South Korea sect leader to face probe over deaths
A leading South Korean sect leader, over three years ago, came under suspicion of sexually abusing his female members. His arrest and the charge of sexual abuse resulted in his suspension from the sect.
It was believed that this sect leader, who is well-known for his macho image, could not be placed under any kind of restraint. It was also said that he would escape one thing after another as long as he had to.
After this incident, the sect leader, a man by the name of Moon In-hyeon, quickly quit the sect in order to avoid further punishment and charges. It was hoped that as soon as he left the sect, the accusations against him would stop.
However, it appears that the sect leader has always been a womanizer. Now, according to the South Korean government, there are multiple deaths attributed to the sexual misconduct of their sect leader.
What is the connection between the sexual misconduct of the sect leader and the deaths of their members? How can a group come to terms with its leader having a history of debauchery?
First of all, you need to look at the backgrounds of all the members of the sect. If anyone on the leadership team had any ties to this issue at all, then you have to wonder what was going on.
Why are there multiple deaths attributed to this man? Why has he faced removal from the top position, and why did he quit the sect?
Most cults conduct their meetings away from prying eyes of outsiders, but they do have some kind of view on this topic. They also, more often than not, do not like to deal with allegations against them.
While it is difficult to have the church leaders and the sect leader both involved in a scandal, it is easy to have members being tortured and killed. This, once again, can only mean that one of them was involved in the abuse of the other.
There are several possible reasons why this could have happened. Firstly, if the sexual abuse of female members was happening, it is more likely that there would be questions asked in regards to the matter.
In addition, if the sexual abuse of members was occurring, it is more likely that the sect leader would be aware of it and cover up for it. It would then be more difficult to investigate what is going on.
The sexual abuse of females by the sect leader could be due to a more serious issue than he was dealing with on a day-to-day basis. Unfortunately, it appears that he has run off with the same kind of women from the church that he used to victimize.