Justice for Woman Allegedly Held Captive and Used in Blood Ritual

Target: Bexar County Texas Criminal District Attorney Nicholas LaHood

Goal: Help ensure maximum penalty for captors who allegedly kidnapped woman and used her in blood ritual.

A 25-year-old woman was allegedly kidnapped by four people and held captive for three days where a sheriff’s spokesman says she was drugged and used in a blood ritual by her captors. Authorities believe it was planned by a woman who blamed the victim for playing a role in her brother’s killing, although authorities say there was no indication that she was tied to the death.

For the three days in captivity, she was reportedly tied to a chair and drugged with what she believes was heroin. A sheriff’s office spokesman says she was used in a witchcraft blood ritual where her captors drew blood and cut her hair.

Had the victim not have been able to make a call to her mother (who then notified authorities), she probably would’ve been murdered. The “ringleader” is being held on aggravated kidnapping charges and she needs to stay behind bars as she’s a danger to society. With that said, please urge the district attorney to do everything he can to help ensure that the four monsters receive the maximum penalty for nearly killing an innocent young woman.


Dear Bexar County Texas Criminal District Attorney Nicholas LaHood,

A 25-year-old woman was allegedly kidnapped and tied to a chair for three days while being drugged and used in a sick witchcraft blood ritual where her captors drew blood from the victim and cut her hair.

This torturous crime is deserving of the most severe penalty allowed by law. The victim managed to call for help or else these demented people most likely would’ve murdered her. The captors are a danger to society and the victim deserves to at least be able to sleep at night without having to fear her captors ever again. Please help give the victim that sense of safety by seeing to it that the four captors receive the maximum penalty possible.


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Photo credit: Bexar County Texas Sheriff’s Office

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