Ritual Crime Ring In Pensacola Broken Up By Escambia County Sheriff
In the past, I have expressed skepticism about the claims by Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan that ritual crimes are rife throughout his bailiwick of Pensacola, Florida. Today, however, I have to eat some crow.
After some investigation, the office of Sheriff Morgan has, in fact, made some arrests of suspects in a violent ritual crime. This time, the evidence is fairly damning.
Four men from Moreno Street in Pensacola were arrested yesterday and charged with crimes related to their repeated gatherings to enact a blood ritual involving animal sacrifice. Members of this secret ritual coven would meet to ritually link their financial fortunes to animals forced to fight, often to the death, while spectators cheered on.
In other words, the men were arrested for organizing gambling over dog fights.
Of course, Sheriff Morgan’s office didn’t hold a press conference declaring the crime to be ritually-related, possibly based on today’s waxing crescent moon. But, that’s because there were no Wiccans in the neighborhood at the time. If there aren’t Wiccans involved, apparently, ritual crimes aren’t worth making a big fuss about.