Everyday thousands of children are being sexually abused. You can stop the abuse of at least one child by simply praying. You can possibly stop the abuse of thousands of children by forwarding the link in First Time Visitor? by email, Twitter or Facebook to every Christian you know. Save a child or lots of children!!!! Do Something, please!

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.
Give Thanks. There is more to this prayer here

Please note: All my writings and comments appear in bold italics in this colour

Saturday, 20 January 2018

Pediatrician, Care-Givers, Boyfriend Lead Today's Sickening USA PnP List

Wichita man charged with continuous sexual abuse
of a child in Texas

A 55-year-old Wichita man was arrested Friday on a warrant out of Texas for charges including continuous sexual abuse of a child, aggravated sexual assault of a child and indecency with a child by contact, according to reports.

Michael Lee Lopez was booked into the Sedgwick County Jail at 3:43 p.m. He is being held without bond, jail records say.

Lopez was wanted by Pflugerville police in Texas, and was arrested by Wichita’s Exploited and Missing Child Unit at a home in the 3000 block of South Clifton. 

The Pflugerville Police Department said the charges stem from incidents involving two children between 2014 and 2017 in Pflugerville and Temple, Texas, according to Spectrum News in Austin.

Alabama Man Sentenced For Child Sex Abuse
in Ohio County Circuit Court

Circuit Judge James Mazzone sentenced Alabama resident Lamont Dees to 11-25 years in prison Friday for sexually abusing a 12-year-old girl in 2013.

Another boyfriend rapes girlfriend's daughter

Dees, 45, was convicted in early December in Ohio County Circuit Court on one count each of third-degree sexual assault and sexual abuse by a custodian. West Virginia State Police arrested Dees on April 2 after investigating reports he sexually abused his then-girlfriend’s daughter.

During Friday’s sentencing hearing, Assistant Prosecutor Jenna Perkins read a statement from the victim, who is now 17 years old.

“I was raped by a man I considered a father figure. … I still wish I could have told someone sooner. … I still have night terrors and depression and (post-traumatic stress disorder),” Perkins read.

The victim also said she was scared, and that’s why it took her several years to come forward about the sexual assault, according to Perkins.

Three members of Dees’ family attended the hearing, two of whom addressed the court on his behalf. Dees’ nephew, Brent Johnson, described the case as “heartbreaking.” Dees’ sister, Sonya Johnson, spoke to the court, as well. “I just want to say my brother is a good person and I know that he didn’t do this,” Johnson said.

In arguing for a severe penalty, Perkins reviewed the facts of the case and said the victim viewed Dees as someone she could trust before he sexually assaulted her.

“This child testified and put in her victim impact statement that she thought of him as a father figure. He may have had a good heart at one point, but his heart went dark. One night he provided her with two bottles of vodka and when she would lay in bed, he got in bed with her and he sexually assaulted her. The fact of the matter is that she was a 12-year-old child,” Perkins said.

Mazzone sentenced Dees to 10-20 years in prison for sexual abuse by a custodian, and one to five years for the third-degree sexual assault charge. He ordered those sentences be served consecutively, for an effective penalty of 11-25 years behind bars.

Dees also will have to register as a sex offender for life, and would be under supervised release for 20 years upon completion of his prison sentence.

Too many mothers of young daughters take men into their homes too casually. There are far too many stories on this blog of 'boyfriends' raping the daughter of their 'girlfriend'. Mothers - please be extremely careful who you allow access to your children.

Ohio Co., WVa

Oregon man arrested on child sex abuse charges
By Anna Marum
The Oregonian/OregonLive

A McMinnville man was arrested Friday on charges of sexually abusing a child.

McMinnville police arrested Vaughn Leslie Monagon, 41, on four counts of first-degree sex abuse. The police department began investigating Monagon in October, and obtained information that police say indicate he sexually abused a child several years ago.

Police are asking anyone who has information about the case or other alleged victims to contact the department's tip line at 503-434-2337.

Missouri man facing child pornography charges

LACONIA — A New Hampton man is facing multiple counts of possessing child pornography, a crime that carries the potential of 15 years in prison.

A Belknap County Superior Court Grand Jury has indicted Jonathan Bristow, 54, of 1040A Route 132 North, Apt. C, New Hampton, on 10 counts of possession of child sexual abuse images. The charges allege that Bristow had images of children in various sexual poses stored on his cellphone.

Belknap County Attorney Andrew Livernois said that charges against Bristow came out of a joint investigation by Nashua and New Hampton police. He declined to discuss what may have led authorities to become suspicious of Bristow.

The indictments list Sept. 25 as the date of the alleged offenses. Livernois said that date was when police "came into possession" of Bristow's cellphone. He subsequently was arrested on the charges on Nov. 1 and, since then, has been confined to the Belknap County Department of Corrections jail in lieu of $100,000 cash-only bail.

Possession of child sexual abuse images is classified as a Class A felony and carries a punishment of 7 1/2 to 15 years in prison.

Livernois said Bristow is scheduled to appear before a judge in Belknap County Superior Court on Feb. 2, at which time the issue of bail, a negotiated plea, and/or admissibility of evidence could be argued.

Bristow's trial is set for April 16, when jury selection is scheduled to begin.

New Hampton, MO

Father in horrific child sexual abuse case
gets 20 years in prison in Georgia
By Jerrie Whiteley, Herald Democrat

BONHAM — Pedro Noria, 30, pleaded guilty Friday to a lesser included offense of aggravated sexual assault of a child under 14 and was sentenced to 20 years in prison. His plea moves the state one step closer to wrapping up a series of related child abuse cases in Fannin County.

The plea will likely mean that Noria, who was born in Mexico, will not be allowed to stay in this country once he is released from prison or be allowed to legally re-enter it or be granted citizenship.

Caution: This is sick and disturbing

Noria, who was originally charged with continuous sexual assault of a child under 14, pleaded guilty Friday to allowing a man named Sergio Maldonado Facundo rape his child. Fannin County Assistant District Attorney Don Hoover reminded the court that testimony in previous trials said that Noria took the child to Facundo’s house and then tied the child to the bed and allowed Facundo to assault the child while Noria and his wife, the child’s mother, watched.

Last year, a jury sentenced Facundo to life in prison for continuous sexual assault of a child under the age of 14. Another jury sentenced the mother, Noemi Noria, to 30 years in prison for her part in the crimes committed against the child. The couple’s child testified during a number of trials that his mother delivered him to Facundo both at his house and at a shop where the parents worked with Facundo. The child testified that Facundo raped him at both locations and that his parents were nearby or in the room when it happened. While that child was the only one who testified in Facundo’s trial or the mother’s trial, other children in the family are said to have been abused as well. Authorities said the children were abusing each other and the oldest brother has been charged with sexual abuse of a child.

Pedro Noria spoke to the court through an interpreter and gave mainly “yes” or “no” answers. He did say that he was originally from Mexico and that he only had a sixth grade education. He said he left school in the sixth grade because his parents couldn’t afford to pay for his education to continue. He said he understood the ramifications of his plea, when questioned by his attorney Micah Belden. His attorney said Pedro Noria was the first of the people charged with abusing the children to accept responsibility for his actions. In addition to the charge that he helped Facundo abuse one of the children, testimony in the trials revealed that another one of the couple’s children alleged that Pedro Noria stuck a glow stick up the boy’s rear end.

The abuse was discovered when the couple’s 12-year-old child, Jhoel Noria, was struck by an SUV while waiting on a school bus in September of 2015. The child died from his injuries and CPS opened an investigation into the incident. During Noemi Noria’s trial, a CPS worker testified that it was not the first time the agency had been involved with the family. Noemi Noria’s rights to all of her children have been terminated. The four younger children include three boys and one girl. All of those children are currently living either in theraputic care homes or foster homes.

Upstate NY pediatrician/GP arrested
for child pornography

He was previously accused of taking lewd photos at school

Gary Craig and Will Cleveland, Democrat and Chronicle

A Wayne County, NY family doctor accused of possession of child pornography will remain jailed as he seeks an attorney.

Dr. David Blasczak, 69, appeared in federal court Friday and said he is seeking an attorney. The Federal Public Defender's Office will represent Blasczak until he does hire a lawyer.

Blasczak, who worked with Finger Lakes Health, is charged with receiving and possessing child pornography. He is also accused of taking nude photos of children who were patients.

Finger Lakes Health fired Blasczak Friday.

U.S. Magistrate Judge Jonathan Feldman Friday set a Jan. 26 date for Blasczak to return to court. 

Prosecutors allege that Blasczak admitted to buying child pornography. Blasczak, who lives in Newark, has a family medical practice that includes adult and pediatric care at Clyde Family Health Center.

State Police confirmed Friday that there was an investigation into Blasczak several years ago, and prosecutors in Wayne County decided there was insufficient evidence for prosecution. Information about the nature of the investigation was not immediately available and the Wayne County District Attorney's Office said Friday that it did not have information at hand about the allegations.

Newark Police Chief David Christler confirmed his officers investigated a claim against Blasczak in September 2015. Police were called to a elementary school after a kindergarten parent alleged Blasczak took inappropriate photos of the daughter during orientation. Blasczak was accompanying his granddaughter, Christler said.

The parent said Blasczak tried to surreptitiously manipulate his camera phone to take photos of the child. Christler said his officer went to the school and checked Blasczak's phone, but didn't discover any photos on it. "It doesn't mean he couldn't have deleted it," Christler said. "There was no proof of anything happening, so the report was done and we never heard another thing until yesterday."

Christler said the investigation has been reopened and added his department is working with Homeland Security investigators and State Police to see if any of the alleged photos were discovered in the evidence seized by authorities Thursday. "If we can't come up with that image, we have nothing," Christler said.

A Homeland Security investigation into a password-protected child pornography website identified Blasczak as making 10 purchases of child pornography from the website, according to the criminal complaint. He allegedly paid $100 per file. One thumb drive secured by investigators contained more than 1,000 images, prosecutors allege. 

Blasczak allegedly admitted paying the parents of his juvenile patients to photograph the children on eight different occasions, claiming that he was conducting his own independent research about child sex abuse.

Authorities encourage anyone with information regarding the investigation to contact the  federal Homeland Security Buffalo office at (716) 464-5931. You can also email tips to hsibuffalotips@ice.dhs.gov. 

Those with general questions about sexual abuse or those would like guidance about how to discuss these issues with children are asked to contact Bivona Child Advocacy Center at (585) 935-7800.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Kyle Rossi, the prosecutor in the case, requested that Blasczak remained jailed while awaiting trial. 

Upstate NY man accused of child sex abuse
Denise Richardson 
A Pharsalia man has been charged with a felony sex crime, according to the Chenango County Sheriff's Office.

David G. Shaffer, 55, was charged Jan. 18 with first-degree sexual abuse, a felony, and the misdemeanors of forcible touching and endangering the welfare of a child, deputies said in a media release.

Deputies investigated a complaint that a child younger than 13 had been touched in a sexual manner by Shaffer, who is older than 21, a factor in the charge imposed. The incident took place at a private residence in Pharsalia, deputies said.

Shaffer was arraigned in Smyrna Village Court and will appear at a later date, the release said.

Pharsalia, NY

Former employee of Child Saving Institute accused
of child sexual abuse
By Alia Conley / World-Herald 

An employee of the Child Saving Institute accused of having an illicit sexual relationship with a teenager staying at the Omaha nonprofit’s shelter was ordered held on $25,000 bail Friday.

Hanna Dickerson, 23, of Neola, Iowa, was charged with first-degree sexual abuse of a dependent. She would have to post 10 percent of her bail, or $2,500, to be released from jail. She waived her preliminary hearing Friday and will stand trial in District Court.

The young man turned 17 in July. In an August interview monitored by police, he said that he and Dickerson had sex several times from July to mid-August.

The teen is a ward of the state, according to a police report. The Child Saving Institute said in a statement that he had been staying at its shelter.

The organization said that when the teen alleged the sexual assaults, other employees notified police and Child Protective Services.

Dickerson worked for the nonprofit from April to Aug. 1, her attorney said Friday.

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