Nurse convicted for sharing information
on child rape has license suspended
JOHNSON CITY, TN – A former Johnson City Medical Center nurse who was a sexual assault examiner has had her license suspended for five years, 18 months after she was found guilty of unlawful disclosure of confidential child sex abuse information.
Tessa Proffitt, of Jonesborough, was found guilty on six counts in November 2018 after she was discovered to have communicated with the mother of a child rape suspect about the case. William David Blevins was convicted in the case of rape of a child who was 10 years old at the time of the offenses.
During its investigation into Blevins, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) discovered Proffitt was communicating with Alicia May, a registered nurse who is Blevins’ mother, according to a Tennessee Board of Nursing agreed order.
Proffitt, as a sexual assault nurse examiner, had performed a rape examination on Blevins’ victim and collected evidence for a rape kit.
A Washington County grand jury initially charged Proffitt with two counts of tampering with evidence and one count of criminal conspiracy to tamper with evidence in addition to the unlawful disclosure charges.
Now, a report out indicates that a man who dresses as a woman and reads storybooks to children in the Houston Public Library during Drag Queen story time is actually a convicted child sex offender.
First, Dylan Pontiff, a self-professed sodomite and drag queen, stated, “This is going to be the grooming of the next generation. We are trying to groom the next generation.”
Well, indeed, they are doing it and parents are virtually silent and so is the city that elected a lesbian mayor, who tried to force bathroom bills on the public that put everyone at risk.
According to MassResistance, an organization that outs sodomite behavior across the nation and take it head on, another sodomite drag queen has been unmasked for the child sex offender he is.
Houston MassResistance unmasks another Child Sex Offender at Drag Queen Story Time, a drag performer with many aliases (who) has sexually assaulted children and publicly recounted his history as a transgender dominatrix and prostitute for hire. Janet Mefferd tweeted.
Houston MassResistance Unmasks Another Child Sex Offender at Drag Queen Story Time, “a drag performer with many aliases (who) has sexually assaulted children and publicly recounted his history as a transgender dominatrix and prostitute for hire.” https://t.co/oItecyNVOh
— Janet Mefferd (@JanetMefferd) April 6, 2019
“We have another big reveal today at our press conference which will take place at 2 PM at the Freed Montrose Library,” local MassResistance leader Tracy Shannon announced in an email. “Due to this individual using multiple aliases and having moved around a lot it was hard to nail down his identity but we finally connected the dots. We found his name a few days ago but trying to find some affirmation and photos was like looking for a needle in a haystack of social media postings.”
“Once we affirmed the identity we ran background checks and found the record. We will reveal all at 2 PM Central time at our press conference,” she added.
She didn’t let the Houston Public Library off the hook either. Blasting them in a conference, Shannon said, “MassResistance will demand an audit of the entire HPL background checks vs volunteer applications to see how many have experienced an ‘oversight’ and how many sex offenders have been allowed to participate in children’s programming at the libraries in Houston. We will also be demanding a city ordinance that requires background checks for all city-sanctioned programs for children when we have our press conference.”
PJ Media reported:
Shannon sent PJ Media the research document outlining how MassResistance uncovered this second alleged sex offender.
She connected the man to an article at About Online recalling experiences in “sex work” as a “professional dominatrix.” At the beginning, the anonymous author admitted, “I had tried for so many years to alleviate my depression and dysphoria through random sex, I had lost track of how many partners I’ve had.” This eased the transition from “sex work” to becoming a transgender prostitute and porn actor.
Shannon also connected the man to the Instagram account of Liza Lott, and to the group Space City Sisters/Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence. Instagram posts allegedly show this man posing with other Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, guiding children “past hate groups to Drag Queen Story Time.”
It appears the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence are a transgender anti-Catholic group, mocking Roman Catholic nuns by dressing in habits but living by a sexually licentious standard — the exact opposite of true nuns.
MassResistance uncovered an online record purporting to be his. PJ Media reached out to the Harris County clerk for corroboration, but since the man was 16 at the time of his conviction, his juvenile record has been sealed.
The organizers of Drag Queen Story Time said they provided the HPL legal department ” a comprehensive list of every guest performer, every book read, and every song sung” around October 2018. Yet this man escorted children to the Drag Queen Story Time in late October.
“The malfeasance by the legal department, library staff, Mayor Turner, Rhea Lawson and city council members who are close to and protecting this program from scrutiny is appalling,” Tracy Shannon told PJ Media. “In January, we gave city council and the mayor an expose that was over 160 pages. Our expose is now over 600 pages on this program and we are not even done.”
“We still do not have all documents requested by this ‘transparent’ administration and the library and we are submitting more FOIA requests based on the uncovering of more negligence and malfeasance,” she added.
This is MassResistance’s second bust in the drag queen story time criminal activity.
Back in March, the group revealed that 32-year-old Alberto Garza, who goes by the stage name Tatiana Mala-Niña, was convicted in 2008 for sexually assaulting an 8-year-old boy.
“If they had done their job and due diligence, they might have said wait — maybe it’s not a good idea to have a sex offender who at 200 pounds and 5-foot-11 assaulted an 8-year-old boy,” Tracy Shannon, a leader of the Houston chapter of MassResistance, told reporters on Friday.
Local media seemed stunned in their reporting that such a thing could even happen. This shows you how clueless…. or complicit they are in all of this.
While the library issued an apology and pledged that “this participant will not be involved in any future HPL programs,” they meant it solely to cover their own backsides.
“In our review of our process and of this participant, we discovered that we failed to complete a background check as required by our own guidelines,” the library statement read. We deeply regret this oversight and the concern this may cause our customers. We realize this is a serious matter.”
No, that is not what occurred. I’ll guarantee you no background check was conducted at all on these people. They merely got caught selling your children out.
Furthermore, what in God’s name are you parents in Houston doing? It doesn’t appear you are doing enough to not only stand up for your own kids but the kids of your community to call out the people practicing an abomination in your city.
It’s time that parents across the country band together against the sodomites, the corrupt government and the perverted criminals that are targeting your children before it is ultimately too late. There is no way this is only going on in Houston, Texas.
Medina County Man accused of sexually
assaulting 5 foster children took in 180+ girls
Medina County, TX – A Medina County man accused of sexually assaulting five former foster children, including several in Bexar County, took in more than 180 young girls over a five year period, officials said.
That leads investigators to believe there could be numerous other victims who have yet to come forward.
“It’s not a question about whether there are more,” said Medina County Sheriff Randy Brown. “It’s just about how many.”
One additional victim has already come forward since news broke Wednesday of 58-year-old Miguel Briseno’s arrest, Brown said, bringing the unofficial total to six victims. A charge has not been filed in the sixth alleged case.
Briseno, who is currently being held in the Medina County Jail on a $500,000 bond, was a licensed foster parent from 2005 through 2010, Brown said. During that time he lived in both Bexar and Medina counties.
Over the course of the five years, more than 180 girls passed through his care, Brown said. At various times, Briseno was reportedly taking care of up to 12 girls at once.
Brown said Child Protective Services contracted with a third-party company, who has not yet been publicly identified, to place the girls in Briseno’s home.
“Those girls were taken from some environment and then you have some jackass like him abusing these girls that already have troubles,” Brown said. “I’m aggravated at the whole system. I’m aggravated at the company that placed these girls. It was a money-making deal, the way they were running those girls through there like livestock. It wasn’t about making a better world for them. They were making a profit off them.”
Representatives of Child Protective Services could not immediately comment on the relationship with the company.
Two of the charges against Briseno are out of Medina County, and the remaining three originated in Bexar County. Brown said Briseno first became a foster parent while living in Von Ormy, where the alleged assaults occurred, and later moved to Devine, Texas, in Medina County.
Wednesday’s arrest was not the first time Briseno was arrested on child sex abuse charges. In April 2013, the Medina County Sheriff’s Office arrested him on a charge of solicitation to commit sexual assault of a child. The arrest came after one of Briseno’s foster children said he had sexually assaulted her in August 2012, when he no longer had a foster license, Brown said.
It is not clear why Briseno did not have a license after 2010 and how Briseno still had foster children in his care two years later, though investigators discovered Briseno had attempted to move his foster parent license into his wife’s name, Brown said.
“It’s not a loophole, it’s just downright wrong,” Brown said.
Briseno pleaded guilty in September 2015 to a reduced charge of attempted assault, a Class B misdemeanor. Brown said investigators and prosecutors had difficulty securing testimony against Briseno.
He was sentenced to 180 days in jail, though county officials couldn’t confirm how much time he was actually incarcerated.
Brown said his office, as well as other investigating agencies like the Texas Rangers, plan to look into the unnamed third-party company responsible for placing the children in Briseno’s care. They’re also working to determine whether his wife could be held criminally responsible.
All of Briseno’s reported victims were teenagers at the time of the alleged abuse. They’re now in their 20s. For investigators, the next step is to identify the dozens of remaining girls who were ever in Briseno’s care.
“We don’t know where they’re at,” Brown said.
“If you’ve stayed at that house, if you were a foster child [in Briseno’s care], please contact us,” he said. “Whether you feel something inappropriate happened or not, we’d still like to talk to you.”
Victims are asked to call 210-335-8477 if they have any information on Briseno’s alleged abuse.
Two inmates in Seagoville’s federal facility are accused of having drawings of girls engaging in sex acts. Such depictions were outlawed in 2003.
Two men already in the Seagoville federal prison for child pornography convictions have been slapped with new charges of possession of obscene material for having drawings and writings showing children being sexually abused.
Experts say that such offenders are using pencil and paper to fulfill their urges while behind bars, where the inmates pass the amateur comic books among themselves and sell them.
Seagoville inmates Danny Borgos, 27, and John R. Farrar, 56, are accused of having several drawings of girls depicted as being as young as 6.
A 2003 federal obscenity law makes it illegal to possess child pornography drawings, and a federal appeals court in 2008 upheld the nation’s first conviction under that law.
For a child pornography charge, the children have to be real. But drawings, paintings, writings, sculptures and other depictions of children being sexually abused fall under the obscenity law, known as the Protect Act, if they are shown to lack serious scientific, literary, artistic or political value.
But some question whether the law goes too far.
James Cantor, Ph.D, an associate professor of psychiatry at the University of Toronto and an international expert on pedophilia, said child pornography laws are intended to protect actual people.
“When talking about a drawing, who’s the victim?” he asked. “We feel these are icky. But icky is not a real reason to pass a law.”
Borgos was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison in Dallas last month for having the comic book. That was more time than he got for having actual child pornography.
He was serving a five-year sentence for a 2013 conviction out of New York for possessing and distributing child pornography. In that case, Borgos discussed online his “desire to rape prepubescent children and the excitement he derives from the children’s pain,” court records show.
That prior case boosted the statutory minimum sentence for the new conviction.
A prison guard was about to search a cell in October 2014 when he saw Borgos and another inmate sitting at a table in front of the cell, according to court records.
Borgos had a 37-page comic book that said “Kidskin COMIXXX” on the cover. The title was “Three Daughters Pt. 1.” The comic book featured drawings of three girls, ages 6, 9 and 11, who are engaged in sexually explicit conduct, with captions that tell a lurid story.
Borgos told prison authorities the book was his and that another inmate made the drawings for him and offered to draw more.
More recently, on May 5, Farrar was found at the Seagoville prison with at least six drawings, some titled “Family Night” and “Extra Credit,” which showed young girls being sexually abused, according to federal court records. He was indicted on Nov. 4.
Federal authorities also seized two books of writings about the sexual abuse of minors from Farrar. One of them was hidden inside the cover of a paperback book, court records show.
Farrar, a Massachusetts downtown revitalization consultant, was convicted in that state in 2007 of possessing and transporting child pornography and sentenced to 10 years in prison. In that case, Farrar told an undercover FBI agent online that “I love them all, infant to 13,” court records show.
It’s unclear whether similar comics, drawings and writings are being distributed among other inmates in the Seagoville prison. The Bureau of Prisons declined to comment on the cases, “due to this matter currently being in litigation.”
Local attorneys say they can’t remember the last time someone in North Texas was prosecuted under the 2003 federal obscenity law for having child pornography drawings.
But Amy Phenix, Ph.D., a forensic psychologist in California who provides expert court opinions on sex offender evaluation, said such material is not unusual in a prison setting.
“They want something to arouse themselves,” Phenix said.
Lyn Williams, training director for the Austin-based Texas Association Against Sexual Assault, said such material would be a “valuable commodity in prison.” For some, it’s like getting a joint or heroin, he said.
“It’s reinforcing their behavior,” he said about the comics. “That’s not going to help when they get out.”
But Cantor said government shouldn’t pass a law based on an “emotional gut reaction.”
“Good public policy comes from minimizing and eliminating harm,” Cantor said.
The question of the legality of child sex comics has been settled in federal court, where First Amendment arguments have consistently failed.
In 2005, Dwight Whorley of Virginia became the first person convicted under the 2003 obscenity law. A federal appeals court upheld the conviction in 2008.
Whorley used a state computer to download Japanese anime cartoons showing young girls having sex with men. Whorley, who spent time in jail for previous child pornography charges, got 20 years in prison.
In another noted case, an Iowa comic book collector, Christopher Handley, was arrested after Japanese manga comic books showing children being sexually abused were mailed to him.
Handley was convicted in 2010 under the federal obscenity law after unsuccessfully challenging it during his trial. He did not have a criminal record and was given six months in prison. It was the first time someone was sent to prison for owning comic books, according to the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund.
His attorney argued that there was no evidence the drawings represented any actual people and that they were “purely a product of the artist’s imagination,” court records show.
Handley’s attorney said that fictional characters in cartoons have no age. He said the indictment violated the First and Fifth Amendments.
But U.S. District Judge James E. Gritzner said in his ruling that Handley was confusing child pornography laws with obscenity laws. Child pornography offenses require the depiction of an actual minor while obscenity offenses do not, he said.
“Obscene materials are afforded no protection under the First Amendment,” Gritzner said in his ruling.