Operation Underground Railroad: Crimes Uncovered



American Crime Journal | 25 April 2021




In August 2019, Tim Ballard summoned his most trusted OUR associates and partners to a clandestine meeting which required each individual to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) . It was at this very meeting that Ballard laid out a secret plan to monetize his child sex slave rescue nonprofit, Operation Underground Railroad and to use his plan to proselytize prospective converts for the Mormon church.


On a whiteboard he presented the strategy, each member’s role and the respective organizations such as The Nazarene Fund, Children Need Families, Liberty and Light Equity Trust, and many others- funneling donor money into his for-profit Slave Stealer’s, LLC; and how to launder donor money each step of the way by creating a labyrinth of non-profits and for-profits exchanging money.


Should his plan progress and he was able funnel enough liquid cash into his personal bank accounts, Ballard would then open low cost, run down LDS orphanages in Haiti. Ballard estimated he could make about $20,000 per adoption to Mormon couples in America. Several of those in attendance at this secret meeting left in disgust, including former OUR financer, millionaire Paul Hutchinson and OUR Ops Team Leader Dave Lopez.


Unknown by Ballard until now, his criminal conspiracy, the witnesses and the whiteboard are part of the Davis County District Attorney’s criminal investigation into Operation Underground Railroad, its founder and CEO Tim Ballard and Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes. Ballard fearing a widening criminal investigation by the FBI, IRS and international authorities has now threatened to retaliate.



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Lynn Kenneth Packer


Lynn Packer is an award-winning investigative reporter, television news consultant and trial consultant. He attended Box Elder High School in Brigham City, Utah, and graduated from Utah State University (USU) in Logan, Utah, with a broadcast journalism major with German language minor.


He was editor-in-chief of USU’s campus newspaper his senior year and was a radio disk jockey for KBUH in Brigham City and KVNU in Logan, while attending college.


Packer served in the United States Army between 1968 and 1970. In Vietnam, he was a television news anchor and producer for the Armed Forces Vietnam Network (AFVN), Quang Tri detachment. He was awarded the Bronze Star.


For 15 years, Packer reported for KSL Television News in Salt Lake City, where he covered city-county and state government, did investigative reporting for the documentary unit, and hosted a weekly talk show. Among the major stories he covered were the Challenger space shuttle disaster, the Mark Hofmann bombing murders, the trial of serial killer Ted Bundy, and the Judge Willis Ritter corruption scandal, which he also consulted on for CBS’s 60 Minutes.


His teaching career spanned ten years as an adjunct journalism instructor at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, and the University of Dortmund in Germany.


After teaching in Dortmund, Packer consulted for various German television stations, including WDR in Cologne and Düsseldorf; SAT.1 in Hamburg, Mainz and Berlin; 1A in Berlin, N24 in Berlin and DSF in Munich. He wrote a textbook for German television news reporters, Schreiben, Drehen, und Schneiden.


Packer won first place investigative reporting awards from the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ), Utah Chapter, in 1984, 1995, 1996, and 2001. He freelanced dozens of articles, among them: The Goldcor Fraud Story, Mormon Fraud History, Bonneville Pacific Fraud, Paul Dunn/Afco Fraud Story, and the Utah 2002 Olympic Bribery Scandal.


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