Oddly enough I found THIS earlier today:
Ritual Abuse Archive
Dec. 1993, Washington D.C, United States. On December 27, 1993, U.S. News and World Report cited that the Justice Dept. was reinvestigating the
The news article mentions that some of the unresolved questions are allegations that the Finders Group are linked to the Central Intelligence Agency
and whether or not the investigation into their activity had been closed inappropriately.
Overview: "The many unanswered questions about the Finders case now have Democratic Rep. Charlie Rose of North Carolina, Chairman of the House
Administration committee, and Florida's Rep. Tom Lewis, a Republican, more than a little exercised. "Could our own government have something to do
with this Finders organization and turned their backs on these children? That's what all the evidence points to," says Lewis, and there's a lot of
evidence."... "Law enforcement sources say some of the Finders are listed in the FBI's classified counterintelligence files."
As background, in early Feb. 1987 six children were taken into custody in Tallahassee, Florida. Two men were charged with child abuse, but charges
were dropped. The men said the children were "transporting these children to Mexico and a school for brilliant children" Their mothers were located
in a group called the Finders. At the same time, Washington, D.C., police and U.S. Customs Service agents raided a duplex apartment building and a
warehouse connected to the group. Customs Reports cite that among the evidence seized were detailed instructions on obtaining children for unknown
purposes around the world, child trafficking, instructions to keep the above six children moving and how to avoid detection, several photographs of
nude children that appeared to "accent" the child's genitals; photographs of children involved in animal rituals, an altar, jars of urine and
feces, and a staging area, all of which appeared to the Custom's Agents as an "indoctrination" center. Custom's agents were told to drop their
investigation because it had become a "CIA internal matter" and that is documented in their report.
"Officials of the U.S. Customs Service, called in to aid in the investigation, said that the material seized yesterday includes photos showing
children involved in bloodletting ceremonies of animals and one photograph of a child in chains. Customs officials said they were looking into whether
a child pornography operation was being conducted." See, "Officials Describe 'Cult Rituals' in Child Abuse Case", The Washington Post, Feb. 7,
1987 and, "Through a glass, very darkly: Cops, spies and a very odd investigation," U.S. News and World Report, December 27, 1993/January 3, 1994
Sure seems like our agencies are up to no good huh?!!