Is Rashad Jamal White’s Secret Cosmic Intelligence University Cult Behind More Than One Alabama Murder?

The Alabama couple charged with the highway slaying of college student Adam Simjee may be followers of a conspiracy theory cult led by a suspected child molester, police say.

Yasmine Hider and her partner, Krystal Pinkins, were arrested on August 14 after Hider allegedly shot Simjee after luring him and his girlfriend to a forest where they were living off-grid with Pinkins’ 5-year-old son.

Simjee and his girlfriend, Mikayla Paulus, had been driving out to enjoy nature when Hider reportedly pointed them out claiming she needed roadside assistance. Instead, according to police, she pointed a gun at the couple. Simjee was also armed and returned fire in self-defense, injuring Hider. Simjee died at the scene.

Police then found the camp where Hider, Pinkins, and Pinkins’ son – whom they disarmed of his sawed-off shotgun – had been living off the grid for some time. The two women are charged with murder, kidnapping and theft. Additional charges against Pinkins include child endangerment.

After investigating the couple’s background, police now claim they were followers of a secret cult known as the Cosmic Intelligence University, led by Rashad Jamal White – aka Rashad Jamal, or “God for the followers – who is in custody in Georgia on charges of pedophilia and cruelty to children.

Police are currently investigating other murders that may be linked to followers of the cult, including the brutal January 16 death of Helen Nettles Washam in Eight Mile, Alabama.

Washam’s husband told Vice that his son Damien became obsessed with White’s band, started drinking, and couldn’t resist quoting him. “I think he should die,” said Hubert Washam, describing how his son killed his mother with a ninja-style sword and attacked his autistic brother and uncle who were bedridden with cerebral palsy.

“He was listening to these kinds of conspiratorial videos and it was dumb as hell,” Washam’s father told Vice. “It was stupid. I tried to watch some of these videos and I can’t even listen to them, it’s so stupid. Lizards and aliens.

The Cosmic Intelligence University group’s Facebook page features a number of tweets from Jamal and says it is meant to “enlighten and enlighten the minds of carbonated beings aka your so called black and latino people Earth” and sells trinkets that include crystal necklaces for $111.11 and T-shirts for $66.93.

Jamal, a musical artist and self-proclaimed deity, has a large following on YouTube, where he recently uploaded a song from prison in which he appears to imply that human beings, especially NBA players, are injected with the ” nanobot technology” and become avatars at birth, after which society conditions them through “social programming through sex, violence, drugs, movies, and music.”

Jamal also claims that the government controls the weather and that rainbows are made to control the “alternate dimensions” that surround us all.

He preaches polygamy, anti-vaccine conspiracies and calls himself “God” to his many followers. “I am a god, and all of my people, black people and Latinos, are gods. And we were created in the image of our creator,” Jamal sings in the latest YouTube offering. “Therefore, I am an extension of her/them, and I am the creator and destroyer of my reality, therefore I take full responsibility for all events that I have experienced in this lifetime. , for that is what we call shadow work in the spiritual realm.”

While it’s unclear whether Hider and Pinkins – who were supporters of the group – carried out the alleged murder as part of their follow-up, investigators have successfully applied to a Georgia court for a gag order on the case. , apparently not to arouse suspicion among other things. members of the University of Cosmic Intelligence community.

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