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O9A Order of the Nine Angles Satanic Murder Cult PROTECTED by UK Home Office

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How NYC gun arrest uncovered a huge pedophile Satanic cult

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The arrest of a Queens man on gun charges two years ago has led federal authorities to the discovery of a Satanic pedophile extortion cult that targets minors over the internet, a report said Thursday.

Investigators uncovered the heinous group, named 764, while probing disturbing social media posts made by Angel Almeida, 23, who was busted in November 2021 and charged with being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm, according to court documents and a report from The Guardian.

In February, Brooklyn federal prosecutors announced they had filed a superseding indictment against Almeida, adding charges related to child exploitation and enticement of minors.

Prior to Almeida’s arrest, the FBI followed anonymous tips that allegedly linked him to social media accounts containing vile posts about child sex abuse — including one Instagram profile, “@necropedocell,” that featured a photo of what appeared to be a child bound and gagged.

A post on another of Almeida’s alleged Instagram profiles showed him posing with ammunition strapped to his chest, in front of a black flag bearing the logo of the Order of Nine Angels (O9A), which prosecutors described as “a worldwide Satanist … group which embraces elements of neo-Nazism and white supremacy.”
Angel Almeida was arrested in November 2021. 4
Angel Almeida was arrested in November 2021. Department of Justice

When authorities searched Almeida’s home, they allegedly found hundreds of files containing child sex abuse material on four different devices — as well as books related to O9A and Satanism, according to court documents.

They also found a “blood covenant,” an O9A drawing of a hooded figure surrounded by the group’s symbols and smeared with what appears to be blood, the filings state.

On Sept. 12, the FBI issued a public notice about 764, a “violent online group” that is “deliberately targeting minor victims on publicly available messaging platforms to extort them into recording or livestreaming acts of self-harm and producing child sexual abuse material.”

Sources told the Guardian the cult is believed to be an offshoot of O9A — and that law enforcement discovered the group through the investigation in Almeida’s case.
Almeida posted photos of firearms on social media, which led to his arrest. 4
Prior to Almeida’s arrest, the FBI followed anonymous tips that allegedly linked him to social media accounts containing vile posts about child sex abuse

The FBI did not immediately return The Post’s request for a comment on Thursday.

Members of 764 are thought to “use threats, blackmail and manipulation” to get vulnerable youth — particularly LGBTQ+ minors, racial minorities and those with mental health issues — to record acts of self-harm, animal abuse, sex acts and suicide, the FBI warning states.

The group targets victims through platforms like Roblox, Discord and Twitch, as well as curated Soundcloud playlists and the encrypted messaging app Telegram, researchers told the Guardian.

There are likely thousands of 764 members, with hundreds more active members trawling these platforms regularly, they added.
Almeida also had a bizarre cultish drawing and books in his home. 4
Almeida also had a bizarre cultish drawing and books in his home.

Though the FBI warning earlier this month marked the first time US law enforcement publicly mentioned 764, the circle has already made headlines overseas: A German teen accused of killing his Romanian foster family is believed to have been a participant, according to Romanian daily newspaper Libertatea.

The teenager had swastika and “764” tattoos, as well as “necro” — the same word Almeida used in one of his Instagram usernames — inked on his forearm, the outlet noted.

In addition to possession of child pornography, Almeida is accused of attempting to lure two underage girls into sexual activity — one of whom he allegedly targeted for the purpose of producing and disseminating child sex abuse material, the February indictment reads.

“As alleged, Almeida posed multiple threats to our community, not only as a felon in possession of a firearm, but also through targeting children as victims of sexual abuse,” FBI Assistant Director-in-Charge Michael Driscoll said in a statement at the time.
In another social media photo, Almeida posed in front of an O9A flag. 4
In another social media photo, Almeida posed in front of a flag for O9A, “a worldwide Satanist” group. Department of Justice

At a recent appearance in Brooklyn federal court, Almedia — who previously served 18 months behind bars in Florida on burglary charges — scoffed at the serious allegations against him.

“What the f–k do you even call a minor? You tell me what’s a minor,” he ranted when Judge Rachel P. Kovner detailed the content of the attempted child exploitation charges.

Earlier in the proceedings, Almeida claimed that he was diagnosed “with schizophrenic bipolar disorder” in 2018, but had never been medicated for the condition.
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After a lengthy evaluation process, Almeida was found competent to stand trial earlier this month. The trial is set to begin on Dec. 4.

If convicted, he faces a maximum penalty of life in prison.

Almeida’s counsel, Benjamin Silverman, did not return The Post’s request for a comment.
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UK Nazi Satanist group should be outlawed, campaigners urge
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A 16-year-old boy who cited the group as an influence was jailed this year for planning a terror attack
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A British neo-Nazi Satanist group should be outlawed by the government as a terrorist organisation, according to a report from anti-racism campaigners.

Hope Not Hate has used its annual State of Hate report to call for the Order of Nine Angles (ONA) to be banned.

The Home Office said the list of proscribed terrorist groups was kept "under review."

Last week two British extreme right-wing organisations were added their number.

One of them - Sonnenkrieg Division - was influenced by the ONA's Nazi-Satanist ideology, a supernatural worldview that encourages the disruption of society through violence, criminality and sexual offending.

In the past year four teenagers linked to the ideology have been jailed in the UK for terror offences, with one of them convicted of preparing for a terror attack by - among other things - trying to alter himself in line with instructions set out in ONA texts.

In court, prosecutors described the organisation as "self-consciously, explicitly malevolent" and the "most prominent and recognisable link between Satanism and the extreme right."

Hope not Hate's report says the occult organisation - thought to have been founded in the 1970s - has become increasingly prominent online, noting that its "terminology and trappings have taken on lives of their own, adopted into the lexicon of the wider terroristic far-right."

The anti-racist campaign group, which investigates violent extremism, argues that the group's "sick ideas have drawn in young extremists in the UK and elsewhere, and have helped nourish a dangerous culture of unprecedented depravity amongst the extreme right, which has none of the moral constraints that previous generations of far-right activists had."
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Yvette Cooper says the ONA's activities are "particularly troubling"

Yvette Cooper MP, chair of the home affairs select committee, said the home secretary "should immediately" refer the ONA to the government's proscription review group.

"The combination of Nazi-Satanism, extreme violence and sexual abuse makes it particularly troubling and action needs to be taken to prevent them grooming and radicalising other people," she said.

A Home Office spokesperson said action was being taken to "root out and dismantle the groups that promote extreme right-wing views and we are giving police the tools and resources they need to tackle this threat."

The spokesperson added: "We keep the list of proscribed organisations under review."

Counter-terrorism police have previously spoken about the increasing amount of work relating to "niche ideologies" such as violent Satanism.
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Calls grow for ban on Nazi-Satanist group
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Order of Nine Angles linked to murders and ritualised violence
Danyal Hussein in police custody. Reuters

Danyal Hussein in police custody. Reuters
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An extremist Nazi-Satanist organisation linked to several murders should be immediately banned by the British government, politicians have told The National.

Calls to ban the Order of Nine Angles (ONA), which has been linked to extremist ideology and acts of murder, have so far fallen on deaf ears at the Home Office, which has powers to proscribe the group - making it a criminal offence for meetings and other activities. It still remains able to operate without restriction.

“The Order of Nine Angles advocate sexual violence that is really pretty brutal and misogynistic,” Stephanie Peacock, MP, told The National. “There's a lot of evidence that this is a very bad group that is pushing a really terrible ideology.”
Forensic police examine the scene after MP Jo Cox was murdered in 2016. Getty Images
Forensic police examine the scene after MP Jo Cox was murdered in 2016. Getty Images

Investigations have previously found that a teenager convicted of randomly murdering sisters Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman in a London park last year was linked ONA. Material and a handwritten Satanic pact were found with Danyal Hussein, 19, who was convicted of the murders in July.

The ONA praises the Nazi era and rejects ethics, urging followers to violent acts to apparently open a gateway for evil energies. It has also praised extremist Islamist acts of mass murder.

The group has been active in Britain since the late 1960s but it appears that Covid-19 lockdowns have allowed its malign influence to prey online on vulnerable young men stuck at home.

A 16-year-old boy became the youngest person ever convicted of planning a terror attack in Britain last year with his actions swayed by ONA literature, the prosecution said.

There are growing concerns that the group has also established international foothold with cells in Germany, Sweden and more recently in America, where at least two serving soldiers have been convicted of violent acts in connection with the group.

“I can understand that the bar needs to be high when proscribing an organisation because you're effectively taking away someone's civil liberties,” Ms Peacock, the Barnsley East Labour MP said. “But the government has not given a reason why the organisation has not been proscribed. They seem to treat proscription like an endpoint not a beginning point but the whole point is, it's meant to be preventive.

“It’s hugely important that we tackle the Order of Nine Angles and I call on the government to take action and proscribe this organisation.”

The Home Secretary can use the law to proscribe a group if she believes it is involved in terror, that includes “promotions or encouragement of terrorism” but investigations are secretive.

“The Government does not routinely comment on whether an organisation is, or is not, being considered for proscription,” a Home Office spokesman said.
“The Order of Nine Angles advocate sexual violence that is really pretty brutal and misogynistic,” said Stephanie Peacock, MP. Photo: UK Parliament
“The Order of Nine Angles advocate sexual violence that is really pretty brutal and misogynistic,” said Stephanie Peacock, MP. Photo: UK Parliament

Ms Peacock, who has been joined Yvette Cooper, MP in seeking an ONA ban, was speaking after a Labour conference fringe event on “The Threat of the International Far Right” hosted by the Hope Not Hate campaign.

Labour MP Jo Cox was murdered by a far right extremist in 2016.
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Far right conspiracy forums “exploded” during the pandemic with the spread of the QAnon conspiracy theory of Satanist cults that has had a significant impact in America, said Joe Mulhall of Hope Not Hate.

“While this is shrinking as the lockdown has ended what we are seeing is the radicalisation of people and super conspiracies,” he said.

Populist politics, with figureheads such as Donald Trump and Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil, was “resurgent, growing and becoming more established” allowing Far Right groups to become more established, he warned.
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