A sex slavery cult was raided on the border of the United States and Mexico, Mexican immigration authorities announced on Jan. 29, 2013. The sex-slavery ring was particularly unusual in that the "Defensores de Cristo," or "Defenders of Christ," were allegedly selecting women to have sexual relations with a Spanish man whom they claimed was the reincarnation of Jesus Christ himself, reported Daily Mail.
Ignacio Gonzalez de Arriba is the leader of the sex slavery cult. He is the man whom followers believed was the second coming of Christ. The cult has its own website at DefensoresDeCristo. There have already been 13 million visitors to the site. Cult leader Ignacio Gonzalez de Arriba also has his own website where he proclaims:
"Ignacio Gonzalez above, be of light, love and happiness to our universe. The Maestro Ignacio González de Arriba is a person full of hope and good
intentions for our planet, also known as master Fenix. Fenix master is a very special, very beloved by all his sees person in view of his large works, those equitable to Jesús Christ of 2,000 years ago. Dr Ignacio González de Arriba is a professional of excellence Hipnologo, programmer and Doctor of Divinity, the highest title that can get a person in biblical studies. It is also the defender of Christ . . . "
The strange sex slavery cult allegedly forced its followers into prostitution and other sexual services. Followers also paid tithes either in cash or labor.
During the raid, cult members were discovered living in filth in a home near Laredo, Texas. Children were also present and living in deplorable conditions.
Two dozen people were detained, 14 of whom were foreigners. The 14 foreigners detained included nationals of Spain, Brazil, Bolivia, Venezuela and Argentina. The remaining 10 detainees were Mexicans. It is currently unknown which of the detainees were victims of the cult and which may have been their oppressors.