October 4, 2023

USA: 23yo Was Arrested For Gun Possession In Queens, New York. It Led The FBI To An International Pedophile Satanic Extortion Cult Targeting Children Ages 8 To 17 Over The Internet.

The Diggem published September 29, 2023: Pedophilic Satanic cult unmasked after arrest of 23-year-old on gun charges.
I wonder why I couldn't find news outlets reporting this information? This is the only video I found on YouTube. (emphasis mine)
The Guardian, UK
written by Ali Winston
Thursday September 28, 2023

An arrest on gun possession charges in Queens, New York, in November 2021 has led the Federal Bureau of Investigation to a pedophilic, Satanist extortion cult that has victimized dozens if not hundreds of minors, according to law enforcement documents, court records and sources with knowledge of the investigation.

Law enforcement discovered the organization, known as 764 and a range of aliases, while investigating alarming social media posts made by Angel Almeida, a 23-year-old resident of Astoria, Queens.

On 12 September 2023, the FBI issued a public warning about 764, noting the group 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”. The advisory is the first formal mention of 764 by any American law enforcement agency.

The group appears to target children between the ages of eight and 17, the advisory notes, and particularly focuses on young people of color, youth identifying as LGBTQ+ or youth who struggle with mental health issues. Researchers familiar with 764 indicate the group’s members cultivate ties with minors through a wide range of platforms: either in wildly popular games like Roblox or gaming communications platforms like Discord and Twitch, as well as curated playlists on the streaming service SoundCloud. The group’s main form of communication is on Telegram, which has long been the platform of choice for many far-right extremists.

Members “use threats, blackmail and manipulation” to get youth to record videos showing acts of self-harm, animal cruelty, sexual acts and even suicide, the authorities warn. The footage is then circulated among members to extort victims further and exert control over them. In the group’s channels, members share violent “gore” videos depicting torture, lethal violence and other such acts, in an effort to desensitize viewers to acts of ultra violence.

The key motivators for the group, according to authorities, is “to gain notoriety and rise in status within their group”.

Documents and sources familiar with 764 indicate the group is an offshoot of the Order of Nine Angles (O9A), a violent, subversive amalgam of esoteric Hitler worship, Satanism and Wiccan tenets that American authorities recognize as a terrorist ideology and that has been connected with murders and attempted terrorist attacks in countries including the US, Britain, Germany, Canada and Russia.

Sources with knowledge of investigations into 764 indicate the group has a network of a couple thousand participants and hundreds of highly active members who generate and disseminate the bulk of the child pornography and gore videos found in the group’s channels on Telegram, Discord and more obscure platforms like Matrix.

Like many online-based extremist organizations, 764 involves people around the world, including people in the UK and Germany. A German teenager who is accused of murdering his foster family in Romania is suspected of participating in 764, according to reporting from Der Spiegel and Romanian outlet Libertatea.
Of course he would support massacreing Christians 👇, he is a Satanist. (emphasis mine)
The FBI was directed to Almeida by an anonymous tipster flagging his social media accounts, which contained images of violence against children and violence against animals. In one of the posts, Almeida expressed support for Dylann Roof, the white supremacist who massacred African American churchgoers in Charleston in 2015. Another showed him toting a shotgun while shirtless, and wearing a skull mask and crossed bandoliers of rifle ammunition across his chest with a flag in the background featuring an Order of Nine Angles symbol.

While searching Almeida’s apartment in New York, investigators recovered a 9mm handgun, bandoliers of rifle ammunition, books pertaining to the Order of Nine Angles, and a flag bearing the insignia of an American O9A offshoot, the Tempel ov Blood, according to a November 2021 detention memorandum filed by federal prosecutors.

The most telling item was an O9A “blood covenant” featuring a blood-smeared drawing of a hooded figure with glowing red eyes surrounded with sigils for four O9A deities and the caption Vindex, Nythra, Satan and Abatu. At the bottom of the page is an oath: “A covenant signed in blood. May the DEVIL walk with you always – SATANAE MANIBUS” (“by Satan’s Hand” in Latin). Similar indicia have been found in possession of O9A-influenced killers in Britain and Canada.

Almeida, who had served an 18-month sentence in Florida for third degree burglary in 2018, was arrested for being a felon in possession of a firearm and detained in Brooklyn’s metropolitan detention center. In February 2023, federal prosecutors in the eastern district of New York filed a superseding indictment tacking on child pornography and child exploitation charges related to his activities in 764 and the hundreds of thousands of digital files recovered from four separate devices in his apartment. In the new charges, prosecutors allege Almeida coerced a teenage girl into having sexual relations with an older man and convinced another girl to cut herself, record the act on camera and send it to him.

Almeida was deemed fit for trial earlier this month, despite repeated violent behavior in the court room, including attempts to attack a justice department staffer in the audience and his own court-appointed counsel on separate occasions in June and September. His court-appointed counsel – the fourth attorney who has represented Almeida since his arrest in 2021 – did not respond to requests for comment about the allegations against his client.

The trial is currently scheduled for 4 December. If convicted, Almeida faces a potential maximum of life in federal prison.

In the US, call or text the Childhelp abuse hotline on 800-422-4453 or visit their website for more resources and to report child abuse or DM for help. For adult survivors of child abuse, help is available at ascasupport.org. In the UK, the NSPCC offers support to children on 0800 1111, and adults concerned about a child on 0808 800 5000. The National Association for People Abused in Childhood (Napac) offers support for adult survivors on 0808 801 0331. In Australia, children, young adults, parents and teachers can contact the Kids Helpline on 1800 55 1800, or Bravehearts on 1800 272 831, and adult survivors can contact Blue Knot Foundation on 1300 657 380. Other sources of help can be found at Child Helplines International.

The New York Post
written by Olivia Land
Thursday September 28, 2023

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.


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.

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.

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.

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.
The Daily Star, UK
written by Reanna SmithUS News Reporter
Tuesday October 3, 2023

A violent organisation uncovered by the FBI are actually a sub-group of a much bigger neo-Nazi Satanic cult operating around the world, it's feared.

The FBI issued a public warning about the group on September 12, revealing they are “deliberately targeting minor victims on publicly available messaging platforms to extort them into recording or live-streaming acts of self-harm and producing child sexual abuse material".

They warned the group target children between the ages of eight and 17, particularly LGBTQ+ youth, racial minorities and minors struggling with mental health issues. They use threats, blackmail, extortion and manipulation tactics to get victims to record themselves "harming animals or committing self-harm" as well as "suicide, murder, or other acts of violence."


Sources familiar with the 764 group told The Guardian they use popular games like Roblox, gaming platforms including Discord and Twitch and curated playlists on SoundCloud to get to their young victims. But they also claimed the group is actually an offshoot of the older and larger Order of Nine Angles (O9A), a Satanic Hitler-worshipping group with influence among neo-Nazi organisations across the globe.

The Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD), a non-profit human rights organisation based in London, calls O9A a "decentralized, Satanic, neo-Nazi organization" that seeks to overthrow Western governments and replace them with "a new imperial order based on Fascism, Social Darwinism and Satanism".

O9A was first established in the UK in the 1970s by neo-Nazi David Myatt, whose teachings included the concept of "Aeonics" – the belief that every human civilisation corresponds to a time period or "aeon". The cult's followers believe the current aeon, Western civilisation, will fall and be replaced by a new social order of Nazi revival dubbed the "Imperium". They also believe another aeon will eventually lead to the Aryan race colonizing outer space.

According to ISD, the group believe Judeo-Christian values including racial equality, human rights, democracy, communism, and capitalism are standing in the way of their new Nazi order. So, members are "encouraged to commit random acts of extreme violence, sexual assaults and the 'culling' of human victims to accelerate the breakdown of the current Judeo-Christian Western system".

The group became active on social media around 2008 and between April 2019 to April 2021, eight nazis linked to O9A were convicted of terror offences in the UK, HOPE not Hate reported. But the online presence of O9A and 764 means their influence is far-reaching, with some of the group's supporters accused of murder, paedophilia, rape, terrorism, and other crimes in the US, Canada, Russia, Germany and elsewhere too.

Earlier this year, former US soldier Ethan Phelan Melzer was sentenced to 45 years for attempted murder after he planned an attack on his army unit by sending sensitive details like the unit's location to Order of the Nine Angles. In September 2020 a 34-year-old man was charged with murder after stabbing a Muslim man to death in Toronto and his social media accounts were linked to O9A.

Meanwhile, a German teenager currently accused of murdering his foster family in Romania was allegedly radicalised by online Satanist Nazi groups and had the number 76, in reference to the 764 group, written on his bedroom walls. Back in 2021, the FBI uncovered 764 when they received an anonymous tip about Almeida's social media accounts and as they investigated they made disturbing discoveries.

According to a November 2021 detention memo filed by federal prosecutors, Almeida "expressed interest in and posts photographs consistent with violence against and sexual exploitation of minors" on his social media accounts. In one post, he expressed support for white supremacist Dylann Roof, who murdered nine black church members in Charleston in 2015.

Another post contained a video of an airsoft-style gun being shot at a dog and other posts show Almeida posing with firearms. But his social media posts also linked him to O9A, with several pictures of Almeida featuring a flag with an O9A symbol.

When investigators searched his home, they found a 9mm handgun, bandoliers, rifle ammunition, the O9A flag in the images and more objects linking Almeida to the Nazi cult, including extremist satanism books. But among the most disturbing find was a "blood covenant," a blood-smeared drawing of a hooded figure surrounded by O9A symbols.

Almeida was released from prison in 2020 after serving 18 months in Florida for third-degree burglary and was arrested for being a felon in possession of a firearm following the search of his home in November 2021. But hundreds of thousands of digital files recovered from separate devices in his apartment led federal prosecutors to file a superseding indictment that tacked on charges of child exploitation and enticement of minors in February 2023.

As part of the new charges, Almeida is accused of luring a teenage girl to have sex with an older man and coercing another to send him a video of her self-harming. His trial is set to begin on December 4, if convicted he faces spending the rest of his life in prison.

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