Presidio Army Base
Role in #Pizzagate
Presidio Army Base, as well as several other bases including Fort Mead, are under FBI investigation for abuses that occurred at on-base daycare centers. The abuses ranged from Satanic Ritual Abuse to molestation and sexual assault.
U.S. Army refused to take away Aquino's high-level security clearances after his involvement in the satanic abuse of young children was exposed.
- 14Aug1987 - San Francisco police raided the home of career Army Intelligence Colonel Michael Aquino and his wife Lilith... evidence proving that the home had been the hub of a satanic pedophile ring, operating in and around U.S. military bases.
- Sept1987 - Baptist minister Gary Hambright was one of the abusers. He was indicted on charges that he committed "lewd and lascivious acts" with children ranging from three to seven years old...charged were dropped
- 16Nov1987  - (NYTimes) ARMY WILL CLOSE CHILD-CARE CENTER
- - "...Maj. Greg Rixon, an Army spokesman at the Pentagon, said the Presidio Child Development Center would be closed Friday and a new center would be opened by April... some children were afraid to return to the center... Gary Willard Hambright, 34 years old, a former worker at the center and a former Southern Baptist minister, has been charged with abusing 10 boys and girls there... He was indicted Sept. 30... At least four children were discovered to have chlamydia, a sexually transmitted disease... Mr. Hambright was charged with molesting only 10 children because other victims were so young they would not be allowed to testify in court... more than 70 children had been interviewed by Army therapists as potential abuse victims... Allegations of sexual abuse have surfaced at more than 10 percent of those centers since 1984. Among them are the centers at Fort Dix in New Jersey and the United States Military Academy at West Point...I hope the Navy, the Air Force and the Coast Guard pay attention too, he said at a Saturday news conference with other parents..."
- 22April1989 - U.S. Army sent letters to the parents of at least 56 of the children believed to have been victims, urging them to have their children tested for the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
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