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School Bus Driver Receives No Jail Time After Raping 14-Year-Old Student 

 

There was no doubt after his guilty plea that the former school bus driver had raped a 14-year-old girl.

But because there was only one victim, and the accused had no prior arrests, the judge in the case said the man didn’t deserve to be sent to prison. Instead, Jefferson County, New York, Judge James P. McClusky sentenced the man, Shane M. Piche, to 10 years’ probation, according to the Watertown Daily Times.

The punishment did not sit well with the victim’s mother.

People

Teen beheaded classmate in jealous rage over girlfriend: prosecutors

Oklahoma mother charged in 5-year-old son's scooter death flees to Mexico, police say

17-year-old charged with murder in fatal stabbing of Brooklyn teen

Georgia Woman Sentenced to Death for Starving Stepdaughter, 10, and Burning Her Body in Trash Can

Tags: Children, Crime, Education, Employment, Environment, Judgement, Murder, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Prison, Privilege, Protections, Psychology, Punishment, Rape, Relationships, Ridiculous, Sex, Treatment, Violence, Youth

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01-May-2019


Sex. Consent. Education. 
 

Video.

CBS News

A British Man Has Been Convicted Of Rape After Removing A Condom During Sex

Watertown man accused of groping 19-year-old woman on international flight

Tags: All Rights, Children, Consent, Crime, Education, Judgement, Parental Burden, Portrait, Preservation, Prison, Protection, Rape, Safety, Sex, Sex Worker, Sexual Harassment, Travel, Treatment, Video, Violence, World, Youth

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26-Apr-2019


Woman Who Shot Husband Over Pornography Channel Subscription Convicted of Murder 

 

An Arkansas woman who fatally shot her husband after discovering he’d purchased a pornography subscription has been convicted of second-degree murder.

Patricia Hill, 69, was convicted Tuesday and sentenced to 16 years in prison after killing husband Frank Hill, 65, in July, Jefferson County prosecuting attorney Kyle Hunter confirmed to PEOPLE.

Hill was arrested and charged in July after she shot Frank twice inside a utility shed on the couple’s Pine Bluff property.

People

Woman recorded sex act with man she met at nursing home: authorities

Tags: Backlash, Bribery, Crime, Entertainment, Environment, Finance, Judgement, Murder, Porn, Prison, Relationships, Seniors, Sex, Violence

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25-Apr-2019


Texas Couple Held Girl as Slave for 16 Years, Called Her 'Dog' and 'Worthless' 

 

A Texas couple who held a young girl from West Africa as a slave for 16 years were each sentenced Monday to seven years in federal prison, PEOPLE confirms.

A press release from federal prosecutors states Toure and Cros-Toure must pay $288,620.24 in restitution to their victim, who managed to escape in 2016.

A federal jury convicted the defendants of forced labor, conspiracy to commit alien harboring, and alien harboring on January 11 following a four-day trial.

Now, as a consequence of their convictions, both defendants, who are citizens of Guinea and lawful permanent residents of the United States, may lose their U.S. immigration status and be deported after they complete their sentences.

People

Tags: Abuse, Children, Environment, Inhumanity, Injury, Parental Crime, Prison, Punishment, Self Interest, Self-hatred, Slave Labor, Slavery, Violence

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23-Apr-2019


Man pleads guilty after attacking gay man then bragging about it online 

 

A man has pleaded guilty to aggravated assault after attacking a gay man and then bragging about it on social media.

24-year-old Brandon Michael Wiley is from Lewisburg, Tennessee, reports the Daily News Journal.

Last summer, Wiley entered MJ’s Sports Bar and Grill on Broad Street in Murfreesboro.

He initially claimed a 39-year-old gay man ‘grabbed his junk and molested him,’ according to a report filed with Murfreesboro police.

But that story didn’t line up with video evidence, say police.

Gay Star News

Portland Man Sentenced for Threatening to Kill Gay Men

Virginia man arrested for secretly filming nude men at a spa, then selling the videos

Trans woman arrested & sexually harassed by jail staff for hours over a $15 traffic ticket

Omar Sharif Jr. challenges Sultan of Brunei to execute his son if gays should be stoned to death

Tags: Arrest, Attack, Court, Environment, Finance, Gay, Home, Homophobia, Humiliation, Injury, LGBTQ, Macho Posing, Police, Prison, Privacy, Protest, Punishment, Sex, Sexual Harassment, Social Media, Threat, Transgender, Violence, World, Youth

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09-Apr-2019


Clergy no longer welcome in nation's busiest death chamber, Texas says 

 

Texas prisons will no longer allow clergy in the death chamber after the U.S. Supreme Court blocked the scheduled execution of a man who argued his religious freedom would be violated if his Buddhist spiritual adviser couldn't accompany him.

Effective immediately, the Texas Department of Criminal Justice will only permit prison security staff into the death chamber, a spokesman said Wednesday. The policy change comes in response to the high court's ruling staying the execution of Patrick Murphy, a member of the "Texas 7" gang of escaped prisoners.

NBC News

Tags: Clergy, Death, Employment, Judgement, Laws, Prison, Religion, Representation, Segregation

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04-Apr-2019


Teacher allegedly threatened student against resisting her sexual advances 

 

A Spanish teacher at a high school in Colorado has been arrested for sexually assaulting a student who she allegedly threatened if he resisted, authorities said.

Sarah Elise Porter, 24, was arrested Friday on charges of sexual assault on a child by someone in a position of trust and sexual exploitation of a child after the 16-year-old student reported the allegations via an anonymous reporting system called Safe2Tell, according to the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office.

Porter, who also worked as an assistant track coach at the school in Centennial, allegedly assaulted a teen on the team, according to an arrest report obtained by the Denver Post.

NY Post

Stranger repeatedly gropes woman as she fights back with her umbrella

'They told me it was going to be a good place': Allegations of abuse at home for at-risk kids

Tags: Arrest, Children, Education, Employment, Environment, Fighting Back, Parental Burden, Portrait, Prison, Privilege, Sex, Sexual Harassment, Threat, Violence, Woman's Rights, Youth

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26-Mar-2019


Are YOUR children at risk? Child abuse charity reveals the five simple questions EVERY parent needs to ask before signing up youngsters to after-school activities 

 

A national charity is urging parents to ask five simple questions to make sure their children are safe when they attend out-of-school clubs.

Thousands of parents across the country use after-school and holiday clubs to help with childcare, but many do not realise these groups can be unregulated.

Now, Derby-based charity NWG Network, which supports survivors of child sex abuse, has started a campaign to get parents and clubs talking openly about safeguarding.

Daily Mail

Prosecutor: Exam of 'Ravenously Hungry' Children Reveals Disturbing Child Abuse Case

Defrocked Jersey priest who molested boys now teaches kids English in Dominican Republic

West Virginia man convicted in baby's death, sex abuse

Man Sentenced to Life After Continuous Sexual Abuse of Child

Machelle Hobson: YouTube Star, 48, Arrested & Accused Of Abusing Her Adoptive Children

Daughter of 90 Day Fiancé Star Angela Deem Sentenced to 20 Years for Child Molestation

Michigan woman who 'turned a blind eye to her husband raping two teenage female relatives' he was supposed to be caring for accepts plea deal meaning she'll only get a maximum of ONE YEAR in jail

Tags: Abuse, Arrest, Child Abuse, Children, Death, Education, Employment, Environment, Inspired, Instructional, Opinion, Parental Crime, Parenting, Prison, Punishment, Rape, Religion, Safety, Sex, Social Media, Sports, Violence, World, Youth

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23-Mar-2019


CALIFORNIA MAN CONVICTED OF USING UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS FOR FORCED LABOR 

 

The owner of a construction companies in California was convicted of committing forced labor, according to a Monday press release from the United States Attorney's Office from the Northern District of California.

Job Torres Hernandez, 38, was convicted on one count of "forced labor" and one count of "harboring illegal aliens for commercial advantage or private financial gain," according to the press release.

Job Torres recruited workers from Mexico, who he forced to live in poor conditions and did not pay, the statement said. Undocumented immigrants, identified in court documents by their initials, testified at trial about the conditions. They said they were forced to work 24-hour shifts, lived in a commercial warehouse and a garage in Hayward and were restricted in using bathrooms and showers.

A superseding indictment, filed in December, said Hernandez obtained the labor of his employees by "physical restraint and threats of force, threats of serious harm, means of abuse and threatened abuse of law and legal process and means of a scheme, plan and pattern intended to cause his employees to believe that if they did not perform such labor or services, they would suffer serious harm."

Newsweek

Tags: Crime, Employment, Environment, Finance, Immigrants, Inhumanity, Justice, Prison, Slave Labor, Slavery, Supremacy

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23-Mar-2019


N.Y. Man Murdered Wife, Then Tried to Frame 12-Year-Old Daughter by Writing Fake Confession Note 

 

A 45-year-old man has been convicted of the 2009 murder of his estranged, wealthy wife who was found dead in the bathtub of her tony Manhattan apartment the day before she planned to cut him out of her will, multiple outlets report.

On Wednesday, a jury found Roderick Covlin guilty of second-degree murder in the death of Shele Danishefsky Covlinthis link opens in a new tab, 47, The New York Times reports.

He is scheduled to be sentenced on April 10.

People

Tags: Court, Crime, Family, Finance, Heartless, Judgement, Murder, Parental Crime, Prison, Violence

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15-Mar-2019


Ex-priest defrocked for sex abuse killed in his Nevada home 

 

A defrocked Roman Catholic priest named as one of more than 180 New Jersey priests facing credible accusations of sexual abuse was fatally shot in a new home in a suburb of Las Vegas, authorities said Tuesday.

Seventy-year-old John Capparelli was found dead Saturday morning in his kitchen in the city of Henderson with a gunshot wound to his neck, said Nicole Charlton of the Clark County Coroner's Office.

Capparelli died amid "suspicious circumstances," but police Officer Katrina Rothmeyer declined comment on whether police have a suspect or whether someone broke into the ex-priest's home.

ABC News

Cardinal George Pell, Former Vatican Official, Sentenced To 6 Years In Prison

Pedophile ex-priest killed in his home reportedly hired male hookers

Tags: Abuse, Children, Death, Employment, Judgement, Murder, Prison, Religion, Sex, Violence

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13-Mar-2019


17-year-old allegedly killed 2 teens in his grandparents' garage, set their bodies on fire in their car: Sheriff 

 

A 17-year-old allegedly killed two Indiana teenagers in his grandparents' garage and then set their bodies on fire inside their car, officials said.

Connor Kerner was arrested on Saturday for the murders of 19-year-old Molley Lanham and 18-year-old Thomas Grill, the Porter County Sheriff's Office said on Monday in a statement.

Kerner, of Valparaiso, Indiana, was charged with two counts of murder, the sheriff's office said. Kerner is being tried as an adult, Porter County Prosecutor Gary German told ABC News on Tuesday.

ABC News

Tags: Death, Drugs, Finance, Guns, Murder, Parental Burden, Prison, Threat, Unruly Child, Violence

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05-Mar-2019


Va. Man Allegedly Admits Killing Parents: 'I Felt Threatened By My Father and Mother' 

 

Robert Raff, 53, was arrested in Ohio with a knife, ax and Taser and "dressed to the nines" in combat gear, police say

JEFF TRUESDELL
February 05, 2019 03:20 PM
A man suspected in the deaths of his parents allegedly admitted he killed them to arresting officers who recorded his statements on a body camera.

“Officer, I have things to confess to you,” the suspect, 53-year-old Robert Raff, said as he was handcuffed during his arrest Saturday in Avon, Oho, reports Fox 8 Cleveland. “I killed my parents,” he says.

In the video, he tells the officers, “I snapped at home,” reports WWBT. “I felt threatened by my father and mother.”

People

Son of Federal Prosecutor Gets 30 Years in Prison for Striking Dad 43 Times with Ax

After His Mom Was Found Dead in Garbage Bag, N.Y.C. Son Allegedly Said She Took 'a While to Die'

MICHIGAN MAN BROKE 4-MONTH-OLD SON'S LEGS WHEN HE PICKED HIM UP 'TOO HARD AND TIGHTENED HIS GRIP,' POLICE SAY

Tags: Abuse, Crime, Family, Hate, Judgement, Lifestyle, Murder, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Prison, Violence, Youth

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09-Feb-2019


Detective Recounts Horror of Reading Texts From Mass. Teen Urging Her Boyfriend to Kill Himself 

 

“It was one of those things where you keep reading and it just keeps getting worse. And that’s what kinda put everything in motion,” Fairhaven Police Detective Scott Gordon tells NBC News’ Andrea Canning in an upcoming episode of Dateline: Reckless, which airs Friday at 10 p.m. ET/9 p.m. CT on NBC. (A clip from the interview is shown above.)

Roy died in his pickup truck from carbon monoxide poisoning on July 13, 2014 — an act Carter had supported and encouraged in text and phone conversations.

Carter was sentenced to 15 months in jail after she was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in 2017 but had been free pending her appeal. Her defense argued her statements and texts urging Roy forward as he contemplated suicide were covered by First Amendment free-speech protections. But on Monday, a Massachusetts court rejected the appeal.

People

Indiana Honor Roll Student Allegedly Killed 18-Year-Old Who Used to Attend Her School

Woman gets 30 years in prison in Texas dismemberment killing

Tags: Bullying, Court, Crime, Education, Environment, Hostility, Judgement, Murder, Parental Burden, Parents Don't Always Rule, Prison, Suicide, Supremacy, Violence, Youth

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07-Feb-2019


"No Snitching"

 

"Informing law enforcement of a crime for any other reason is just someone performing their civic duty."

Why do prison rules apply to us? 05-Feb-2019

Tags: Cowardice, Crime, Exclusivity, Men, Prison, Privilege, Safety, Self Interest, Self-hatred, Sex, Stereotype, Supremacy

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05-Feb-2019




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