Occult crime unit: enforcing christianity through a net widely cast

2014-03-04 09:08

Investigating crime is what the police does. It is their mandate and their duty. There are a number of specialised units within the police to deal with specific types of crime. One of these units is the Occult Crime Unit.

So far, so good. ANY religiously-motivated crime should be dealt with to the fullest extent of the law, especially where killing is involved. The problem comes in when one looks a little bit deeper into the origins of the unit, its criteria for membership, and the published warning signs the unit asks the public to be on the look-out for.

  • Witchcraft-related offences, including black magic, witch finding and witch purging
  • Traditional healers involved in criminal activities rooted in the occult
  • Curses intended to cause harm
  • The practice of voodoo intended to cause harm
  • Vampirism and joint infringement of the Human Tissues Act
  • Harmful cult behaviour that infringes on the rights of members of the movement
  • Spiritual intimidation, including astral coercion
  • Vandalism/graffiti leaving evidence that the motive is occult related
  • Suicide leaving evidence of occult involvement
  • Ritualistic abuse in a cult setting
  • Allegations of rape by a tokoloshe spirit
  • Animal mutilation and sacrifice leaving evidence of occult involvement
  • Murder/human sacrifice leaving evidence of occult involvement
  • Interpretation of occult "signatures" and paraphernalia at a crime scene
  • Poltergeist phenomena (unexplained activities by paranormal disruptive entities)

And what is the media doing reporting a completely one-sided story fed to them by this unit without so much as questioning it? A unit that by its very nature is unconstitutional by in effect being a religious-based unit charged with investigating strictly non-christian practices…practices that aren’t even related to Satanism in any way? Clearly, the media is just as sadly deficient in solid information at the one-sided “experts on the occult” employed by this unit.


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