Members of a military-style Christian group in New Mexico have been arrested for what authorities are calling horrific crimes against children. Peter Green of the Aggressive Christianity Missions Training Corps in Fence Lake was arrested Sunday morning and faces 100 counts of criminal sexual penetration of a child, local station KOAT reported. Deborah Green and...
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GRANTS, N.M. (AP) — The Latest on a New Mexico military-style Christian sect facing child abuse charges (all times local):1:30 p.m.A New Mexico military-style Christian sect says claims of child abuse and child sexual abuse by leaders are false.The Aggressive Christianity Missions Training Corps in Fence Lake, New Mexico, said in a statement that allegations "are totally false" and similar to others the group has faced over the years.A criminal complaint says sect leader Peter Green is facing 100 counts of criminal sexual penetration of a child.Court records show three other members of the group also were charged with child abuse crimes.KOAT-TV reports (https://goo.gl/Qtcsnr) all four were arrested Sunday.
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