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# Richard Lucas 2011-06-15 11:45
I think CrimeTalk is a terrific site and I wish the editors and contributors well.

Including Neil Brick's S.M.A.R.T pages on Satanic Ritual Abuse (http://www.crimetalk.org.uk/index.php/reviews/support-groups/128-support-groups.html) under the Web Links/Support Groups category is a wonderful move; it points the way for British criminology's inclusion in the fight against satan.

In the past criminologists were amongst those who challenged the existence of Satanic Ritual Abuse, sometimes voraciously, and often because of the insistence of 'verifiable' evidence.

There is now plenty of evidence that the CIA/Illuminati and the New World Order are engaged in satanic abuse and British criminologists, free now of the burdens imposed by the past, can now take their part in exposing the satanists and challenging what must be the worst form of abuse against children to be found.
# Neil Brick 2011-06-17 02:35
Though I want to thank Richard for his support of my article at CrimeTalk, I would like to clarify a few differences between his comments and our views. We do believe in the importance of "verifiable evidence" and at our webpage at ritualabuse.us we have a wide variety of cited criminal cases and scientific journal articles to back up points.

We have no opinion about "the fight against Satan." We work to expose all child abuse and ritual abuse crimes regardless of a group's religious philosophy.

At our website, we have a wide variety of viewpoints about the different groups that may be participating in ritual abuse crimes. Neil Brick
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