrate bombs like the one used in Oklahoma City, and the suggestion that doctors providing abortions should have their hands cut off. The first name on a list of acknowledgments is ''Atomic Dog'' James Kopp. More and more, James Kopp became obsessed with the abortion issue. In 1986 he moved to Binghamton, N.Y., where Randall Terry, an evangelical street preacher, and used car salesman was running Operation Rescue at 273 Chenango St next to Top Tile and across the street from St Paul's Church, which mounted blockades of abortion clinics and other civil disobedience protests. I was working at a business located in a strip mall right next door to Operation Rescue or Army of God on Chenango St in Binghamton NY from 1989 to 1990 and was aware of their meetings and Randall Terry. Randall Terry quickly adopted James Kopp as a liaison to the Catholic wing of the protest movement and a key aide. Jame Kopp is currently serving a sentence of life in prison for murder.
   photo credit randall terry rolling stone magazine
Operation Rescue or Army of God founded and long headed by Randall Terry on Chenango St in Binghamton NY. Army of God or Operation Rescue came to light during the summer of 1988 antiabortion rallies and blockades in Atlanta. High-profile murders in the early 1990s marked a turning point in the violence, transforming the movement and riveting the attention of the nation. ”God bless you, ladies,” Randall Terry tells people waiting in line at the Binghamton Post office. ”I appreciate the encouragement. Hey, stop by 273 Chenango Street if you ever want to help us do a mailing or something. Randall Terry was using attacks at the Binghamton abortion clinic to perfect and hone tactics he would export to the nation over the next two years.
 Key Players in the Army of God (AOG);
1). Michael Bray (AOG) - Bray, his photo above, has been called the Chaplain of the Army of God. He was the host of the annual White Rose Banquets. Bray is the author of a book called A Time to Kill, which attempts to give a biblical justification for the use of force against abortion providers. Bray frequently and publicly applauds the use of violence to stop abortion and has been jailed for bombing abortion clinics.


2). Neal Horsley (AOG) - Horsley was featured in the HBO movie "Soldiers in the Army of God," and hosts the Nuremberg Files website (http://www.christiangallery.com/ ), where he posts the names and personal information of abortion providers. The website has been called a "hit list." Another Horsley website (http://www.abortioncams.com/ ) posts photographs and video of patients, staff and physicians entering and exiting clinics.
3). Eric Robert Rudolph (AOG) - Rudolph pled guilty to the bombing and resulting murder of an off-duty police officer at an abortion clinic in Birmingham, AL, and for the bombing and resulting murder at Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta, as well as two other bombings. The Army of God was referenced in letters to the media after these incidents claiming credit for the bombings. Rudolph disappeared in 1998 and was captured in May 2003, he is currently in Federal Super Max prison.

4). Shelley Shannon (AOG) - Shannon is currently in prison for arson and the attempted murder of Dr. George Tiller (1993 version). After her arrest for the shooting, police searched her home and found the Army of God manual buried in her backyard. Shannon is also named in the "special thanks" section of the manual under her nickname, Shaggy West. 

5). Donald Spitz (AOG) - Spitz hosts the Army of God website (http://www.armyofgod/ VERY GRAPHIC ), which mocks the murder of Dr. Slepian. Spitz also posted correspondence from Clayton Waagner that threatened abortion clinic staff on his website while Waagner was on the run from law enforcement officials. More recently he has posted writings from convicted bomber and murderer Eric Rudolph. He was the "spiritual advisor" to convicted murderer Paul Hill in the weeks before Hill's September 2003 execution.

6). Clayton Waagner (AOG) - Waagner was convicted in November 2003 for sending over 550 anthrax threat letters to clinics across the United States. Many of the threat letters referenced the Army of God. Waagner also posted on the Army of God website a threat to kill anyone working at an abortion clinic and claimed to have specific information targeting 42 clinic staff. Waagner led law enforcement officials on a nationwide, nearly year-long chase before being captured. He is currently in federal prison. 

7). John Burt, Florida State prison (AOG) - -John Allen Burt is an anti-abortion activist whose protests and associations with murderers Michael Griffin and Paul Hill attracted widespread attention and criticism. Burt operated Our Father's House, a Christian ministry and shelter for unwed mothers, and in 2003 he was arrested for molesting a 15-year-old girl in his custody. He was convicted on five charges and sentenced to 18 years in prison, he died an old man in prison, he was also a member of the Ku Klux Klan. Michael Griffin fervently believed that an accidental encounter he had with abortion doctor David Gunn was a sign from God.
On the morning of March 5,1993, Griffin, a 31-year-old factory worker in Pensacola, Florida, and a zealous follower of local anti-abortion Leader John Burt, pulled into a Pensacola Exxon station, and there was Gunn. The doctor, well known to anti-abortion activists in the area, was sitting in his car drinking coffee and reading a newspaper before heading to work at The Ladies Center, the local clinic that had so often served as ground zero for the antiabortion movement in the South. Griffin fired three .38 caliber bullets into Gunn's back as the doctor got out of his car in the parking lot (where John Burt owned some land) behind the offices of the city's other abortion clinic, Pensacola Women's Medical Services.


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