One could well understand why Harrisburg resident Angel Fox does not want George Feigley, 68, as a neighbor. Feigley is the former head of the Neo American Church in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, which was found to be a sex cult where children were abused by depraved church members. Since his 1975 conviction on charges of statutory rape, indecent assault and corrupting the morals of minors predated Megan’s Law, he will not be required to register as a sex offender. Moreover, since he was never given parole, he has no probation limitations.
The Neo American Church’s ,manifesto says, “We hold that the changes called creation and procreation are divine and that human sexuality is to humans the most available expression of that function of divinity.” They used that manifesto to justify abusing children who were regularly sexually assaulted and photographed.
Feigley was called “The Light of the World” but church members. Two of those members drowned in a prison sewer in what officials believe was an effort to break out the “Light of the World” from prison.
In 1976, Feigley escaped from a Pennsylvania prison and was captured two years later in West Virginia. He then escaped again from a local jail and was caught by the FBI.
Feigley has continued to espouse the value of sex and he was convicted in 1995 of attempting to have direct sexual activity involving children by telephone from prison.
His wife, Sandra, is waiting for him in the same house. She served a brief sentence in the case and runs a prison rights site on the Internet.
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