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Ralph Riekermann admits to attending Snuff Parties.
Article and Video: Former Scorpions Bass player, co-producer of Gangland, producer and actor, also reveals attending snuff parties.
Many unsuspecting citizens believe snuff parties were part of the Hollywood make-believe, Bad boy culture.
In 2014, I met a B-list Hollywood producer who refused to go on record and do a live interview on my former live radio show about his knowledge of snuff parties.
I was introduced to the producer as a possible opportunity to compose music for modern versions of monster movies.
The producer openly supported occult practices, and our union wasn’t possible because of this. He was a participant in the dark arts, and I tried to win his soul toward everlasting life, but he refused.
He and I had many conversations about various occult topics for two months. He was aware I opposed the occult and all dark arts, but he seemed to enjoy our discussions of Good vs. Evil.
He mentioned he had open knowledge of snuff parties held in Los Angeles, New York City, Miami, and other locations. I encouraged him to share his knowledge with the authorities, including the FBI, and he laughed at me. He said, “If I participate with unsuspecting suitable authorities, I will most likely be murdered.” He also provoked a naïve part of my understanding by saying, “Who the hell do you think allows the snuff parties to continue? He said it’s your friendly FBI, Police, and State Police who are part of the upper management.
He also mentioned the authorities who covered it up. They get paid by the promotors of the underground snuff industry.
The other day I watched a YouTube video about COVID and noticed in my feed the below video In contrast, Ralph Riekermann admits to attending Snuff Parties. My limited knowledge imparted to me from a producer has broadened my knowledge of the evil we all face. We must stop the evil doers in this world.
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