Fabian Marta, an Angel investors financier of the anti-child trafficking film ‘Sound of Freedom’ has been arrested and charged with child kidnapping KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Sunday, August 6, 2023

Fabian Marta, an Angel investors financier of the anti-child trafficking film ‘Sound of Freedom’ has been arrested and charged with child kidnapping

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Fabian Marta, an Angel investors financier of the anti-child trafficking film ‘Sound of Freedom’ has been arrested and charged with child kidnapping..

St. Louis Metropolitan Police say Marta, 51, was arrested on July 23 after being charged on July 21, Newsweekreports.

“The Sound of Freedom movie tackles a very tough subject, and took extraordinary effort to bring it to movie theaters,” Marta said in a deleted post on his Facebook page. “I’m proud to have been a small part of it. If you see the movie look for ‘Fabian Marta and Family’ at the very end of the credits.”

QAnon is named for a person identified only as “Q” who began posting conspiracy theories on the website 4chan in 2017. Chief among them is “the false belief that a highly organized network of global elites are kidnapping children, having sex with them and harvesting their blood,” The Washington Postexplains. A similar theory that predated QAnon was Pizzagate, which falsely claimed that a Washington, D.C., pizza restaurant was the headquarters of a pedophile ring that included Bill and Hillary Clinton. It led an armed man to attack the restaurant in 2016.

Since-removed Facebook posts appear to show the same person revealing their pride in funding the film. Marta's name appears in the movie's credits among the "investors [who] helped bring Sound of Freedom to theaters."

Sound of Freedom dramatizes the story of anti-child sex-trafficking organization Operation Underground Railroad and its founder, Tim Ballard, who is played in the movie by Jim Caviezel.

St. Louis Metropolitan Police confirmed to Newsweek that Marta, 51, from Chesterfield, Missouri, was charged on July 21, and was arrested on July 23. Newsweek approached Marta via Facebook direct message for comment on Friday.

Police also provided a booking photo of Marta, which appears to show the same person pictured on a Facebook account of the same name. Screenshots of since-removed posts from multiple online sources, seen by Newsweek but which could not be independently verified, show Marta speaking about his involvement with the film.

In Missouri, child kidnapping is a class A felony, which means Marta faces 10 years to life in prison if found guilty. From Chesterfield, Missouri, while Marta’s bail was set at $15,000, he was released following an initial court appearance on July 24.

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