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sexual abuse

    Tony Alamo Victims' Lawyer To Seek Sierra Highway Land

    A Texarkana lawyer seeking compensation for the victims of a pastor convicted of sex crimes against children said he’ll likely be seeking Tony Alamo’s Santa Clarita Valley properties in October. In the meantime, followers at Tony Alamo's Santa Clarita Valley properties on Sierra Highway continue to carry on the church in the name of Alamo. Santa Clarita Valley parking lots are still peppered with flyers about his ministry. Attorney W. David Carter said he’s been litigating properties for the victims of Alamo, whose real name is Bernie Lazar Hoffman, for nearly five years.

    Tony Alamo Victims' Lawyer Discusses Damages For Victims

    A lawyer for victims of Tony Alamo, a former evangelist convicted of taking underage girls across state lines for the purpose of sex, discussed recently how Alamo’s abuse victims could soon receive a portion of the more-than half-billion-dollar judgment against Alamo. Alamo, who’s known in the federal prison system as Bernie Lazar Hoffman, is 79 years old, and approximately four years into a 175-year prison sentence. His prison term was the end result a 2008 arrest warrant federal agents executed on several properties reportedly controlled by Alamo’s ministries -- including a Santa Clarita Valley lot in Saugus -- which are at the heart of a recent court dispute.

    UPDATE: Former Santa Clarita Valley Evangelist Alamo Hit With $500M Judgment

    An Arkansas judge hit Tony Alamo, a former Santa Clarita Valley evangelist, with a $500 million judgment Thursday

    FBI Seeks Help In Identifying Females Related To Sexual Abuse Case

    The FBI is seeking the public's assistance in identifying "Jane Doe #25" and "Jane Doe #26," two females believed to have information regarding a sexual abuse case involving a minor. Contact the FBI Los Angeles Field Office with any information.