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Robert L Hymers III Is In Deep Doodoo

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2011/06/08


Robert L Hymers, III has been indicted for fraud, identity theft, grand theft auto. Along with Lenny Dykstra. While Dykstra is the more famous, the schadenfreude should be directed at Hymers’ travails. Little Miss Attila has the coverage of Hymers’ troubles with the law.

But it’s “Who is Robert L Hymers, III” that is the real story here. And Little Miss Attila has first-hand information on that. Very first-hand. As in, she not only had to deal with him and his lawyers directly, she had to deal with his father personally. And it’s a very ugly story.

You see, Dr Robert L Hymers, Jr (how’d he get “Dr”? Cracker Jack box involved?) was her pastor back in the 1970s. When she was raped. As a 14-year-old. By a “boy” in Hymers’ cult. (I forget if he was 17 or 18.) And Hymers Jr labeled her as a sexual deviant.

Anyway, RL Hymers, III, who has been indicted on fraud, identity theft, grand theft auto charges, previously tried to bully Little Miss Attila, and went so far as to “report” her to the FBI as a “hate group” that basically wanted to murder Hymers, Jr. And, of course, used an attorney (who had multiple conflicts of interest in the case (sure sounds to me he was a Hymers cultist)).

You really need to go to the Little Miss Attila link above and follow her own Hymers links to her own blogsite to catch the full fury and evil hatred that is Hymers Jr, and apparently his son. (Who couldn’t see that one coming? Apple, tree, some assembly required.)

Like I said, vicious, evil, threatening. Also stalkerish and lying.

Here’s a Hymer Jr fact for you: he demanded that she return to his “church” and confess, repent and be beholden to, else she ain’t goin’ to no heaven place. Trust me on this one, neither of the Hymerses will step foot past the Pearly Gates with their dogma. For Hymers Jr to claim that Little Miss Attila had to go back to that specific “church” to publicly confess her “sins” in order to receive Providence’s forgiveness and no other “sin” confession in any other church would gain Providence’s forgiveness is beyond the pale. He was a cult leader then and from my understanding, he is still a cult leader today.

Here’s a hint: If you sin, that’s between you, Providence, and whomever is impacted by your sin. No other people need be involved in forgiveness. In fact, Providence doesn’t depend on any human for His forgiveness, and neither does the sinner. And Providence does not require any deeds, works, or repetitions for a sinner to be forgiven of the sins. Any claims otherwise are absolutely false. And dangerously close to being cultlike.

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8 Responses to “Robert L Hymers III Is In Deep Doodoo”

  1. Foxfier said

    Even we Catholics agree that the Almighty doesn’t need a human for forgiveness– He put in a system (which Hymers is NOT a party to!) for normal use, but no humans are absolutely required, let alone one specific psycho lower-case-c-church.

    I’m not an expert, but I think the long list of horrible actions (abuse of innocence, attacking the wronged, false witness^nth, lying in a dozen ways, acting without love, etc) by those blankers is made even worse by being a sin against the Holy Spirit. NOT a good idea, to put it mildly.

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  2. I’m not an expert, but I think the long list of horrible actions (abuse of innocence, attacking the wronged, false witness^nth, lying in a dozen ways, acting without love, etc) by those blankers is made even worse by being a sin against the Holy Spirit. NOT a good idea, to put it mildly.

    Agreed and agreed.

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  3. [...] sins. Any claims otherwise are absolutely false. And dangerously close to being cultlike. ________ Cross-Post Filed under Christianity, Crime and Punishment, Culture and Society, Families, Lack Of [...]

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  4. DNW said

    Never heard of the guy, and don’t know who he is. I did see the word “sociopath” used in connection with the family and it’s business; and although it may seem distressing to think of outright sociopaths as using the vehicle of religion in order to enrich themselves, it shouldn’t surprise us any.

    There is hardly enough room for them all in the field of politics.

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  5. DNW, you should really goto LMA and follow her links. You’ll learn more than you ever wanted to know about that family. Power corrupts; absolute power corrupts absolutely. Jr and III are absolutely corrupt and LMA is but one of a vast multitude of victims of Jr’s cult. It truly is filthy and ugly and disgusting what the Hymers clan has done. Schadenfreude is the perfect word to describe this event.

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  6. David Chamberlain said

    I am a witness that what LMA experienced is common place in this cult. Hymers never changes, the name of the cult may change but not the tactics employed. Sociopath is a very accurate term to describe Hymers Jr. and the 3rd, this is not an exageration. The “counseling sessions” of Hymers and his cronies have cause phycological damage and those who are fortunate to get outside proffesional counseling have certainly been fortunate. I am an individul who needed couseling and deprogramming from Hymers’ tactics and I have some friends that are former members who needed counseling as well.

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  7. Foxfier said

    DNW-
    I think that sociopath type folks may be getting more common– either that, or my husband and I really suck at choosing online groups. Two guilds in a row ended up with leadership that has the same dehumanizing-for-power traits. When I try to look on the upside, that might make folks less likely to fall victim to it in skinspace… then again, it works so incredibly well online that I worry about humanity in general.

    It’s one thing to produce folks like this, it’s another to have folks lining up to be sheep, even when they’ve been shown the risks. David and LMA show it’s POSSIBLE to get wise… is there some sort of mental quirk in humanity that makes us go “ooh, yeah, that’s for me?”

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  8. is there some sort of mental quirk in humanity that makes us go “ooh, yeah, that’s for me?”

    There’s a hole that people will fill with just about anything.
    There’s someone who knows all the answers (too bad they’re all wrong).
    There’s a strong leader who knows the direction to go and how to get there (wrong there but at least we’re moving).

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