McKenna Denson had traveled down to Arizona to attend the church of the man who sexually assaulted her more than 30 years ago and she didn’t waste time telling the congregation.
At the church, she climbed the pulpit and accused him of sexual assault. McKenna Denson was training as a missionary in 1984 in Provo, when she alleges Joseph Bishop, the Missionary Training Center’s president at the time, raped her in a basement room.
Denson strode up to the pulpit like any other member of the congregation. She introduced herself as a visitor, professed “great confidence and love for the savior” — and then she accused a former church leader of raping her more than 30 years ago.
Denson had apparently come to expose him before his own congregation.
“The First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles are covering a sexual predator that lives in your ward,” she told the congregation.
“His name is Joseph Bishop. He was the [Missionary Training Center] president in 1984 when he raped me in the basement of the MTC.”
After realizing what Denson had come to speak about, two men from the congregation approached the pulpit to try to get her to stop. When one man tried to move her by force, Denson accused him of invading her personal space.
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