CPS Worker Found Guilty Of Official Oppression

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Rebekah Ross Thonginh

Hunt County, TX  –  One of three people indicted in connection with an investigation of the local Child Protective Services (CPS) office has been found guilty of official oppression.

A bench trial for Rebekah Ross Thonginh concluded Thursday afternoon in the 354th District Court.  Thonginh had been charged with four counts of official oppression and one charge of tampering with physical evidence and had pleaded not guilty.  Prosecution proceeded on only one count of official oppression, a misdemeanor, filed in connection with an allegedly unlawful search and seizure in December 2011.

Thonginh was found guilty of the charge by Judge Richard A. Beacom and was sentenced to one year in county jail, with the sentence probated for two years.  Thonginh was also fined $2,000, ordered to complete community service and to serve 30 days in the Hunt County Jail, starting no earlier than Oct. 8.

Thonginh was indicted by the Hunt County grand jury in September 2013 alongside Laura Ard and Natalie Ausbie Reynolds, who have also entered not guilty pleas and have trials pending next month.

Ard, of Rockwall, received one indictment for tampering with physical evidence.  Reynolds, of Fate, received three indictments for official oppression and one indictment for tampering with/fabricating physical evidence.

The charges alleged all three acted together to use a false document in the investigation of the mother of slain Greenville teenager Alicia Moore and that Ross and Reynolds conducted unlawful searches and/or seizures in connection with CPS investigations.

The tampering with physical evidence indictments allege all three defendants acted together on our about Nov. 6, 2012 “to use a record and/or document to wit: the risk assessment involving Aretha Moore … with knowledge of its falsity and with intent to affect the course or outcome of the investigation.”

In three of the official oppression indictments, Reynolds and Ross were alleged to have acted together as CPS investigators to have subjected three separate individuals who were under CPS investigations “to search and seizure that the defendant knew as unlawful” on or about Dec. 16, 2011, March 28, 2012 and June 14, 2012.

Ross was also alleged to have subjected a fourth individual under CPS investigation to an unlawful search and/or seizure on June 27, 2012.

CPS – THE UNTOUCHABLES

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Elizabeth Middleton, the SVSS director

Day after day, I’m forced to endure out-and-out lies and ignorance, and I am talking about the statistics for Child Maltreatment.

Even when the truth comes shining through, the INDIFFERENCE of WE THE PEOPLE shine even brighter.

I have shown documented proof of CPS and DHHS faulty and intentionally altered stats time after time.

Children’s Advocacy Institute Report

How can there be just 686,000 reports of  Child Maltreatment when there are about 3,000,000 calls reported.  However, when you recall that less than 25% are ever reported, which translates to 12,000,000 most probable instances of Child Maltreatment.

So, in all reality, we aren’t even near 5 Child Deaths daily, the number is somewhere between 8 to 11.

It’s bad enough with Child Maltreatment files found in the dumpster, Child Maltreatment visits not being made, and even answering machines with Child Maltreatment calls are mysteriously erasing themselves;  but when CPS is caught red-handed breaking OUR LAWS, they are given a get-out-of-jail-FREE, time after time!!!!

Don’t quiet believe it????  Well My Friend, be sure and catch my next post….

Man Gets 50 Yrs Fed For Child Porn, 30 Yrs State CSA

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Charles Miller, 59

Detroit, Michigan  –  A Melvindale man who had dozens of child pornographic images stored away in a house that had hidden passageways and rooms was sentenced Thursday to 50 years in federal prison.

Charles Miller, 59, will serve the sentence consecutively to a 30-year sentence he received earlier this year from the state on two counts of criminal sexual conduct involving a 7-year-old girl and 10-year-old girl, according to Gina Balaya, spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

Miller was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Robert Cleland.

The disturbing case began unfolding Oct. 2, 2013, when Lincoln Park police executing a search warrant at Miller’s home for guns and drugs, stumbled across a digital camera.  The officers turned it on and saw nude photos of the two girls.

Police also found numerous sexually explicit videos containing young girls in Miller’s home.

According to federal court documents, Miller’s house had an extensive surveillance system, including dozens of closed-circuit cameras and multiple viewing screens, a semi-hidden surveillance room under the staircase and guns stashed in a hidden mirrored closet.

The documents also stated Miller had a second-floor bedroom decorated for little girls, painted green and purple, with numerous stuffed animals, some wearing girl’s underwear or adult female lingerie, boxes containing condoms, sex toys, restraints, a mask and a leash.

Police were able to identify the girls after locating their mother, who told them that her daughters occasionally spent weekends at Miller’s home.

The girls, who were interviewed by a certified child forensics interviewer, said they were “posed and coached” by Miller.