Gun-toting NYC Satanist named Angel charged by feds – New York Daily News


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A Queens devil-worshiper named Angel Almeida is accused of illegal possession of a gun and ammo due to his previous conviction for burglary in Florida, prosecutors announced, citing his creepy social media posts about abusing children.

Photographs depicting Almeida with what appears to be a firearm and ammunition.

Photographs depicting Almeida with what appears to be a firearm and ammunition. (Department of Justice)

Almeida touted his extremist views all over social media, pointing guns at the camera in photos he posted to Instagram under creepy usernames like “necropedocell” — a seeming reference to necrophilia, pedophilia and celibacy, according to a complaint unsealed Tuesday in Brooklyn Federal Court.

“The defendant has repeatedly expressed an interest in the abuse of children and abuse of animals,” wrote Assistant U.S. Attorney Chand Edwards-Balfour in a letter to the judge in the case, asking that Almeida be held in jail without bail.

Almeida, 21, posed in one of his photos in front of a black flag that is associated with the “Order of Nine Angles,” prosecutors said. The group is a “worldwide Satanist belief-based group which embraces elements of Neo-Nazism and white supremacy” and members of the group have “participated in acts of violence, including murders,” according to the government filing.

Photographs of Almeida possessing firearms, including two posted on or about February 20, 2021.

Photographs of Almeida possessing firearms, including two posted on or about February 20, 2021. (Department of Justice)

“The defendant’s interest in an extremist organization like O9A, which has been associated with violent conduct, is a serious concern,” added Edwards-Balfour.

A friend of the Almeida family, who lived in the same Astoria building, described the accused Satanist as “a stupid kid.” The guns belonged to Almeida’s brother, who served in the military, the friend said.

“He never talked about being a Satanist or anything like that,” the friend said.

Almeida posted two photos of himself holding guns on Feb. 20, one a green pistol and the other a long shotgun, along with the caption “For the 2K pedophile haters.”

The same day he posted a photo of what appeared to be a bound and gagged child, with the caption “Life’s always been s--t still I see the past through rose colored lenses,” prosecutors said.

Just this month, on Nov. 13, Almeida posted a photo of a cat with a stab wound, accompanied by the caption “no limits evil,” the feds said.

And in one of his most troubling photos, Almeida posted a photo of himself wearing a shirt that says “kiddie fiddler,” in front of a computer screen with the message “I am addicted to hardcore child pornography.”

Drawings found by Almeida.

Drawings found by Almeida. (Department of Justice)

Some of his followers shot back at Almeida on social media, with one calling him a “store value Eliot Rodger,” referring to the 22-year-old misogynist who killed six people in Isla Vista, Calif. in 2014. Rodger is credited with starting the incel movement of “involuntary celibates” who lash out at women.

Law enforcement took Almeida’s social media posts seriously. Roughly two dozen feds in body armor with guns drawn kicked in the apartment door, threw in a smoke bomb and arrested Almeida in his underwear, the friend of the family said.

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Investigators said they found a gun resembling the one he posted on Instagram, along with more than 30 rounds of ammunition.

On top of that, they found his satanic stash.

“A covenant signed in blood may the DEVIL walk with you always,” read one piece of paper, according to filings.

They also discovered “666″ badges and books including “The Sinister Tradition,” “Lucifer Rising,” “Liber Null & Psychonaut” and “Necronomicon.”

Almeida’s attorney declined comment.

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