Topic: Mayor Resigns Over 'Satanic Abduction'
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Mayor Resigns Over 'Satanic Abduction'
By Brandon Barker
Nov 26th 2007 9:44AM
What is the statute of limitations for the crime of being abducted and brainwashed by Satanists? The answer: at least three decades.
Mayor Ken Williams shocked the citizens of Centerton, Arkansas, by claiming that a recent truth-serum injection had made him realize that he was not Ken Williams, their civic leader since 2001, but in fact a New York preacher named Don LaRose who had been abducted and brainwashed by Satanists in the mid-1970s.
According to 4029tv.com, Mayor Williams regained lost memories of the wife and children he left behind to save them from a Satanic cult that had threatened their lives. "I had a choice," he said. "The choice was to watch my family killed in front of my eyes or go with these people, and I chose instead to run." Here's the video report:
Don LaRose assumed the identity of the real Ken Williams, a man who died in a car crash in 1958, after moving to Centerton in 1980. His cover was blown, however, when his wife and children tracked him down through registration records for DonLaRose.com, a Web site he runs that documents the real story of his horrific plight. The home page states, A popular Baptist pastor, Don LaRose, disappeared from his church office in Maine, New York. There were signs it may have been a SATANIC inspired attack.
Though his family has found him, Mr. LaRose says he will stay in Centerton with his current wife. "I guess in a sense, you would have to say I was living a lie," he said.
He signed his resignation letter, "Sincerely and with thanks, Ken Williams/Don LaRose." The Satanists have not yet responded with a statement.
B. Brandon Barker is the author of the novel Operation EMU.