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3:15 PM prayer in brief:
Pray for God to stop 1 child from being molested today.
Pray for God to stop 1 child molestation happening now.
Pray for God to rescue 1 child from sexual slavery.
Pray for God to save 1 girl from genital circumcision.
Pray for God to stop 1 girl from becoming a child-bride.
If you have the faith pray for 100 children rather than one.
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Monday, 20 February 2017
P&P List Today Includes Pastor of the Week and Murdering Ninja Wives
Man gets his wives to dress as ninjas & murder CSA victim - Utah
Man facing 99 years for CSA on 10 y/o - Texas
Female CSA detective facing charges of faking investigation - Florida
Pastor of the Week Award goes to Grand Rapids - Michigan
Like something out of the movies
Utah man accused of using wives as ‘polygamist ninjas’
A man with three wives is accused of having plotted with them to kill a 14-year-old girl he sexually abused. Two of the women allegedly dressed up as ninjas and attempted to murder the victim before she could testify against him in court.
Kain Blackwing, 47, was charged Thursday with three counts of solicitation for aggravated murder, conspiracy to commit aggravated murder and attempted aggravated murder. All the charges are in the first degree and are the result of him conspiring to murder a teenager who accused him of forcible sexual abuse in 2014, KSL reported.
It was four days before the trial was to begin when Blackwing instructed two of his wives, Raven Blackwing, now 24, and an unnamed woman, now 19, to dress all in black and break into the teen’s house to murder all the occupants. Raven Blackwing, formerly known as Madeline Baker, and the other woman were found armed with a stun gun, knife, plastic wrap, matches, a screwdriver, syringes, tourniquets and formalin.
Their bizarre toolkit served a purpose. After spending time monitoring the girl’s home in West Jordan, Utah, the two women planned to suffocate the teenager with the plastic wrap and stage a heroin overdose for the other two occupants.
The teenager was staying with her mother and her mother’s fiance, Jeremy Beck, who is Blackwing’s half-brother, according to the New York Daily News.
When Raven and the other woman entered the property, they attempted to subdue Beck.
“She came at me with a stun gun, and I instinctively blocked it with my arm, and I hit her in the head, then proceeded to jump on top of her,” he told KUTV.
The two women apparently had not been prepared to fight a ninja, because Beck was able to use a samurai sword he kept on the wall.
“I grabbed my sword on the mantle, unsheathed it and told her to sit down, that if she moved, she would lose body parts,” Beck said.
Both Raven Blackwing and the other woman were tried and convicted for the incident in 2015. They were both charged with aggravated burglary, aggravated assault and retaliation against a witness or victim. The other woman received probation, which she has since completed, while Raven received up to 15 years in Utah State Prison.
However, it was not until Thursday that Kain Blackwing and his third wife, Theresa Baker, had been charged. Theresa, also known as Diana Blackwing, is believed to have assisted Kain in plotting the murder.
Blackwing was convicted of abusing that teenager and in 2015, faced similar charges from one of his wives. That woman also claimed to have met Kain when she was a teenager and he taught her “fighting and survival skills.” He allegedly claimed to have been a “Shen lord,” a god and required his wives to call him “Lord.”
He also allegedly told the women that “if he ever bonded with a woman she became his and the only way out of the relationship was death,” the charges state.
He will face charges for the sexual assault of the other woman on February 28.
Longview man jailed on four child sex abuse counts
By Staff Reports
A Longview man facing four felony child sexual abuse counts issued by a grand jury last week was arrested Sunday and held Monday without bond.
Hollis Earl Tennison Jr., 38, is accused of assaulting a Longview girl July 1 and Jan. 1, both in 2016. Assistant District Attorney Madison Hood said Tennison's victim was 10 years old at the time.
Grand jurors last week indicted him on two charges of aggravated sexual assault of a child and one each of indecency with a child by sexual contact and indecency with a child by exposure.
The assault charges are first-degree felonies punishable by up to 99 years or life in prison, Hood said.
"She was under the age of 13, so that's why it's 'aggravated,' " Hood said, adding the assaults occurred in Longview.
The incidents were investigated by Longview police. Gregg County online records show Tennison was booked in to jail at 8:29 p.m. Sunday.
Florida child protection investigator arrested for lying in possible sex abuse case
A former child protection detective in Florida was arrested for lying in an ongoing investigation involving the possible sexual assault of a child, a spokesman for the state’s Department of Children and Families confirmed Monday.
According to court records, Brittanee Sharmayne Carter, 27, was taken into custody by agents of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) after a warrant was issued for her arrest.
She was charged with two felony counts of altering or destroying the records of a minor in study under custody, court documents confirmed.
DCF spokeswoman Jessica Sims said Carter was terminated from her position in February 2016.
“The actions of this individual were absolutely unacceptable, and the Department has no tolerance for any violation of the public trust,” Sims told FloridaPolitics.com by email. “When these allegations surfaced, an investigation was initiated by the DCF inspector general and law enforcement was notified during the course of the investigation. Allegations of falsification of records were reported to the DCF IG Feb. 2, 2016. Ms. Carter resigned Feb. 3, 2016.”
Carter fictitiously reported she had visited various elementary schools in the Tallahassee area in the course of an investigation regarding a child had been sexually assaulted, according to records.
She told investigators that it was difficult for her to keep up with her caseload at times and would confuse facts, The Associated Press reported.
“We appreciate FDLE’s assistance in holding this individual accountable,” Sims said. “When the IG investigation is complete, the full redacted IG report will be posted on our website.”
Carter was only in custody for a little more than an hour before posting bail on a $1,000 bond. It was not clear if she had yet retained a lawyer.
Attempts to contact her were unsuccessful before the publishing of this story.
Grand Rapids man is Pastor of the Week
GR pastor ordered to stand for child sexual abuse charges
KENTWOOD, Mich. (WOOD) — A pastor at a Grand Rapids church accused of trying to meet an 11-year-old girl for sex has been ordered to stand trial.
At a preliminary hearing, David Robert Diehl was bound over to circuit court on child sexually abusive activity and using a computer to commit a crime charges.
Diehl was arrested in November 2016 after he responded to an undercover officer’s post on Grand Rapids Craiglist, which warned about a poster offering “sex with daughters.”
Michigan State Police say Diehl is a pastor at Church on Fire in Grand Rapids at the time of his arrest.
In November, MSP said there was no evidence of actual victims.