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Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan Found With Ritual Items In His Office

Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan made a name for himself a little over a week ago when he abruptly announced that a triple Wiccan blue moon ritual murder had taken place within his jurisdiction Pensacola, Florida. Quickly, the story fell apart, when people pointed out that the murders had not taken part on the blue moon, and were in accord with no known ritual from any religious group.

I’ve been following the case as it continues to develop. This hasn’t taken a lot of time out of my schedule, because the Escambia County Sheriff’s office is refusing to make any new comments about the case for a while, because they have been “awaiting the return of lab analysis related to the murders… for the last six days. That must be some very interesting lab work they’re doing down there.

When any news about the murder of Voncile Smith and her sons comes out, I’ll be sure to let you know all about it. I’m tracking the case, but honestly, I don’t expect to have much in the way of updates… ever.

But I do want to note, while we’re on the subject of ritual killings and all, that Sheriff David Morgan seems to have an interest in ritual killings quite outside of the Smith murders. As the photograph below shows, Sheriff Morgan keeps statues of ritual killers on his desk.

sheriff david morgan ritual items

This image, from the Sheriff office’s official web site, shows Sheriff Morgan smiling in between two small statues of knights from the time of the crusades.

The crusades were essentially a jihad, and they were a terribly violent undertaking. Think of anything that ISIS is accused of doing now, minus the 21st century technology, and the crusaders did it too. They exterminated entire towns, went on genocidal rampages against Jews and Muslims, beheaded thousands of prisoners in a single day, and were even accused of killing and eating children.

The crusades were a pilgrimages of blood. They were conducted in the name of religion, too. The crusades were gigantic rituals of death. People were told that if they went on a crusade, and killed people in the name of their god, they would gain eternal bliss in the afterlife. They were even given special blessings before they set out on their pilgrimages of ritual killings.

That’s who we see on the desk of Sheriff David Morgan. These little statues even show the ritual killing crusaders holding murder weapons, with religious insignia right there on their clothes, to remind everyone that their killing is done in the context of a religious ritual.

I would say that this is a weird and twisted thing for a Sheriff who claims to be out to bust Wiccan ritual killers to have on his desk, but then, well, the crusaders were Christian ritual killers. So, that makes them the good guys, right?

7 thoughts on “Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan Found With Ritual Items In His Office”

  1. Larry says:

    #1. Actually, Lab Analysis on evidence (even a multiple victim homicide) frequently takes weeks and not having a response back in six days is perfectly normal. Lab work isn’t like TV with NCIS or CSI! (Retired with 30 yrs Law Enforcement – and specifically during the days of the 1980s when the “ritual under” craze – pumped up by specific authors – swept through LE) But Lab work isn’t going to prove or disprove whether or not these were “ritualistic murders” and the Sheriff could discuss that aspect whether Lab results were back or not.

    2. The article is right on the money on with the specifics as related to the Crusades. Reading detailed histories from unbiased reputable historians would shock the average person beyond belief (but then large sections of the Hebrew Bible / Old Testament should do the same).

    And Crusades (there were several) weren’t simply directed against Moslems – and Mideastern Jews (“Christ Killers”) of the region as well as throughout Europe (*) – but also against “heretical” regions of Europe (as so identified by the Pope.

    In fact, the modern statement of “Kill them all and let God sort them out” originated from the massacre of the fortress town of Beziers in the opening of the Albigensian Crusade in Southern France which pitted Roman Catholic Christian Crusaders against the “Heretical” Christian Cathars.
    (15-20,000 inhabitants – including a majority women and children – were massacred)

    (*) See:

  2. Peregrin Wood says:

    Update: The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office has made an arrest in the murder… of Eugenio Acosta Lopez, which appears to be totally unrelated.

    Despite initial reports of a Wiccan “person of interest” in the murder of Voncile Smith and her sons, the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office has actually been unable to come up with any evidence to justify an arrest of anybody.

  3. Peregrin Wood says:

    Second update on this story for the day: One person has been arrested, and another one is being pursued, in relation to a charge of the murder in Pensacola… of Dewayne Nason Silas… who was shot several times with a gun.

    The murder of Dewayne Nason Silas wasn’t surrounded with a load of poppycock about Wiccan Blue Moon ritual murder cults, though, so the national media has taken no notice of this story.

    A murder where Wiccans are alleged to be involved is more newsworthy, you see, than a murder where a gun was used, because… thingy.

  4. Peregrin Wood says:

    The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office has STILL not come up with any evidence whatsoever to support its assertion that the murders of Voncile Smith and her two sons had anything to do with Wicca or with ritual… but today, the Sheriff is holding a ritual of its own… an awards ceremony to recognize excellence among its deputies. Oooooh, scary ritual.

  5. HELL says:

    Lets be clear! One of the victims, the one shot was Home Land Security employee.

    1. Larry says:

      Which, if true (I haven’t seen that) has just wHAT to do with this being a ritualistic Wiccan Blue Moon ritual murder?


    2. Larry says:

      Actually I just found out that one of the sons was a somewhat lower level HS employee at the local Pensacola Naval base.

      From one site:

      “Smith was a Department of Homeland Security employee who worked at Naval Air Station Pensacola. A Naval Criminal Investigative Services spokesperson today said they ‘have determined there are no issues involving … national security elements.’ ”

      So being a HS employee has no connection as far as the NCIS investigation showed.

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