Four men from Pennsylvania are facing charges of child sexual abuse; Victims of all Jehovah’s Witnesses

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania (WHTM) – Four Pennsylvania men are charged with child sexual abuse, according to the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office.

The Attorney General’s Office states that each of the victims of the accused were minors and members of Jehovah’s Witness circles.

Charges have been made against Jesse Hill

Former Berks County and now resident of the State of Georgia, Jose Serrano of Lancaster County, Eric Alim More of Butler County Robert Ostrander Former County of Cambria and now resident of New York City, for child sexual abuse and exploitation.

The Attorney General’s Office said that when agents from the Attorney General’s Office and Butler County Police attempted to detain Elim, he retreated to his bathroom and committed suicide behind closed doors.

‚ÄúThese cases are troubling, the allegations are difficult to understand and they all share a common bond. The 19 victims and four men accused of sexual assault are all members of Jehovah’s Witnesses. Attorney General Josh Shapiro said these children deserved to be protected and to grow up in peace, not to be victims. “My office will not stop until these defendants are held accountable for their crimes against innocent children and until justice is done for these brave survivors.”

The charges come from the 49th Investigative Grand Jury and are indicted by the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office. The investigation revealed that these men had sexually abused and exploited 19 minors with whom they had close contact, sometimes even their own children.

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