Tag Archives: Child Sex Abuse

Being A Child Predator Is Not A One Time Thing

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Ricky James Overhulser, 53

Convicted sex offender attempts taking
14-year-old Girl

LUBBOCK, TX  –  A Lubbock man has been arrested and charged with attempt to compel prostitution after he allegedly approached a 14-year-old girl at a 7-11 gas station on Parkway Drive on Tuesday.

The man has also been identified as a registered sex offender.

According to Lubbock police documents, just after 1:30 p.m., officers responded to the gas station after reports of an attempted kidnapping.  The victim, a 14-year-old girl, was fueling up her mother’s car while her mother paid inside.

Reports say 53-year-old Ricky James Overhulser pulled up next to the girl and told her to get into his car.  The girl refused and Overhulser told her again to get in his car and she refused a second time.  He then asked her if she “dated.”  She told him “no” and went into the store to get her mother.

“She got pretty startled, as a 14-year-old would, as you can imagine,” Lt. Ray Mendoza, Lubbock Police Department, says.

Police say when the mother came outside, Overhulser had driven away.  She was finishing fueling up her car when he returned, pulled up close to her car and fanned cash while he asked, “how much for your daughter.”  The girl’s mother called him a “dirty old man” and let him know she was calling police.

Overhulser drove away in a white Pontiac passenger car.

Mendoza says the mother and daughter were able to get a license plate number.

“The detectives get called to the scene, they immediately go looking for him, try to hunt him down,” he says.  “We put out a broadcast to all our local officers.  We reached out to DPS, the sheriff’s department, to be on the lookout.”

Enough information was gathered to obtain an arrest warrant late Wednesday night.

“He had a couple of municipal court warrants, so they were at least, trying to arrest him while the investigators continued to work the case,” Mendoza explains.

Overhulser was already in the Lubbock County Jail on unrelated charges and was re-arrested on the new charges.

Overhulser has been a registered sex offender since 2000, where his victim was a 16-year-old female, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety sex offender registry.  He spent 10 years in jail, from 2000 until 2010.

“Always report any kind of suspicious behavior,” Mendoza says.  “The citizens are our eyes and ears. If you see something, say something.”

Gay Couple Rape 9 Sons

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.

Teacher Not Reported For Child Sex Abuse

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Teacher remained in classroom seven years after the investigation.

District wastes $369,000 fighting
Child Abuse disclosure

East Bay Times, California  –  Let the case of Bay Area News Group vs. Mt. Diablo Unified School District serve as a reminder to all government officials that compliance with the state Public Records Act is not optional.

They have a responsibility to provide public documents, and there are consequences if they don’t.  If officials don’t understand the importance of transparency, they should quit.

At issue in the Mt. Diablo case was reporter Matthias Gafni’s request in 2013 for a 2006 investigation report pertaining to teacher Joseph Martin.

The report raised the issue of child abuse, but police were never notified.  Martin remained in the classroom another seven years after the investigation, before he was arrested and later convicted of molesting students.

For 2 1/2 years, the district fought release of the document.  Finally, in January, a judge ordered it made public, and the district was threatened with a contempt motion if it didn’t comply.

After losing the litigation, the district this month had to send our lawyer, Duffy Carolan, a $225,000 check to cover our legal expenses.  In addition, the district spent $134,000 for its attorney, Kevin Gilbert.

Mt. Diablo school Trustees Linda Mayo, Cheryl Hansen, Brian Lawrence, Barbara Oaks and Debra Mason owe taxpayers, parents, teachers, students and voters an explanation of why they wasted $369,000 of public money in a futile attempt to keep the report hidden.  That money could have funded four classroom teachers for a year.

For his part, Gilbert managed to supplement his billable hours, first at the Meyers Nave law firm and later at Lozano Smith.  He, too, owes an explanation of why he pursued such a misguided and costly legal strategy.

He will undoubtedly try to hide behind attorney-client privilege to avoid explaining the logic.  But trustees can, and should, waive that privilege.

The public is entitled to see reports that find employee wrongdoing.

In the 2006 findings, investigator Mark S. Williams, an attorney hired by the district, warned that “this report would not be honest and its conclusions not fully supported if I did not report that the circumstances surrounding these allegations did not at least suggest the subject matter of potential child abuse.”

The district’s leading argument for secrecy was that the report was legal advice protected by attorney-client privilege.  But that privilege doesn’t apply if Williams was acting as an investigator, which he was, and any privilege would be waived if the district shared the report with others, which it did.

Then, there’s the big question of why, after the investigator warned of potential child abuse, no one called police as the law requires.  For that, we still haven’t received a good answer.

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

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.”