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Ast Principle Charged With Failure To Report Child Abuse

Police say Juan Zea turned himself into police on Monday. He is charged with failure to report child abuse.

Austin, TexasAn assistant principal with Walnut Creek Elementary School has been charged with failure to report child abuse after a school bus driver was charged with sexual abuse of a six-year-old student.

According to the Austin Independent School District, Juan Zea has been charged with failure to report child abuse, a Class A misdemeanor.

AISD says Zea had knowledge of the alleged offense in January and late March and failed to report it to the appropriate authorities. Zea has not been on campus since April 22, and he resigned May 6.

A previous affidavit said that Zea warned former AISD bus driver Leon Young about inappropriate activity after seeing him with his hands on a child’s back.

“We are doing everything in our power to investigate the matter and follow any and all leads into how this happened. We take these matters very seriously and are committed to the well-being of our students,” said AISD Superintendent Paul Cruz.

AISD says the AISD Police Department issued the arrest warrant.

New bill aims to end Child Sex Trafficking in Georgia

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New Child Sex Trafficking Bill in Georgia

  I want each and every one of you to look at their numbers, first of all $33,000 weekly is $1,716,000 a year, now how is a $5,000 tax per year going to stop these people from addicting Our Children to the same drugs that part of them just got busted with, and how is it going to stop the GOOD OLD BOYS FROM RAPEING OUR CHILDREN!!!!  HOW IS THIS JUSTICE????  ≠  >>>———->   WE THE PEOPLE!!!!

COLUMBUS, GA  –  Georgia is home to the city named the capital of sexual exploitation in the U.S., and this week Governor Nathan Deal is taking a step to crack down on human trafficking and child slavery.

Governor Nathan Deal and human trafficking rescue groups both agree something needs to be done stop the issue, but they disagree on how to fix the problem.

Governor Deal wants to put the business of human traffickers taking advantage of children to an end.

“The legislature thought that this was an appropriate thing to do and I agree. The sex trafficking issue is one that our state continues to wrestle with,” said Deal.

The legislation signed Tuesday, also known as Rachel’s-Safe Harbor Law, cracks down on sexual exploitation of children by making adult entertainments such as strip clubs pay $5,000 annually if they are convicted of this crime and $2,000 for traffickers if the victim was 18 years and older.

Governor Deal says the state is constantly trying to fight this issue.
“Last year we had a legislation that requires the posting of noticing for individuals who want to get out sex trade or trapped in it,” said Governor Deal.

Bishop Outreach, a nationwide human trafficking rescue organization, doesn’t necessarily know if this will make the crime go away.

“We have to break the cycle of how human trafficking works, not only in the United States but globally. The only way to do it is to have key specialists who work with victims to be able to keep them safe and rehabilitate them,” said Garry Marino of Bishop Outreach.
Lawmakers have said the money will be put in a fund to help kids forced into prostitution.

“I’m skeptical in a sense you’re going to tax adult facilities, is that money going to be used for the rehabilitation of victims of human trafficking and will a system be put in place or does it become a revolving door,” said Marino.

Under the new law, sexually exploited children will be treated as victims and not criminals.

Atlanta’s underground market for sex trafficking is pretty lucrative, bringing in more than $290,000 compared to a city like Washington that does not even bring in half that figure.

Studies say Atlanta pimps make an average of $33,000 a week which is almost three times that of pimps in San Diego or Dallas.

In January 2014, Columbus had it own case of sex trafficking, where a 15-year-old went missing for over month. Thankfully, she was returned to her family.

Mayor of Columbus Teresa Tomlinson has stated in a previous interview Columbus does not have a sex trafficking issue in reference to kids being kidnapped and sold into the sex trade, and that is according to information she received from investigators. She acknowledges there is sex trafficking in our area, involving minors being forced into prostitution. 

Cops Arrested, Indicted In ‘Big Sting’ Operation

As the world watches the violent civil unrest in Baltimore, Maryland, that spells trouble for that city’s embattled police department, another news report on Thursday doesn’t help to quell the anti-police rhetoric of people such as Rev. Al Sharpton, the Black Panthers, the decidedly radical left commentators and others more than happy to capitalize on the death of a black young man named Freddie Gray. According to the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), at least 13 active-duty and retired law enforcement officers from North Carolina were immediately arrested when their indictments were unsealed Thursday morning.

The arrests were part of a federal undercover drug and weapons trafficking sting that began when an anonymous informant notified North Carolina’s Halifax County Sheriff’s Office sometime in 2013.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s two-year operation resulted in illegal drug and weapons charges against seven current or former Northampton County deputy sheriffs, three North Carolina state corrections officers, a Northampton County police and emergency dispatcher, a Windsor police officer, a former Weldon police officer, and a corrections officer for the Virginia State Department of Corrections.

Top federal prosecutors as well as state and federal law enforcement agents during a press conference provided details of what they described to reporters as a conspiracy by the suspects who attempted to transport large quantities of both cocaine and heroin through North Carolina to other states on the east coast.

“Corruption in local government – especially involving law enforcement – threatens the social compact that binds our communities together,” said Assistant Attorney General Leslie G. Caldwell. “When the officer with a gun and a badge is no different from the trafficker peddling drugs in the street, we all suffer. That is why the Criminal Division of the Department of Justice and our law enforcement partners in North Carolina and throughout the country are determined to root out corruption, wherever and in whatever form it may be found,” said Caldwell.

Besides the 13 current and former cops, two civilians are also accused and were also arrested with the other suspects on Thursday morning they were picked up at the Halifax-Northampton Regional Airport and at a nearby warehouse.

The group at the airport were expecting to move a shipment of drugs, prosecutors said, and those at the warehouse were expecting to pick up a shipment in the highly organized crime enterprise. Special Agent in Charge (SAIC) John Strong, who heads of the FBI office in North Carolina, asserted that the accused cops displayed “shock and disbelief” when they were suddenly being treated as criminals.

SAIC Strong said that the FBI special agents didn’t inform the Northampton’s sheriff’s office and the Windsor police department about the investigation until Thursday morning in order to maintain security of the counter-narcotics operation. “Deputies and correctional officers used their law enforcement positions to line their own pockets,” Strong said. “They vowed to protect and serve but instead were motivated by pure greed and tarnished the badges they were trusted to carry.”

The accused are listed by the Department of Justice on its press statement and includes: Northampton County deputies Ikeisha Jacobs, 32; Jason Boone, 29; Jimmy Pair Jr., 48; Curtis Boone, 31; and Thomas Jefferson Allen II, 37; Former Northampton County deputies Wardie Vincent Jr., 35, son of the former sheriff there, and Cory Jackson, 43; Northampton County 911 dispatcher Tosha Dailey, 31; N.C.Department of Public Safety corrections officers Adrienne Moody, 39; Alaina Sue-kam-ling, 27; and Kavon Phillips, 25; Windsor police officer Antonio Tillmon, 31; Virginia Department of Corrections officers Lann Tjuan Clanton, 36; a former Weldon police officer, and Alphonso Ponton, 42; and Raleigh resident Crystal Pierce, 31.

The press statement described how the undercover investigators used federal money and fake drugs to bring the allegedly corrupt to justice. “All 15 defendants are charged with conspiring to distribute controlled substances and conspiring to use and carry firearms during and in relation to drug trafficking offenses. Other charges against certain defendants include attempted extortion, attempted possession with intent to distribute controlled substances, money laundering, federal programs bribery and use and carry of firearms during and in relation to crimes of violence and drug trafficking offenses,” according to the DOJ statement.


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I feel I need to urge everyone to use caution when reading the next to posts.

While many of you will not see the significance in relating my words to the next posts, I don’t mind saying that Our Children are one of the most important issues Our elected Law Makers should be dealing with, and the out-of-control Violence in Our country is a major factor to many of Our Country’s problems.

Our Children have been unprotected for at least 7,000 years, and GOOD PEOPLE are waking up and realizing something is very wrong in Our Country, when elected Officials ignore and even vote against any legislation that will be so watered down when these band-aid laws are, if ever enacted.

Before I move on, I want everyone to understand one thing, massive amounts of cocaine and heroine isn’t being trafficked for an adult party, IT IS BEING USED TO ADDICT AND KILL OUR CHILDREN WHO ARE AT THE MERCY OF THE PERVERTS, CRONYS, AND GOOD OLD UPSTANDING BOYS AND THEIR LITTLE LADIES, WHILE THEY SIP WINE AND SMOKE CUBANS, KNOWING THEY ARE ABOVE THE LAW, 

Planned Parenthood Caught Giving Children Abortions

Partners in crime: Planned Parenthood caught on tape providing secret abortions and other aid to child sex-trafficking rings.

Now does everybody see why we can’t get any laws passed to protect Our Children????

Now if you throw this in here, it makes things look a whole lot worst.


U.S. Jails Sex-Trafficked Kids

If memory serves me correctly, I believe a little over 150 was the most Juvies jailed here in Dallas in a year.

You know that stat was hard to swallow, since in-effect, after throwing Children in jail for prostitution, you more or less take away their last hope of  getting away from the slavers and going home and being good kids.  Because how is a kid going home with prostitution on their record????

BUT, after they are jailed, the pimp just has to sit and wait….

Let’s move right on over here.  In the Demanding Justice Report 2014, a study which was led by Ms Linda Smith
President and Founder, Shared Hope International
U.S. Congress 1995-99, Washington State Senate/House 1983-94

This was a study of supply and demand of Sex Slaves, but especially about Child Sex SlavesWe learned that the Law is really good about arresting the victim, but they arrest the slavers sometimes.  Although they NEVER ARREST ANY BUYERS OF CHILD SEX.

We also learned most people call this a “VICTIMLESS CRIME”.

Maybe we see why Alan Fountain had such a tough time getting over 200 signatures on his petition for Georgia.  I got news for you, that was just 1 state, there is still about 49 states or so to go.

NOW does everybody see just how screwed up Planned Parenthood made this????

Now we know 57,500,000 is a flawed number also, the number since Roe v. Wade in 1973, is more near 70,000,000 DEAD CHILDREN.