Media AntiChild Agenda – Child Porn Or Attempted Child Porn????

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Ian Kendrick Gregory

Chesterfield, Henrico police investigating cases of illicit photos of Target shoppers

HENRICO, VA  –  Shoppers are on alert after two men are accused of taking illicit photos or video at Central Virginia Target stores.

In the latest case, Ian Kendrick Gregory is facing charges because police say he tried to take videos of shoppers in the dressing room. Police say it happened at the Target store at Libbie Place Shopping Center on West Broad Street in Henrico.

Most shoppers we spoke to say they usually aren’t super cautious going into the dressing room.

“I actually don’t think about it, to be honest with you,” said Abby Owens.

“I’ve never had any issues or anything like that, but I mean, I’ve never been cautious,” said Ashleigh Peatross.

That opinion is changing because police say Gregory was just arrested for trying to record two people in the dressing room.

Investigators say one of the victims was underage.  Police say a woman was in one of the changing rooms when she looked down and saw a camera underneath the door. She decided to confront the man behind the camera, who police later identified as Gregory.

Police tracked down Gregory and arrested him.  They say that a second victim was also identified in the crime.

Gregory is not the only person who is accused of taking illicit photos. Chesterfield police continue to look for another man they say tried to take video up a shopper’s skirt .  It happened June 17 at the Target store at Westchester Commons.

Shoppers are hoping the managers at the retail giant will take action and have an employee stay outside the dressing rooms.

“They’re usually not even there, so you just walk in and change,” said Peatross.  “So if someone was always there, yeah, it would be a lot better and a lot of safer.”

Gregory is charged with unlawful filming of an undressed person and unlawful filming of an undressed minor.

Missing Children, Cronys, And Good Ol Boys

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Michael Ren Wysolovski, 31

No bond for man accused of holding
Charlotte teen in GA home

DULUTH, GA  –  The man accused of holding a missing Charlotte teen in his Georgia home for more than a year appeared in court Monday afternoon.

“This will be the first appearance hearing for Michael Ren Wysolovski,” a Gwinnett County Magistrate Judge announced in court.

The 31-year-old man sat stoic, emotionless, and staring straight ahead as the judge read the charges.  While unshackled, Wysolovski wore the gray jail the attire he was issued since being booked into the Gwinnett County Adult Detention Center.

“You have been charged sir with aggravated sodomy, cruelty to children, deprivation in the first degree, interference with custody, and false imprisonment, all of those are felonies,” the judge told Wysolovski.

Investigators said the charges stem from their finding a teenage girl at his Seneca Trail home in Duluth.

“No bond at this particular time because some of those charges are superior court only,” the judge told Wysolovski.

Mother Shauna Burns said her 17-year-old daughter, Hailey, went missing more than a year ago in May 2016 from her home near Charlotte, North Carolina.  On the anniversary of the girl’s disappearance, Burns made an impassioned plea for her safe return.

“You are the best parts of me in one and it’s not fair that we don’t get to be together anymore,” Burns said in a video posted to social media.

A tip led to a raid on Wysolovski’s home by FBI agents and Gwinnett County Police detectives.   Investigators found Hailey safe and have since reunited the teen with her mother, who shared a photo of the two hugging.

“We found my starlight and after a brief hospital stay she will return to her home,” one family member wrote on Facebook.  “It is a blessing from God. Please pray for our family.”

According to the Gwinnett County Property Assessor’s website, Wysolovski bought the home in Duluth on April 14 of this year. Seneca Trail residents were shocked to learn the “quiet couple” was not as they seem.

“It makes me sick to my stomach, actually that someone could do that,” said Jennifer Elmore, who lives next door to the home.

“This is Duluth.  I mean, nothing bad—you never hear about anything bad happening, but I guess things can happen anywhere and it’s—I don’t know—it’s surreal.  I don’t really know how to feel about it, except I’m glad that she’s safe now,” said Jennifer Cabrera, another next door neighbor.

In addition to the charges Wysolovski faces in Georgia, federal charges are possible as well as more state charges in North Carolina. Special agents at the FBI’s Charlotte and Atlanta officers as well as detectives with the Gwinnett County and Charlotte-Mecklenburg police departments are collaborating on the investigation.

Wysolovski will remain in the Gwinnett County Adult Detention Center until his next court appearance on July 7 at 1:30 p.m.  He likely will have his case bound over to Superior Court due to the severity of the charges against him.

Missouri Law Makers Address Child Predators

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Missouri Law Makers Address Child Predators, Child Abuse, & Children’s rights.

Bill Signing Dealing With Sex Offenders,
Child Abuse

JEFFERSON CITY, MO  –  A lawmaker says Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens will sign his bill to ban people convicted of sex offenses against children from coming within 500 feet of children’s museums.

Cassville Republican Sen. David Sater said Wednesday that he’s meeting with Greitens for a bill signing in Jefferson City Thursday.

The legislation also would make sex trafficking of minors a form of child abuse under state law.

It would require that children be told and informed in writing of their rights when taken into custody by police or juvenile officers, and that foster kids be told their rights.

Another provision would allow the Social Services Department to keep reports of child abuse where the perpetrator is unknown.

The agency now must destroy records if investigations don’t turn up sufficient evidence of abuse.

The Dozier Memorials – A Testament Of The Evil In Mens Hearts

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These crosses marked only a portion of the actual gravesites in the Boot Hill cemetery located on the grounds of the Dozier School for Boys in Marianna.

Gov. Scott Signs Bill Into Law Creating Dozier Memorials, Reburying Unclaimed Remains

FLORIDA  –  Governor Rick Scott has signed a bill into law allowing for the creation of memorials for boys who died from the abuse at the now-closed Dozier School for Boys as well as the abuse survivors.

Robert Straley, a former ward of the North Florida reform school, went there in his early teens.  He says while there, he survived sexual abuse and severe beatings.

“At the Dozier School for Boys, they use whips on the boys like they use on slaves in the 1800s, and they got away with that for 68 years until Governor [Claude] Kirk stopped it in 1968,” he said.  “They wouldn’t think nothing of giving a 10-year-old boy 60 lashes.”

Researchers later unearthed 55 buried remains on the Dozier grounds in Marianna.  And, with the new law in effect, it will now allow for the reburial of the unclaimed remains as well as memorials in Tallahassee and Marianna—costing $1.2 million.  It also opens the door for researchers to unearth even more remains.

Meanwhile, the Florida Legislature also passed a resolution formally apologizing for the abuses Straley and others suffered at the hands of staffers at Dozier and its sister campus in Okeechobee.

Bill Creating Dozier Memorials, Reburying Unclaimed Remains Heads To Gov. Scott

http://news.wfsu.org/post/bill-creating-dozier-memorials-reburying-unclaimed-remains-heads-gov-scott

May 5, 2017
A bill creating memorials to remember the boys who died and were buried in unmarked graves on the Dozier School for Boys’ grounds is now heading to Governor Rick Scott.  It’s part two of what the Florida legislature’s doing to help address the abuses that occurred at the school decades ago.

After Senate Apologizes To Dozier Victims, Will It Now Take Up House Bill Creating Memorials?

http://news.wfsu.org/post/after-senate-apologizes-dozier-victims-will-it-now-take-house-bill-creating-memorials

Apr 27, 2017
Last week, the Florida House formally apologized to the former wards of two now-closed reform schools for the abuse they say they suffered.  Now, the Florida Senate is now doing the same.

Dozier School Apology Bill Heads To Florida Senate Floor

http://news.wfsu.org/post/dozier-school-apology-bill-heads-florida-senate-floor

Apr 25, 2017
A bill formally apologizing to the victims of the now-closed Dozier School for Boys is now heading to the Senate floor, after passing its last committee Tuesday.

As Senate Heads Toward That Path, Florida House Apologizes To Dozier School Victims

http://news.wfsu.org/post/senate-heads-toward-path-florida-house-apologizes-dozier-school-victims

Apr 19, 2017
While the Florida Senate is on its way to that path, the House has officially apologized to the survivors of the infamous Dozier School for Boys.  It’s for the abuse they suffered at the hands of staffers at the state-run juvenile reform school in North Florida decades ago.

Child Safety & Prevention Series #5

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Important things to consider before allowing your child to stay home without you.

Staying Home Alone

With everything parents have to juggle these days, the time may come when families have to leave a child home alone.

There are a number of important things to consider before allowing your child to stay home without you.

You should…

  • Assess your child.  Make sure he or she is mature enough to handle this responsibility.  Ask your child how he or she feels about being alone.
  • Define rules and expectations to help ensure your child maintains a daily routine while home alone.
  • Keep a list of numbers close to the telephone including those for you, other trusted adults, 911 and other emergency services.
  • Create practice situations and be sure your child understands what to do in specific emergencies such as a fire or loss of electricity.

Make sure your child knows…

  • His or her full name, address and telephone number along with your full name and how to reach you.
  • He or she should never open the door for someone unless that person is on a preapproved list of trusted adults you have provided.

Also make sure your child knows how to…

  • Contact 911 in case of an emergency.
  • Carry his or her key so it is hidden and secure.
  • Lock the door after entering and make sure the home is secure.
  • Tell callers you’re unavailable instead of saying he or she is home alone.
  • Check with you immediately upon returning home to let you know he or she has safely arrived.

For more information about child safety, visit MissingKids.com

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