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CHRIST AT THE SEA FOUNDATION Overview
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Christ at the sea foundation is a fraud. Miller Newton created this fake foundation to hide his assets, and have the properties he owns taken off the tax rolls. I wouldn't give a bent penny to this fake foundation.
He is a liar, a con man, and likes to think that he has control over people.
This man, Virgil Miller Newton, a/k/a "Fr." Cassian Newton ran a "rehab" called Straight, Inc. He was run out of at least 5 states, including Florida, for child abuse in that organization. He tried to become a psychologist in order to work with kids again, but was ordered to work under the ...
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I also was abused by this man, who renamed himself "Father Cassian" in order to hide himself from the abuse, and divorce himself from the million dollars in lawsuits that were brought against him for creating the treatment cult called KIDS Centers of America. I was in the last one called KIDS of ...
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