Host Rick Wood and producer Brian Shilhavy started off the show discussing how most of the nation’s child sex slaves that are trafficked in the U.S. come out of the nation’s Foster Care system.
American film producer and author, Neal Sutz, visiting his two sons at a group foster home in Switzerland.
Next, Neal Sutz was interviewed on the show. Neal is a father who grew up and lived most of his life in Arizona, and married into the Mormon Church.
Neal gained national fame back in 2004 when he attempted to be a guest on the popular Dr. Phil show, and claims he was discriminated against due to his past history with mental health. He ended up suing Dr. Phil and the producer, Oprah Winfrey, successfully under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Neal was trained as a paralegal, and he won his lawsuit against Dr. Phil as a pro-se litigant.
Now, he is suing his former Mormon in-laws in Arizona with a $200 million defamation lawsuit, for what he claims has led to his two sons being medically kidnapped in Switzerland and held as political prisoners, as he attempted to become a whistleblower in Arizona to reveal child sex trafficking among the Mormon leadership there.
His former in-laws have responded to his pro-se lawsuit by hiring the former Solicitor General of Arizona, Dominic Draye, who is now practicing law at the Greenberg Traurig law firm, to defend them.
Mormons Reach Neal Sutz in Geneva Switzerland?
During the Medical Kidnap Show, Neal reveals how his powerful former Mormon in-laws allegedly used their influence to mastermind the medical kidnapping of his children in Switzerland, where he had moved to in order to try and escape them. Neal claims that they destroyed his career in Arizona because he tried to become a whistleblower and reveal decades of ritualistic sexual abuse in their family.
During the interview, Neal reveals how powerful the Mormon Church is politically, not only in Arizona and the U.S., but also in Switzerland. According to Neal, the Mormon Church has two seats in the United Nations, based out of Geneva.
Neal also claims that former U.S. presidential candidate and current Senator of Utah, Mitt Romney, received over $1 million in campaign donations from two Swiss Banks, and how he believes Senator Romney is tied into the rich and powerful family of his former in-laws in Arizona.
Listen to the interview below (or get the podcast version here):
International Child Trafficking Ring Operating Out of Arizona?
About 24 hours before Episode 2 of the Medical Kidnap Show was aired on KFNX in Phoenix, Mormon Paul Petersen, an adoption lawyer and Maricopa County Assessor who is allegedly the head of a smuggling ring that recruited Marshallese women “and offered a significant amount of money to place their babies for adoption,” was arrested in Arizona after an 18-month investigation.
Petersen is also charged with 11 second and third-degree felonies in Utah, including human smuggling, sale of a child, communications fraud and pattern of unlawful activity.
Petersen allegedly began setting up his child trafficking operation in the Marshall Islands when serving there as a Mormon missionary.
“Prosecutors say Petersen used associates in the Marshall Islands, where he had served a two-year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, to recruit pregnant women by offering many of them $10,000 each to give up their babies for adoption. Petersen would pay for the women to travel to the U.S. days or months before giving birth and live in a home that he owned until delivering the baby, according to the court records.
“Petersen charged families $25,000-$40,000 per adoption and brought about $2.7 million into a bank account for adoption fees in less than two years, according to court documents.” (Source)
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich reportedly has stated that he is not concerned about where these children went:
“Brnovich said the Arizona investigation focuses solely on the alleged fraud to the state’s Medicaid system and stressed that his office was not pursuing families who adopted children through Petersen’s law office.
“It’s unfair to the adoptive parents, and it’s also unfair to the hard-working Arizona taxpayers,” he said. (Source)
Really? Given Arizona’s known problem of licensing pedophiles as foster parents, should not every single baby who was trafficked to Arizona be tracked down to make sure they are in a safe environment?