The Christian rocker was charged with sexual harassment to children, when he was about to go on stage

A rock star performing Christian songs, was forced to cancel his performance at a music festival in Wood City in Eastern Minnesota. The fact that on Saturday, August 10, in Locate (mn) police arrested him on two counts of sexual abuse of a child.

According to the warrant Douglas County (ne), 44-year-old frontman, Emanuel Rodriguez was wanted on two counts of sexual abuse of a child under the age of 14 years.

According to cbs2iowa, Friday, 9 Aug the application was filed that Rodriguez molested two girls in the period from 1 January 2017 to 17 may 2019 in two houses in Omaha, which formerly belonged to Rodriguez. The children are now 12 and 11 years old.

Festival Wood City was one of several stops on the tour group Light the Fire. According to the website of the group, this tour includes neither the bars nor clubs. The group also advertises a new bass player.

«Knowing the joy or failure, which can sometimes excite, and sometimes can be amazing… but it’s always, and all thanks to Jesus!!!» says on the group page 70xForgiven.

Girl 4 years old knocked over a pot of boiling water and died because no one took her to polinicotinate, which was only 4 years old, died a painful death after he was pulled from the stove a big pot of boiling water, scalded yourself from head to toe. Amberley Yolanda Quiroz Elizalde …on 14 August 2019, 10:35

Rodriguez’s son, Emmanuel Jr., is the drummer for the band 70xForgiven where sings his father. Their new album is called Reckless Love («Reckless love»).

On the website Calvary Assembly of God Church in Council bluffs (ia), Rodriguez referred to as pastor.


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  1. “Wood City” is the nickname given to Cloquet, MN because of all the wood processing factories we once had. Yes, it is Cloquet (rhymes with the lawn sport known as croquet), and not “Locate”. We do still have a paper mill and a facility which manufactures indoor building materials, but the Diamond Match company is no more, as is the Weyerhaeuser plant.

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