Subject: Ritual Crime
Another example regarding the FBI & for those who ask "where's the
evidence?" I would like to know where the FBI is keeping all the
pornographic pictures/evidence which could substantiate children's claims
all over the country that they were ritually abused and photographed. The
official stance: "There is no evidence of a conspiracy." I'm typing in two
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March 11, 1991
Parents Eye Porn-ring link
Two Cape Cod couples who claim their children were molested and filmed by
child ponographers will today ask authorities for permission to view
videotapes confiscated during a New Hampshire raid of an alleged kiddie porn
"This is the best chance we've had in three years to get some evidence,"
said the mother of one 12-year old, who first revealed his role as a victim
in a child pornography ring in 1988. The parents said a March I raid by the
New Hampshire U.S, Attorney which resulted in the arrest of three suspected
pornographers "may be the break we need" to get authorities interested in
The parents decided to ask federal officials for permission to view the
videotapes after noticing similarities between their children's stories and
information released by FBI agents probing the New Hampshire operation.
"(Our) children have talked about pregnant women being tortured, children
being kidnapped, they've talked about Satanisn. They've talked about
Providence, New Bedford and New Hampshire," said one mother. "I'm interested
in knowing how many of these things match up with the New Hampshire case."
Three men, Wayne H. Bailey. 56, of Fairhaven, an audio technician for a
Providence, R.I., television station; Brian K. Schultz, 44, a Barrington,
N.H., man who allegedly produced kiddie porn; and Mark Colen, from Brooklyn,
Conn., an alleged pornographic filmmaker were arrested March 1 by FBI agents
in New Hampshire and charged with running a major child pornography
Investigators said videotapes recovered In searches of the men's homes and
businesses reveal pregnant women being tortured, children being molested by
adults, and child pornography with "Satanic" inferences.
The children in the Cape Cod case claim the perpetrators, posing as
relatives would take them during school hours to nearby homes where they
were sexually abused and filmed engaging in sex acts with other children,
adults and animals.
Their families, who did not want their names used said they have tried to
interest Massachusetts authorities in their case since 1988 but were
rebuffed by police, the FBI, the local district attorney's office and U.S.
The children were interviewed on several occasions by former Attorney
General James Shannon's office but their case was never officially
"When we first started on this, we had no idea law enforcement would be this
way. We thought every- body would be as outraged as we were," noted one
mother, saying she doesn't understand why Massachusetts authorities have not
investigated the children's allegations despite two reports substantiating
Reports from the Children's hospital sexual abuse team and the Department of
Social Services which were obtained by the Herald, confirm the children were
the victims of ritualized sexual abuse.
"I want law enforcement to take a true interest in this," said another
mother whose four children, ages 7, 9, 11 and 12, were allegedly abused at
the hands of child pornographers. "These kids are talking about too many
things they shouldn't know about at this age. 'They talk about people they
shouldn't know and the inter-relationship with those people. There are too
many coincidences and too many unanswered questions.'
A report on one of the children filed by the sexual abuse treatment team at
Children's hospital in Boston obtained by the Herald found the child's story
of ritualized sexual abuse "is highly consistent with that of a child who
has experienced chronic physical and sexual abuse involving Satanic
The report also states the details of his revelations are very similar to
those of other reported cases, "which serves to further support the
credibility of his disclosures."
Tom Smith, spokesman for Attorney General L. Scott Harshbarger, declined
comment on the case.
The parents, who have since moved from, the Cape Cod Community where the
alleged abuse reportedy occured, said that despite the lack of an official
probe, they are not giving up on their attempts to have their children's
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March, 18, 1991
Cape parents want porn case reopened
The parents of a Cape Cod boy who says he was victimized by a child
pornography ring yesterday said they want authorities to reopen an
investigation because new evidence corroborating their son's accusations has
A yearlong probe into the alleged ring was dropped by the Cape and Islands
District Attorney in 1989 due to lack of evidence and because the alleged
victim's parents stopped cooperating with investigators.
But the parents, contacted at their home yesterday, said pornographic
videotapes of children recovered during a raid in New Hampshire earlier this
month have corroborated much of the child's story.
"One thing they can't deny is that what my son said is true because now they
have the tapes to prove it," said the boy's mother.
The videotapes recovered in New Hampshire show children being forced to
engage in sex with other youngsters and adults, pregnant women being
tortured and children being forced to commit unnatural acts.
Almost three years ago the boy, now 12, told investigators of similar
incidents on Cape Cod. But Don Carpenter, the first assistant district
attorney who handled the Cape Cod investigation, told the Cape Cod Times
that "nothing to date indicates there is evidence to corroborate what was
Carpenter did not return phone calls yesterday. The boy's parents said they
stopped cooperating with Cape investigators after Carpenter told them their
son had "fantasized" the events, despite a report from a team of
psychologists at Children's Hospital in Boston indicating that the boy had
been the victim of ritualiized sexual abuse.
The parents said they are also upset that Carpenter recommended probation
for another man who pleaded guilty to molesting a 9 yr. old girl in Sandwich
just months after their own son claimed the man had molested him.
"We just can't understand why no one is reponding," said the mother, who has
since moved with her family out of the community where the alleged abuse
occured. Peter Papps, the first assistant U.S. attorney, in New Hampshire,
said although he has not heard of a Cape Cod connection in the case, his
office has not ruled out that possibility since the ring is believed to have
operated throughout New England.
Last week, the boy's family asked the U.S. attorney's office for permission
to look at the videotapes to see if their son is among the victims. They
have not, however, received an answer.
Another Cape couple, who claim their four children were abused at the hands
of the same child pornographers, said last week they also asked the FBI for
access to the tapes.