The Devil Made me do it with Kenneth Torres

Join us Sunday March 10th @ 11:30am PST / 2:30pm EST for The Devil Made me do it with Kenneth Torres
The Devil on Trial, as the first and only time demonic possession was used as a defense in a U.S. murder trial. In that case, however, the judge ruled that it was not an acceptable defense, and that he would not permit any evidence related to possession.
The trial, which took place in 1981 in Brookfield, Conn., became known as the “Devil Made Me Do It” case and drew national attention when 19-year-old defendant Arne Cheyenne Johnson attempted to deny responsibility for the killing of his landlord, Alan Bono, based on claims of possession.
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    Archbp. Kenneth Torres

    Born in NY and raised in NJ, Kenneth resides in the San Francisco Bay Area. He grew up experiencing a life of hauntings; an entity tormented his family during childhood, and he shared many paranormal encounters. He is of Puerto Rican descent and has ties to Santeria. One of his relatives was a high-level practitioner in this Caribbean practice. Kenneth is a US Marine veteran with honorable service who was medically retired while suffering injuries in service to his country. Kenneth had a background in counterterrorism and government contracting with the federal government. He then pursued his calling in ministry and helping families with the supernatural. In addition to a degree in Counterintelligence and Security Studies, he holds a Doctorate in Divinity and theology. He also has a master’s in Pastoral counseling and is a board-certified mental health coach. Has extensive experience in pastoral counseling, with a background in spiritual deliverance and exorcisms. He is part of the order of exorcists. With over 15 years of experience in this field, he has studied Occult and Demonology. Kenneth is the Archbishop and The Chief Exorcist in charge of the seminary program for the Solomonic Order of St. Michael the Archangel.
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