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Christian Coalition leader confesses to sexually abusing family members
 
 
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Last October, Lou Beres, former head of the Oregon Christian Coalition, denied allegations made by family members that he had molested them, blaming "personal and political enemies" for motivating the complaint. But now, according to Gay Rights Watch, Beres has confessed to the charges.

Sources from within the family tell us that Lou Beres told the truth because he thought the police report would stay sealed and the statute of limitations were over.

He got that part right... but not in civil court. Now we've got the report and Mr. Beres is being sued by Liz Jonas, one of the victims he admitted to molesting.

...Beres claims in the police report that he "has sinned in the past". The investigating detective recorded the phone call with Lou Beres with his permission. During this phone call Beres made admissions to three separate victims at three different times. All involved underage females.

In typical fashion, this good Christian child molester has dedicated his public life to denying opportunity to those hideous deviants, the LGBT community. In his role as head of Oregon's Christian Coalition, Beres led the charge against same-sex marriage in that state, suing Multnomah County after it began issuing same-sex marriage licenses, trying (and failing) to force a recall vote for two Multnomah County commissioners who approved the decision, advocating a state constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage, and opposing legislation that would have permitted civil unions. And when he wasn't busy hatin' on the gays, he was diddling his own daughters.

(Hat tip Pam's House Blend; Gay Rights Watch)

Melissa McEwan writes and edits the blog Shakespeare's Sister .