UPDATE: Here’s How The Predatory Gay Activist Couple Was Allowed To Adopt Children Despite One Member Being Previously Accused Of Child Rape

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The journalist who originally broke the story detailing William Dale Zulock, Jr and Zachary Jacoby Zulock’s demonic alleged crimes on their adopted boys now has another blood-boiling reveal. The following is a story on how a system meant to protect kids instead allowed them to fall prey to these two evil men.

Townhall.com’s Mia Cathell on Thursday turned her focus to how William and Zachary were able to adopt their kids in the first place. Cathell reveals in her article that that Zachary had previously been credibly accused of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old boy back in 2011.

Despite this, a completely oblivious special needs adoption agency which worked in partnership with the Georgia Department of Human Services allowed the couple to adopt the two children in 2018. The Georgia courts then made the adoption official on November 7, 2018, seven months after the boys moved in.

Cathell had revealed over the prior two days sordid details regarding William and Zachary’s sickening alleged abuse of their adopted sons and how they pimped them out to pedophiles in the Atlanta suburbs. She also released details about their co-conspirators.

The Gateway Pundit also previously reported that Zachary and William were accused of making porn with the children. The children were rescued and taken by officials.

Here is Cathell’s Twitter thread with the full details on the system’s culpability in Zachary and William’s alleged crimes:

In Part 3 of the Zulock horror story, I’m exposing the Christian special-needs adoption agency that the same-sex activist couple used and how Georgia’s child-welfare system failed these two boys during the expedited adoption process. We’re naming names.https://t.co/OS4CscmzsW

— Mia Cathell (@MiaCathell) January 19, 2023

Prior to the adoption, adoptive dad Zachary was accused of luring a 14yo boy to a house in Walton County, the same jurisdiction as today’s horrifying case, and raping the child. But charges weren’t filed and the 2011 case “was closed without a whole lot of investigation into it.” pic.twitter.com/r6rE4N3M6b

— Mia Cathell (@MiaCathell) January 19, 2023

Walton County Sheriff’s Office told me there were different “investigatory standards” back then when the 2011 child rape case was quickly shut down and the officers who mishandled the investigation have since retired. Detectives are now seeking leads that may still yield charges. pic.twitter.com/tFgl31fbN3

— Mia Cathell (@MiaCathell) January 19, 2023

Sheriff’s office denied my public records request seeking to see the 2011 police report. “Nothing is releasable at this time” because the case was just recently reopened and could “hinder the active case.”

The detective leading the current case has this ironic email signature: pic.twitter.com/SMBEKefXfS

— Mia Cathell (@MiaCathell) January 19, 2023

2020: The boys could’ve been rescued much earlier. Zachary posted about a deputy appearing outside his house. Police parked at the end of his driveway because someone hit his mailbox.

“Luckily this was later in the day/night and [the boys] were not outside playing….thank GOD.” pic.twitter.com/Ng0SIn8auP

— Mia Cathell (@MiaCathell) January 19, 2023

Gay newlyweds Zachary, who affectionately calls his husband “My #partnerincrime for life,” and William sought to locally adopt children not long after their 2017 wedding. Since they’ve been together, William has “look[ed] forward to the day” they can “start a family.” pic.twitter.com/bjoF6gQ0ld

— Mia Cathell (@MiaCathell) January 19, 2023

In 2018, the Zulock co-defendants adopted the two brothers through All God’s Children, Inc., a now-defunct private special-needs adoption agency in Georgia, which focused on children in the state who have “waited the longest” to be placed with a family. pic.twitter.com/BTTh4bKKfv

— Mia Cathell (@MiaCathell) January 19, 2023

Adoption agency All God’s Children, Inc. matched adoptive families with special-needs children “considered more difficult to place because they are older, need to be placed with their siblings or have physical, mental or emotional/behavioral challenges.” pic.twitter.com/mgyhXeC1bt

— Mia Cathell (@MiaCathell) January 19, 2023

The brothers allegedly came from a broken home where their biological parents were heroin addicts. “I do think they had every intention, and this is why they adopted them for this purpose,” a family member said, believing that the Zulocks “preyed on” the children’s vulnerability. pic.twitter.com/WUINcDKthX

— Mia Cathell (@MiaCathell) January 20, 2023

As well as undergoing criminal background checks, the Zulock co-defendants were required pre-adoption to attend classes called “Parents as Tender Healers” (PATH) trauma-informed training to “learn more about parenting children with a history of losses.” pic.twitter.com/dIDN9GQZUH

— Mia Cathell (@MiaCathell) January 20, 2023

An agency caseworker also completed a family assessment, which was presented to social workers throughout Georgia for match-making/placement, and a home study of the Zulocks.

7 months after the boys moved in, Georgia’s courts made the “forever family” official in November 2018. pic.twitter.com/u18BRkvp66

— Mia Cathell (@MiaCathell) January 20, 2023

To recap, not only did All God’s Children and the Georgia Department of Human Services turn a blind eye to Zachary’s past alleged pedophilia, but the Zulocks specifically targeted the two children because they came from broken homes. On top of this, the police blew a golden opportunity to rescue the boys.

It’s difficult to comprehend a more toxic combination of wickedness and incompetence.

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