TX Law Enforcement Investigating ExNurse

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The mother of one 2-month-old boy said he now has several fractured bones.

McKinney daycare worker suspected in at
least three Child Abuse cases

MCKINNEY, TX  –  New police documents show a former McKinney day care worker arrested for child abuse is suspected of hurting three infants.

Records show while police were investigating the first complaint against Jessica Wiese and looking at daycare surveillance video, they discovered two more possible cases that the babies’ parents didn’t even know about.

McKinney daycare worker arrested after baby goes home with broken bones

Six-month-old Henry is one of the babies former Joyous Montessori McKinney worker Jessica Wiese is accused of injuring.  His mother agreed to talk to FOX 4 as long as her face was not shown.

“I don’t know what to do, you know?  I don’t know what the next steps are.  This is all new to him.  This is what he thinks life is,” she said.  “And I can’t bear to think that anyone could hurt a precious baby.”

Henry’s mother said he has been in Wiese’s care since he was 8 weeks old.  Since then, she’s noticed him with a scratch.

“They said they would look into the video,” she said.  “I come back from work to pick him up.  ‘Oh, that’s not on the video.  There’s no video.’”

The first-time mom said on other occasions Henry came home with bruises and a bit of a black eye.

“At the time in my thinking, yeah he could’ve just grabbed the toy and hit himself,” she thought.

After another mother complained about bruises on her child, police investigated and arrested Wiese Monday for injury to a child.  The next day, Henry’s mother was contacted by Montessori management, Child Protective Services and police.  She said she was asked to watch video footage from the daycare to identify her son.

“It was her slapping the back of his head.  But that’s all I wanted to watch,” Henry’s mother said.  “I can’t watch any more than that.  It was pretty, pretty rough.”

An arrest warrant affidavit states that Wiese was caught on camera slapping Henry, “causing him to cry out in pain,” and then “slamming his head into the changing table” and finally covering his face “pressing down, crushing [his] face downward.”

Another affidavit states that Wiese was captured on camera that same day injuring another child by “body [slamming]” that baby onto the changing table.

Records reveal Wiese used to work as a labor and delivery nurse in North Texas but she had her license revoked for stealing and using drugs.

Henry and his mother spent part of Thursday at the hospital, getting a full body scan that will tell them whether he has any fractures as a result of her care.

“Just to think that someone has the nerve to hurt an innocent newborn baby,” she said.  “I can’t even put into words what should happen to her.”

The daycare said Wiese is no longer an employee.

McKinney police are still wanting to talk to the parents of any children who have been at Joyous Montessori since May 2016.

TN Woman Accused Of Rape, Child Sex Battery

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Ashley Thomas is charged with child neglect, criminal responsibility for rape of a child, and sexual battery.

Pregnant mother indicted on charges of
sex abuse against child

TIPTON COUNTY, TN  –  A pregnant Millington mother was indicted on 13 sexual abuse charges against a minor.

Ashley Thomas is charged with child neglect, criminal responsibility for rape of a child, and sexual battery.

The charges stem from a case involving her boyfriend David Henson.

Earlier this year, Henson was sentenced to more than 25 years for rape and sexual exploitation.

See video here

A Child’s Sanctuary Until Born

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IT IS MURDER!!!!

AG Paxton Defends State Ban on Barbaric Abortion Procedure at the 5th Circuit

AUSTIN, TX  –  A legal team from Attorney General Ken Paxton’s office today urged the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit to overturn a lower court ruling blocking part of Senate Bill 8, a law enacted by the Texas Legislature, which prohibits ghastly dismemberment abortions.

Abortion by dismemberment, which is performed in the second trimester, kills fetuses by using forceps to tear them apart limb by limb while they are still alive, causing the unborn child to bleed to death in their mother’s womb.  The law does not prohibit other second-trimester abortions.

“My office’s legal team exposed the horrific truth of dismemberment abortions, a gruesome, inhumane, and barbaric procedure that completely disregards respect for human life,” Attorney General Paxton said.  “During today’s arguments, we demonstrated that Senate Bill 8 is constitutional, and I’m optimistic that the 5th Circuit will uphold Texas’ lawful authority to protect unborn children from this abhorrent procedure.”

Although the U.S. Supreme Court previously held that states may pass laws to protect and foster respect for unborn life by banning inhumane abortion procedures, the U.S. District Court in Austin ruled against Senate Bill 8 the day before it was to take effect.

The Texas law was put on weeklong trial in November 2017 and the district court ruled in favor of abortion providers who challenged Senate Bill 8.  Attorney General Paxton immediately filed a notice of appeal to the 5th Circuit.  A three-judge panel of the 5th Circuit heard today’s oral arguments.

View Attorney General Paxton’s brief defending Senate Bill 8 here:
http://bit.ly/2EWQmaJ

NM Man Jailed Over Child Not Sitting

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Joshua Salais, 23

Boy who couldn’t sit down at school
sparks abuse investigation

LAS CRUCES, NM  –  Authorities arrested a Las Cruces man suspected of spanking his young stepson multiple times and hard enough to leave visible bruising on the boy’s buttocks.

Joshua Salais, 23, is charged with one count of child abuse.  The charge is a third-degree felony count.

Investigators learned that on Oct. 22, 2018, a 7-year-old boy was at his elementary school and had difficulty sitting down, according to the Las Cruces Police Department.

The young boy went to the school’s nurse, where it was discovered he had black and purple bruising on his buttocks.

The boy indicated to authorities that he was injured by Salais, who had spanked him.

The boy also indicated that his mother had to intervene to stop Salais.

Las Cruces police detectives believe that Salais used a belt on the young boy’s bare skin 8 to 10 times over the last two weeks.

Investigators subsequently observed bruising, in different stages of healing, that were consistent with allegations of the boy being struck hard, multiple times over several days.

Custody of the young boy has since been turned over to his grandmother.

A warrant was issued for the arrest of Salais.  He was taken into custody Friday evening and booked into the Doña Ana County Detention Center where he was initially held without bond.

Murder Trial Ignored By Big Media

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A photo of empty media seats taken during testimony at the 2013 Kermit Gosnell trial in Philadelphia went viral.

Drug Investigators Stumbled Onto Nearly
50 Children’s Bodies in Clinic of Horrors

The story is horrific and shocking.  It is so unbelievably gruesome that some preview audiences had a hard time believing it could be real.

But whenGosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer executive producer John Sullivan sat down with The Western Journal’s Josh Manning, he explained that was why actual crime scene photos were included during the credits rolling at the end of the movie: Those horrors really did happen.

Investigators found the bodies of nearly 50 children at Kermit Gosnell’s Women’s Medical Society clinic in Philadelphia, and they were not stored in one place as medical waste.  Instead, around every corner investigators found more surprises in the “house of horrors,” according to the firsthand accounts the movie-makers used.

“They were stored in plastic bags, they were put into orange juice containers with the lids cut off, and they were stored in refrigerators in the lunch room … in the break room,” Sullivan said.

As horrific as the discoveries were, little media attention was given to the story, even during the trial.  It didn’t fit the pro-abortion agenda supported by so many in the establishment media.

In an opinion piece for LifeNews, reporter J.D. Mullane of the Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Courier Times noted that he covered “the 2013 trial of the infamous Philadelphia abortionist and killer of newborns, a murder trial ignored by Big Media.”  The scene of the all the empty media seats from the trial was actually reflective of a real photo Mullane snapped in disgust at the actual proceedings.

And that is not all.  I n a preview for the movie, the character of Assistant District Attorney Alexis “Lexy” McGuire says, “Nothing that man did that protects women or children.  And you don’t have to be a pro-life activist to see that.’”  And perhaps that is the biggest problem of all for the movie and the telling of the story.

This was evidenced when “Gosnell,” which opened Oct. 12 and was doing well on screens nationwide, suddenly started disappearing from theaters.  Audiences have raved about the film, with some viewers reporting it changed their views about abortion.

College student Kathy Zhu is one of them. “Yesterday, I was pro-choice,” she told her 50,000 Twitter followers.  “I believed that women should have a say & the gov shouldn’t be interfering w/ our lives.  Today, I’m pro-life.”

Yesterday, I was pro-choice. I believed that women should have a say & the gov shouldn’t be interfering w/ our lives

Today, I’m pro-life.  After watching #Gosnell & doing in-depth research, I finally understand the horrors of loopholes in late-term abortions.  Pls go watch Gosnell pic.twitter.com/H7WPz8Dcoj

— Kathy Zhu (@PoliticalKathy) October 22, 2018

Despite — or more likely because of — the impact it is having on audiences, “Gosnell” has faced numerous obstacles since its release.

The film’s producer has said Facebook blocked “Gosnell” advertising and The New York Times reneged on ads and refused to review the movie.

Although the filmmakers strove for accuracy, “Gosnell” is not graphic in its portrayal of the horrific events.  This, in contrast to some ordinary or even Halloween and horror-themed movies, would not be a reason for the movie to be pulled from theaters or have its advertising banned.

Anyone interested in seeing the film may purchase tickets online via links on the movie’s website.

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