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
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Friday, 6 January 2017
7 More Perverts and Pedophiles Counting Parents of Plaintiffs - Today's P&P List
3 Whackos from Waco - Texas
Lawsuit against state expands - New Hampshire
Predator facing 13 charges - Illinois
Absolute worst child porn - Oklahoma
Child sexual abuse investigation
lands three in jail
Trey Cartwright, Frederick Lougheed, Stephanie Parker-Lougheed
By Erin Zeller and Taina Maya
MCLENNAN COUNTY, Texas (KWTX) A child's outcry of sexual assault leads to a months-long investigation and several arrests.
The Waco Police Crimes Against Children unit and Robinson police with the assistance of the U.S. Marshals served search warrants on two different homes at the same time Thursday.
Trey Cartwright was arrested for continuous sexual assault of a child Thursday at a home in Ross. Detectives said the victim was abused for four years. Cartwright remains in jail on a $250,000 bond and additional charges are expected.
At the same time, another team went to a home in Robinson to execute a search warrant in connection to the original case. There, they arrested Frederick Lougheed for five counts of sexual assault of a child. During the search detectives learned of several other possible victims, and additional charges are expected. They have identified at least two victims. Lougheed is being held on $1.25 million bond.
While searching Lougheed's home they arrested his wife, Stephanie Parker- Loughheed, a teacher at Lake Air Montessori in Waco ISD, for endangerment of a child while being under the influence of methamphetamine, police said. Investigators also recovered drugs at the home. The couple's children are in the care of family protective services. Parker-Lougheed was not listed in the McLennan county jail on Friday morning.
News 10 has been told by detectives that there was no connection to theses arrests and Waco ISD. The district's Director of Communications Bruce Gietzen confirmed Parker-Lougheed is currently on paid leave pending the investigation. He said a long term substitute has been placed in her position. She taught 4th,5th, and 6th grade at the magnet school.
Detectives say Cartwright could have additional charges related to trafficking in the coming days.
CASA-NH Named as 3rd Defendant in Child Sex Abuse Lawsuit Against DCYF, Easter Seals
MANCHESTER, New Hampshire — Attorneys filed a motion to add a third defendant to a civil lawsuit alleging negligence against several state organizations that reportedly led to the sexual abuse of two young children, referred to as N.B. and J.B.
Lawyers representing the young children’s grandparents have requested to make an amendment to their initial complaint by adding Court Appointed Special Advocates of New Hampshire, Inc. (CASA-NH) as a defendant. The New Hampshire Division for Children, Youth and Families and Easter Seals New Hampshire, Inc. have already been named as defendants in the suit.
The motion states that CASA-NH was negligent because it failed to exercise a duty of reasonable care owed to the children to prevent them from unreasonable and foreseeable risks of harm.
“Despite and in breach of the aforesaid duties, CASA-NH’s actions, by and through its employees and agents, were negligent and breached minimum standards of care when it knew of allegations concerning behavior of N.B. and J.B.’s biological parents, child sexual abuse and deviancy relating to both N.B. and J.B. and other children, and not only failed to investigate these allegations but also specifically exposed N.B. and J.B. to foreseeable harm, when it failed to ensure that the supervised visits were in fact supervised, and as such, it permitted those visits to be partially unsupervised, and thereafter when it relaxed the full-time supervisory requirement in the face of a credible and foreseeable threat to N.B. and J.B.'s safety, to allow for unsupervised time during supervised visits,” the motion states.
Lynn Liptay was specifically named as the agent acting on behalf of CASA-NH. The motion alleges that Liptay "took no action to prevent the partially unsupervised visits from taking place, during which N.B. and J.B. were both sexually abused by their biological parents on multiple occasions."
CASA-NH was unable to comment on the lawsuit because they have not yet received a copy of the complaint.
DeKalb man faces life in prison in child sexual abuse caseBy BRETT ROWLAND
SYCAMORE, Illinois – A DeKalb man faces charges of predatory criminal sexual assault involving two children after an investigation by the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office.
Carlos A. Botello, 25, of 825 W. Taylor St., No. 901, DeKalb, was charged with four counts of predatory criminal sexual assault, nine counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse of a child and unlawful restraint. If convicted of counts involving two separate victims, he would face a mandatory life sentence.
The sheriff’s office started investigating Botello on Dec. 30 after learning of allegations of sexual contact between Botello and two children younger than 13, according to a news release.
Botello is accused of inappropriate contact with the children on multiple occasions between October 2016 and Dec. 24, 2016, according to court records and the news release.
Police arrested Botello on Tuesday.
At a hearing Wednesday, Chief Judge Robbin Stuckert set Botello’s bond at $500,000.
Prosecutors had asked that bond be set at $2 million. First Assistant State’s Attorney Stephanie Klein said the children “were not strangers” to Botello.
Botello, who works at IHOP, said he plans to hire an attorney, but was represented at the hearing by DeKalb County Public Defender Tom McCulloch.
Botello is next due in court Jan. 17. A preliminary hearing is set for Feb. 3.
Oklahoma man sentenced to 67 years for ‘absolute worst’ child sexual abuse case
ROGERS COUNTY, Okla. – An Oklahoma man was sentenced to 67 years in prison following what the prosecutor said was the “worst case of child sexual abuse she’s ever seen.”
Actually, this KFOR report is in error. He was sentenced to 37 years, plus 20 and 10, which run concurrently with the 37.
In 2015, federal agents arrested Kenneth Batten during part of a nationwide mission called “Operation Predator,” according to FOX 23.
The Tulsa World reports that Batten went by “incestlover12” online, and would distribute child pornography using the KIK app.
KJRH reports that Batten admitted to authorities that he had downloaded child pornography, produced and distributed child pornography of an infant family member and raped the child with an object.
Court records indicate that Batten sexually assaulted a 1-year-old girl several times.
The prosecutor says the pornography that Batten produced was the “absolute worst” that she has had to watch.
He eventually pleaded guilty to charges of rape by instrumentation, possession of juvenile pornography, soliciting sexual conduct or communication with a minor by use of technology and eight counts of child sexual abuse.
Batten was sentenced to 37 years for nine counts of rape and sexual abuse in the assault of a family member..
He was sentenced to 20 years for manufacturing and distributing child pornography and 10 years for soliciting sexual conduct through use of technology.
Officials say the sentences will run concurrently.
In 2016, Batten was sentenced to 25 years on a related case involving the sexual exploitation of a child.
So, I'm assuming the 37 years runs consecutively with the 25 years, or am I just wishfully thinking? I hate concurrent sentences. It means the manufacturing, distribution and soliciting cost him nothing.
Rogers Co., OK