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Sound of Freedom hero Tim Ballard’s June resignation/removing from Operation Underground Railroad (OUR) was attributable to claims of sexual misconduct.
Ballard lately stated he’s contemplating a run for Mitt Romney’s senate seat after the Utah RINO introduced his retirement.
According to VICE News, no less than 7 ladies have accused Ballard of sexual misconduct.
Operation Underground Railroad advised VICE News that Tim Ballard resigned on June 22, 2023. “He has permanently separated from O.U.R.”
According to a letter printed by VICE News, an OUR worker who accompanied Ballard on an undercover operation accused him of sexual harassment.
“Several weeks ago, an OUR employee who accompanied Tim on an undercover operation filed a sexual harassment complaint against him with OUR’s HR department,” the July letter reads. “This resulted in an intensive inner investigation into Tim and his particular person operational techniques and led to extra ladies talking up as half of the investigation course of.
“It was ultimately revealed through disturbingly specific and parallel accounts, that Tim has been deceitfully and extensively grooming and manipulating multiple women for the past few years with the ultimate intent of coercing them to participate in sexual acts with him, under the premise of going where it takes and doing ‘whatever it takes’ to save a child.”
The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-Day Saints condemned Ballard.
VICE News reported:
Tim Ballard’s exit from Operation Underground Railroad earlier this 12 months adopted an investigation into claims of sexual misconduct involving seven ladies, based on sources with direct data of the group.
Sources conversant in the state of affairs stated that the self-styled anti-slavery activist, who seems to be making ready for a Senate run, invited ladies to behave as his “wife” on undercover abroad missions ostensibly geared toward rescuing victims of intercourse trafficking. He would then allegedly coerce these ladies into sharing a mattress or showering collectively, claiming that it was essential to idiot traffickers. Ballard, who was performed by Jim Caviezel within the hit movie Sound of Freedom, is alleged to have despatched no less than one lady a photograph of himself in his underwear, festooned with pretend tattoos, and to have requested one other “how far she was willing to go,” within the phrases of a supply, to save lots of youngsters. These sources requested anonymity as a result of they worry retaliation.
The whole quantity of ladies concerned is believed to be increased than seven, as that will solely account for workers, not contractors or volunteers. One supply near OUR has detailed data of Ballard making sexual advances to a volunteer utilizing strategies much like these he allegedly used with OUR workers. Those strategies are additionally constant together with his conduct towards one other former volunteer who spoke to VICE News.
Tim Ballard lately took to social media to warn the general public that “lies are coming.”
“The left has thrown everything at me,” Ballard stated on social media.
Journalist Lynn Packer posted an replace to the unproven claims towards Ballard.