The rotting corpse was found in Colorado ‘cult’ HQ, identified as group leader.
YouTube / Love Has WonDENVER, members of a quirky spirit group called “Love Has Won,” were taken to custody after the severely rotting bodies of the group leader, Amy Carlson, 45, were discovered. Calling her “Mother of God” was found dead in a mobile home in Casada Park, just west of Crestone, Saguache County Sheriff agents and detectives of the Colorado Bureau of Investigation found. The group̵7;s self-proclaimed “divine” after a member told them her body was sent to Colorado from all over the country, To Love Has Won, where law enforcement and former members once called “cult” – Be. Scofield first report While interviewed by law enforcement, the term “died” will not be used when referring to Carlson’s death, according to sources familiar with the case. They claimed Carlson was not dead but was simply “unable to communicate”, but Carlson’s sister Chelsea Anne Reninger confirmed the death by posting on her Facebook page. that “For those of you who know my sister Amy, I want to let you know. We found out that yesterday she was gone! Please pray for us and the people involved in this dire situation. We are choosing to remember who she is when she is regularly in our lives and not who she became from this deceptive cult! “Saguache County Sheriff’s Office Mr. Royce Brubacher told The Daily. Beast on Friday said officials found the body on Thursday inside. A mobile home that serves as the group’s headquarters. A law enforcement source familiar with the case added that Carlson had been dead for weeks and may have been deported from Oregon. The source said the body was in a condition where researchers could not formally identify her through fingerprints. But witnesses confirmed that the body belonged to Carlson. Love Has Won was streamed daily on their Facebook page “Daily Energy Event Update,” but did not mention Carlson’s death on the date. Friday, when The Daily Beast sent a message to the group on Facebook on Friday, someone replied, “What’s your love intention?” Before declined to comment on the group leader. In a live stream uploaded last week, group members mysteriously claimed that Carlson was “in a stasis” and denied medical care.Carlson’s picture is from a 2016 YouTube / Love Has Won video in the documentary VICE. Published in March, Carlson claims she’s been trying to save humanity for 19 billion years and says she believes everything society teaches is a lie. She thinks she’s the mother of all creation, ”Andrew Profaci, a former member who left the group five years ago, told The Daily Beast on Friday. Profaci said he had a car accident in 2002 that left a close friend of the group. He died and was in need. Of spiritual resetting, when he joined the group in 2015, he became Carl Ridge’s “Father God”. The two beings that made the universe. ”Profaci was basically her supervisor. “I value you and care for your every need. She drinks ten vodkas a night. When she drinks at night, she loses the ability to perceive. She would fall and walk into a wall, ”Profaci said. Saguache County Coroner Tom Perrin told The Daily Beast that there was no indication that her death was foul, explaining that she was very thin,” possible. “This woman was taking colloidal silver,” he said (the group used to hawk colloidials to treat compulsive behavior). He added that it was likely several weeks before the autopsy and toxicology reports were complete. Shown in this background image from a recent live stream, YouTube / Love Has Won, a senior law enforcement source speaking with The Daily Beast, said that when they arrived at the house, there were two children aged 13 and 2. Inside, the 13-year-old was taken to family services for custody, seven members of the group were taken to Rio Grande County prison at 1:30 am Thursday in connection with the deaths and held in a prison cell. Separately, Rio Grande Sheriff Sgt Jared Quintanos said Ryan Kramer, John Robertson, Jason Castillo and Obdulia Franco Gonzalez were in custody for $ 50,000 per person on charges of tar. Twice and one counts of tampering with the rest of the humans who have died, Christopher Royer and Sarah Rudolf are being tampered with. Arrested for two counts of child abuse and funeral abuse with a $ 2000 bond, Carin Raymond was jailed for two counts of child abuse, cremation abuse and a $ 5,000 false imprisonment. Seven will be held at Saguache County Courthouse on May 6, Profaci told The Daily Beast that he was following the group remotely and witnessed Carlson’s health deteriorating. “I have seen pictures of you in recent months,” he said. Her health deteriorated dramatically. Her legs are like a toothpick. When I was there, she was fine. ”He said he believed Carlson was never“ deliberately ”taking advantage of people, but in“ complete delusion ”as he assessed the group had multiple followers. Thousands of people around the world while he is a member. But this Colorado group was “just a house full of freelancers who smoke a lot of pots.” “Since I left, it has gotten much darker,” he said. They moved her body to Colorado to worship or something, ”Carlson’s family members said in a VICE documentary that Carlson worked at McDonald’s until she adopted a new generation of faith. At the age of 30 used on the website of the group. She claims to be in “534th Reincarnation in my mission to save my beloved planet, the center of the universe, and the first planet I created.” Supporters believe Carlson is a living thing. A holy that can heal sickness and will one day lead them. Into a new mysterious fifth dimension – if they financially supported the group. But the former member described the VICE group as a “cult” and said Carlson was a heavy drinker and behaving erratically. “It’s a lot, a lot of psychological manipulations, a lot of brainwashing,” said former member Taylor. One person told VICE, “She only let us sleep for four hours. We have to wake up every day at 5:00 AM. Everything… revolves around Amy. ”Profaci said the group believes it is spreading awareness of spiritual awakening and helping people“ awaken and deal with their inner BS. He ”group was forced. Left Hawaii last year when they tried to move to a home in Kauai. Neighbors protested the stay, and the outside protests escalated to the point that police had to facilitate the group’s exit, according to the Maui Police Department. “On Friday, September 4, protests increased and the group finally decided to leave Kauai for safety,” Carlson and 13 others flew back to Colorado police. Said at the time, read more at The Daily Beast, get our top stories in your inbox every day. 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