By Carlos Vergara, Investigative Reporter
COLORADO SPRINGS -66 year old Waymon Ivery is re-living a nightmare that happened more than two decades ago
“I Had no idea ...no clue as to the effect that it would have."
Sitting in the KOAA studio conference room,he admitted his regret.
Ivery is regretful for his actions, and effects it would have on his then 9-year old stepdaughter that he was convicted of molesting in Milwaukee Wisconsin in 1992.
His case came back to the forefront after a man named Roman Vargas approached Ivery with a video camera and surprised him with a question to a crime he had served nearly a year for, after being sentenced for 10 years.
But just hours after the video began to make the rounds on YouTube , Ivery was living what he thought was ancient history.
Commenters on social media websites began to make their opinion public. One person wrote: “...this cult's days are numbered.?" Another wrote “JW’s and child protection issues just don't seem to mix well. What is the matter with them.”
And that’s exactly why we posed the question to the religious group.
Several calls and emails were made to the world headquarters of Jehovah’s Witness in New York...They went unanswered. We also tried to contact several elders within the group locally. They initially said they would contact us back with more information. But that never happened.
So we went in search of answers directly from the people who go door to door...
We found them knocking on the doors of Lazy Lane Circle in northeast Colorado Springs.
They were not too happy to see us, and told us that we should follow the instructions on their website. They slammed the mini van’s door on our camera’s.
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