Masschusetts: 5-Year-Old Girl Tied Down & Burned By 2 Sisters In Voodoo Ritual – 8-Year-Old Brother Threatened With Beheading


Nope, it’s not Islam, but apparently, these women have the same father, the devil.  Reports out of Massachusetts confirm that two sisters, engaged in a voodoo ritual, tied a 5-year-old girl down and proceeded to burn her face, permanently disfiguring her.

According to the report, the women were engaging in the criminal activity in an attempt to rid the young girl of a demon, which they believed were causing her to misbehave.

The young girl received third-degree burns across her face.  She was treated at a local hospital.

Her 8-year-old brother was also threatened with having his head cut off with a machete by the women.

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This is not the first time the boy and girl had been tied down either.

WHIO TV 7 reports:

The boy said his sister was tied down on at least two occasions while the sisters blew fire over her face and cut her on the arm and in the collar area with a needle-like object, drawing blood, according to police. The girl said the women also poured over her eyes a substance that stung.

Peggy LaBossiere, 51, and Rachel Hilaire, 40, of East Bridgewater, denied injuring the girl and threatening the boy, the Brockton Enterprise reported . They pleaded not guilty on Jan. 29 to mayhem, assault and other charges. A public defender for the women didn’t return a call seeking comment on Saturday.

Police say the girl’s mother is a hair stylist of Haitian descent who has LaBossiere as a client and requested the ritual. She has not been charged but is receiving mental health treatment.

The sisters will be back in Brockton Superior Court on Wednesday for a hearing to determine whether they’re too dangerous to be released.

The sisters told police that they have performed “cleansing baths” for family and friends in the past, something that involves chanting prayers, rubbing frankincense and eucalyptus oils and sea salt on their bodies, and burning myrrh, the newspaper reported. Children sometimes get burned as spirits leave the body, they said.

“The victim stated that Peggy [LaBossiere] would lean over her and kiss all around her face like a snake and used a pointy object like a needle to cut her on her arm and collar area,” according to a police report. “[LaBossiere] cut her enough so that she bled.”

All of this came at the request of the mother.

The women are facing several charges, including mayhem, indecent assault and battery on a child under 14, threats to commit murder and battery with a dangerous weapon.  They have pleaded not guilty.

Haiti is known for its wicked practices of Voodoo.  It’s also one of the countries mentioned in the alleged comment attributed to President Trump about “sh*thole” countries.  Whether he said it or not is somewhat irrelevant because the point is that cultures that give themselves over to these kinds of practices and belief systems inevitably become more and more depraved, and the culture of Voodoo is a prime example of what I’m saying.

America is becoming more and more like this.  As the people embrace more and more of the things that are not a part of our foundation (ie, atheism, Islam, Voodoo, Satanism, etc.) the more our culture will be brought down lower and lower and depravity will grow, bringing on more and more judgment.

These women should be dealt with justly in this matter to keep them from doing this to any more children, and the mother is also just as guilty for requesting it.

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