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.”
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.”
Teen’s disappearance helps reveal Alabama sex ring
BAY MINETTE, Ala. — By most accounts, 19-year-old Brittney Wood was with uncle Donnie Holland the night of May 30, 2012, the last time anyone saw her. Holland — who was under investigation for horrific sex crimes at the time — died from a bullet within days in what was ruled a suicide.
The investigation that followed has publicly unraveled what authorities describe as a dark, twisted tale of perversion in the working-class neighborhoods and piney backwoods of coastal Alabama. Eight of Woods’ adult relatives and three family friends have been charged with dozens of felonies in two counties as the alleged members of an incestuous ring that authorities say shared children for group sex. Holland was the leader, prosecutors say, of what has been described as the largest sex ring ever uncovered in Alabama. Wood was a victim and likely key witness.
Wood is presumed dead, but authorities haven’t found a trace of her and no one is charged in her disappearance. Even without Wood to testify, two of her uncles and an older brother already have pleaded guilty to sex charges, and jurors this month convicted a friend of Holland’s of multiple sex charges in the first trial. Others — including the missing teen’s mother, Chessie Wood, and two aunts — await trial.
Chessie Wood, accused of having sex with a young female relative, said she had no idea what was going on in the family until after her daughter’s disappearance. “The No. 1 thing here is to find Brittney. The No. 2 thing is to get all these sick (people) off the streets,” she said
Perhaps the most troubling question is why didn’t child welfare workers pursue charges following what prosecutors describe as multiple complaints about sexual abuse within the family going back at least six years? “You’d be surprised how many of them had prior allegations. Nothing happened,” said Heinz, an assistant district attorney in Baldwin County. “You have to wonder what wouldn’t have happened to these children if something had been done. And Brittney might still be alive.”
The case is so big officials don’t know exactly how many kids inside and outside the family might have been victimized; estimates range from 11 to 16 children who were as young as 3 or 4 when they were first molested or made to watch adult relatives during drug-fueled orgies. The children of the suspects have all been placed in foster care or with relatives who weren’t involved in the crimes.
Authorities believe group sex and child sexual abuse went on for three generations in two families that merged when Holland married Wendy Wood, Chessie Woods’ sister. “Donnie was the manager. He’d say, ‘I’ve got this child and this adult, come on over,'” said Mobile County Assistant District Attorney Nicki Patterson.
Brittney Wood, meanwhile, led a life that was troubled long before folks on the Alabama coast came to know her smile because of missing persons fliers posted in store windows and shared on social media. The single mother of a daughter born when she was 17, Wood was molested as a child by a step-grandfather who went to prison for the crime, said Patterson. Before she went missing, Patterson said, Wood was using drugs and had a gun for personal protection while bouncing between relatives’ homes; others often cared for her daughter.
A relative reported Holland for allegedly abusing one of the family girls in February 2012, authorities said, and word spread through the clan. Private Facebook messages provided to The Associated Press by Stephanie Hanke, Brittney Wood’s stepmother, show that a female relative informed Wood about being raped by three male relatives on May 27, just three days before Wood vanished.
After Holland died, relatives and police wondered about Wood. “We didn’t even realize she was missing until after they found him shot,” said Hanke. Searches for the teen began and the sex abuse probe picked up, too. Two of Woods’s uncles, Dustin Kent and Scott Wood, were arrested within three weeks and later pleaded guilty to rape and sodomy. Aunts and family friends were eventually charged.
This month, family friend Billy Brownlee, 50, was convicted in Baldwin County on charges of sexually abusing a girl in the Holland family when she was about 12. Brownlee claimed Donnie Holland forced him into the acts against his will, but jurors needed only 20 minutes to return a guilty verdict.
Donnie Holland’s 35-year-old wife, Wendy, is set for trial in early December in what could be a key prosecution. Court records show she has pleaded not guilty, and Heinz said she shows no interest in a plea agreement.
Still, authorities wonder how child sexual abuse could go on for years between so many people without anyone being charged until 2012. One girl accused an uncle of sexually abusing her as early as 2008, Heinz said, but welfare workers found the complaint unsubstantiated. “You look at these reports and wonder, ‘Why? How did it not go anywhere?'” said Heinz.
This UNJUST EVIL has flourished and spread everywhere on this Earth since the beginning of time. It is TIME to stop trash like this from preying on Our Children!!!! It is TIME to stop these perverted predators from taking the future from so many of Our Children!!!!
IT IS TIME TO DESTROY THIS VERMIN FOR THE SAKE OF OUR CHILDREN!!!!
Our Children are the Future Of This World.
Demand Criminal Justice for Buyers of Sex with Children
America’s youth are at risk because Demand for Sex Acts with Children drives the market of exploitation.
Little has been done to address the culture of tolerance or confront the obvious conclusion that penalizing buyers is essential to protecting our youth from becoming prey.
In a very limited number of cases, a buyer has been convicted federally under a provision of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act, and this needs to be developed for greater applicability at the state level. Enactment of good laws at the state and federal level are essential but just the beginning. Enforcement of these laws will be the deterrent necessary to stem demand for Commercial Sex Acts with a CHILD.
In what is increasingly referred to as human trafficking in the media, there is little consistency in the language used to refer to the conduct of buyers. In many instances, in an attempt to obscure and coverup the offense of Buying Sex Acts with a Child, the offense is listed as SIMPLE PROSTITUTION!
Out of 407 relevant cases identified largely through media sources, only 25 of those media outlets referred to a Minor Victim as a Prostitute; reflecting the attitudes that prevent these cases from being reported as serious offenses of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of a Child.
Penalizing buyers is essential to protecting our youth from becoming prey!!!!