HORRIFIC: LGBTQ Activist Couple Charged With Raping Adopted Sons Allegedly PIMPED Boys Out To Local Pedos

Written by K. Walker on January 20, 2023

A gay married couple adopted two brothers, raped them, made child porn with them, and… media silence.

Back in July, local reporting of the arrest of William Dale Zulock, 32, and Zachary Jacoby Zulock, 35, of Walton County, Georgia, hit conservative news outlets as a huge story. The Zulocks were arrested on suspicion of sexual abuse of their two adopted sons, brothers aged 9 and 11.

Authorities were made aware of the sexual abuse when raiding another man’s home on suspicion of downloading child pornography and he told them that a local man was making the videos with a child that lived in his home. This led them to the Zulocks.

Gay Married Leftwing Activists Charged With Using Adopted Sons To Make Child Porn

William Zulock
Zachary Zulock

William and Zachary Zulock pleaded not guilty to the multiple charges against them.

After that initial report… there was no follow-up.

The Zulocks were fairly prominent LGBTQ+ activists who had taken part in “NOH8”, an anti-gay hate campaign, and the prominent LGBTQ magazine, Out, has repeatedly asked them to feature photos of the Zulocks at the Atlanta Pride parade on its website’s Pride page.

One Townhall investigative reporter, Mia Cathell, dug into the story for several months and found that the abuse that the boys suffered was even worse than what had been reported.

In a 4-part report, Cathell details the abuse suffered by these two adopted brothers. It included sexual, physical, and emotional abuse. “They [the brothers] were just abused every possible way,” a family member told Townhall.

According to Cathell’s report, Willaim Zulock admitted in a sworn affidavit to forcing his 11-year-old son to perform a sex act on him “with the intent to satisfy his own… sexual desire” while Zachary Zulock admitted to sending the homemade child porn to around a dozen people.

“Recorded jailhouse calls, a trove of never-before-seen court documents, and testimony from a family member who spoke exclusively with Townhall uncover the extent of the physical and emotional trauma the two elementary school-aged brothers endured as well as the red flags that the state overlooked during the same-sex couple’s “faster than expected” adoption process,” states the first article.

According to a copy of the 17-count indictment Townhall has obtained, the adoptive dads allegedly performed oral sex on both boys, forced the children to perform oral sex on them, and anally raped their sons. In at least one instance, the anal rape injured the older Zulock child, who just turned 11-years-old in mid-December. Court records indicate that the child sexual abuse stretches back to as early as late 2019 and intensified in January 2021, March 2021, and December 2021, as the offense dates are listed…
…A list of the state’s evidence includes 149 images collected at the Zulock home; two flash drives containing Zachary and Lawless’s phone data; Sexual Assault Nurse Examination (SANE) results from the children’s medical forensic exams, which gathered DNA evidence such as bodily fluids and documented injuries; a text message from Lawless; a Snapchat letter; two written letters from the older Zulock child; and a disk containing a data dump from Vizcarro-Sanchez’s iPad and iPhone.
Source: Townhall (Part 1)

Included in the multiple charges against William and Zachary Zulock, are charges relating to sending images and video of the sexual abuse across social media platforms and soliciting two other men to “perform an act of prostitution” with the older boy who had suffered an injury from anal rape.

Hunter Clay Lawless, 27, and Luis Armando Vizcarro-Sanchez, 25, both of Loganville, were contacted through social media apps SnapChat and Grindr.

Zulock met Lawless through a mutual contact, identified only as “Blake”, on the gay dating app Grindr”Blake” and later communicated through Snapchat.

It was Lawless that snitched on the Zulocks. He had been contacted repeatedly on Snapchat by Zachery Zulock with messages that he was planning on “f*cking [his] son tonight” and to “stand by” to receive the homemade child porn.

Cathell wrote a thread that covers some of the main points in the first installment of the 4-part investigative report.

One of the things noted in Cathell’s report was that the Zulocks suddenly found themselves in a financial position to build a custom-designed mansion just a year after adopting the two boys… and it’s unclear where that money came from. William Zulock was a low-level civil servant and Zachary Zulock was a branch coordinator for SunTrust bank. Still, the couple managed to build a “dream home” on a two-acre lot on a secluded cul-de-sac in a private, upscale neighborhood in the suburbs of Atlanta. Houses in the area are selling for as much as $900,000.

The relative told Townhall that the quickly built Zulock mansion had some “creepy” features built into it — a “secret” windowless room accessible behind a moveable bookcase in the home office, another windowless room that was used as a “home theater”, and surveillance cameras installed in “every square foot” of the home.

How the Zulocks could afford such luxury remains a mystery. It is even more bizarre since the couple was denied a public defender citing Zachary’s whopping $7,500/week income. As Townhall notes, “the position only carries a modest $62,000 in annual pay,” according to job website Glassdoor’s latest data.

Cathell posted Part 2 of her investigative report on Wednesday afternoon which details the possible reach of the pedo ring.

Zachary had contacted a few out-of-state gay Facebook friends to reconnect after getting the boys, the family member told Townhall. The relative also noticed Zachary, who follows gay pornographers in Atlanta with his Twitter account “@GAbottomguy,” appeared to have been “testing the waters” in several relationships, asking in Messenger chats if his friends were happily cuffed.
The couple took an excessive amount of family trips, the source said, staying at a number of Airbnbs across America. Just before July’s police bust, in May and June 2022, the Zulocks enjoyed a lengthy Airbnb stay in Chicago, Illinois. While sight-seeing, the couple donned Pride gear and Zachary focused on photographing tourist attractions that signaled support for LGBTQ inclusion.
Between those two months last year, the Zulocks also went to Ohio; Indianapolis, Indiana; and Gulf Shores, Alabama, a go-to vacation spot for gay tourists as well as the Zulock family. (The couple was considering buying a condo there, too.)…
…Other destinations over the years include New Orleans and Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and a cabin in Pigeon Forge, Tennesee…
…At the beginning of last year, the couple ordered a massive, framed map of the United States showcasing “The Adventures of The Zulock Family,” which Zachary had planned to mount to a wall somewhere in their mansion. “It’s bigger than I thought…got to find a place to hang it and start pinning where we have gone!!!” Zachary exclaimed in an early January 2022 post on Facebook.
Source: Townhall (Part 2)

Also on Wednesday, Nick Rekieta, a law YouTuber, blasted Google on Twitter claiming that the search engine is suppressing the story.

Mia Cathell appeared on “The Ingraham Angle” on Wednesday to discuss the story and the media blackout on it.

On Thursday, Cathell posted Part 3 of the report that exposes how these two men — including Zachary, who had been accused of sexual abuse of a minor years ago — were able to quickly adopt two vulnerable boys through an allegedly Christian organization.

Townhall has learned that seven years prior to the adoption, Zachary was accused of being a child rapist, but was never charged.
More than a decade ago, there was a 2011 probe into Zachary’s alleged pedophilic behavior when he was accused of luring a 14-year-old boy to a residence in Walton County, the same jurisdiction as today’s horrifying child sexual abuse case, and having anal sex with the underage victim. But, the 2011 child rape case was shut down and no charges were pursued against Zachary…
…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 Watkinsville, which focused on children in the state who have “waited the longest” to be placed with a family.
All God’s Children matched 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,” reads the agency’s overview.
Source: Townhall (Part 3)

The brothers that the Zulocks adopted were from a broken home where both parents were addicted to heroin.

A family member concerned about the welfare of the children said that the Zulocks “preyed on” the vulnerability of the young boys.

“I do think they had every intention, and this is why they adopted them for this purpose,” another family member said.

The adoption process involves criminal background checks, pre-adoption parenting classes specifically to address how to “parent children with a history of losses”, and caseworker visits over the course of 8-12 weeks.

But the Zulocks played the role and passed with flying colors.

The now-defunct adoption agency that the Zulocks used, All God’s Children, was a member of the Georgia Association of Licensed Adoption Agencies (GALAA) which worked with Georgia’s Division of Family & Children Services (DFCS) under the supervision of Georgia’s Department of Health and Services (DHS).

Townhall also asked if the 2011 case was ever officially brought up over the course of the adoption process and if the alleged incident ever appeared during Zachary’s criminal records check when the co-defendant applied to become an adoptive parent.
“DFCS child welfare and CPS records are confidential under state law,” the DHS spokesperson replied. “As such, we are unable to comment on the specifics of any child welfare or abuse/neglect cases nor confirm or deny the existence of related records.”
Source: Townhall (Part 3)

Part 3 also indicated that the couple also indicated that they wanted to adopt a 2-3-year-old girl in the future.

Here’s Cathell’s thread:

It also includes several social media posts by Zachary raging against sexual and physical abuse of children in the foster care system, and complaining that many foster parents are only in it “for the money, and don’t give a sh*t about the kid(s).”

Zachary also went on a rant after evangelist Billy Graham’s granddaughter spoke at the Republican National Convention in 2020 about faith-based adoption agencies. He said that he “can’t imagine a world where our two wonderful beautiful and smart boys… did not exist in our lives” and that refusing a gay couple from adopting is “taking ‘our rights away’.”

This man wrote this after at least a year of sexually abusing these boys and making child pornography of the abuse to share with other pedophiles.

Part 4 was released on Friday and was all about the Zulocks’ ongoing saga as unwilling guests of the government.

Since they’re being prosecuted as co-defendants, the adoptive fathers are housed separately while in pre-trial detainment.
An out-of-county transfer placed Zachary “Zack” Jacoby Zulock in Barrow County Detention Center’s “maximum” security unit “due to the nature of the charges.” Zachary appears to be experiencing what’s colloquially called “jail justice,” part of an honor code amongst inmates and a brand of justice directed at offenders who would harm children in any way: child murderers, rapists, and molesters, a.k.a. “ChoMos.” In terms of the lock-up’s pecking order, they’re the lowest rung on the hierarchical ladder.
Meanwhile, the most William Dale Zulock Jr. is contending with is his dietary restrictions in Walton County Jail.
Source: Townhall (Part 4)

Zachary doesn’t seem to be having a great time in the clink.

William, meanwhile, is concerned about the low-quality food and his lactose intolerance. He’s also relaying messages of love to Zachary who appears to be more concerned with his Instagram account which is still up and gathering a ton of negative messages, the actual charges mounting against them, and the possible “jailhouse justice” that he may already be getting a taste of.

Cathell also reports that when a family member pressed William about the 2011 child rape case against Zachary, he replied, “2011, I don’t know anything about any of that, because that was before me,” and stressed that he didn’t start dating Zachary until 2013.

If William is to be believed, it seems there were several things that Zachary didn’t tell him about. William alleges that he didn’t know who Lawless was until after the raid.

At first, after agreeing to talk to authorities, Zachary initially blamed William for “starting” the child sexual abuse of the Zulock boys, according to court records. But, William pointed fingers back at Zachary during telephone discussions with the relative.
“There’s a lot of stuff that went on that I don’t know about…” William told the relative, when questioned about his and Zachary’s taped confessions. “Yeah, ’cause, I mean, like I said, there was a lot of stuff going on that I had no idea about,” he reiterated.
“With Zack?” the family member clarified. “Yeah,” William replied.
Source: Towhnall (Part 4)

According to Cathell’s report, John E. Haldi, the lawyer for the Zulocks filed a “special demurrer and motion to quash the 17-count indictment in November, claiming that the charges don’t specify the manner in which the co-defendants allegedly committed the various child sex crimes.”

The offenses occurred within a 32-month window — sometime between December 2019 and the July 2022 arrest date, but the defense attorney claims that the charges should “reasonably narrow” the dates and requested an evidentiary hearing on the matter.

If the demurr is successful, the state can still bring charges, but it might signal a weakness in the case and prevent the state from bringing a second indictment against the Zulocks.

“Under current Georgia law (O.C.G.A. § 17-7-53.1), if two indictments are dismissed as a result of a special demurrer, or any other legal motion, the state will then be barred from any further prosecution of the co-defendants, who then cannot be charged again,” states Cathell in the article.

The District Attorney overseeing the case against the Zulocks, DA Randy McGinley, is trying to separate the co-defendants and go after them individually. If he is able to sever the charges, McGinley intends to call upon William and Zachary as witnesses in their separate trials.

McGinley has requested that Judge Jeffrey L. Foster, the judge presiding over the Zulock case, sign off on orders granting limited immunity to William and Zachary to testify against each other at trial, requiring their respective testimonies, and stipulating that the then-severed defendants “shall not be excused from testifying on the basis of the privilege against self-incrimination.” If the request is granted, and the Zulocks refuse to testify, the defendants shall be held in contempt of court. Source: Townhall (Part 4)

Both William and Zachary Zulock are scheduled to appear in court on February 1 for a motion hearing.

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