Thusians Accused of Child Abuse and Other Unspeakable Acts

Vinci Kallaloo

Sex Weekly Plus

Trinidad And Tobago (Policy)

When Religious Beliefs Justify Child Abuse

November 10th, 1997

Thirty-two year old David Wong is a bitter man. He has lost his wife and two children to a religious group, he says. Wong (not his real name) says he himself was fortunate to escape with his life after he was severely beaten by members of the group when he tried to wrest his daughters away.

He now considers himself, like many others here, a victim of the Thusia church. Previously an unknown entity in a country that prides itself on religious tolerance, the church shot into the limelight recently when another father, Roy Joseph, sued his estranged wife for custody of their 11-year-old daughter as a result of alleged abuse at the hands of the leaders of the organization.

In the presence of the press and police, the girl told a harrowing…

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One response to this post.

  1. Posted by sophiegomez on March 30, 2013 at 2:59 pm

    What about nyron media sexual intercourse the women in the church


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