Two prominent LGBTQ activists, who are also married to each other, are facing a 17-count indictment for the rape, abuse, exploitation and child prostituting of their two adopted sons.
The adoptive fathers, 33-year-old government worker William Dale Zulock Jr. and 35-year-old banker Zachary “Zack” Jacoby Zulock, who was previously accused of raping a child, adopted two boys from an ostensibly Christian special needs adoption agency.
U.S media outlet Townhall has conducted an in-depth investigation into the horrific story and according to a copy of the 17-count indictment Townhall has obtained, the adoptive dads allegedly performed oral sex on both boys, forced the children to perform oral sex on them, and anally raped their sons. In at least one instance, the anal rape injured the older Zulock child, who just turned 11-years-old in mid-December.
The homosexual activists also allegedly used the gay sex app ‘Grindr’ to meet with other homosexuals who engaged in sexual abuse of the two boys and the pair admitted to filming their rape of the two little boys, footage which they then shared with other members of the homosexual community via social media.
Townhall is the first to publicly identify these two alleged members of a paedophile ring in the heart of the Peach State: 27-year-old Hunter Clay Lawless and 25-year-old Luis Armando Vizcarro-Sanchez, both of Loganville.
Townhall launched their in-depth investigation into this horrific case as major media outlets in the United States failed to adequately cover the horrendous case of abuse and the exposure of a much wider alleged paedophile ring. This lack of coverage has been alleged by some conservative pundits to be politically motivated.
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