The suicide cult leader’s last words are revealed

Cult leader Wayne Bent identifies himself as the Messiah in a newly released video in which he likens himself to Jesus.

Bent, 82, is the leader of Our Righteous Lord Church, which Britain’s The Sun says is “rumored to be a suicide cult”.

Bent was sentenced to 10 years in prison following a 2008 sentence on one count of second-degree sex with a minor and two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, according to the Albuquerque Journal.

At the time of his 2016 release, he issued a statement dubbed his “last will and testament”.

“Because I do not worship what the world and the Christian churches nominally worship, and moreover, because I cannot do it, this offends the ‘beast’, the self-made man. claim to be the ruler of this world and claim to be our educator. children, and made it target me for not being part of it,” the statement said.


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In a YouTube video titled “The Last Words of the Messiah,” Bent likened his persecution to Jesus.

“I’ve been jailed and charged for crimes I didn’t commit,” he said.

In the video, he says he did not commit the crime for which he was convicted, blaming “conspiracy, fake news, mobs.”

He then said that everyone involved in his trial was a liar.

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“I was imprisoned for seven years and 42 days… and it fulfilled the prophecy,” he said,

“Before that time, when I was sitting in my house, in this land, God told me that I was the Messiah,” he said.

“Just as Jesus was crucified for his testimony, so am I crucified for my testimony,” he said.

He said that just as Jerusalem was destroyed after Jesus was executed, so America is being punished for what it did to him.

“Government is destroyed, no president will be accepted, the presidency is destroyed, Congress is destroyed, Washington, DC, all destroyed because they destroyed me, my children. and my city,” he said.


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The father of the two girls Bent was accused of touching during the trial said Bent deserved what he got. The Sun does not use the man’s name.

“He created his own circumstances to put him in his place and that is what he preaches to us all the time, that if you break the law you will go to jail and you need to accept your punishment. But he complained about it from day one, saying: ‘People are mistreating me,’ the girls’ father said.

“Dude – you made it. You make up your own situation and then you complain about it. He didn’t practice what he taught us, he taught us to be responsible and if God puts you in jail, he’ll put you in jail for a reason,” he said.

The cult that Bent founded lived in isolation in the New Mexico desert. “This cult has been implicated in rumors Bent is set to lead followers to suicide even though he has previously stated that they are not a suicide cult,” according to the Sun.

This article originally appeared in Western Magazine.

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