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Misguided faith: Doors close on "prophet's" massage business

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Employees live in communal housing and arrive at work together. Employees live in communal housing and arrive at work together.
Dr. Craig Stasio Dr. Craig Stasio
The new sign hanging on the door of the chiropractic clinic. The new sign hanging on the door of the chiropractic clinic.
"Due to political pressure, we have been forced to close temporarily." "Due to political pressure, we have been forced to close temporarily."
(WJBK) -

A new sign is taped to the window at Agape Massage Therapy and Chiropractic in Clinton Township.

It reads, "Due to political pressure, we have been forced to close temporarily."

Dozens of people emailed FOX 2's Rob Wolcheck after his story aired about parents fearing for their daughters' well being after the girls met chiropractor Dr. Craig Stasio. The parents say their daughters cut ties with their families and are worshiping with Stasio, who claims to have a special relationship with God.

But, apparently he doesn't have a special relationship with the city where he runs his business.  

VIDEO: Click on the video player above to watch the latest "revelation" in this bizarre story from FOX 2's Rob Wolcheck

At the end of the video a reference is made to a Let it Rip segment about the group involving a friend of Stasio's. You can watch that video HERE.

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