Court asked to arrest Exclusive Brethren Leader

Three women have accused the Exclusive Brethren sect “of debt bondage, slavery and disrupting the integrity and security of the international community and foreign governments” in  the Federal Court sitting in Melbourne and want the leader arrested.

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7 Responses

  1. “debt bondage and slavery”

    I know people who would pay good money for that.

    As well as people who make a tidy profit from providing those services…

    The circles I move in ….

    *sigh*

  2. …and we are talking Brethren, reb, right up your alley…mmm?

  3. Watch as the Brethren get away with it. I’ve become very cynical about the way anything to do with religion is given a free pass by government and the courts. I really do hope that I am proven wrong.

    Feel sorry for those poor women and the children of the brainwashed that are still in the clutches of the Brethren boys club/cult.

  4. kittylitter

    Totally agree. What cults are getting away with under the banner of religion is disgraceful.

  5. What christianity is getting away with under the banner of religion is disgraceful.

  6. reb

    What any belief is getting away with under the banner of religion is disgraceful not just christianity.

  7. True shane, true.

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