Corrupt Propagandist Seattle Public School Teachers to Wear Anti-Cop Shirts to School

Imagine THAT!!!!
I have been blaming all of Our Children’s problems on less-than-good parenting.
Good People of every race has laid down their lives as they stood in defense of Our America The Beautiful.
Well, you know the old saying, “You can buy their books, and send them to school, but 2 things are for sure in OUR WORLD:
1 – ANARCHY WILL NEVER LIVE IN THIS COUNTRY.
2 – Our Mighty GOD will be looking at every person as they are Judged one day.

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KING 5 reports teachers at John Muir Elementary School will allegedly be wearing t-shirts that read “Black Lives Matter, We Stand Together” to signify that they agree with Black Lives Matter’s mission.

“It’s something that can be controversial, but just the fact that our whole staff was on board with it, was pretty amazing to me.”

According to one of the teachers at the school, the entire staff will be participating.

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“It’s something that can be controversial, but just the fact that our whole staff was on board with it, was pretty amazing to me,” she said.

Jennifer Whitney, who came up with the idea for the t-shirts, told KING 5, “It’s part of the oppression, the systemic oppression continues on that’s the reason that we’re not seeing changes.”

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Baby Brianna

Mother in New Mexico Child Abuse Case Released from Prison

Special Archive – Baby Brianna

DONA ANA COUNTY, NM  –  Wednesday, the mother of baby Brianna Lopez, the 5-month old who was brutally raped and beat to death in 2002 was released from prison.

Stephanie Lopez was released today after serving nearly 13-years of her 27-year prison sentence.  Lopez was convicted in 2003 in connection to the death of her daughter Brianna.

“This case sent shockwaves through the entire community.  Baby Brianna was horrifically tortured, raped and murdered, and we all want the monsters who took part in this brutal crime to face justice,” Secretary of Corrections Gregg Marcantel said.  “Unfortunately, the law at the time allowed these violent offenders to have a much lighter sentence than what they deserved.”

Brianna was just a few months old when her father Andrew Walters, 59926, and uncle Steven Lopez, 59927, raped and abused her.  Her mother took part in the abuse, biting the child from head to toe, and allowed the rapes to happen.  The jury found Stephanie Lopez not guilty of intentional child abuse, but guilty of child abuse resulting in death.  She received a 27 year sentence but under the law was eligible for day for day good time and credit time for time served in jail awaiting trial.

Walters received a total of 63 years in prison for child abuse resulting in death and rape.  He is also eligible for good time as is Steven Lopez, who received a 57 year sentence in total for rape and neglect resulting in death.

Walters’s mother, Patricia Walters, and his brother, Robert Walters Junior, were convicted of failing to report child abuse and were sentenced to 60 days in jail.

Corrections officials had five independent auditors to review Lopez’s case file to ensure that she served her full sentence.  The State does not have the authority to alter the court ordered sentence that permits her release.

Lopez will serve two years of parole in another state through the interstate compact agreement.  Location of offenders in interstate compact is confidential.  She will have to follow all rules and requirements of her parole as well as state and federal laws.

Baby Brianna’s Law, named after the victim, now sets a mandatory life sentence for child abuse resulting in death for a child under 13.

An effort to expand the law to children from age 13 to 18 died in the state senate in the 2015 and 2016 legislative sessions

Baby Found In Car With Engine Running

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Ciera Carter, 29

Phoenix woman accused of Child Abuse
after baby found in car

PHOENIX, AZ  –  A Phoenix woman is facing child abuse charges for allegedly shopping and leaving her 6-month-old baby alone inside an unlocked car with the engine running and keys in the ignition.

Phoenix police say 29-year-old Ciera Carter was arrested Sunday night, but has since been released from jail pending an Oct. 3 court appearance.

Arizona Department of Child Services officials say the baby still is a ward of the state from a prior child abuse instance involving Carter.

Police say Carter told them she been shopping at a store for a minute while the infant was unattended and strapped into the car seat.

But police say surveillance video showed Carter was in the store for 14 minutes.

They say the car’s air conditioning was running and the windows were rolled up.

SC Sees High Number Of Child Abuse Reports

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SC Sees High Number Of Child Abuse Reports

Record number of child abuse referrals at Spartanburg Children’s Advocacy Center

SPARTANBURG, SC  –  If walls could talk, the ones at the Children’s Advocacy Center could tell stories of kids devastated by abuse.

“Having a little girl ask, am I still a virgin?  Is anybody going to want to marry me after what’s happened?”

Executive Director Suzy Cole said in 2015, they saw a record number of child abuse referrals and are on track for another record this year.

“We want them to learn that what happens to them happens to lots of kids.  They’re going to be okay, they’re not damaged.  This wasn’t their fault.”

“What we think it means is we’re doing a better job in this community of reporting abuse to authorities.”

She says a study revealed thousands of South Carolina professionals felt they did not get adequate training in the past.

“Our law enforcement folks are better trained on what to look for child abuse.  Also, our teachers are better trained than they’ve ever been before.”

She also says the passing of Erin’s Law is bringing the lesson of sex abuse into the classroom.

“It’s a law that requires child sexual abuse prevention education in our schools, so all kids K through 12 will have an age appropriate lesson about touching,” she said.  “I spoke to one child in the lobby one morning.  She said well we heard at school about a little girl who told about some touching that was happening to her and it made things better for her so I thought I would tell.”

She says more referrals mean more opportunities to start helping these kids piece their lives together through therapy.

“A lot of times you can see the hope that is come through in those drawings from being in a dark place to a brighter, more hopeful place.”

The Children’s Advocacy Center serves Spartanburg, Cherokee, and Union counties.

Got 2B Safe – My Rules – NCMEC

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Knowing My Rules for Safety

1 – I CHECK FIRST with my parents, guardians, or other trusted adults before going anywhere, helping anyone, accepting anything, or getting into a car.

2 –  I TAKE A FRIEND with me when going places or playing outside.

3 –  I TELL people “NO” if they try to touch me or hurt me. It’s OK
for me to stand up for myself.

4 – I TELL my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared,
or confused.

Sometimes there are people who trick or hurt others.  No one has the right to do that to you.  So use these rules, and remember you are STRONG, are SMART, and have the right to be SAFE.
Always:

  • CHECK FIRST
  • TAKE A FRIEND
  • TELL PEOPLE “NO” IF THEY TRY TO TOUCH YOU OR HURT YOU
  • TELL AN ADULT YOU TRUST IF ANYTHING HAPPENS

KidSmartz is a child safety program that educates families about preventing abduction and empowers kids in grades K-5 to practice safer behaviors.  This program offers resources to help parents, caregivers, and teachers protect kids by teaching and practicing the 4 Rules of Personal Safety using tips, printable activities, quizzes, articles, music, videos, and more.

1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678)
http://www.missingkids.com

RESOURCES:

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

KidSmartz.org