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, 18 August 2018

Priest, Teacher, UNCW Swim Coach, and Assorted Perverts on Today's USA PnP List

Illinois man charged with child sexual assault

Facing a possible 30 years in prison

A 51-year-old Crystal Lake man remained at the McHenry County Jail on Friday accused of sexually assaulting a child he knew in 2017.

Police arrested Jorge Milan, of the 700 block of Northampton Drive, on Thursday, according to a criminal complaint filed in McHenry County court. He faces charges including predatory criminal sexual assault of a victim younger than 13 and aggravated criminal sexual abuse.

The charges stem from claims Milan inappropriately touched the child between August and December 2017, the complaint stated. The alleged victim was someone known to Milan, according to charging records.

Predatory criminal sexual assault of a child younger than 13 is a Class X felony offense, typically punishable by up to 30 years in prison.

Milan’s bond is set at $250,000, meaning he must post $25,000 bail to be released. He has no prior criminal charges in McHenry County, public records show.

McHenry County Judge Robert Wilbrandt denied Milan’s request for a public defender Friday morning. Milan has not yet hired a private attorney to represent him. He is set to appear in court Tuesday.

19 y/o man accused of child sex abuse arrested in Illinois
Written by Marsha Heller

Logan C. Busby, 19, of Ewing, IL is facing battery, exploitation, and aggravated criminal sexual abuse charges. (Source: Franklin County Sheriff's Office)

A 19-year-old Ewing, Illinois man was arrested Friday, Aug. 10 after a months-long child sexual abuse investigation in Franklin County, IL.

According to Sheriff Don Jones, Logan C. Busby is accused of sexually abusing two children and the Sheriff's Office began their investigation in the county back in April 2018.

Busby is facing battery, exploitation, and aggravated criminal sexual abuse charges.

Northern Michigan resident arrested on
child sexual abuse charges

MARQUETTE — According to Marquette Police, a former resident of the Marquette area has been arrested for numerous charges of child sexual abusive activities.

After a lengthy investigation by the Marquette Police Department, 26-year-old Dylan Reaksecker was charged by the Marquette County Prosecutor’s Office for four separate charges. The arrest warrants were for Child Sexually Abusive Activity, a 20 year felony, Child Sexually Abusive Activity – Distributing or Promoting, a 7 year Felony, Child Sexually Abusive Material- Possession, a 4 year Felony, and Using a Computer to Commit a Crime, a 20 year felony.

He was arrested on the warrant in the State of Washington, where he was residing. Local authorities arrested Reaksecker and he was transported to Marquette County via the US Marshall Service and the Marquette County Sheriff’s Office.

He’s currently lodged at the Marquette County Jail. Assisting in the investigation was the Michigan State Police Computer Crimes Unit and the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office.

Oregon man arrested on child, animal sex abuse charges
Author: Nate Hanson

CORVALLIS, Ore. — A 56-year-old Corvallis man was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of child and animal sex abuse.

The investigation into Craig Adair Chapman began in May when investigators obtained a warrant to search his home after receiving information that he may be involved in distributing child sexual abuse material online. Investigators seized numerous computers and electronic devices. Chapman lives in the 5100 block of Northwest Highway 99W.

On Tuesday, Chapman was booked into the Benton County Jail on the following charges:

15 counts of first-degree encouraging child sex abuse
15 counts of second-degree encouraging child sex abuse
6 counts of encouraging sexual assault of an animal

The investigation is ongoing. Authorities are still working to identify victims. Anyone with information regarding Chapman and his potential involvement with minors is asked to call Detective Christopher Dale with the Benton County Sheriff’s Office at 541-766-6858.

People are encouraged to report any suspected child sexual abuse material to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.

Oregon man sentenced to 22 years in prison
for child sex abuse

PORTLAND, Ore. — A 48-year-old man will spend the next 22 years behind bars after he pleaded guilty to sodomy in the first degree, attempted sodomy in the first degree, and encouraging child sex abuse in the first degree.

The investigation revealed that Brian John Ellis forced a very young child to perform sex acts on multiple occasions, while he filmed it, according to the Multnomah County District Attorney's Office.

Authorities say they executed a search warrant and law enforcement found more than 5,000 files of child porn on Ellis' phone.

PA man freed by Innocence Project accused
of sexual assault of 6 y/o girl on the day of his release

A man freed from prison in May after a judge vacated his 1991 rape conviction in Westmoreland County was arrested Thursday on charges of sexually assaulting a 7-year-old child at his home in McKees Rocks.

John Kunco, 53, previously of Harrison, was arraigned Friday on charges of aggravated indecent assault, unlawful contact with a minor, corruption, endangering the welfare of children and indecent assault.

Court documents list the date of the offenses as May 23, the day Kunco was released from prison after serving nearly 28 years of a 45- to 90-year sentence in an unrelated rape case.

Last week, officials received a Childline report from a 7-year-old girl who said she had been sexually abused by Kunco, a criminal complaint shows.

The child told officials she recalled lying beside Kunco on a futon, falling asleep and waking to Kunco sexually assaulting her. She said she was 6 when it happened.

And the parent(s) were where? How do you allow your 6 y/o to lie down with a man who has just hours before been released from 28 years in prison? 

Court records indicate that Kunco was able to post 10 percent of the $25,000 bail set in the new Allegheny County case Friday — but Westmoreland County District Attorney John Peck said he believes that Kunco is in jail awaiting a mental health evaluation and is not expected to be released before Monday.

On May 23, Kunco was released from prison on a $10,000 unsecured bond after a judge vacated his 1991 rape conviction and gave prosecutors the option of a retrial.

A jury had convicted Kunco of savagely raping and torturing a 55-year-old woman in her New Kensington apartment.

Prosecutors said Kunco broke into the woman’s apartment in December 1990, blindfolded her with her underwear, shocked her with a frayed electrical cord, then raped her and forced her to perform sexual acts. At trial, prosecutors showed jurors photographs of a healed bite mark on the woman that experts said matched a dental imprint of Kunco’s mouth.

Kunco has maintained his innocence and received legal support from the Innocence Project, a New York-based nonprofit whose mission is to exonerate wrongly convicted people using DNA evidence.

The Innocence Project on Friday said that Kunco has been fully cooperating with police since his release three months ago and described the new charges as “unsubstantiated allegations of unwanted contact.”

“These allegations have absolutely no relation to Mr. Kunco’s 1991 conviction that was recently vacated based on DNA and other evidence proving his innocence,” Karen Thompson, the Innocence Project attorney representing Kunco, said in a statement.

“It is important to remember at this point that Mr. Kunco has only been charged with a crime and should be presumed innocent until proven otherwise,” Thompson said. “As we know, wrongful convictions occur time after time because of a rush to judgment.”

The Innocence Project’s attorneys argued the bite mark evidence used to convict Kunco was based on faulty science. DNA testing last year of a blanket believed to have been present during the rape found no traces of Kunco’s genetic material and instead what the defense said was another unidentified male.

Westmoreland County Common Pleas Judge Christopher Feliciani ruled that with the new DNA evidence, the totality of the evidence presented against Kunco likely would not have resulted in a conviction at the original trial.

Peck said that prosecutors plan to go to court Monday morning to ask that Feliciani revoke Kunco’s bond in the New Kensington rape case. “At this time, we are intending on retrying the case,” Peck said.

Delaware man sentenced in rape of 7 y/o girl
By:  Tahja Cropper 

LAUREL, Del. - A man has been sentenced after he sexually abused a child in Laurel.

The Delaware Department of Justice says on Friday,  25-year-old John Young, of Bridgeville, was sentenced to 25 years in prison after entering a guilty plea. Authorities say Young pleaded guilty to the charges of rape second degree and contempt of court.  

In January 2018, Young performed oral sex on a 7-year-old girl and violated a no contact order that had been imposed by the court.

He will be on probation for 15 years after his prison sentence. The Bridgeville man is also required to register as a Tier III sex offender for the rest of his life. 

Victim in decades-old Texas child sex abuse
outraged with lenient sentence

Astonishing! Jury finds pervert guilty of 10 counts of CSA,
then lets him walk out of court on probation.
By:  Brittany Glas 

AUSTIN (KXAN) — After waiting more than 20 years for justice, a Georgetown man who was sexually assaulted as a child says he’s still waiting for resolve, after a disappointing sentence for the man convicted of the crime in Travis County.

Out of respect for the victim's privacy and the nature of the crimes he endured, we are concealing his identity on television and online.

The 37-year-old Georgetown man says he endured traumatizing sexual abuse that began the day he turned 14 in 1994. 

"I was on my way over to the neighbors' house to visit. [I] noticed they weren't home, but Michael [their friend] was. Then he told me he was going to give me a birthday present," he told KXAN.

Michael Vanorder, who is now 49 years old, was in his 20s at the time, living in Austin. 

After the initial incident, court documents indicate Vanorder would continue to manipulate the teenage boy – and another boy – for a number of years. When the victim turned 19 years old, he came forward and reported the abuse to the Austin Police Department.

Decades later, the victim says the abuse still affects him.

"It's not something you get over. It's every time you close your eyes and you can dream about yourself being in that same bed again," he said. "I didn't know how to explain it to anybody, so I just kept quiet. The older I got, you know, the more tired of it I got."

Vanorder was arrested shortly after the victim filed his complaint. After Vanorder posted bond, he reportedly made some court appearances but he ultimately fled the state and moved to Arizona. 

"He completely disappeared," the victim said. "It more than pains me. It irritates me that you can just run away from what you did wrong. You can just take off and get away with it for 20 years. That eats me up."

...still ended up losing in the long run

The man who had jumped bail for years finally got caught in February 2015 when game wardens stopped him in Lake Havasu, Arizona for an off-road sticker violation. During their investigation, the wardens determined Vanorder had an outstanding fugitive from justice felony warrant issued out of Texas. Vanorder was arrested and extradited back to Texas to face 10 counts of child sex crimes (six counts of sexual assault with a child, two counts of indecency with a child by contact, and two counts of indecency with a child by exposure) in Travis County.

In 2018, Travis County District Attorney Margaret Moore took the case to a jury trial because she said the offense was so serious and the conduct so egregious, that the office would never offer a defendant in a case like this a plea deal.

Good decision Ms Moore. God bless you.

"It is unsatisfactory that he remained at large that long," Moore said. "It was important to us to go ahead and pursue the case."

The victim was there for the whole process and breathed a sigh of relief when a jury found Vanorder guilty on all 10 counts in February. The victim says at that point he truly thought he was getting justice. 

"We convinced a jury of 12 people that this guy was actually guilty of the crime. They believed us and they convicted him," the victim explained.

Such an important part of recovery is being able to tell your story and being believed.

The jury sentenced Vanorder to 10 years probation — zero prison time. The victims felt like they were victimized all over again. 

OMG! Are you serious? 

"We were able to get someone finally to believe our story and get the prosecution that was needed… and still ended up losing in the long run," the victim said. "He had 20 years to do whatever he wanted to. Now he's got the rest of his life. I just really can't believe that. We waited for a long time for justice for something that happened to us and what we got was not what we were expecting at all."

No, and it is not justice at all. What on earth got into their heads? There has to be a way of appealing this sentence; it's just absurd!

Former UNCW swim coach arrested on
child sex abuse charges
By Alex Riley StarNews 
Former UNCW swimming and diving assistant coach Nick Walkotten is facing five sex offense related charges involving a child.

According to a Raleigh Police Department report, Walkotten was arrested Thursday on four counts of statutory sex offense with a child under 15 and one count of felony indecent liberties with a child. The reports show investigators believe the acts happened between June 1 and Aug. 1. Walkotten is being held on a $2 million bond at the Wake County Detention Center.

Before coming to the Port City, the Michigan native was working at the YMCA of the Triangle when first-year UNCW coach Jason Memont brought him on the staff for the 2014-15 campaign. Walkotten swam under Memont at South Carolina from 2007-09, becoming the first Gamecock men’s swimmer to earn All-SEC first team honors since 2001. He reached the NCAA Championships in several events during his career, earning All-American honors in the 100 and 200 butterfly in 2009.

Walkotten transferred in from Indiana after earning Big Ten Freshman of the Year honors in 2006. He swam in the Olympic trials trying to make the 2008 summer games in Beijing. He also took part in a trial for the 2012 U.S. Olympic team.

The 32-year-old was the first assistant hired by Memont when he took over the program. In a 2014 release from the school, Memont called Walkotten a “perfect fit for my staff at UNCW” noting that his work in the Raleigh area would give the Seahawks a recruiting advantage in that area.

Through a university spokesperson, UNCW said it did not have a comment on Walkotten’s arrest.

After leaving Wilmington, Walkotten returned to the Raleigh area, working as a coach with the Marlins of Raleigh since August 2015. A bio for Walkotten on the organization’s website was unavailable, but his LinkedIn page said he was a “13-14 Senior Coach.”

Boca Raton Attorneys File Child Sexual Abuse Suit Against Florida Elementary School

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Source: Herman Law)Attorneys representing a victim of child sexual abuse allegedly committed by Christopher Falzone while a teacher at Sheridan Elementary School have filed a lawsuit against the School Board of Broward County.

The suit alleges that in 2012, when the victim was eight years old, Falzone was a substitute in her second grade class. Falzone openly groomed and sexually harassed the victim by rubbing her back and hugging her. Falzone also touched and sexually harassed other female students, sometimes right in front of the principal. 

In 2013 when the victim was nine years old, Falzone began to sexually assault the victim by touching her butt and fondling her vagina. Falzone also sexually assaulted other girls.

Falzone was terminated from Sheridan Elementary School in 2013 after the victim reported that he was touching her buttocks. Falzone was subsequently hired by Renaissance Charter School in Cooper City which is a Charter School USA affiliate

Falzone was also hired by Live Oak Camp where he was recently accused of sexually molesting a girl and has since been arrested.

Jeff Herman filed a negligence and Title IX complaint against the School Board. Herman previously settled another Title IX lawsuit for teacher sexual abuse against the School Board of Broward County for $1 million.

Catholic Diocese in Florida removes priest
after child sex abuse allegation

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) - Two churches in Wakulla County won't have their pastor on Sunday.

The Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee removed him after reportedly finding a credible allegation of sexual abuse. To his congregations, he’s known as “Father Eddie.”

He used to serve at Blessed Sacrament in Tallahassee, but something happened 14 years ago when he was there that’s come to light this week.

A victim reached out to the diocese on Monday, accusing Father Edward Jones of inappropriate contact with a minor. The diocese investigated the claim and found it credible.

Right now, this is the only allegation the diocese knows of against Father Eddie or any other serving clergy. Still, the bishop of the diocese says abuse has no place in the church. 

Are we sure the Bishop is Catholic?

”I'm devastated and embarrassed and sometimes lost as well in the face of so much sin in the world, not just in this instance, but in all, we have to be people of hope," said Bishop Bill Wack of Roman Catholic Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee. "We have to know how all of this ends. It ends in glory. It's just that we need to work harder to build up the kingdom of God here on earth." 

Child sex abuse will definitely not end in glory for pedophile priests! 

Father Eddie served here from 2003 to 2007. The diocese says if anyone else has been abused by him or any other priest, they can, and should, come forward. 

The diocese says it has priests who will fill-in at Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish in Crawfordville and Sacred Heart Parish in Lanark.

The bishop says the diocese will also search to find a permanent replacement.

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