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He amended his confession to claim that he had been a member of a murderous Satanic cult that orchestrated the incidents as ritual murder. In 1996 a new investigation into the murders was launched in regards to the Satanic Cult claim but suspended indefinitely after inconclusive findings.
Berkowitz began to claim that he had joined a Satanic cult in the spring of 1975. He had met some of its members at a party, and initially thought the group was involved only in occult activities such as séances and fortune telling; the group, however, gradually introduced him to drug use, sadism, crime and murder. Berkowitz states that he knew roughly two dozen core members in New York – the "twenty-two disciples of hell" mentioned in the Breslin letter – and that the group had ties across the U.S. in drug smuggling and other illegal activities.
The problem with psychopaths and sociopaths is that they practice so hard at appearing normal, it is hard to tell what they truly want, desire, and are doing.
reply to post by shockedonlooker
We haven't heard more because there isn't more to hear..... There are no Satanic cults. Christians have just been fooled by psychos claiming that since the dark ages. The religious haven't ever been the quickest at the figuring out of things. Lol