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Self Proclaimed Son of God Wanted by the FBI for Sex Trafficking

And will the next Philippine President hand him over to the US to face trial?

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Son of God

He calls himself the appointed Son of God. In the Philippines, politicians seek his blessing, not for spiritual guidance but to win the votes of his church members.




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