PNG’s Madang National Court on Wednesday found failed Lutheran pastor Steven Tari, known as Black Jesus or King Yali, guilty of four counts of rape, with sentencing to come later this month.
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The court case against the Papua New Guinea cult leader who calls himself ‘Black Jesus’ has begun.
A cult leader in Papua New Guinea known as “Black Jesus” is facing at least 30 charges of murder and rape.
He called himself Black Jesus but Steven Tari was a false prophet, according to police in Papua New Guinea, where the Bible school drop-out will face charges of murder and cannibalism after being captured in a jungle village.
An elusive cult leader, who calls himself “Black Jesus”, has been arrested in the jungle of eastern Papua New Guinea.
While the local police have confirmed that the bodies of three murdered young girls have been exhumed from crude jungle graves, are these reports of child sacrifice and cannibalism true, or simply borne out of fertile imagination and rumour? And who is this brutal, murdering self-styled prophet?
Scores of police have been sent to the jungles of remote Papua New Guinea to hunt for a cult leader known as the Black Jesus, who is said to have sacrificed three young women to the devil and eaten their bodies.
Flourishing cargo cult activities in isolated villages in the mountains of Madang province have become a major concern for the people, government and church authorities in Papua New Guinea.
More than 50 followers of cult leader Steven Tari, also known as Black Jesus’, surrendered to authorities in Papua New Guinea.
The family of the girl allegedly murdered by her mother and cult leader Steven Tari, alias “Black Jesus” have denied the girl was cannibalised as reported in this paper’s front page story yesterday.