Christian Cop Casts Demon out of a Suspect Before Arresting Him

Policeman performs EXORCISM on ‘drunk’ suspect before arresting him

Stunning footage shows the religious cop shouting “Unleash his body, Jesus. Out in the name of Jesus” as stunned passers-by look on

A policeman called to arrest a drunk abusing people in the street stunned work pals and onlookers when he carried out an exorcism instead.

Lieutenant Ricardo Mendes, 36, had gone to the scene with colleagues in Goianira, Brazil and found Rodrigo Betti, 28, hurling abuse at passers-by.

But after approaching him, Mendes suddenly grabbed the man’s head as his colleague held him from behind and began muttering in Latin.

Onlooker Paulo Cortez, 25, who captured the extraordinary incident on his camera phone, told local media: “The drunk began speaking in a weird way, his voice was very low, and he looked very strange.

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Talk of the devil: The cop grabs the suspect’s head and begins carrying out the exorcism

“The policeman then shouted ‘Unleash his body, Jesus. Out in the name of Jesus’.

“I suddenly realised he was doing an exorcism on the man. It was incredible.”

As the man sank to his knees growling, Mendes continued holding his head and calling for the devil to get out.

Cortez said: “At one point the man fell to the ground writhing and shouting. It really looked as if he was possessed. But the policeman was doing a great job.

“Someone behind me then said he was going to get a priest.”

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Shock sight: The man writhes on the floor in front of the cops

A police spokesman who verified the authenticity of the video said: “When the priest arrived the situation was under control and the man had been fully exorcised.

“The officer acted properly in the situation and did not abuse his authority. He believes in God and regularly goes to church.”

Betti was arrested and released the following day.

He reportedly thanked the police officer saying: “I can’t remember a thing about last night, I must have been possessed by something.”

A Christian Convention for these dark times

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A Christian Convention for these dark times

By Mario Murillo

The odds are that this year you will attend a seminar, a conference or a convention. The question is why are you going?  Is it to receive power, guidance, vital information, or to fellowship with friends and people of like mind?

The times we are living in demand something much deeper.  We are facing a threat to our freedoms, our loved ones, our ministries and our souls like never before. We are at a spiritual point of no return.

You do not have time to sit in sessions that do not deal with your actual life. You seek a new level in God.  You want something that lasts, something that addresses this dark time.

Recently, someone asked me why the early Pentecostal movement spread so fast.  I found that question to be profound and insightful.  The asker was assuming that its growth had slowed down.  And he is correct.  For example, under Reinhardt Bonke, Nigeria became Pentecostal but today it is drowning in radical Islam.

I fear that one reason for this reversal is that the lukewarm mutation created by American Christians spread to the rest of the world.

Spirit-filled Christianity here at home, even as recently as the 1990’s, was focused on winning souls and living pure lives.  Since then, sadly, North American Christians have come to fulfill 2 Timothy 3:5 “having a form of godliness but denying its power.”

Spirit-filled preachers leave out vital doctrines from their sermons and caved in on moral issues such as same-sex marriage and abortion. The occasional mega church does not change the fact that we are losing the battle to our culture and that is the only thing that matters.

Others leaders go to the opposite extreme delving into exotic emotional binges.

Many lament the fact that our movement has polarized into both the frozen and the freaky.  We now have to choose between churches with either no fire or strange fire.

The answer to our early movement spread because it was real.  The fire of God was real.  The miracles were real.  By trying to “improve the Gospel” we made it unreal.  By taking self out of the Gospel preachers can again have great power.

Back to my original point: The odds are that this year you will attend a seminar, a conference or a convention. The question is why are you going?

I am asking you to join me in the mountains receive fresh fire, clear direction and LIVING PROOF

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Haunting in Indiana leads to family’s exorcism, child’s levitation: Reports

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Haunting in Indiana leads to family’s exorcism, child’s levitation: Reports

Chilling reports taken from the residents of a Gary, Ind., home recount a haunting that involved a 12-year-old girl levitating over her bed and a 9-year-old boy walking on a hospital ceiling. Astonishingly, the family’s recollections are backed by not only a local police official but also by medical personnel.

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PUBLISHED: MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 2014, 6:29 PM
UPDATED: MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 2014, 10:53 PM
Demons at an Indiana home caused a 12-year-old girl to levitate and a nine-year-old boy to walk backwards up a wall as startled medical staff looked on, according to family members and officials. Pictured here is Latoya Ammons.

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Latoya Ammons, a mother of three, claims her family became possessed by demons after moving into a rental home in Gary, Ind.

A Gary, Ind., mother of three claims demons caused her 12-year-old daughter to levitate and her 9-year-old son to walk on a hospital ceiling — accounts supported by medical personnel and police officials, according to a shocking report.

For Latoya Ammons, the late night footsteps, the creaking of a door and wet footprints left by a shadowy male figure through her living room were merely child’s play when that was all her family had to endure.

But then things turned violent.

It was March 10, 2012 — four months after her family moved into a three-bedroom rental — that Ammons’ saw her daughter floating above her bed, the Indy Star reports.

It was first a scream that alerted her grandmother, Rosa Campbell, to the girl’s bedroom at about 2 a.m. that night.

“I thought, ‘What’s going on?'” Campbell recalled to the Star. “‘Why is this happening?'”

When the girl fell back onto the bed, she gained consciousness but said she had no memory of what had happened.

Two clairvoyants told them the house was filled with more than 200 demons. The family’s church recommended pouring olive oil on Ammons’ children’s hands and feet, with smeared crosses along their foreheads, as a form of protection.

At one clairvoyant’s recommendation, the frightened mother created an altar in her basement with a white candle and a statue of Mary, Joseph and Jesus. It was down there, beneath the staircase leading up to her kitchen, where the family believed the terrifying events began.

 

She and a friend prayed over the altar while filling the area with smoke in an attempt to spiritually purify the home, she told The Star.

For three days, nothing happened. And then Ammons and her children began acting out.

Rosa Campbell, Latoya Ammons' mother, claims to have seen her 12-year-old granddaughter levitate over her bed, a claim backed by other witnesses.

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Rosa Campbell, Latoya Ammons’ mother, claims to have seen her 12-year-old granddaughter levitate over her bed, a claim backed by other witnesses.

The mother found her youngest, a 7-year-old boy, inside a closet while allegedly talking to another boy only Ammons’ son could see.

When asked what they were talking about, her son allegedly told her that the other child was describing what it was like to be killed.

Not long after that, the woman claims her 7-year-old flew out of a bathroom and that her 12-year-old daughter required stitches after being hit in the head.

The girl told health care professionals that she sometimes felt like she was being choked. A voice would tell her that she’d never see her family again.

On April 19, 2012, the family went to see Dr. Geoffrey Onyeukwu, whose encounter with the children was one he said he’d never forget.

“Twenty years, and I’ve never heard anything like that in my life,” the physician told the Star about their first meeting since the frightening events began. “I was scared myself when I walked into the room.”

According to a report by the Department of Children Services obtained by The Star, one of the boys began cursing at Onyeukwu in a demonic voice. He and his brother then abruptly passed out and wouldn’t come to.

 

The police were called. When both children woke up in a hospital, the youngest began screaming and violently thrashing about.

It took five men to hold the 7-year-old boy down, Campbell told The Star.

The children’s behavior was so unusual and unexplainable that doctors feared their mother was suffering a mental illness and possibly encouraging the kids to act that way.

Ammons was reported to DCS for possible child abuse, but when she was evaluated by a hospital psychiatrist she was found to be of “sound mind.”

Rev. Mike Maginot, who performed exorcisms on Latoya Ammons and her children, was contacted by a hospital's chaplain a day after Ammons' children were taken from Ammons' custody.

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Rev. Mike Maginot, who performed exorcisms on Latoya Ammons and her children, was contacted by a hospital’s chaplain a day after Ammons’ children were taken from Ammons’ custody.

DCS family case manager Valerie Washington was then called in to evaluate the children. When she met them, the youngest, she reported, started to growl and flash his teeth at her. His eyes then rolled back into his head.

Then the 7-year-old lunged for his older brother and put his hands around his throat while saying in a voice that wasn’t his own: “It’s time to die. I will kill you,” according to Washington’s report.

Once released from his brother’s grasp, the 9-year-old allegedly started head-butting his grandmother.

Campbell took his hand and started to pray when the boy walked backward up a wall and onto the ceiling. Once there he flipped and landed perfectly on his feet.

Washington’s DCS report is corroborated by Willie Lee Walker, a registered nurse, who was in the room with them.

 

“He walked up the wall, flipped over her [the grandmother] and stood there,” Walker told The Star. “There’s no way he could’ve done that.”

Washington, in her report to police, described the boy as “gliding.”

The 7-year-old boy stayed overnight in the hospital with Ammons while Campbell took the other two children to a relative’s for the night.

They returned the next day, which was the youngest boy’s 8th birthday, but were greeted by DCS workers, who took all three children into custody.

The following day, the hospital chaplain called Rev. Michael Maginot, asking him to perform an exorcism on the 9-year-old boy.

The reverend agreed to interview the mother and grandmother at the home. During their meeting, a bathroom light bulb flickered, blinds in the kitchen swung, and footprints appeared in the living room, he told the Star.

Charles Reed, the landlord of the allegedly haunted house in Gary, Ind., told the Indy Star that he never heard of demons in the home before Ammons moved in. Another resident has since moved in and hasn't complained, either.

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Charles Reed, the landlord of the allegedly haunted house in Gary, Ind., told the Indy Star that he never heard of demons in the home before Ammons moved in. Another resident has since moved in and hasn’t complained, either.

After that, Ammons and Campbell moved out to temporarily live with a relative, but less than a week later were called back for an afternoon inspection by the DCS.

Gary police Capt. Charles Austin accompanied the two women with Washington and another officer.

Austin tells the Star that after that visit, he believes in both ghosts and demons. He also vowed to never go inside the house again.

 

While at the home, the police audio recorder malfunctioned and brand-new batteries died. While listening to the recording later, an officer heard a voice whispering, “Hey,” according to the police reports obtained by the Star.

Photos taken in the home’s basement appeared to show a cloudy image near the stairs. When enlarged, the image reportedly resembled a human face.

A second, green image allegedly resembled a female figure.

Before the end of the month, a petition by the DCS for temporary wardship of the three children was granted by Lake Juvenile Court. The department argued that the children missed too much school for what the mother argued were illnesses because of their home’s demons.

During their wardship, the children were given evaluations by separate psychologists. Each evaluation’s report concluded that the children’s behavior was reinforced by their mother or relatives.

In the meantime, several exorcisms were performed on Ammons by Rev. Maginot.

By June, Ammons and her mother had moved back to Indianapolis and by November, the children were returned to their mother.

The DCS met with the family and in their assessment found “no demonic presences or spirits in the home.”

Charles Reed, the owner of the Indiana home, told the Star that he had never heard of such problems before the family moved in.

Another renter has since moved in and purportedly hasn’t made any complaints, either.

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