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Local Terror Cell Busted, Children Rescued

April 1, 2016

Several members of an Atlanta terrorist organization were arrested Thursday afternoon at their home on Spring Street which was also doubling as headquarters for the operation.

John David Stutts, 36, and Kara Lee Stutts, 34, both residents of Atlanta are said to be the leaders of the organization known as New Life. Police were first tipped off about the organization in January when the Stutts’ two children did not return to school after Winter Yule Lore Break due to a disagreement with the school’s administration.

When the state’s mandatory tolerance classes known as Government Union of Legislators Advancing Growth (GULAG) were announced earlier in the year, the Stutts children were not allowed to attend because of their parent’s beliefs. Stutts had filed a formal complaint with the school system to keep his children out of the classes, citing troublesome passages from archaic texts. GULAG classes became the law in all 50 states at the beginning of the 2015/2016 school year. The law prohibits religious expression of any kind and mandates that all pre-K through sixth grade children take a weekly series of sensitivity training courses that includes lectures from area feminists, memorizing Indigo Girls songs and binge watching Will and Grace reruns.

Kris Waterspoon, a well respected transgendered member of the community and the principal of Frank Marshall Elementary School, the school the Stutts children attended, immediately sent John David Stutts’ complaint the the federal government’s Bureau Overseeing Worship (BOW). Several months later, when John David Stutts refused to allow his children to receive the state’s mandatory hate vaccine and did not return them to educational care following Winter Yule Lore Break, Principal Waterspoon immediately contacted the local authorities, fearing that the Stutts children were being homeschooled, an activity that is not outlawed in 19 states, including Georgia.

For the following three months, the city of Atlanta’s Task Force Overseeing Religion (ACT FOR) monitored the activities of the Stutts family. Johnny Tyler oversaw the investigation.

“After just a few nights of surveillance, we discovered the the Stutts residence was more than just a home. Two nights a week it was doubling as some sort of church. We knew then that our work was close to being done. All we had to do was watch the church for a few weeks to see how the people were acting. Several of our agents went undercover to join the church. We’ve done this at other locations but, thankfully, the churches were no different than other community meetings. We had no evidence, other than the name or the fact that they met on Sundays, to prove that they were a church. New Life was different. They seemed to take the Bible seriously. That’s when we knew that it was time to make our move.”

Just before making their move, ACT FOR agents discovered one other piece of evidence that helped their case even more. John David Stutts owned a company that had several government contracts. This was a clear violation of the nearly unanimously approved House Bill 180 which prohibits government contractors from having any religious affiliation.

Early Thursday afternoon, a joint task force of city police, the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security raided the home during a weekly lunch meeting where members of New Life met to allegedly discuss how to serve the community. John David Stutts and his wife Kara Lee Stutts were arrested along with three other church leaders, John Leggit Hunter, Jerry Pontosious White and Donald Ray White.

But according to officer Johnny Tyler, the case is not over.

“There were 20 to 30 people attending New Life services each week. These are people who did more than attend. They carried their beliefs out into society with them. If you have any information on these people, please contact ACT FOR immediately. Members of New Life are intolerant and should therefore be considered extremely dangerous.”

The three Stutts children were taken back into state custody where they are said to be safe in the GULAG.

Comments:

Gayle Tucker ~ Ithaca, New York

It’s good to see our government officials finally make these intolerant hate mongers shut up.

Eric Best ~ Greenville, Oregon

I’m a Christian and I’m all for free speech and freedom of religion but Sutts and his kind have taken it too far.

Sean Perry ~ Dunwoody, Georgia

IT’S ABOUT TIME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Geoff Ferrell ~ Charleston, South Carolina

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