Texas Stops Another Child Predator

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John David Payne, 37

TX AG’s Criminal Investigations Division Helps Put Child Predator Away for Life

AUSTIN, TX  –  Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced the successful conviction of John David Payne, 37, to life in prison for Online Solicitation of a Minor in Montgomery County.

The conviction stems from undercover operations conducted by the Conroe Police Department, the Houston Metro Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and testimony from the Texas attorney general’s Criminal Investigations Division (CID).

Payne arranged to meet with a person he thought to be a 14-year-old girl and upon arrival to the meeting location, Montgomery Country Constable Precinct 4 – Special Response Team took Payne into custody.  CID investigators testified during the punishment phase of Payne’s trial that Payne had a pattern of soliciting sex from minors online.  In 2005, CID arrested Payne on charges of Online Solicitation of a Minor after they conducted undercover operations.

The Office of the Attorney General works to protect children by using the latest technology to track down some of the most profoundly evil predators online.  The Child Exploitation Unit proactively seeks out and arrests predators who commit crimes against children using technology and online sources.  Attorney General Paxton urges all parents and teachers to become aware of the risks our children face on the internet and take steps to help ensure their children’s safety.  For more information on cyber safety, please visit:

Detroit Man Kills 4 Kids, Tortures Wife

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Gregory V. Green, 49, murdered previous pregnant wife

Michigan man charged with killing 4 children, murdered previous pregnant wife

Detroit, MI  –  A 49-year-old Michigan man was charged on Thursday with torturing his wife and murdering his two kids and two stepchildren, in a crime with parallels to a prior conviction for stabbing to death in 1991 his previous wife who was pregnant, officials said.

Gregory V. Green, according to authorities, called police early on Wednesday to report he had killed family members at their house in the Detroit suburb of Dearborn Heights.  Officers entered the house to find a grisly killing scene.

Similarly, in 1991 Green also called police to tell them he had killed his then-wife at the couple’s Detroit home, where he waited for them to arrive, said Chris Gautz, a spokesman for the Michigan Department of Corrections.

Green pleaded no contest to second-degree murder in 1992 and was sentenced to 15 to 25 years in prison, Gautz said. Green was released on parole in 2008, he said.

Following the latest crime, Green appeared in court on Thursday to face charges that include four counts of first-degree murder, assault, torture, unlawful imprisonment and being a felon in possession of a firearm, according to the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office.

Green is accused of binding his 39-year-old wife with zip ties and duct tape in the house’s basement, cutting her face with a box cutter and shooting her in the foot, prosecutors said.  He then shot her two teenagers, who were his step-children, in front of her, prosecutors said in a statement.

Chadney Allen, 19, and Kara Allen, 17, were pronounced dead at the house of multiple gunshot wounds.

Paramedics later rushed the wife to the hospital and police have said she is expected to survive.

Green is accused of murdering his two children, Koi Green, 5, and Kaliegh Green, 4, with carbon monoxide by placing them in a car in the garage and running the engine.

Police have not said what the motive was.

“The alleged evidence in this case will show an appalling level of domestic violence that was cataclysmic,” prosecutor Kym Worthy said in a statement.

Green, who is in jail, could face life without parole if convicted.

He did not appear in court with an attorney on Thursday according to the Detroit Free Press.  Representatives from the public defender’s office could not be reached to confirm if they were representing him.

Green’s wife filed for divorce last month, the newspaper reported.

Implanting Indifference In A Child’s Heart

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Implanting Indifference and Lies in a Child’s Heart is wrong.

Above The Law, profiting From Abortion:
La Raza is not easily fooled Hillary

Making The Clergy face their accusers alone was a coverup from the start, a really bad mistake.

Ignoring Our Children, and failing to protect Latino Children when their Parents sent them to Our Country to be safe, you said nothing when CPS sold them as slaves.

You profit every day like a grave-robber, making your 30 pieces of silver selling the broken, murdered bodies of aborted Babies.

Honorable Laws to help and protect Children means nothing to you, but anything perverse and evil that would steal the innocence of every Child and implant indifference in their hearts is all that matters.

You take food from Our Tables to support lies, there is no climate change out of the ordinary.


However, it is a little known fact that Weather Modification has been used for many, many years.

California, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New York, North Dakota, , Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Texas, Utah, and Washington.  This is only a quick partial list, since from what I can tell, it has been used in very nearly every state.

It is another little known fact that Weather Modification has been used in other Countries:

Antigua, Argentina, Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, Dominican Republic, France, Greece, India, Iran, Italy, Jamaica, Jordan, Kenya, Libya, Mexico, Morocco, Panama, Philippines, Spain, Thailand, Turkey, South Africa, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, USSR, Venezuela, Yugoslavia, Zimbabwe.  This is only a partial list of Countries that have used Weather Modification, and still do when needed or desired.

Effects Of Child Abuse Can Last A Lifetime

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A moment of anger in an adult can lead to a lifetime of struggle for the child.

Local neurosurgeon raising awareness about
Child Abuse

SAN ANTONIO, TX  –  We hear the stories far too often, children injured at the hands of an abuser.  And while the abuser may be brought to justice and the stories may fade away, the damage done to the child will last forever.

Dr. Kimberly Terry is a pediatric neurosurgeon at The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio, and far too often the brains she operates on are damaged by child abuse.

“Our trauma team is actually thinking about doing a study because we have so much of it here, unfortunately it’s really rampant here in our community.” Terry said.

Every month Terry operates on three to four children with brain damage due to abuse.

Terry showed scans of a normal brain.  When compared to scans of a brain damaged due to abuse, the scans had patches of dark and light grey throughout.

“The darker areas are old blood – the lighter areas are new blood.  It’s actually on the outside of the brain and pressing on the brain and causing pressure.  We also see dark areas that are showing early signs of stroke,” Terry said.

Doctors can tell the difference between an accidental injury and a case of abuse.  Many times a parent or caregiver will claim a child was injured by falling out of a crib, or hitting their head during a fall. But the scans don’t lie.

“The scans will show a chronic appearance of old blood that you don’t see that in a trauma that just happened.  They will often show repeated abuse in children.” Terry said.

While she can save a life, Terry cannot reverse the damage.  She wants to remind us all that a moment of anger in an adult can lead to a lifetime of struggle for the child.

“It’s really sad to see a beautiful 12-month-old or 6-month-old child who is perfectly normal and is never going to see again, never going to be able to talk, never going to be able to walk,” Terry said.

She hopes educating people about the devastating effects of abuse will give people pause before striking a child.

The Reason Is You, Because You Care

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Columbus Officer James Poole and Christopher Jones meet for the 2nd time, 20 years later.

Man, 24, surprises Ohio cop who saved him
from drowning nearly 20 years ago

COLUMBUS, OH  –  A 24-year-old man burst into tears Friday when he met for the first time the Ohio police officer who saved him from drowning nearly 20 years ago.

The Columbus Dispatch reports that Christopher Jones surprised Columbus officer James Poole when he tapped him on the shoulder and asked if he remembered him.

“About 1997, you pulled a 5-year-old out of a swimming pool, saved his life,” Jones said.

“Wow,” Poole said as they embraced.

“I never thought that something I would do 19, 20 years later would come back, and somebody would thank me,” the 43-year-old Poole told the paper.

Jones said he had been underwater for a longtime when Poole rescued him from the bottom of a Columbus swimming pool.  Poole was a rookie cop in 1997.

The reunion took place after Jones saw a photo of Poole on Columbus Police Department’s Facebook last month.

Jones left a comment that said, “I think that’s the Officer Poole who saved my life.”

At the reunion, Poole met Jones’ young daughter.

“Because of you, I’m still here,” Jones told him.  “Because of you this little five-year-old girl is still here.”