New Orlean Archdiocese command to burn altar desecrated by the intercourse of a pastor with two satanic dominatrices
After an incident in September in which one of the parishioners saw a pastor engaged in BDSM pleasures with two women professing Satanism, Archbishop Gregory Aymond ordered the altar to be destroyed.
"I am infuriated by his actions. When the details became clear, we had the altar removed and burned. I will consecrate a new altar tomorrow," Aymond said.
Later, information from the police appeared that the depraved pastor Travis Clark was charged with public obscenity. Under current Louisiana law, if the pastor is found guilty, he will be sent to prison for 3 years.
One of the women who took the pseudonym "Lady Vi" and who participated in intercourse spoke out in defense of Clark.
"I understand that people may be upset by this situation, but that does not make this conduct illegal or criminal in any way. I would implore anyone seeking to pass judgment or direct their energy elsewhere," she wrote.
As I am not at liberty to discuss the details of an ongoing case, I will direct you to the official statement released by our attorney.— Lady Vi (@Satanatrix) October 10, 2020
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The pastor was arrested on September 30th. After that, Clark was expelled from the church, and the local police initiated an investigation.