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.
Tuscola woman indicted for confining
children, stabbing another
TUSCOLA, TX – A Taylor County deputy’s suspicions of abuse were raised when he found three children walking a dog in the middle of a highway near Tuscola at about 1 a.m. on one August day.
He would then learn that those children were running away from a parent who they say locked them in a closet without food, water, or the ability to go to the bathroom in order to punish them.
That parent, 34-year-old Deborah Anne Whitehead, is now facing felony charges of aggravated assault and injury to a child after being indicted Thursday.
It happened on Aug. 18, 2015, according to court records filed in Taylor County.
The deputy was traveling on Hwy 83 when he found the children.
One of the children told the deputy that they had escaped from their mother’s home after their sister fell asleep and forgot to lock the door. They said they were going to their father’s house because their mother “was mean to them,” according to the documents.
The deputy went to Whitehead’s house in Tuscola and found a padlock on the inside of the door that the children’s sister would use to confine them inside, according to a warrant.
Court documents say that the deputy discovered that Whitehead would become upset with the children and “lock them in a small closet within the residence and leave them there without food, water, or restroom facilities.” One of the children, a 10-year-old boy, said he would be locked up for long periods of time and that he could hear his sister screaming when bugs would crawl on her while she was confined.
The children’s sister, whose name is being withheld because she has not been charged with a crime, was interviewed by authorities and confirmed what the children had said.
The sister then told investigators that during an altercation in late March, Whitehead got mad at her and stabbed her in the hip with a knife. Authorities found the knife and noted a scar on the sister’s hip where she said she had been stabbed, according to the warrant. Two of the three children said they witnessed part of the assault.
Investigators pieced together the case and Deborah Whitehead was arrested on Feb. 22 on two felony charges. She was released from the Taylor County Jail the same day on bonds totaling $30,000.
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.”