Arrest on Gun Charge Leads to ‘Satanic Pedophile Cult’ in Democrat City


Police weren’t expecting to rip the lid off a Pizzagate style Satanic pedophile cult when they arrested 23-year-old Angel Almeida of Queens but they did. They slapped cuffs on him in November of 2021 and the investigation has been ongoing ever since. Federal agents discovered a group of extortionists “that targets minors over the internet.

Satanic pedophile cult

Cops went out on a routine mission in Queens, New York, to arrest a man on some gun charges and stumbled into a cult of Satanic pedophiles. Angel Almeida had made some “disturbing social media posts” and when they went to round him up, uncovered the “heinous group” called 764.

They booked Almeida on charges of “being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm” and kept him on ice. The court documents were just released on September 28, along with a report.

Back in February, “Brooklyn federal prosecutors announced they had filed a superseding indictment against Almeida, adding charges related to child exploitation and enticement of minors.” That’s only a vague hint of what he’d been up to.

Even before his arrest, they were following “anonymous tips that allegedly linked him to social media accounts containing vile posts about child sex abuse.” They didn’t realize there was a Satanic cult behind it. All they had was a single clue, an “Instagram profile, ‘@necropedocell,‘ that featured a photo of what appeared to be a child bound and gagged.

What caught their attention was another Instagram post by Almeida “showed him posing with ammunition strapped to his chest, in front of a black flag bearing the logo of the Order of Nine Angels.

Prosecutors have O9A pegged as “a worldwide Satanist group which embraces elements of neo-Nazism and white supremacy.” In other words, a Satanic cult. That was enough to get a warrant allowing them to search his home.

A blood covenant

When FBI agents kicked in his door, “they allegedly found hundreds of files containing child sex abuse material on four different devices — as well as books related to O9A and Satanism.

If that wasn’t enough evidence he was involved in a sick and twisted cult, they also discovered a “blood covenant.” That’s what they called “an O9A drawing of a hooded figure surrounded by the group’s symbols and smeared with what appears to be blood.

By September 12, the bureau was issuing “a public notice about 764.” In it they described a “violent online group” that is “deliberately targeting minor victims on publicly available messaging platforms to extort them into recording or livestreaming acts of self-harm and producing child sexual abuse material.

The cult, they’re pretty sure, is “an off-shoot of O9A.” They didn’t even have it on their radar until they tagged Almeida.

Members of the 764 cult are alleged to “use threats, blackmail and manipulation” to get kids, especially “LGBTQ+ minors, racial minorities and those with mental health issues” to film themselves doing anything they can imagine.

They easily targeted and groomed vulnerable adolescents and pre-teens “through platforms like Roblox, Discord and Twitch, as well as curated Soundcloud playlists and the encrypted messaging app Telegram.” The cult probably has “thousands” of members, with “hundreds of more active members trawling these platforms regularly.

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