Gay Exorcism On YouTube Causes Controversy WTIC Google Chrome





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Uploaded on Jun 25, 2009

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. - Gay rights advocates are outraged over a video that shows a Connecticut church performing an apparent exorcism of a boy to drive out what the church elders call his homosexual demons.

The 20-minute video was posted on YouTube before it was taken down.

Robin McHaelen, executive director of True Colors, an advocacy group for gay youths, said the video appeared abusive and she planned to report the incident to the Connecticut Department of Children and Families.

The boy confirmed he is 16, but declined to comment.

Patricia McKinney, pastor of Manifested Glory Ministries in Bridgeport, claimed the boy is 18 and came to the church last year and collapsed on the floor during a service. She denied the church is prejudiced and says they took care of the youth.


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