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Hell Minus One - signed verified confessions of satanic ritual abuse

Hell Minus One - signed verified confessions of satanic ritual abuse

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“Anne’s parents confessed their atrocities—both in writing and verbally—to clergymen, and to detectives from the Utah Attorney General’s Office. Anne’s suppressed memories, which erupted when she was in her mid-30s, were fully substantiated by her mother and stepfather.”

“After spending three years and $250,000 the Attorney General’s office has finished its probe into ritual abuse. Now the 59-page report says investigators found evidence of ritual abuse, but nothing that can be prosecuted at this time.”

“Confessed, and even paid up. The parents settled out of court to pay Jenny’s therapy bills.”
“Anne’s parents confessed their atrocities—both in writing and verbally—to clergymen, and to detectives from the Utah Attorney General’s Office. Anne’s suppressed memories, which erupted when she was in her mid-30s, were fully substantiated by her mother and stepfather.”

“After spending three years and $250,000 the Attorney General’s office has finished its probe into ritual abuse. Now the 59-page report says investigators found evidence of ritual abuse, but nothing that can be prosecuted at this time.”

“Confessed, and even paid up. The parents settled out of court to pay Jenny’s therapy bills.”

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Hell Minus One - signed verified confessions of satanic ritual abusethis page contains descriptions of graphic crimes of ritual abuse“Anne’s parents confessed their atrocities—both in writing and verbally—toclergymen, and to detectives from the Utah Attorney General’s Office. Anne’ssuppressed memories, which erupted when she was in her mid-30s, were fullysubstantiated by her mother and stepfather.”“After spending three years and $250,000 the Attorney General’s office hasfinished its probe into ritual abuse. Now the 59-page report says investigatorsfound evidence of ritual abuse, but nothing that can be prosecuted at this time.”“Confessed, and even paid up. The parents settled out of court to pay Jenny’stherapy bills.”Anne’s Story of Deliverance From Satanic Ritual Abuse and her Journey to Freedom“Hell Minus One” When Anne A Johnson Davis was just three years old, her motherand stepfather began to physically, sexually and mentally abuse her—in the name ofSatan. Until she ran away from home at 17, her parents and other cult memberssubjected her to satanic ritual abuse, a criminally inhumane and bizarre form ofdevil worship. In the middle of the night, Anne would be drugged and forced toendure hours of ritualistic torture as a symbolic sacrifice….The horrors Anneexperienced, the astounding miracles that helped her to survive, and the heal-or-die choices she made as an adult to triumph over her tragic past, are revealed inher new book Hell Minus One: My Story of Deliverance From Satanic Ritual Abuse andMy Journey to Freedom. Hell Minus One is different from other previously publishedmemoirs by victims of satanic ritual abuse. Instead of distressing, heart-breakingaccounts without collaborative or corroborative evidence, Anne’s parents confessedtheir atrocities—both in writing and verbally—to clergymen, and to detectives fromthe Utah Attorney General’s Office. Anne’s suppressed memories, which erupted whenshe was in her mid-30s, were fully substantiated by her mother and stepfather….Thebook’s foreword was written by Lt. Detective Matt Jacobson, who was the leadinvestigator with the Utah Attorney General’s Office on Anne’s case in 1995. InApril 1995, Anne was interviewed by KTVX Channel 4 News and The Deseret News inSalt Lake City for stories regarding a then newly released three-year study by theUtah AG’s Office about ritual abuse. In those news accounts, Anne’s identity wasconcealed as she explained some of the horrors of her childhood. In Hell MinusOne, Anne publicly blows the door open on who she is and tells her story openlyfor the first time. http://www.hellminusone.com/“…I knew three years old was supposed to be the right age for sexual activity… Youwere drugged with cough syrup and the light was shadowy and flickering on thehooded and masked figures… He cut off your nightclothes and panties. A dog washung by the back feet, throat cut and disemboweled and hind legs cut off. You werehung by your feet after being bound. I let you be used as a symbolic sacrifice, mytiny innocent child. I let you be painted with blood, have the dull side of aknife across your throat and feet. You may have seen me go and kneel… and take anoath that if anyone revealed anything done there or your father did not make youchildren behave, I would kill you children, him or myself.”—An excerpt from one confession letter written by Anne’s motherForeword for Hell Minus One by Lieutenant Detective Matt Jacobson Utah AttorneyGeneral’s Office (retired)In the autumn of 1994, I was at the Utah State Attorney General’s Office workingunder a legislative grant to investigate satanic ritualistic abuse. …When MikeKing, my AG detective partner, and I traveled to a state in the Pacific Northwest
 
to question Anne’s mother and stepfather about allegations of satanic ritualabuse, we found the contents of their confession letters to her to be true. Theyconfessed to us—in person. The allegations were confirmed.http://www.hellminusone.com/Links.htmlhttp://www.johnsondaviscommunications.com/about.htmWoman revisits the ‘Hell’ of ritual abuse By Ben Winslow Deseret News 12/10/08She isn’t Rachel Hopkins anymore. Anne A Johnson Davis is shedding the moniker sheused in a 1995 Deseret News story about her childhood as a victim of ritualisticSatanic abuse and speaking out in a memoir of her life. Davis, now a Lehi motherof three, is stepping into the spotlight again with the publication of her book“Hell Minus One.” “I have had enough healing and closure of my own, I feel I’m ina place where I really feel the call to share what I have to help others findcourage,” Davis said in an interview Wednesday. Davis’ story is so bizarre, it’shard to believe it actually happened — save for the fact that she has signedconfessions from her mother and stepfather, a financial settlement andinvestigators from the Utah Attorney General’s Office who vouched for her. Fromage 3 until she ran away at 17, she said she was sexually abused, tortured, bathedin blood and forced to hurt her siblings in Satanic rituals. “They would tell me,‘Now you’re one of us. If you tell anybody, they won’t believe you and they’ll putyou in a mental hospital.’ And they threatened to torture me until I was dead,”Rachel Hopkins said in 1995. It was a study by the Utah Attorney General’s Officethat downplayed ritual abuse that prompted Davis to come forward. At the time, sheinsisted on a pseudonym and did interviews in silhouette. “I’m glad that she’scome out of the shadows and she’s in the sunlight to tell her story so othervictims will speak out and know they don’t have to be afraid anymore,” said PaulMurphy, a spokesman for the Utah Attorney General’s Office who interviewed her asa TV reporter back in 1995. He also wrote a blurb on the book’s jacket. Davisstill takes issue with the attorney general’s report, which came out at a timewhen ritual abuse was being attacked as indicative of false memory syndrome —events and fantasies imagined by patients or planted by unscrupulous therapists….The Utah Attorney General’s Office has no plans to revisit the controversialstudy, but continues to investigate any reports of ritual abuse. “We take allchild abuse very seriously,” Murphy said….When she ran away from home at 17, Davissaid she cut ties with her family and anyone associated with them. She heard herstepfather died a few years ago but has no idea what happened to her mother. Shealso isn’t scared about publishing the family secrets. “Secrecy is their greatestweapon,” she said. “I don’t believe I have anything to be afraid of.”http://www.deseretnews.com/article/1,5143,705269563,00.htmlABC News, KTVX Channel4, Salt Lake City, UTcoverage of Anne’s story http://www.hellminusone.com/Links.htmlApril 25, 1995 (Pseudonym “Jenny”)“Good Afternoon and thanks for joining us. I’m Randall Carlisle.”“And I’m Kimberly Perkins. The report is final. Ritual abuse exists in Utah, butits hard to prosecute.”Randall Carlisle: “After spending three years and $250,000 the Attorney General’soffice has finished its probe into ritual abuse. Now the 59-page report saysinvestigators found evidence of ritual abuse, but nothing that can be prosecutedat this time.”Kimberly Perkins: “The lack of prosecution of such reports does not mean that thereports are factitious (Ritual Abuse Task Force).Paul Murphy: “One woman who came forward to tell about ritual abuse brought

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