I have been searching for this LOLFIELDANDLOVE doco on The Atlanta Child Murders for months and found it here:
Programmed to Kill/Satanic Coverup Part 46 Wayne "The Atlanta Child Killer?" Williams
During the year those events took place, I was baffeed to find most people didn't think he did the killings, and neither did I. He just didn't have that look I associate with mass murderers: John Wayne Gacy, Richard Ramirez etc. Even the original video of Wayne Williams being investigated seems to indicate he was just covering for others a la Ted Bundy. At 6:15 of this video, he suddenly strikes a Freemasonic "help me" sign with his hand on his face (reminds me of freaking Lady Gaga). Still looks like a patsy. However in this video, 49 of the series a more effective narrative is introduced: Shirley McGill states at 3:26 of this video that the murders were perpetrated by a cult involved in drug trafficking, child porn and satanism (gee, where have we heard THAT story before??)
Additionally, in the Panache Report, we have the following entry:
WERE THE ATLANTA CHILD MURDERS LINKED TO SATANISM?
According to drug enforcement experts, Atlanta became an important center for narcotics distribution with the upgrading and expansion of South American and Caribbean drug trafficking into Miami.
The pattern is an expansion to routes into Georgia and Houston, Tex. Conjointly with this, Atlanta became more important as a center for drug cartel money-laundering operations. Officials add: It is certainly a regional capital for an international Satanic network.
From July of 1979 to May of 1981, 29 black adolescent and young adult males were murdered in Atlanta, Ga. The circumstances of their death clearly indicated a ritual element, and extensive media play guaranteed an international spotlight. At the time, one credible motive for the murders appeared to be political: to foment racial tensions. The Satanic element gradually unfolded.
The officially recognized victims were mainly adolescent black males, who were known to be involved in drug running and in male prostitution. There is every indication that pornographic photographs, and perhaps videos as well, were being produced. One possibility is that the young men and women were murdered during the course of the production of ``snuff'' films; another is that the deaths were part of some sacrificial ritual. Other motives suggested for the crimes included retribution for violations of the criminals' own internal code (for example, that the young people held back drug profits).
The children were known to frequent the house of a black man named Tom Terrell, known to them as Uncle Tom. Here, they were paid $10 or $15 to perform oral sexual acts. The children were also sodomized. They were given marijuana and some other form of narcotic which was daubed on their faces. The existence of Uncle Tom's house never came out in the trial of Williams, despite the availability of eyewitness testimony. There was definite evidence that some of the dead children had spent time with their captors, perhaps days, before they were killed.
They were wearing clothing different from that in which they were captured, and the remains of food taken from their stomachs showed that they had eaten meals after the time they were last seen by friends and family. The children were apparently smothered to death--one possibility is that they were smothered at the moment of orgasm, while performing oral sex.
Sexual organs were missing on many of the remains, which had been left to moulder outdoors. The location where one boy's body was found was the same place where, some years earlier, homosexuals had been shot in a gang war over control of the homosexual entertainment industry. Later, there was also a spate of firebombing's of homosexual and sexually oriented entertainment spots in Atlanta.
One of the boys was found with a stab wound in the stomach, surrounded by five ceremonial cuts, according to an acknowledgement by a medical examiner, subsequent to the Wayne Williams trial. (No Satanic connections were brought out by the Williams defense.) Several parents reported to investigators that when they saw their children's bodies they had crosses carved on their foreheads or chests. Newspapers reported three such instances at the time.
Atlanta has long been an occult center. Not only had the Process-Foundation Faith cult opened a chapter there, but there was a home-grown Wicca network run by a witch who called herself Lady Santana, and one Lord Merlin. Lady Santana was also known as Samantha Lerman.
The Atlanta Wicca Church changed its name to the Church of the Old Religion in 1979, following the murder of a 15-year-old girl. Jolene Tina Simon was killed at Ravenwood House during an open house ritual. She was killed shortly before May 29, 1979, and a man named David Reese.
Williams, a 23-year-old unemployed paramedic, was subsequently indicted by an Atlanta grand jury for manslaughter. According to accounts, Williams coolly placed a gun to Simon's head and pulled the trigger, when she told him, ``Kill me!'' Williams claims not to remember the incident, and Wicca members who were present testified that the murder was accidental.
A witness reported seeing one of the purported victims of the Atlanta Child Murders alive. The FBI also interviewed people who claimed to have seen this particular boy alive as late as December of 1981. Witnesses near the location of the abduction of one child on the official victim list, identified Parnell Traham as the driver of the car used in the abduction. In none of the abductions of the children, is there any indication that they resisted capture. This leads to the hypothesis that they knew their captors--in some instances, these may even have been family members.
Sources: Totse.com & The EIR (Washington, D.C)
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