Colorado shock-jock under investigation by FBI for Planned Parenthood attacks faces new accusations

by Timothy Charles Holmseth on March 15, 2016, 8:54 P.M.

The mysterious Colorado church founded by shock-jock Bob Enyart, which is under investigation by the FBI for possible involvement in Planned Parenthood attacks, is now facing fresh accusations from within his own family.

Bob Enyart

Shaun Williams, Enyart’s nephew, recently uploaded approximately 30 videos to You Tube that contain specific information detailing extortion, bribery, kidnapping, and physical assault taking place behind the doors of the sketchy church.

Williams claims Enyart extorted tens of thousands of dollars from him, in exchange that Enyart would not file a complaint against Williams regarding illegal real estate dealings.

Williams said he was hustled by Enyart as a young man. “Bob coerced us to go to a protest when I was young. I was roped into the whole – Bob’s idea – make money by putting other people down – acting dramatic,” Williams said.

Danielle Kekoa, a former member of Denver Bible Church (DBC) that was interviewed by the FBI in November, 2015, shortly before the Planned Parenthood shootings in Colorado Springs, discussed what she remembered hearing about the mortgage fraud scheme while at the church.

“Josiah, Bob's son, and Brian Jr., Bob's nephew, got caught up in a mortgage fraud scheme with Shaun leaving them in debt hundreds of thousands of dollars with bunk property in the ghetto. Bob was behind the whole thing and made a profit, but he never spoke out against Shaun publicly—it was all pretty hush-hush and swept under the rug. We got most of our information first-hand behind the scenes through other members in the Enyart family, but at church everything was business as usual and no one spoke of it,” Kekoa said.

Enyart asserts that Williams’ threatening to sue him, online, could possibly result in life in prison for Williams. During a recent radio program Enyart ranted about a federal cyber-stalking case in Pennsylvania that resulted in life in prison for two people because the case involved a death.

Enyart said Williams is guilty of making threats that could potentially end in a life prison term because Williams ‘threatened’ to file a lawsuit against Enyart. Enyart said Williams was making “constant threats – threats of lawsuits.”

Enyart also suggested Williams was wanted by police. “The police have been looking for him because of his harassment of young women in the Denver metro area,” Enyart said. 

The recent accusations against Enyart by Williams and other DBC members is nothing new.

Brian Rohrbough, former VP candidate for president of the United States, President of Colorado Right to Life, and Columbine school shooting parent, is a former member of DBC and a business associate of Enyart. “He is perhaps the most dishonest and deceptive man I have ever met in my life. He is a blatant liar ... He's an evil guy,” Rohrbough said, describing Enyart.

Brian Rohrbough’s wife, Lisa Rohrbough, said Enyart is dangerous and compared him to the infamous Rev. Jim Jones.

The recent developments have served to provide insight into how Enyart perceives reality and the word around him.

“This (tentative application for a restraining order) is for someone that has been posting online that my family owes him $30,000 – $15,000 – or $50,000 – it varies by the day – but that’s not sufficient for a restraining order – it’s far more than that – this man has been diagnosed with bi-polar – he tried enlisting in the military and was rejected – he married a number of young women under false pretenses – including one here in the Denver metro area,” Enyart said, on-air.

Enyart stated he might obtain a retraining order against Williams so he (Williams) could not own a firearm, which Enyart said, would be a good thing for society.

However – Enyart, through his own words, has impeached his own testimony in any case he may ever testify in. During a recent radio program Enyart provided a significant narrative about how it is okay to lie because God, too, has done it to deceive the enemy. “Lies, are at times, the exactly right thing to do,” Enyart said.

Court records may provide insight into what drives Enyart’s incessant ramblings and his apparent mental decline.

While waging a morality war on his family, friends, and church members, Enyart himself has been convicted of criminal child abuse; the child that was not his son.

“Bob Enyart has been married and divorced twice. Bob's brother Brian Enyart Sr. and his son Josiah Enyart have also both been married and divorced twice. Same with his nephew Shaun Williams. Many people in the cult have been divorced more than once. Bob Enyart has also been ordered to undergo mental health exams, parenting classes and domestic violence classes. Bob also had a restraining order placed against him by his first ex-wife Krista Lynn Crisler,” Danielle Kekoa said.

Danielle Kekoa told the FBI that she and her husband, Curtis Kekoa, fled the church with their children after realizing it was a criminal satanic cult disguised as a pro-life activist organization.

Kekoa told Kimberly Milka, Denver FBI, that member of the church would often volunteer to babysit their children, which the Kekoa’s would not agree to because they had begun to suspect many in the church were pedophiles.

“The Enyart family is a sexually deviant, satanic enterprise with dark secrets that go back generations, so there really must be some bad blood between them for Shaun to come out against the family like this. Shaun has been cut off and disowned, not because he's "mentally-ill" but because he has some "proof" that would likely destroy the Enyart family, and he's willing to risk his own neck to expose it,” Danielle Kekoa said. 

The Kekoa’s have publically stated they believe Enyart is involved in the murders of JonBenet Ramsey, Dylan Redwine, Jessica Ridgeway, and others.

Enyart authored a manifesto declaring his own government.

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