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How a promising law student ended up in a sinister cult - 2017-12-11

F0.png How a promising law student ended up in a sinister cult December 11, 2017, Daily Telegraph.com

AN AUSTRALIAN man who lost his daughter to a dangerous cult — whose members are accused of sexually exploiting young women — has told of his struggle to win her back.

Camilla Wageman was a promising young law student at the Australian National University when she was approached by recruiters from group Providence, also known as Jesus Morning Star.

The leader of the South Korean-based Christian sect, Jeong Myeong-seok, is a self-proclaimed Messiah — and a convicted rapist.

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