Gay Couple Arrested For Raping Their
9 Adopted Sons
“Claim They Were Just “Showing Them Other Ways”
Everyone has heard about gay marriage now being legal all over the United States, due to an anti-Child and anti-Family agenda of this administration.
We also can’t forget The Supreme Court stepping way outside their job description to decree that while Our Children haven’t been protected by laws properly for 7,000 years, now there is no way for Our Children to retain any innocence while growing into adulthood.
That isn’t news. However, what is happening now that gay marriage is “normal” will probably send you into an outrage.
Recently a judge allowed men from Glastonbury to get married and “have children.” The men decided to adopt a total of 9 sons. Well, it just came out that they have raped 6 of the 9 boys (probably all of them, but evidence hasn’t yet surfaced). This is the exact type of thing that you can expect when you allow sexual deviates to parent or to adopt young boys and young girls that can easily be taken advantage of.
On top of this, the men say that they just want to “show the boys the other side of the coin.” According to Mr. and Mr. Harasz the boys would not have a “fair chance” to learn about all of the different type of people. They believe that helping them experience this “lifestyle” will allow them to grow and develop into very “open-minded” people. Yes, these men are very sick indeed. It is absolutely sickening listening to them speak in this way about young boys who never had a say in the matter.
Texas Attorney General: Man arrested on 6 counts of child pornography possession
A 22-year-old Adkins man was arrested Thursday for allegedly having multiple images of child pornography, including at least one image of a 10-year-old girl, the Office of the Texas Attorney General said Friday.
Jarrett Ray Dwayne Palitza was formally charged on six counts of possession of child pornography after investigators with the Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s Child Exploitation Unit (CEU) conducted a warrant-approved search of his residence in Adkins, which is about 21 miles east of San Antonio.
The CEU became involved initially as assistance to the Sealy Police Department regarding a case of sexual assault of a girl, 10, along with the possibility of a potential possession and distribution of child porn, according to a news release issued Friday.
The search led investigators to Palitza’s home, where child pornography was allegedly discovered. One of the images was of the 10-year-old girl believed to be involved in the Sealy Police Department case, according to the news release.
“One more dangerous individual is off the streets and behind bars thanks to the efforts of the Child Exploitation Unit and the Sealy Police Department,” Paxton said in a news release. “My office will remain steadfast in protecting our children and our communities from the heinous acts of these child predators and continue seeking justice against them.”
Woman In Video That Went Viral Faces More Serious Child Abuse Charge
LOCHBUIE, CO – A Denver woman who allegedly abused her child in an incident that was captured on home video appeared in court on Friday.
Weld County officials announced the arrest of Katerina Kennedy-Flores, 27, early Thursday afternoon. She was originally charged with two counts of child abuse, a Class 2 misdemeanor, however one of the charges was increased to child abuse causing injury, a Class 1 misdemeanor.
Police arrested Kennedy-Flores in Denver on Wednesday, more than two weeks after the video was allegedly made in the Weld County town of Lochbuie, about 30 miles northeast of Denver.
The 16-minute-long video, which was shot by Kennedy-Flores’ roommate while she still lived in Lochbuie last month, spread across social media. It shows a young boy screaming and crying while the alleged abuse took place. Kennedy-Flores is seen shouting obscenities at and acting aggressively towards the child.
Court documents indicate the boy was left with multiple bruises from his mother’s attacks. The mother hits the child and throws things at him in the video.
Her bond was set at $3,000 and a protection order says she can’t have any contact with the boy or anyone under 18.
Nebraska Daycare provider charged with
ASHLAND, NE – An Ashland woman running an in-home daycare could be facing jail time after an incident that left a baby with a broken leg. According to authorities that daycare was not licensed.
A 4-month-old baby was inside a car seat, not buckled in when that car seat fell to the ground.
That baby is expected be OK, but the daycare provider, Sabrina Cowsky, is now charged with felony child abuse.
Aside from child abuse, Cowsky is being charged with false reporting and operating a daycare without a license. Per state law, once a daycare exceeds three children a license is required.
Authorities estimate, Cowsky was caring for roughly a dozen kids at the time of the incident. Ashland Chief of Police Joe Baudler said he is still trying to understand why a parent might take their kids to an unlicensed daycare.
“You know, with kids, myself, I’ve taken them to daycare, you know, I was concerned about the person watching the kid, than I was whether they had a license or not,” said Baudler.
WOWT 6 News was unable to contact Cowsky, but did speak with family and neighbors. Everyone WOWT 6 News talked to, spoke very fondly of not only Cowsky, but the victim’s parents as well. They said they think this boils down to just a really unfortunate accident.
The accident left a child with a broken leg and according to the Saunders County Attorney Steven Twohig the accident is exactly why state oversight exists.
“It’s not the controlling factor, I mean, things still happen in licensed daycare, as well, that are sad and unfortunate, but at the same time, it’s the more regulation, the less likelihood that something will occur,” said Twohig.
Sabrina Cowsky’s first appearance in court will be June 16th at 9 a.m. in Saunders County. If she’s found guilty of all child abuse, operating without a license and false reporting, she could be facing up to 4 years in jail and almost $12,000 in fines.