The Human Trafficking Unit made a noteworthy arrest last week.
In Smith County, on June 3, Brandon Lee Mon Johnson, 25, of Tyler was arrested for Continuous Trafficking of a Person. Johnson was taken into custody after he was found with a minor who was believed to be a victim of domestic sex trafficking. The investigation confirmed that Johnson had been sex trafficking the minor, and Johnson was transported to the Smith County Jail. This arrest was made while working with the United States Marshal’s Task Force in Tyler.
The Fugitive Apprehension Unit made several noteworthy arrests last week.
In Travis County, Evan Lee Stough was arrested in Austin on June 2. Stough was convicted in 2013 of Activities Relating to Material Constituting or Containing Child Pornography Felony in Bexar County. Stough violated his probation, and the United States Marshals Service issued a corresponding Probation Violation – Obscenity warrant. This arrest was made while working with United States Marshals Lone Star Fugitive Task Force out of Austin.
In Harris County, Melvin Kimble Jr. was arrested in Houston on June 1. In 1988, Kimble was convicted of Aggravated Sexual Assault and Robbery in Harris County and was sentenced to 45 years in prison. Kimble violated the terms of his parole by being involved in an alleged assault and TDCJ issued a corresponding Parole Violation warrant.
We have had internet problems, but I could not let this stop my post.
National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month is Here
BLUE is the international color of HUMAN TRAFFICKING AWARENESS
WEAR BLUE AND SHARE A PHOTO ON SOCIAL MEDIA WITH #WEARBLUEDAY TO CALL ATTENTION TO THE CRIME.
On December 31, 2020, the White House proclaimed January National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. This is a time dedicated to raising awareness, providing education, and taking action to combat this heinous crime. Read the full proclamation here.
National Human Trafficking Awareness Day is recognized each year on January 11th. In recognition of this important day, Blue Campaign hosts #WearBlueDay. Anyone can join Blue Campaign in bringing awareness to human trafficking on #WearBlueDay by doing one (or more!) of the following:
Snap a selfie. Have you picked your outfit yet? We encourage you to wear blue (whether that’s a shirt, uniform, or hat), take a photo of yourself, and post it to social media using #WearBlueDay. Encourage your friends, family, and colleagues to do the same.
Share a video. Create a video message explaining why you are participating in #WearBlueDay. Post it on social media with #WearBlueDay and encourage your friends, family, and colleagues to do the same.
Challenge your friends, family, or colleagues. Encourage your friends, family, or colleagues to get creative with their #WearBlueDay photos – while practicing social distancing – and see who comes up with the best picture. Remember to share on social media with #WearBlueDay!
Light up a landmark. In 2018, Los Angeles City Hall was lit blue and Mayor Eric Garcetti tweeted a photo of it with #WearBlueDay. Work with your local government to light a capitol building, landmark, or bridge blue to raise awareness of human trafficking. Use social media to post photos of the landmark with #WearBlueDay and why it’s lit in blue.
Host a virtual event. Organize an online event, such as a panel discussion or documentary viewing, to foster discussion about human trafficking and how to recognize and report it. Encourage attendees and participants to wear blue and share photos on social media. Don’t forget to use #WearBlueDay.
Follow Blue Campaign (@DHSBlueCampaign) on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram where we will share more human trafficking awareness information in January.
Blue Campaign also has several social media graphics you can use when posting about #WearBlueDay available here.
Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, and HIV/AIDS are out of control
Before I begin, I want to tell you what some of you already know, then, I am going to show you so there is no doubt.
Years ago I met a Lady that told me many disturbing things about Our Country, which I found hard to believe, although I didn’t ever think she was misinformed. Everyone that knows me, knows I have a very different set of numbers and statistics than probably 99% of all sites like ours.
After five (5) years and seven (7) months, not one (1) stat I list on Our website and blog has ever been disproven.
The Lady I met about 10 years ago is Sister Helen Ryan, an authority on trafficked women and Children. Helen warned me many times that all stats in Our Country are no where near correct, and now, at this point in time, the whole world has followed suit.
A decade ago, there was still only five treatment options for gonorrhea, and even then, they had to try one, then another, and another before finding one that worked. On this day in 2017, CDC finally admitted what many of us already knew, gonorrhea was now wearing a SuperGonorrhea cape, and not 1 of the 5 know treatments had any effect on this STD.
Adolescents are disproportionately affected by STIs and STDs. Young people ages 15 to 24 represent 25 percent of the sexually active population, but acquire half of all new STIs and STDs.
This year alone, 10,000,000 young people, 13 years-of-age to 23, will contract one (1) or more STI or STD.
35 percent of teens ages 14 to 19 have Human papillomavirus (HPV).
Girls age 15 to 19 have the highest rates of Gonorrhea and the second highest rate of Chlamydia of any age group.
Chlamydia is a result of homosexual sex. Chlamydia isn’t the most dangerous sexually transmitted disease, but it is the most common in the U.S. However, Chlamydia can do serious, lasting damage to a woman’s reproductive system, in addition to potentially causing fatal complications to a fetus during pregnancy.
Gonorrhea is particularly concerning for disease specialists due to the emergence of antibiotic resistant strains of Gonorrhea, and continues to climb at an alarming rate.
Syphilis is already higher than anytime in the last 30 years, and continues to climb at an alarming rate.
Syphilis in pregnancy is the second leading cause of stillbirth globally, and also results in prematurity, low birthweight, neonatal death, and infections in newborns.
First, it must be said that HIV/AIDS stats are possibly as much as 50% or even higher, due to the fact that it is unknown how many cases go unreported, and there is no list compiled for Children newborn to 13 – 15 years-of-age.
HIV remains a leading cause of death worldwide and the leading cause of death globally among women of reproductive age.
Misguided beliefs about the disease, and sexual violence have contributed to these high rates. Women under the age of 40 including pregnant women are most affected.
Apparently, our government is operating in a plethora of sexual promiscuity and unsafe practices (but we already knew that). The data shows Washington DC also has the highest rate of gonorrhea, syphilis and HIV patients in the country.
However, our Dear Allies, the UK, seems content to be doing their best to keeping step with Our Dear Law Makers, and, by the way, Our Climate Change Brow Beaters in NATO, France, would just love to loudly protest their standing, although, as is their way of doing things, I’m pretty sure it would be well after the chance of doing something a bit easier to change things, as was the “Hitler entering The Rhineland Armed” fiasco.
Russia doesn’t seem to be wrapping up before hitting the sheets either, as it’s in the top five European countries for seven out of the eight diseases studied.
It’s probably because they’re not Putin any effort into progressing the federation’s conservative base.
North Texas hotels ignore sex trafficking,
exploitation of children, lawsuit says
Three national hotel chains are accused of being complicit in sex trafficking at hotels across the country including various ones in North Texas, according to a federal lawsuit filed in Dallas this week.
The lawsuit was filed on behalf of a woman identified as F.M. who says she was sexually exploited at North Texas hotels beginning when she was 4 years old. The woman is now in her 20s and lives in Tarrant County.
The lawsuit, filed by Houston-based Lanier Law Firm on Monday, includes Best Western, Hyatt and Red Lion hotels, and says that the companies ignored criminal activity occurring on their property and failed to protect victims of sex trafficking from exploitation.
“The hotel industry plays a crucial role in the sex trade,” said Lanier Law Firm founder Mark Lanier in a statement released Wednesday. “For too long, the industry has profited by looking the other way when sex trafficking has been happening right in front of them. We’re filing this lawsuit to get some justice for victims and to let these businesses know that their lack of action is unacceptable.”
In a statement Wednesday, BWH Hotel Group said, “Best Western International, Inc. condemns human trafficking. It is a despicable crime and the criminals who intentionally inflict this suffering on their victims should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Best Western supports the industry’s efforts to raise awareness and fight against this inhumane and horrific crime.
“While Best Western branded hotels are independently owned and operated, we require that each member hotel complies with all laws and treats all hotel guests consistent with our core values of integrity, honesty, and respect for others’ dignity,” the statement continued. “We provide information and training resources to member hotels on this serious issue such that hotels can educate their staff about how to recognize and report instances of trafficking.”
Officials at Red Lion and Hyatt could not be reached Wednesday for comment.
The suit specifically names Best Western Plus DFW Airport Suites, Hyatt House Dallas/Frisco, Best Western Irving Inn & Suites at DFW Airport, and the America’s Best Value Inn Irving/Dallas.
Sex trafficking generates an estimated $99 billion each year, making it the second-largest illicit crime industry behind the sale of illegal drugs, according to the lawsuit. More than 60 percent of sex trafficking offenses occur in hotels, while eight out of 10 arrests for human trafficking occur in or around hotels, the lawsuit says.
VICTIM SAYS SHE WAS DRUGGED AND ASSAULTED FOR YEARS
In the lawsuit, F.M. gave this account of being exploited:
Her father, to sustain his drug addiction, sold her to traffickers in Irving for sex when she was 4.
She was given unidentified pills by her trafficker on average to five to 10 times each day, according to the lawsuit. Her traffickers would tie her and other children up and place them blindfolded in the back of a van.
When they arrived at a hotel, a hotel bellmen would be there to meet them and send them to assigned hotel rooms where buyers would be waiting for them, the lawsuit stated.
F.M. was bound, blindfolded and sent to rooms where “johns” were awaiting her and other children. She was then tied to a bed and sexually assaulted, according to the lawsuit.
From age 4 to 18, F.M. was trafficked to buyers for sex and abuse at the Best Western Plus DFW Airport Suites, the Best Western Irving Inn & Suites at DFW Airport in Irving and the Hyatt House Dallas/Frisco in Frisco, she said in the suit.
By the age of 20, F.M. was in the possession of her third trafficker and being trafficked at America’s Best Value Inn Irving/Dallas in Irving, the suit says.
She was advertised on Craigslist.com
At the age of 20, F.M. was hospitalized and could not work. Her trafficker punished her 2-year-old son by raping the child while F.M. watched, according to the lawsuit.
Her trafficker controlled her by making her dependent on methamphetamine, cocaine and marijuana.
A number of nationwide campaigns recognized trafficking in the hotel industry and several hotel companies took initiative to combat the problem, but the lawsuit says Best Western, Hyatt and Red Lion have repeatedly failed to thwart sexual exploitation at their hotels.
The lawsuit listed some indicators of sex trafficking at a hotel. They include:
An excess of condoms in rooms.
Individuals carrying large amounts of cash.
Renting two rooms next door to each other.
Declining room service for several hours.
Men traveling with multiple women who appear unrelated.
Guests checking in with little or no luggage.
Women known to be staying in rooms without leaving.
Hotel guests who prevent another individual from speaking for themselves.
The lawsuit listed more than 20 incidents of arrests and rescues of people and children in sex trafficking or exploitation cases at hotels operated by Red Lion, Hyatt and Best Western.
Batterys Not Included, Heart Starts Beating In 22 Days
“Where is all the MILLION$$$$ of dollars Planned Parenthood made off the sales of fetal tissue for illegal research and the sales of viable Baby Organs for highly illegal transplants?”
This is what we all looked like at 12 weeks in the womb. It is legal to kill Babies like this in all 50 states.
A Baby’s heart starts beating 22 days after conception.
While we are on this subject, where is all the MILLION$$$$ of dollars Planned Parenthood made off the sales of fetal tissue for illegal research and the sales of viable Baby Organs for highly illegal transplants?
The AntiChild Agenda
“Not long ago, conservatives warned that liberals would try pushing their transgender agenda on children — and now the United States government is funding it.”
8-Year-Old Girls Now Given Testosterone Through ‘Government Funded Research’
Not long ago, conservatives warned that liberals would try pushing their transgender agenda on children — and now the United States government is funding it.
Our Liberal Officials are responsible for taking the rights of normal Children away, while at the same time they now allow self-gratifying “people” to give very young Children puberty blockers, and never file Felony Child Abuse on them.
This year alone, 10,000,000 Young People, 13 years of age to 23 years of age will contract at least one (1) or more STI or STD.
We now have 35 known STDs. In 1960, we only had two.
Teenagers make up one-third of the U.S. population, but they carry 50 percent of STDs.
One in four teens has an STD. (Over 80% of those infections have no symptoms, so they can go undetected, which is dangerous for the teen, their future sexual partners and their future children.)
From 1999-2014, the suicide rate in girls age 10 to 14 tripled.
The 6 months following an abortion, high school females were 10 times more likely to commit suicide than other females.
As STDs have become an epidemic in teens, so has depression.