Let me see if i can understand this whole thing a bit more. I dont have all the facts, so im only gonna recite what i know so far....
1. A child is supposedly possessed by a certain amount of demons.
2. he fiance of the older sister tells the so called demons to leave the child alone and come into him.
3 All the while the Warrens are involved in the investigation.
4. The demon(s) take the persons invitation serious and invade the persons spirit. And this person then commits a crime?
If this is an accurate summary, i dont see how Lorraine Warren could be held responsible. (im not trying to be snotty here or anything, im trying to understand )
If this person was NOT possessed, then this person acted on his own accord. If this person was, it would seem to me that he acted foolishly and most likely against the suggestions that the Warrens may have made.
Let me explain. From what i know about the Warrens, the cases they have dealt with which were inhuman in nature, they have always had church help with. If there was evidence enough to warrant bringing the church into the case they would act as a sort of advocate for the person(s) involved. It has also been my understanding that the Warrens in this kind of case would advise the parties involved NOT to do certain things, least of all confront the enity(ies) head on, its only asking for trouble.
I will be reading more about this so that i can better serve the debate and discussion on this topic.
In the meantime, it seems to me if the validity of the possessions are in question...as to whether or not they actually took place...as if they didnt happen..then the person who did the so called inviting, acted of his own accord.
This is how i perceive it as of now, ill read and research some more.
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