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15-Year-Old Traditional Catholic Targeted and Arrested by the FBI

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Remember when that FBI memo was leaked to Congress, targeting Traditional Catholics as “domestic terrorists” and “white supremacists?” FBI Director Christopher Wray claimed that he was “appalled” by the memo. He said that it was the work of a lone individual at a field office who had gone rogue. It was never implemented, Wray claimed, and then he had disciplined this unknown rogue agent who crafted the memo.

That was all a lie. Wait until you hear about the nightmare that Joe Biden’s Gestapo agents in the FBI put the Rufini family through in Connecticut this year.

 

Jeremiah Rufini and his family are traditional Catholics living in Connecticut. Jeremiah works as a trained chef, and he volunteers his services at a local soup kitchen in Middletown, preparing food for the homeless. He and his wife have five kids and they homeschool all of them. In addition to running his family’s business, Jeremiah supports his wife’s 93-year-old mother who lives in an apartment in their home.

Mr. Rufini was diagnosed with esophageal cancer last year. When he became too sick from the chemotherapy to work full-time, the Rufini family had their 15-year-old son start caring for his 93-year-old grandmother, while Mrs. Rufini went out and got a job to help make ends meet. The family doesn’t allow any of their kids to have cellphones or electronic devices. But, since the 15-year-old son was caring for his elderly grandmother, they decided to let him have a phone for emergency purposes. Makes sense, right?

The boy ended up with a lot of free time on his hands, so his mom says the phone became a welcome distraction. He’s a homeschooled traditional Catholic, so he wasn’t looking at porn or playing Candy Crush on the phone. He started studying two of his main interests—history and theology.

That’s when an FBI agent found the boy in a private Catholic chatroom and latched onto him.

Pretty soon, the FBI had befriended the 15-year-old and started sending him down a rabbit hole. They pretended to be likeminded Catholic teenagers. They convinced him to start posting memes and other photographs in a private chatroom that no one else was seeing. In one instance, the agents told him to print out memes and leave them on picnic tables in public parks, which the boy did.

They convinced him to put on a ski mask and take pictures of himself in public places, like he’s some sort of terrorist. The FBI asked if the Ruffini family had any guns in their home. The boy told them that they did, and he likes to go out target shooting with his dad and his uncle. They had him surreptitiously snap pictures of the guns and post them in this private chatroom.

Everybody sees where this is going, right?

The boy felt like something was “off” and he started feeling guilty about his online activities. So, he deleted all the chat apps from his phone and confessed everything to his parents. When he vanished from the chat rooms, the FBI spent the next two weeks convincing a judge that he was a domestic terrorist they had been monitoring. They told the judge that the 15-year-old had “gone dark” and showed the judge pictures of the boy in a ski mask and of guns in the home and of the boy posting memes on picnic tables. They convinced the court that they could divert an upcoming white supremacist terrorist attack, but only if they’re granted a warrant to kick in the Ruffini’s front door.

The judge granted a warrant, and the FBI raided the Ruffini family home in the middle of the night earlier this year. They locked the Ruffinis in handcuffs and stuffed the whole family in a van. They seized the family’s guns. The FBI didn’t charge the boy with anything, because he is a minor. However, based on the FBI’s “evidence,” the State of Connecticut charged him as a minor with several crimes.

It cost the family thousands of dollars in legal fees before the state charges against the boy were laughed out of court. His attorneys easily proved that the boy had been lured into all of this by the FBI. After the boy’s charges were disposed of, the state came back and charged Jeremiah and his brother for taking the boy target shooting and teaching him firearm safety, based on the assumption that they must have known the boy was a “terrorist.”

The Ruffinis were facing tens of thousands of dollars in legal fees and the possibility of losing their home. Jeremiah finally set up a GiveSendGo campaign asking other Christians for help this month. Fortunately, the campaign went viral and the Ruffini family has raised more than enough to cover their legal bills and get their mortgage back on track.

Christopher Wray and the FBI Gestapo put this innocent Catholic family through hell. You don’t have to donate anything to the Ruffini family at this point, although you still can if you want. You can let the family know you’ll be praying for them on their GiveSendGo page.

We all need to stick together in moments like this when this radical communist government targets innocent Americans and tries to frame us on false charges.


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