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Was Robert Lewis Dear blackmailed and extorted into committing murder at the Planned Parenthood in Colorado Springs by Rev. Bob Enyart?
An active investigation initiated by Denver FBI of Enyart and his followers shortly before the attack by Dear suggests that might be the case.
Write Into Action is releasing never before heard audio of American Right to Life’s (formerly Colorado Right to Life) founding president, Brian Rohrbough, which may hold the key to why there was a shooting at the Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood on Friday, November 27, 2015.
Statements from Rohrbough, a Columbine parent and former candidate on the U.S. Presidency ticket, are part of an FBI investigation of Robert Adolph Enyart and his Denver Bible Church that began in early November, 2015.
The statements capture Rohrbough discussing Enyart with Danielle Kekoa, Northglenn, Colorado. Kekoa was interviewed by the FBI on November 24. She provided extensive information to the FBI about Enyart and DBC.
Danielle Kekoa and her husband, Curtis Kekoa, are former members of DBC, which they describe as a dangerous cult. The Kekoa’s say Enyart is “satanic” and posing as a Christian pastor. They say he has infiltrated the pro-life movement and operates what he calls his “shadow government”. They believe he is involved in the murder of JonBenet Ramsey in 1996.
According to Danielle Kekoa, the FBI said they didn’t want another “Dr. Tiller”.
The Kekoa’s say Enyart utilizes mind-control, blackmail, and extortion to force and coerce others into committing acts they don’t want to do.
Danielle Kekoa said she advised Special Agent Kimberly Milka, Denver FBI, that Enyart is a “shot-caller”. She cautioned that Enyart would likely now act out and to “expect it”.
Rohrbough’s statement’s regarding Enyart corroborates and confirm the Kekoa’s assertions about Enyart.
“He is perhaps the most dishonest and deceptive man I have ever met in my life. He is a blatant liar and his whole thing is to try to get people into following and worshipping him,” Rohrbough said.
Recent news reports that allege Dear sought sadomasochistic sex online coincide with Rohrbough’s statements about Enyart.
“This is a guy (Bob Enyart) that once told Steve Curtis and I that he has someone in the office review his internet use every week to make sure he’s not looking at pornography – we were both laughing about it – like he wouldn’t know how to delete what he’s really looking at,” Rohrbough said.
Rohrbough's lessons regarding Enyart and his ability to feign Christianity and a passion for pro-life principles were hard learned. Rohrbough and Enyart once co-signed a scathing letter, which they sent to Dr. James Dobson, Focus on the Family, after a Supreme Court ruling.
The letter, which take Dr. Dobson to task for his position on the Court’s ruling, contains the names of 30 individuals listed as “Leaders Condemning this Evil Ruling”.
But Rohrbough's sentiments of Enyart soon changed.
“You’re not dealing with a Christian entity. He’s an evil guy,” Rohrbough said.
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