Baptist girl raped by church member, forced to apologize then relocated

Posted: June 3, 2010 in OMG!, On Your Wall, WWJD
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Go straight to jail

There is no go for them to pass

Ofttimes in the world of law enforcement, the bad guys get away. Then, with some due diligence, the bad guys gets caught and are thrown in the pokey.

And then there are cases like this one that make you scratch your head, scream out loud and wonder, “If I was God, I would so hurl a lighting rod straight up his blessed assurance.”

Don’t believe me?

Dateline: Concord, N.H. where we are introduced to a girl who loves Jesus, goes to church and is active in her youth group. That is until she was raped by a jackleg perverted fool more than twice her age who went to church with her.

Then…

After being raped and impregnated by a fellow churchgoer more than twice her age, a 15-year-old Concord girl was forced by Trinity Baptist Church leaders to stand before the congregation to apologize before they helped whisk her out of state, according to the police.

It’s not like she was the town hussie and wore a scarlet letter embroidered on her ‘Hello Kitty’ shirt. This was a girl victimized and assaulted by some guy that if “vengeance was mine” would be looking at a gang of convicts on death row. Daily.

According to the story, this girl was sent to another church member’s home in Colorado, home-schooled and “not allowed to have contact with others her age.” Because when you are scarred in every way, that’s great love resembling Christ.

It wasn’t until this past February that Tina Anderson, who is now 28, decided to come forward after reading about other similar cases, “realizing for the first time it wasn’t her fault that she had been raped,” she told the police.

Psychology aside, don’t you think the so-called Christians she was forced to live with had a little… well, a whole heaping lot to do with her believing what that twisted and sardonic troglodyte did to her was her fault? Moving on…

Ernest Willis should have been caught 13 years ago.

Public Enemy #1... for now. (Courtesy: AP)

The silver lining? Meet Ernest Willis, 51, the man who did it and someone I hope learns how balmy the climate of the underworld really feels like.

However, there is a little stain to that cloud. It seems, according to an AP report, the girl’s former pastor Chuck Phelps may have been responsible for throwing her in a U-Haul halfway across the country.

Evidently, the “leaders” of that “church” had a ringleader (who is no longer “pastor” at said church).

Police have said their 1997 investigation was shelved because they could not locate the victim, and they are now investigating how much church leaders knew about the allegations.

Phelps said Anderson’s mother made the decision to move her to Colorado, while his role consisted of helping to find a family for her to live with. And of course, if you are buying that, then I happen to be in the market for some sweet real estate in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. Call me?

You know, I know what this world is coming to. My only prayer is that I will be going much sooner than this mess will be coming. Thank you Lord Jesus, and please place your anointed Holy Spirit around that woman today.

More happy stuff next time, Wall Watchers. Peace.

Comments
  1. Montana says:

    So, let me get this straight this white trash “Ernest Willis” a church deacon in Concord, New Hampshire, at the time, rapes this child twice (15 years old, he was 38 at the time), gets her pregnant, he admits it is his child in front of the church, and this so called church (Trinity Baptist Church), and her parents, makes her stand up in front of this church congregation, as well, admit its her fault, because they believe its somehow her fault and to top it off her parents go to this same church to seek counsel on what to do with her and they both agree that she should be sent to another Baptist couple in Colorado, have the baby there and then force the child to put the baby up for adoption. You Baptists are real make me sick, is this your family values? I hope all of you involved get what’s coming to you.

    Trinity Baptist Church
    80 Clinton Street
    Concord, NH 03301-2287
    603-225-3999, info@tbcnh.org
    http://www.tbcnh.org

    • hiscrivener says:

      Your post, while visceral for sure, was on point. Well, except for the minor generalization at the end. Just because one church with the word “Baptist” on the marquee acts like a satanic coven and should be sent to hell for this sardonic behavior, doesn’t mean ALL Baptists are like that. People who go to a Baptist church are flawed because they are Baptist. Rather, it’s because they are breathing.

      Just didn’t want you to get bitter against an entire denomination based on the (insert your expletive here, if you wish) actions of a few. Peace and blessings!

  2. Mirta Betton says:

    Is this your 1st blog!? I’m pretty certain I recall you from a long time back..used to scan your old blog on a regular basis. Not certain if I am thinking about the same individual though!

  3. GodSend says:

    There seems to be no end to human tragedies and victimization within organized religion – the “System of Christianity”, better described as “Churchianity”. Then there are the many “rabble rousing” TV “Evangelists”, who build MEGA-Churches and enrich themselves and/or deceive the flock of sheeple into believing that Christ-hating Judaics and Israelis are their best spiritual friends (Hagee and others from CUI). May God help (liberate) those who become ensnared by organized religion – and abused by their organizers. For the criminal “wolves in sheep’s clothing”, there will be “gnashing of teeth” – and probably a lot worse!

  4. what’s that stuff about causing a little one to stumble? something about a millstone and the depths of the sea. perhaps that could be the real estate in the Pacific that you’re selling.
    appalling.

    • hiscrivener says:

      Yo! I think you need to re-read this post without your slanted-view glasses on. If there is anything in here against the victim in this story, it’s all in your head. Perhaps I could introduce you to Mr. Willis. Dimwit.

      • C. A. Blackmon says:

        I read the article and I read shallowfrozenwater’s comment and it seems like he was agreeing with you that the “church” had done this young lady wrong and should fear being counted amongst those who would have that mill stone experience. Maybe I missed something…

        Anyway, this “church” is seriously lacking in common sense, not to mention moral values and we won’t even begin to speak about love and compassion. Who in their right mind punishes a rape victim? That is barbaric. That has nothing to do with the Christ of the Bible. Following their spiritual leaders into ungodly foolishness does not make a church a “godly” body. If these people had studied God’s Word for themselves rather than listening to a pastor who did not study, they never would have done this. God help them!!!

  5. Joel says:

    This is disgusting. The church leaders who did this, and the parents of the girl who allowed this, should be thrown in jail as well.

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  7. Vaughn says:

    What a diabolical cover-up! How profane can priest, prophets & men of the cloth be? That man needs his backwards collar snatched to the point of leaving marks before being confined along side of the rapist.

    Carrying around this scar for 13 years has got to have been quite a burden, glad she is now able to help others to deal with their similar trauma.

    Jam 4:17 Therefore to him that knoweth to do good, and doeth [it] not, to him it is sin.

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