WARNING!!!! This Post is VERY GRAPHIC!!!!
I agonized for over an hour, but it would be wrong not to post this. Just over 2 months ago, when I started the Google+ Page of the same name, I was met with a view toward, or an attitude that shocked me at first. HOW DOES ANYONE LOOK ON CHILD ABUSE WITH APATHY OR INDIFFERENCE. I always knew people knew what was happening. And while I am holding the presses on my post, let’s just go ahead and clear the air. The first thing you are going to hear from someone is PEDOPHILE. No, No, No, not that many out there, although they are something different altogether. No My Friends, the majority of people who Sexually Abuse Children don’t come from the west side of town, nor do they come from south of the border. It is a NARCISSISTIC and HEDONISTIC attitude shared equally among
the races and social classes, whatever some people want, they are going to do it even if it’s their daughter, grandson, neighbor, or student. But I know in my heart that this will awaken some of you. I honestly wish I didn’t have to post this. GOD Bless you all.
Two from Northwest Arkansas sentenced for producing child porn
Two Northwest Arkansas men were sentenced Friday to decades in prison for creating child pornography, in one case involving a 2-year-old girl and in the other case an 8-year-old boy, according to a news release from U.S. Attorney Conner Eldridge.
Scott Sholds, 32, of Fayetteville was sentenced to 80 years in prison for a child pornography offense involving the rape of a 2-year-old girl. Randy Bise, 52, of West Fork was sentenced to 30 years in prison for a child pornography offense involving the sexual abuse of an 8-year-old boy, according to the news release.
In both cases, authorities began investigating after receiving reports that child porn was on the defendants’ cell phones.
Videos on a phone that had been in Sholds’ possession depicted him performing sex acts on the girl, according to the news release. Photos on Bise’s phone included sexually explicit images of an 8-year-old boy, who was later identified as a family friend, according to the news release.
“The actions taken by these two defendants against these very young and innocent children shocks the conscience and will forever impact their lives,” Eldridge said in the news release. “A two-year-old little girl and an eight-year-old little boy were the victims of these child predators. Crimes such as these are reprehensible, and we must do everything in our power to both prevent abuse and prosecute those responsible to the fullest extent of the law.”
Mother, boyfriend beat 3-year-old boy to death
WEST CALN TOWNSHIP, Pa. — A 3-year-old boy was savagely beaten to death by his mother and her boyfriend, police say.
CBS Philadelphia reports that 31-year-old Jillian Tait and 23-year-old Gary Fellenbaum were charged Thursday in the death of Scotty McMillan.
Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan had tears in his eyes as he described the weeks of horrible abuse Scotty suffered before dying. The duo are accused of slowly killing McMillan over the course of three days, using a homemade whip, a piece of aluminum siding and even their fists, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Hogan said before Scotty died Tuesday, he had been hung upside down by his feet and spent time taped to a chair for the beatings. The couple also reportedly also hit the child with a frying pan repeatedly. “Though the heavens may fall, justice will be done to these defendants,” Hogan said.
He said his office will pursue the death penalty.
They are also accused of beating Scotty’s brother six-year-old Ryan McMillan. Both children are Tait’s from a previous relationship. All four moved into a trailer in West Caln Township last month, with Fellenbaum’s wife and their 11-month-old daughter. Police say both Fellenbaum and Tait abused both boys for weeks, but the violence escalated by Sunday. The couple allegedly used homemade weapons. “They whipped Scotty. They whipped him with a curtain rod,” Hogan said. “And while they were doing that they were laughing.”
Hogan told CBS Phildelphia, “You see here aluminum siding from a window. And that, of course, are the holes in the wall where heads are going through the wall.” Police say Scotty was beaten so badly Tuesday he became unresponsive, but instead of getting help Tait and Fellenbaum left him alone on this air mattress. “They went shopping, and went out for pizza and came back and fooled around,” Hogan said.
The trailer where Scotty spent his final days is also home to Amber Fellenbaum, Gary Fellenbaum’s wife, and her 11-month-old daughter with Fellenbaum. Amber Fellenbaum found Scotty dead Tuesday and called 911. Hogan says she knew about the beatings and never called police. She is now facing child endangerment charges.
Ex Baltimore Ravens cheerleader Molly Shattuck arrested, charged with rape
(CNN) — The woman who was once the oldest cheerleader in the NFL faces rape charges for alleged sexual encounters with a teenager at a Delaware vacation home.
Former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader Molly Shattuck, 47, turned herself in to authorities on Wednesday and was arraigned on charges of third-degree rape, unlawful sexual contact and providing alcohol to minors, police said. Shattuck’s alleged relationship with the 15-year-old boy “began in the area in which they resided near Baltimore, Maryland, and culminated with Shattuck providing alcohol to minors and engaging in a sexual relationship with the 15-year-old male at a vacation rental home in Bethany Beach, Delaware, over Labor Day weekend,” Delaware State Police said.
She has pleaded not guilty and posted $84,000 bail, CNN affiliate WBAL reported. “This is a difficult situation for everyone involved. Thank you for your time,” defense attorney Michelle Lipkowitz said, according to WBAL
Shattuck became the oldest cheerleader in the NFL when she joined the Ravens’ squad in 2005 at age 38. In 1997, she married Mayo Shattuck III, the former CEO of Constellation Energy. The two are separated and going through a divorce, according to WBAL. A 2008 profile of Shattuck on the Ravens’ website described her as a “well-known civic leader in Baltimore.” That year, she appeared on the FOX reality show “Secret Millionaire,” living for a week on low wages in a coal-mining town in eastern Pennsylvania, according to the profile.
Shattuck was nominated for a service award from Maryland’s governor’s office this year for her work. She also published a book, “Vibrant Living,” detailing her 21-day “back-to-basics approach to better health and better habits.”
A teenage girl was jailed for six-and-a-half years Tuesday for drugging and beating girls as young as 13 into prostitution in Canada’s capital Ottawa after luring them through social media. The 18-year-old ring leader was only 15 when she was arrested along with two other girls in 2012.
She had faced a maximum sentence of three years under Canadian law for youths, but prosecutors took the rare step of asking that she be sentenced as an adult, which carries a much higher penalty. One of her accomplices was previously sentenced to three years in prison while the other is still awaiting sentencing.
Acting on their own without adult guidance, the girls used social media to lure victims to a suburban Ottawa home where they would be encouraged or forced to take drugs, and then delivered up to adult clients. If they refused, they were threatened with violence and blackmail.
One victim was forced kicking and screaming into a man’s car at a gas station. She escaped but was quickly caught and dragged back. Another’s clothes were ripped off in the basement of a house and she was photographed naked.
The youngest victim’s mother dropped off her daughter at the home of one of the accused for a sleepover. The girl returned home distraught the next day, wearing makeup, heels and a trench coat that didn’t belong to her.
The court heard that one of the accused would send photographs of a new recruit to prospective men from her cellphone, and if they agreed, she would send the girl by taxi to the man’s home to sell sex. Police eventually broke up the prostitution ring in June 2012 after one of the victims complained to her mother, who informed authorities.
Harrisburg Pa, woman arrested for Child Endangerment
West Shore Regional police have arrested a Harrisburg woman after she left her 7-year-old girl outside in the 45 degree cold for 2 hours without any adult supervision.
Shanette Williams, 29, is being charged with child endangerment after police say on Friday neighbors reported seeing the girl standing outside of a home along Poplar Street in Wormleysburg.
The neighbors took the little girl inside so she could warm up and called police.
Williams showed up after police were called and admitted to leaving the child. Williams was taken to the Cumberland County Prison but is now out on bail.