Category Archives: Child Sex Abuse

CPS LIES, COVERUPS, FORGED COURT DOCUMENTS

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Congressional Briefing: Abused and Neglected Children are left vulnerable to Further Harm

Remake Of Groundhog Day:
CPS – The Stepford Years
2002 to 2016

There was another installment of  Leiliana Wright’s death in the Sunday edition of the Dallas Morning News.

I can’t do it, but you can if you want, then you can come back here and see what I found that somehow I missed before.  I will give you a big hint, the hint is right above me in Heading 2, meanwhile I couldn’t find the exact DMN article, but this link right below me will take you to one that is close enough.

Believe it or not, the press gets out of character and throws some CPS people under the bus, but quickly saves them before they get all they deserve.  The really cool part is the bus actually does some decent damage though….

4-year-old Leiliana Wright needed Dallas CPS. It failed at every turn, records show

It’s the same drivel every time one of The Untouchables, or a big handful of The Untouchables get busted:  Overworked, Underpaid, Too Much Paperwork, Underfunded, etc…

Child Abuse And Neglect Laws Aren’t Being Enforced

This is my post from NOT IN MY WORLD!!!! on January 28, 2015.

I missed a very important point, and in doing so I most probably have missed helping countless Children.

How could every state, as far as I can tell, fail to comply with meeting at the very least, minimum Federal Child Welfare Standards since 2001 or 2002????

CAI Holds Congressional Briefing to Unveil New Report:

Shame on U.S.

Failings by All Three Branches of Our Federal Government Leave Abused and Neglected Children Vulnerable to Further Harm
January 27, 2015

Is Your Family Really Secure?

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Internet, Mobile Phone, and Texting safety Tips for Parents and Children

Apple and Android continue to leave customer vulnerable

Apple says their latest (tiny????) hole in security, that left Iphone users’ pictures out for all to see and copy, is patched up.

Android has had a serious design flaw in their software since inception, and while not as bad, we as yet have no answer to how many updates  to the OS will be needed to close this hole.

Children need parental supervision from the day they are born to the day they turn 18-years-of-age.  All it takes is one minute alone with the wrong person to seriously alter their once-bright future.

Be the parent your Child deserves.

Internet, Mobile Phones, and Texting Safety Tips for Kids

  • Do not post personal information online (name, age, birth date, address, telephone number, or school name).  This information can be used by others to find out where you and your family live.
  • Do not post your picture or pictures of your family online – they can be copied or changed or used to find you.
  • Do not send any inappropriate photo or message by email or text.
  • Do not post your plans and activities in a chat room or on your personal website.
  • Do not post entries that make it clear that no one is at your home.
  • Do not communicate with someone who has made you uncomfortable or afraid. Tell your parents or a trusted adult if someone does.
  • Do not join online groups or games without talking to your parents.
  • Do not meet with someone you met online without first telling your parents or guardian.
  • Do not post hurtful or inappropriate messages.  If someone else posts hurtful or inappropriate messages — do not respond, but do tell a teacher, parent or other adult.
  • Do not click on any link that you do not know, and you are not sure is legitimate.
  • Do not buy any “apps” or “in app” purchases without talking to your parents or guardian.
  • Do not enable any location services without talking to your parents or guardian.
  • Do remember that people can lie online and say they are something they are not.  Someone who says they are a 12-year-old girl could really be an older man looking to harm you.
  • Do save messages that upset you and show them to your parents.
  • Do share your password with your parents.
  • Do visit http://www.netsmartz.org/ to learn more about Internet safety.

Internet, Mobile Phones, and Texting Safety Tips for Parents

  • Do teach your child not to post identifying information on the Internet.
  • Do set a limit for how much time your child can spend online.
  • Do keep the computer in a public room in the house.  Do not have an Internet-connected computer in your child’s bedroom.
  • Do utilize parental controls provided by your Internet Service Provider and/or blocking software. (Contact your Internet ISP if you have questions).
  • Do talk to your children about purchasing “in app” products.
  • Do talk to your child about using any location services on their device.
  • Do periodically review your child’s computer, emails and messages.  You should have all of your children’s passwords.
  • Do spend time with your child online.  Have them show you their favorite online destinations.  Get to know your child’s online friends as you would their real-life friends.  Learn to navigate the web.
  • Do know who they text and email.  Most providers have online ways to identify frequent contacts so you can see if someone new appears as a contact.
  • Do monitor your child’s access to the Internet and texting.
  • Do talk to your child about the danger of Internet predators.
  • Do watch for unexplained changes in your child’s behavior.
  • Do NOT hesitate to seek help from law enforcement if you think a predator may be targeting your child.

For more helpful Internet safety information, please visit http://www.netsmartz.org/.   Netsmartz.org has age appropriate videos, activities, and information for students in elementary school, middle school, and high school.

Resources:
United States Department of Justice

Why Not Justice For All

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Equal Justice for everyone!!!!

Child Sex Abuse suspect can’t be charged

MURFREESBORO, TN  —  A Murfreesboro detective has found his hands legally tied in a case of child sexual abuse.  According to the report provided to The Daily News Journal, the investigation began in January, but the incident took place from 1988 to 1992.

“I discussed the case with the District Attorney’s Office and it appears that the statute of limitations prevents me from charging (the suspect),” the investigating officer wrote.

According to the report, the victim would have been between the ages of 11 and 15 during the years of the abuse, and the suspect was between 17 and 20.  The officer went on to note that “the suspect is currently around minors and the victim was 11 to 15 at the time he was molested, therefore a DCS referral was made.”

“DCS is not a law enforcement agency,” Rob Johnson, director for communications for the Department of Children’s Services, told The Daily News Journal.  “But anyone who suspects that a child is being abused or neglected must report those concerns to the DCS child abuse hotline at 877-237-0004.”

Racism Or Genocide Of Our Children

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David Wilson

Texas toddler diagnosed with HIV, genital herpes & chlamydia after being assaulted by uncle

March 18, 2016  –  HOUSTON, TX  –  David Wilson was found guilty of child sex assault in a Houston court.

Wilson, a previous sex offender, was accused of molesting two young girls.  The jury deliberated about an hour.

Wilson was found guilty of the sexual assault of a child in 2005 and sentenced to four years in prison.  Six years later, Wilson has been found guilty again in a case that has lifelong consequences for two more children.

He was charged with super aggravated sexual assault of a child.  The enhanced charge is because of the age of the victim.  She was only 23 months old at the time.  We have also been told that the child is Wilson’s niece.

A court document states that the assault occurred last year.  The toddler’s parents are said to have lived out-of-state, had drug problems and sent their daughter to live with family in Houston.  The child is the daughter of Wilson’s sister.

Last November, the toddler was taken to a doctor, where she was diagnosed with HIV, genital herpes and chlamydia.  Re-constructive surgery was performed because of infection to her private parts.  A doctor told investigators that she had to have been sexually abused because of the sexually transmitted diseases that were detected.

Four people in the home where the child lived were tested.  Only one tested positive for HIV.  It was David R. Wilson.  It’s unclear why Wilson was not arrested at the time.

A 14-year-old girl spoke to the Children’s Assessment Center, telling a caseworker she had been having sex with a man for two years.  She identified the man as David R. Wilson and said she was pregnant.  An exam of the girl showed that she was HIV positive, had herpes and chlamydia.

Another School Tardy Reporting Child Sex Abuse

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More and more public schools failing to protect students.

Indianapolis Public Schools changes Child Abuse procedure

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – The district’s delayed response to an official accused of having sexual encounters with students has prompted Indianapolis Public Schools to strengthen its procedures for handling reports of suspected child abuse or neglect.

Superintendent Lewis Ferebee said Thursday that school officials are now required to report any allegations of abuse or neglect to the district’s police department.  School officials were previously required to report such allegations to the Indiana Department of Child Services.

The policy change is the result of problems with the district’s handling of child sex abuse allegations against a former counselor.

Shana Taylor is accused of engaging in sexual conduct with one student in multiple locations, including the school, between October and February.  The encounters began when the student was 16 and continued after he turned 17, according to the Marion County prosecutor’s office.

Taylor also is accused of having a sexual encounter with a second student who was 16 at the time.

Court records and interviews indicate that at least six district officials, including Ferebee, learned of the allegations as early as Feb. 17, but no one reported the allegations until Feb. 23.

Ferebee said he didn’t report it himself because he didn’t have “relevant facts about the allegation.”

“I did not have age, name, text messages, photos, anything that was associated with this claim,” he said.  “So I just want to be clear about that.  If I had that type of information, obviously I would have an obligation there.  But I did not have that information.”

Earlier this month, Ferebee said the district would “aggressively” pursue disciplinary action against school employees who failed to immediately report the allegations against Taylor.  The school board hasn’t taken any action against those employees because it’s waiting from recommendations from Ferebee, according to board president Mary Ann Sullivan.

On Thursday, Ferebee said some employees are involved in disciplinary action, but he didn’t share any additional information.

Sullivan declined to comment on whether the board would pursue disciplinary action against Ferebee.