Category Archives: Child Innocence

AMBER ALERT -ACTIVE- Update

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AMBER ALERT!!!!

AMBER ALERT for Whitney, Texas

Lulamae King (5-years old), Deondre King (6-years old)
Last seen in Whitney, TX

Update: Vehicle was found abandoned – Vehicle information has been deleted.

An AMBER Alert has been issued for two children, Lulamae Ann King and Deondre King. 

Law enforcement has listed the two suspects, Clifford Ray King Jr. and Cristal Chauntell Taylor, in connection to their abduction.

The children are believed to be in grave or immediate danger.  If you have any information regarding this abduction, call the Hill County Sheriffs Office at 254-582-5313 or 911.

Thank You For Your Support!!!!

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I am My Brother’s Keeper

NOT IN MY WORLD!!!! is very proud to introduce “My Brother’s Keeper“, which is Our New Blog.

My Brother’s Keeper has it’s very own Domain also, http://notinmyworld.com .

NOT IN MY WORLD!!!! has been Blessed since the very start;  Our voices louder and louder as each new member of Our Circle joined Our Ranks, and we want to say THANK YOU!!!! to each and every one of you for caring so much for Our Children of this world, and wanting to put a stop to the out-of-control Violence!!!!

Janie’s Fund To Help Child Abuse Victims

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Steven Tyler Launches Janie’s Fund

Steven Tyler Launches Janie’s Fund to Help Child Abuse Victims

Steven Tyler has launched a new philanthropic initiative that aims at raising money and awareness to help girls who have suffered sexual abuse, the singer announced today.  For Janie’s Fund, a nod to Aerosmith’s 1989 hit “Janie’s Got a Gun,” Tyler will partner with Youth Villages to bring hope and healing to those victims of neglect and abuse.

On Pump’s “Janie’s Got a Gun,” Tyler tackles the issue of child abuse and incest in the song’s lyrics, and the creation of Janie’s Fund has been a longtime goal of Tyler’s.  “As a father and grandfather, I want to focus my energy on things that really matter and leave behind something else in this crazy world along with my music,” Tyler said in a statement.  “I am starting Janie’s Fund to give a voice to the millions of victims who haven’t had one and encourage everyone to join me on this mission.”

To help plant a foundation for Janie’s Fund, Tyler has launched a Prizeo page filled with unique rewards for those who donate, ranging from t-shirts for $50 “Star” donors to $25,000 “Big Kahuna” donors who will receive a “VIP Mardi Gras Experience” with Tyler. There’s also a Janie’s Angel reward for donors of $75,000 that will include “dinner with Steven Tyler and receive one of his iconic scarf enrobed mic stands (with a working mic) as well as a limited edition signed and numbered framed copy of the ‘Janie’s Got a Gun’ lyric sheet.”

All donors will be entered into a raffle to win the “Ultimate VIP Rock Experience with Steven Tyler” prize, which will include walking down the red carpet with the rocker at his upcoming solo album’s release party as well as the opportunity to hang out with Tyler backstage.

Tyler adds on the Janie’s Fund Prizeo page, “Now…We can’t undo what’s been done by abuse in this country…but we CAN let these girls know they are loved, get them the help they need, and assure them that there is MUCH LIGHT at the end of the tunnel.

Federal Jury Convicted Irving Man For Sex With 12-Yr-Old

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Stop the Sexual Abuse of Our Children

A federal jury in Dallas convicted an Irving man on Wednesday of paying a pimp to have sex with a 12-year-old girl, the U.S. attorney’s office said.

Brady Rodriguez-Cruz, 33, was found guilty of one count of conspiracy to commit sex trafficking of children.  Authorities say he was a “john” who had sex with the victim.

In addition, he pleaded guilty to one count of possession of counterfeit documents.

His co-defendant, Luis Rivera, 19, also of Irving, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit sex trafficking of children on Oct. 22.  He was the pimp in the conspiracy, authorities said.

Rivera met the victim and three other underage girls in Irving in December 2014.

He and his friends took the girls to an empty apartment in Irving where they stayed overnight.  The girls did not have any money and did not eat that day.

The next day, the group went to an apartment belonging to Rivera’s underage friend.  Rivera told the girls “they needed to engage in commercial sex acts to earn money for food,” authorities said.

Rivera planned to charge $100 for sex with one of the girls.  He made some calls and reached Rodriguez-Cruz, who agreed to come to the apartment.

Rodriguez-Cruz arrived with another man.  Rivera told the girls to line up so the men could pick who they wanted.

Rodriguez-Cruz selected the youngest girl — the 12-year-old victim — and had sex with her for a negotiated price of $50.

Rodriguez-Cruz had a counterfeit U.S. permanent residence card when his vehicle was pulled over by Irving police in August.  The card had his photograph but was issued in another person’s name.

Rodriguez-Cruz faces up to life in prison. A sentencing date has not been set.

Rivera is scheduled to be sentenced on Feb. 4, 2016.