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“When your data is flawed, every other part of your system is going to be flawed.”


Dallas, TX  –  Dallas Morning News laid another giant goose egg in my book with their Thursday, December 22, 2016 baseless attack on Our fine Governor Abbott, with the article “Child abuse deaths rose and CPS crisis worsened despite Gov. Greg Abbott’s pressure to reform ‘broken’ system“.

“When your data is flawed, every other part of your system is going to be flawed.”

After not only climbing on President Obama’s “Global Warming” bandwagon, they began leaning more and more toward this administration’s AntiChild Agenda.  In championing the GENDER DYSPHORIA cause, DMN sided with the AntiChild Agenda, knowing that there is no way a Child can retain any innocence being around this perverse thing, which is as wrong as tobacco, alcohol, drugs, and pornography to a Child

This TEAM OF BLIND LEMMING LIBERALS has won Our Prestigious (Praestigiosis) Weekly Award in its NEW FORM, Our Praestigiosis Yearly Award.  I’ll save you the trouble, the word is Latin, meaning “full of tricks” or “deceitful.”  DMN has let their depraved agenda turn into a personal vendetta against Our Fine Governor of Texas, and Our Fine Attorney General of Texas.

DMN cited tainted CPS statistics.  But more important, Texas Governor Abbott and all the newly appointed staff of the revamped Texas CPS is playing against a stacked deck.  Our Washington Lawmakers can’t handle this rogue, corrupt Department, who, for the most part, BELONG BEHIND BARS.  But just to enforce the crow that DMN will have for break time with their new award, here is just a taste of TEXAS PROOF.

CPS Still Pimping Children To Sex Traffickers

Lawmakers Fault HHS With Migrant Child Sexual Abuse

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., stopped his line of questioning and left the hearing after saying that the witnesses were “the definition of non-cooperative.”

At a hearing reviewing the program, officials from the department angered Democratic and Republican senators, who dismissed their answers as incomplete or complained that they failed to take full responsibility for the children who were abused or exploited.

The report also notes that HHS did not spend all of the money it had left in the program even though it says it was overwhelmed and lacked sufficient funding to provide services.  In a letter to lawmakers in December, Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell said a contingency fund is necessary to ensure children are not left at the border.

“When your data is flawed, every other part of your system is going to be flawed.”


Children’s Advocacy Institute

AL Couple Charged With Sexual Torture, Child Abuse

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Jonathan and Michelle Smith have been charged with two counts of aggravated child abuse (family), two counts of sexual torture and two counts of sexual abuse of a child

Children severely injured in sexual Child Abuse case, Butler County couple arrested

Butler County, AL  –  A Butler County couple was arrested this week after two siblings were found severely beaten at the suspects’ home, WSFA reported.

Jonathan Smith, 33, and Michelle Smith, 30, were arrested after the brother and sister, who are under the age of 12, were found when authorities responded to a medical emergency call at a home in the Greenmore community on Monday.

Sheriff Kenny Harden said medics rushed the children to L.V. Stabler Memorial Hospital in Greenville.  They were then transported to Children’s of Alabama hospital in Birmingham.

Harden didn’t give details about the severity of the children’s injuries or the abuse.  He told reporters this was one of the worst cases the sheriff’s office has ever investigated.

The sheriff said the abuse occurred Saturday at the couple’s home, but the Smiths did not seek medical help until Monday.

Both Jonathan and Michelle Smith have been charged with two counts of aggravated child abuse (family), two counts of sexual torture and two counts of sexual abuse of a child under the age of 12.

Both suspects have been placed in Butler County Jail on a $1 million bond.

Child Kept In Plywood Box

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Three-year-old girl was being kept inside a wooden box.

Sheriff says toddler locked in box is worst
case of Child Abuse he’s ever seen

PULASKI COUNTY, IN  –  It’s a troubling case of child abuse.  Early Wednesday morning, sheriff’s deputies executed a no-knock search warrant at a home in Pulaski County.  There they discovered a three-year-old girl who was being kept inside a wooden box.

The search warrant came after a tip was received by the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department.

Nine people at the home, including the toddler’s father, were arrested for charges of neglect and failure to report child abuse.

It is so disturbing, Sheriff Jeffrey Richwine says this is the worst case of child abuse he can recall.

“Never seen anything like this.  It’s one of those deals, you go there and think, ‘hopefully this is not true,'” said Sheriff Jeffrey Richwine, Pulaski County.  “Nobody’s going to have a small girl in a box, that’s just not going to happen.  And you go there, when they say it, you just don’t believe it, you’re thinking, ‘my god, who would do this?'”

In the attached video clip, you’ll see the plywood box that police say the child was kept in during the evenings and for extended periods of time.

“I’ve seen people treat their animals better.  It’s like a nightmare and I wish I’d wake up,” said Frank Jackson, the toddler’s grandfather.

Frank Jackson is the toddler’s maternal grandfather and claims that in the last few years, Christopher Short, 25, has hardly let him see his grandchildren.  He says this came after his daughter passed away.

“What kind of health issues are my grandkids going to have later in the future because of this?  It could affect them for life.  I pray not,” said Jackson.  “We would love and care for them kids in a flat minute.”

Richwine says when deputies arrived at the home, located in the 7000 block of West 800 North in North Judson, they found the little girl curled up inside the box with the lid shut.

Lining the box is only a dirty blanket and pad; and if you take a closer look, you’ll see dead bugs filling the corners.

Richwine believes the box was sometimes locked so that the toddler could not get out.

“It would loop over this, then come into that eye and then you’d actually have a small screw that you tighten up that makes it a complete circle to where it can’t open,” said Richwine.

In court documents, Christopher Short, the toddler’s father, claims he did not know anything about the toddler being put into the box… rather he says she would climb in and out by herself.

Donna Short, 42, who also lives at the home and was arrested Wednesday, stated that the little girl chooses to “stay in the box all night.”

Richwine says he fears that this child will end up in the hands of the same family members, and worries the cycle will repeat.

“This is definitely a problem, that somehow we’ve got to get this figured out where we’re not putting kids back in these same messes and then letting it start all over again,” said Richwine.

Tuesday, Deputy Director of Communications for Child Protective Services, James Wide, said per court order, he cannot release where the three-year-old girl is right now.

He says CPS looks for relative placement first, and if they cannot find a relative then they will look into a non-relative option.  He says most importantly, they work to find a safe place for the child.

Wednesday, December 14, the following people were taken into custody in connection to this case of abuse:

Neglect of a Dependent, Level 5 Felony

  • Donna Short, 42, North Judson, Indiana
  • Christopher Short, 25, North Judson, Indiana
  • Patricia Meeks, 18, North Judson, Indiana

Failure to Report Child Abuse

  • Michael Meeks, 19, North Judson, Indiana
  • Thelma Meeks, 38, North Judson, Indiana
  • Derrick Butala, 36, North Judson, Indiana
  • Shawn Griffin, 18, North Judson, Indiana
  • Anna Senesac, 19, North Judson, Indiana
  • Timothy Senesac, 18, North Judson, Indiana

The following is a press release from the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department:

On Tuesday, December 13, 2016, the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office received information in reference to possible child abuse in the area of County Road 750 West and County Road 800 North.

Information was obtained in reference to a three-year-old female being kept inside of a locked wooden box at the residence.  The information stated the three-year-old female was locked in the box during the evening and for extended periods of time.

A search warrant for the residence was issued out of Pulaski Circuit Court with the assistance of the Pulaski County Prosecutor’s Office.

Deputies from the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office executed the search warrant in the early hours of December 14, 2016.  During the execution of this search warrant a three-year-old female was located inside of a plywood box found in the living room of the residence.

Deputies located multiple adults inside of the residence as well as a vehicle and camper on the property.  All adults located during the execution of the search warrant were taken into custody and transported to the Pulaski County Jail.

Deputies located five additional juveniles and the victim inside of the residence.  The juveniles were released at the scene into the custody of the Pulaski County Indiana Department of Child Services.

Shot Fired Into AR Womans Car

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A man started honking his horn,then got out and fired into the woman’s car.

Toddler killed in Arkansas road rage incident

Little Rock, AR  –  A manhunt is underway in Little Rock, Arkansas, after a 3-year-old boy on a shopping trip with his grandmother was shot and killed during an apparent road rage incident, police said.

A motorist behind the woman Saturday evening grew agitated that she was not moving quickly enough, Little Rock Police Department spokesman Lt. Steven McClanahan said.

The man started honking his horn.  He got out of his car and fired into the woman’s car, police said.

“One shot was fired and it went through the vehicle and hit the child,” McClanahan said Sunday.

Police have not released the victim’s identity.

Officers believe the incident occurred on the city’s southwest side. The grandmother was at a stop sign at Mabelvale Cut Off Road and Warren Drive when a confrontation ensued, police said.

Not realizing that the child had been hit, the woman later drove to a JC Penney in west Little Rock.  Police received a call shortly before 6:30 p.m. that a child passenger had been shot.

The boy was transported to Arkansas Children’s Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.  A 1-year-old child was also in the car at the time of the shooting, according to a police report.

Police said the grandmother and the slain boy had no relationship with the suspect.

“I certainly have no information to say that anyone in this family has done anything to cause this young person’s life,” Little Rock Police Department Chief Kenton Buckner told CNN affiliate KARK.  “But this is about as frustrating as you can be as a public safety official or just a plain citizen.”

No arrests have been made yet.  Crime Stoppers is offering a $20,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction, Little Rock police tweeted Sunday.

Homicide detectives are conducting an investigation.

The fatal shooting marks Little Rock’s 40th homicide of the year, police said.  Last year, there were 31 homicides in Little Rock. 

CO Toddler Left In Vehicle

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Nicole Carmon, 26

2-year-old found alone in car, treated for
hypothermia and frostbite

#ColdVehicles are not #BabySitters

THORNTON, CO  –  A 2-year-old boy was left in a car in the cold according to witnesses who said police removed the child from the vehicle in front of businesses at 120th and Washington Saturday morning.  His mother, Nicole Carmon, was under arrest for investigation of Felony Child Abuse according to Thornton police.

Breanna Sanchez works at one of the businesses that used the parking lot where the toddler was found.

She noticed the car when she got to work around 9 a.m.  She thought it was odd because vehicles rarely park in the lot overnight.  She said the entire car was covered in several inches of snow so she couldn’t see that anyone was inside.  She believes based on the snow, that the car was there for most of the night.

“I can’t imagine staying in a car overnight, I’m freezing just standing here,” said Sanchez.

Several hours later, Sanchez said the parking lot was swarming with first responders.

“We just saw a bunch of cop cars and a bunch of firemen and ambulance and stuff and we didn’t quite know what was going on but … it’s very upsetting,” said Sanchez.  “I feel terrible for the kid.  I feel really bad that he sat there all night.  Really, it’s terrible.”

Thornton police spokesman Matt Barnes said Westminster police asked Thornton for help at about 10:40 a.m.  in regards to a child possibly left in a car.

Barnes said they were looking for a 2013 green Ford Fusion that may have been involved in a crash.

He said officers found the car in a parking space at 120th and Washington at about noon and the little boy was inside.

Emergency responders took the two-year-old to the hospital.  He received treatment for hypothermia and frostbite.

Barnes said investigators were interviewing the mother, 26-year-old Nicole Carmon of Westminster.

“Police are investigating the circumstances that led up to the child being left alone inside the vehicle and how long the child was left alone.  The child’s mother has been arrested for investigation of Felony Child Abuse,” Barnes said in a press release.

The condition of the boy was not released.

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