They live like in the XVIIth century bcove.me clip post original at vimeo by Jeremy Petrequin Attorney: Andrew Hyde defended the men and said they were 'complete gentlemen with deeply founded Christian beliefs' attack by the followers of Sam Mullet, who heads a community of about 120 people in a rural area near Bergholz, Ohio. Five members of the reclusive Amish group have been charged with kidnapping and aggravated burglary in a series of bizarre attacks. The victims have all been Amish leaders who have spoken out against Mullet, or those who have fled Mullet's group. Mullet was raised Amish and claims to be a bishop, or leader. But Comer says Mullet exhibits none of the typical Amish traits, such as humility and gentleness. "He's really set himself up almost as a God," Comer says.