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Fundamentalist Christian group scrubbing photos of ministers touching children in public schools after being outed

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Todd Becker Foundation Deleted Photos

Fundamentalist Christian group, the Todd Becker Foundation, was outed Tuesday for going into public schools and trying to convert other people’s children.

The Freedom From Religion Foundation specifically noted that the group’s school assemblies are actually “prayer sessions” and they seem “disturbingly intimate.” Their newsletter and Facebook page shows several photos from interactions between the ministers and these children.

“The foundation often takes photos of these interactions to use on social media and promotional materials,” FFRF said in their report on the group. “After these conversations, the foundation collects the student’s personal information so that local clergy can continue to contact students long after the foundation has left.”

Amid the FFRF’s letters and exposé Raw Story wrote about Tuesday, it seems the Todd Becker Foundation is scrubbing photos from their website that shows these ministers touching children. Any evidence of the physical contact with minors and intimate proselytizing has been removed.

You can see some of the photos that FFRF was able to capture before they were removed below:

Todd Becker Foundation deleted photos

Todd Becker Foundation deleted photos (Photos: Freedom from Religion Foundation)

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Todd Becker Foundation deleted photos

Todd Becker Foundation deleted photos (Photos: Freedom from Religion Foundation)

Todd Becker Foundation deleted photos

Todd Becker Foundation deleted photos (Photos: Freedom from Religion Foundation)

Todd Becker Foundation deleted photos

Todd Becker Foundation deleted photos (Photos: Freedom from Religion Foundation)

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