What's the background?
TheBlaze previously reported that William Dale Zulock, 32, who worked as a supervisor at the county's Georgia Department of Driver Services, and Zachary Jacoby Zulock, 35, had been booked at the Walton County Jail and charged with aggravated child molestation, sexual exploitation of children, and enticing a child for indecent purposes.
The Walton County school district helped the Walton County Sheriff's Office identify the victims, who had been enrolled in the third and fourth grade in July.
During the execution of a search warrant on the evening of July 27, 2022, the WCSO claimed it secured "evidence that both adult males — the adoptive fathers of the sibling pair residing in the home — were engaging in sexually abusive acts and video documenting this abuse."
Startling new revelations
According to a 17-count indictment obtained by Townhall, the LGBT activists "allegedly performed oral sex on both boys, forced the children to perform oral sex on them, and anally raped their sons."
Additionally, the older of the two victims — who just turned 11 in December — was grievously injured during one of the brutal rapes.
The court documents reportedly suggested the child sexual abuse had been going on for years, dating back to at least 2019.
Zachary Zulock filmed his so-called husband William Zulock sexually abusing at least one of the boys, said an updated criminal affidavit.
Townhall also reported that Zachary admitted to being the cameraman after authorities found a folder labeled "US" full of video evidence of the foul crimes against the children on his cell phone.
In a recorded police interview, he said he sent video evidence of the "routine" rapes to "less than a dozen people."
The alleged pedophiles weren't alone, however.
The criminal indictment indicated that the LGBT activists reached out to two other men via social media, soliciting them to "perform an act of prostitution" with one of the adopted boys — the same who suffered injuries from the sexual assaults.
27-year-old Hunter Clay Lawless and 25-year-old Luis Armando Vizcarro-Sanchez of Loganville, Georgia, are the two men in question, both allegedly members of a pedophile ring, reported Townhall.
Lawless informed on the Zulocks, noting that Zachary, whom he met on the gay dating app Grindr, discussed the prospect of "f***ing [his] son tonight."
Zachary Zulock allegedly sent Lawless pictures of him raping his 11-year-old prisoner. Lawless has reportedly been out on bond since July 29.
Besides allegedly raping their apparent child prisoners, a relative of the Zulocks said the couple also abused them by nonsexual means. The relative told Townhall that after school, the boys were forced to stand stand in a corner for "eight hours straight."
The LGBT activists, on whose doorstep the welcome mat read, "Gayest place in town," maintain that they are not guilty, although the Walton County Superior Court lists among its evidence:
- two flash drives containing phone data of Zachary Zulock and Hunter Lawless;
- image of text messages from Lawless;
- photo of "daddy" shirt;
- a Snapchat letter;
- forensic interviews of both children;
- 149 images taken from the alleged child rapists' home;
- two written letters from the older of the two child victims;
- and a disc "containing data dump of iPad and iPhone of Luis Sanchez available for inspection by appointment."
Both suspected child rapists each face the potential of multiple life sentences.
Georgia is a death penalty state.