Tag Archives: Child Innocence

Child Abuse And Violence Are Out Of Control

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Justin Wallace, a 10-year-old little boy, with a caring, heart of gold, will never be forgotten.

Man who allegedly fatally shot
10-year-old New York boy is charged
with murder

QUEENS COUNTY, NY  –  Jovan Young, 29, who authorities say fatally shot 10-year-old Justin Wallace, has been charged with murder, according to a news release from the Queens District Attorney’s Office.

Young was arraigned on Wednesday before Queens Criminal Court Judge Toko Serita, according to the news release.  He was charged with murder in the second degree, attempted murder in the second degree, assault in the first degree and two counts of criminal possession of a weapon in the second degree.

“There isn’t a parent alive who doesn’t mourn this family’s loss, another tragic result from gun violence,” said District Attorney Melinda Katz in the statement.  “The defendant allegedly fired repeatedly into an occupied house, is now in custody and faces justice in our Courts.”

Young’s next court date is set for June 14, and if he’s convicted, he faces up to 25 years to life in prison, according to the release.

According to the charges, video surveillance from the evening of Saturday, June 5 allegedly shows Young approach the home Wallace was in and fire multiple shots into the residence, Katz said.  Wallace’s 29-year-old uncle was also hit twice, once in the neck and hand, according to the release.

Young also suffered a gunshot wound to his shoulder and was brought to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center in stable condition, the NYPD said.

Beth Unger from the LAS confirmed she represents Young but had no comment.

Support AFA, No Liberal Ideology

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Jonathon Koeppel is a champion that parents should applaud and an inspirational example to other teachers…

Brave teacher tells school board:
Teach education, not left wing ideas

A Louisiana high school teacher laid it on the line recently when he correctly told the local school board that gender identity education was “liberal ideology” that is creeping into New Orleans area classrooms.

Jonathan Koeppel, a third-year Spanish teacher, played a clip from a lesson used by students called “BrainPop,” in which children are directed to stop using personal pronouns like “he” and “she” and begin using gender neutral words like “they.”

While addressing the school board, he said, “This isn’t a political indoctrination camp, it’s public education.”  His full address can be heard in viral video circulating the web.

“I was really shocked when I found out that a children’s program was promoting this idea that there are infinite genders to children,” Koeppel told the Daily Caller.  “When I saw this was happening, I realized that kids in my area were being exposed to this; I said you know what, I am not going to be quiet about it.  I am going to make a very firm stance.”

More and more educators are beginning to stand up and speak out against social experimentation and the indoctrination of public school children into “progressive” ideology.

Jonathon Koeppel is a champion that parents should applaud and an inspirational example to other teachers who want to see common sense teaching returned to the classroom.

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Sign our note of encouragement to Jonathan Koeppel, thanking him for his leadership in speaking out against teaching programs and curriculum that undermine the trust that parents put in public education.

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Also, check out the powerful video, In His Image: Delighting in God’s Plan for Gender and Sexuality, from American Family Studios.  So many families are privately struggling with issues of transgenderism, same-sex attraction, and sexual brokenness.  Many pastors and small group leaders desire to reach out with compassion and truth to those who are struggling, but they don’t even know where to begin.  This feature-length documentary from American Family Studios is now available for church screenings at no cost to you.

Sincerely,
Tim Wildmon, President
American Family Association

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SC Couple Charged In Death Of Newborn

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Aaron Doster, 22, arrested for the death of newborn

Man, woman charged with homicide
by child abuse months after baby girl
dies in York County

YORK COUNTY, SC  –  A man and woman have been arrested following a three-and-a-half-month investigation following the death of a baby girl in York County, officials announced on Wednesday.

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Hannah Parton, 21, was arrested for death of newborn

York County detectives charged Aaron Doster and Hannah Parton with homicide by child abuse and unlawful neglect of a child.

Both Doster, 22, and Parton, 21, were arrested following an investigation into the June 23 death of Parton’s 7-week-old daughter.

Detectives, with help from the State Law Enforcement Division (SLED), charged Doster with homicide after they said he caused blunt force trauma to the head of the baby.

Doster and Parton were also charged with unlawful neglect of a child. Doster was not the father of the baby.

Both Doster and Parton are being held at the York County Detention Center.

Justice For A Child

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Justice is standing in front of a Judge and Jury and being judged for crimes committed.

Last night I came across a picture…

I didn’t remember the name, but I remembered that he walked out a free man.

I have a file just for people like him… he wasn’t there.

Finally I went to the site media folder…

* I am only publishing as little as possible of this case

On October 23, 2015, Cole County Missouri Judge Patricia Joyce sided with the defense, saying Aaron Fisher’s constitutional right to a speedy trial had been violated.  He was freed from jail on Monday, October 26, 2015 and the case was dismissed.

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Aaron Michael Fisher in 2009.

On October 28, 2015 I published:

A WORLD AGAINST INNOCENCE: AARON FISHER RELEASED

The Miller County, MO man, Aaron Michael Fisher, who admitted to raping his five-month-old daughter was released from jail after his trial was dismissed, and disappeared into the night.

I want to say THANK YOU!!!! to Miller County Prosecuting Attorney Ben Winfrey for not giving up on this case.

Rep. Miller Investigating Release Of Aaron Fisher

B.A.C.A. Outraged Over Joyce Ruling

Appeals Court Will Not Reconsider Rape, Sodomy Case Against Aaron Fisher
December 21, 2016

Will Justice Be Served This Time? Aaron Fisher Headed To Trial For Assault On Infant Daughter
February 24, 2017

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Aaron Michael Fisher in 2018.

Last Attempt At Justice Prevails: Aaron
Fisher Sentenced To 15 Years For Assaulting
His Infant Daughter

LACLEDE COUNTY, MO – The notorious case against Aaron Fisher has finally come to an end.

On Friday, January 19, 2018 at the Laclede County Courthouse, Fisher pleaded guilty to 1st degree Assault and was sentenced to 15 years in prison.

Was this justice for the crimes Aaron Michael Fisher committed?  To be totally honest, I believe nothing short of public hanging on the town square will stop crimes like this and most particularly the taking of innocent lives, which I believe is the only definition of a hate crime.

I want everyone to know that there is more to this Child’s Justice, this Child and her sibling was adopted by a very good set of Parents.
Robert StrongBow

Is Your Family Really Safe And Secure?

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National Center For Missing & Exploited Children and KidSmartz.org

Internet, Mobile Phones, and Texting Safety

Children need parental supervision from the day they are born to the day they turn 18-years-of-age. All it takes is one minute alone with the wrong person to seriously alter their once-bright future.
Be the parent your Child deserves.
~ Robert StrongBow ~

Internet, Mobile Phones, and Texting Safety
Tips for Kids

  • Do not post personal information online (name, age, birth date, address, telephone number, or school name).  This information can be used by others to find out where you and your family live.
  • Do not post your picture or pictures of your family online – they can be copied or changed or used to find you.
  • Do not send any inappropriate photo or message by email or text.
  • Do not post your plans and activities in a chat room or on your personal website.
  • Do not post entries that make it clear that no one is at your home.
  • Do not communicate with someone who has made you uncomfortable or afraid.  Tell your parents or a trusted adult if someone does.
  • Do not join online groups or games without talking to your parents.
  • Do not meet with someone you met online without first telling your parents or guardian.
  • Do not post hurtful or inappropriate messages.  If someone else posts hurtful or inappropriate messages — do not respond, but do tell a teacher, parent or other adult.
  • Do not click on any link that you do not know, and you are not sure is legitimate.
  • Do not buy any “apps” or “in app” purchases without talking to your parents or guardian.
  • Do not enable any location services without talking to your parents or guardian.
  • Do remember that people can lie online and say they are something they are not.  Someone who says they are a 12-year-old girl could really be an older man looking to harm you.
  • Do save messages that upset you and show them to your parents.
  • Do share your password with your parents.
  • Do visit http://www.netsmartz.org/ to learn more about Internet safety.

Internet, Mobile Phones, and Texting Safety Tips
for Parents

  • Do teach your child not to post identifying information on the Internet.
  • Do set a limit for how much time your child can spend online.
  • Do keep the computer in a public room in the house.  Do not have an Internet-connected computer in your child’s bedroom.
  • Do utilize parental controls provided by your Internet Service Provider and/or blocking software. (Contact your Internet ISP if you have questions).
  • Do talk to your children about purchasing “in app” products.
  • Do talk to your child about using any location services on their device.
  • Do periodically review your child’s computer, emails and messages.  You should have all of your children’s passwords.
  • Do spend time with your child online.  Have them show you their favorite online destinations.  Get to know your child’s online friends as you would their real-life friends.  Learn to navigate the web.
  • Do know who they text and email.  Most providers have online ways to identify frequent contacts so you can see if someone new appears as a contact.
  • Do monitor your child’s access to the Internet and texting.
  • Do talk to your child about the danger of Internet predators.
  • Do watch for unexplained changes in your child’s behavior.
  • Do NOT hesitate to seek help from law enforcement if you think a predator may be targeting your child.

For more helpful Internet safety information, please visit http://www.netsmartz.org/.  Netsmartz.org has age appropriate videos, activities, and information for students in elementary school, middle school, and high school.

Resources:

NetSmartz Workshop
http://www.netsmartz.org/Parents
A Program Of The
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
http://www.missingkids.com

United States Department of Justice