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Whistle-Blowers: Mormon Church Uses Abuse Hotline Number to Shut Up Victims

Mothers are speaking out after their children were abused by members of the LDS church.

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Concerned mothers are speaking out after their children were allegedly sexually abused by a Mormon church member, and church officials allegedly helped to cover up the allegations – sometimes using their victims’ hotline.

The Church of Ladder-Day Saints (LDS) reportedly recommended Christopher Michael Jensen to be a babysitter for certain kids despite the fact that he had two prior felony convictions for sexual assault when the church vouched for him.

“I was getting ready to put my youngest son, who was four at the time, on the bus,” a whistle-blower named Helen W. said to Vice News. “He started crying and he says to me, ‘Mom, he makes me suck his privates,’ and the world just sort of stopped.”

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After Helen W. learned of this abuse, she claims she went to LDS Bishop Don Fishel instead of authorities. Fishel told Helen W. he would “figure out what was going on.”

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From there, she claims that Fishel returned to her and said no abuse ever took place because “Michael is a good kid from a good family.” LDS officials deny this conversation ever happened.

Another whistle-blower, referred to as Spring T, came forward with similar allegations against Jensen.

“I broke down. Nothing really prepares you for that, and so I just completely broke down,” Spring T. said after learning of the abuse in 2012, “and I left the room, and I just went into the bathroom and just cried.”

Her Bishop ignored her when she reached out, so she went to law enforcement instead.

“When you look at it from a different viewpoint of it not being a sin and it being a crime, then… I needed to put it into their hands,” she said.

It is also alleged that the LDS abuse hotline is used to quash claims and pressure those who have been wronged into silence. The hotline is connected to LDS’ lawfirm, Kirton McConkie.

“Instead of calling 9-1-1, [bishops] are specifically instructed not to do that and instead call this 1-800-help-line number, which incidentally rings into the offices of the church’s lawyers,” said lawyer Tim Kosnoff, who has squared off against McConkie in over 100 cases, to Vice News.

“It’s a help line for the lawyers, not for the children or for anybody else,” he added. “It gives them an opportunity to get involved quickly, send lawyers out there, talk to victims, [and] silence them if they can.”

When Jensen was finally in court to be held accountable for his many crimes, he was defended by a member of the Mormon High Priesthood.

“I felt betrayed that they would rally around this individual – Michael Jensen – who is a serial pedophile, and they rallied around him, and there was no protection and no support for my children or for any of the other children or for the family,” Spring T. said.

Jensen is currently serving a minimum of 35 years in prison after being convicted in the court of law for sex crimes against children, but the aggrieved mothers are still searching for justice. The LDS continues to deny any wrongdoing.

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Federal Prosecutors Allege that Netflix Star Who Campaigned for Biden Assaulted 15-Year Old Boy in Public Restroom

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Federal prosecutors are alleging that a Netflix star who campaigned for Joe Biden committed a multitude of sex crimes against underage boys, in one incident assaulting a 15-year old boy in a public bathroom.

Jerry Harris is being charged with assaulting ten boys, and prosecutors are arguing that he “exhibits all the signs of a serial child predator” who either “wanted to be caught or he simply cannot control his impulses.

Harris is most known for his appearance in Netflix’s Cheer documentary about competitive cheerleading. He recently appeared in a digital campaign event with Joe Biden, in which the Democratic candidate asked for his support in turning out young voters in the November election.

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Harris was arrested and charged last month with producing child pornography following a federal investigation, and new charging documents in his case accusing him of even more child sex crimes. A Tuesday memo from Assistant U.S. Attorney Christopher Parente states that Harris has admitted to sodomizing and raping a 15-year old child during conversations with law enforcement, and that authorities are currently evaluating further criminal charges against him.

Parente argued Tuesday for a magistrate judge to revoke Harris’ home detention as he awaits trial on the child pornography charges, stating that home confinement is “simply not enough to protect the community from this child predator.

Harris, who allegedly requested and procured sexual images from at least 9 minors through Snapchat, is being sued by two alleged victims in civil court for damages.

Harris’ arrest on serial child sex crimes charges comes weeks after Netflix released the film Cuties, which features minors dancing in a sexually charged manner. The streaming giant has denied that the film is obscene and indecent, even after a county in Texas indicted the company for obscenity in publishing the film.

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