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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Sunday, 15 January 2017
Illegal Immigrant, Deputy Sheriff among Today's Perverts & Pedophiles
Illegal immigrant abuses 5y/o - California
Man charged with six felonies - Alaska
Man - 3 charges of CSA, 2 sodomy - Kentucky
Dep sheriff - child porn, bestiality - Texas
Man sentenced for child porn - Ontario
California Cops Accuse Illegal Immigrant of
Child Sex Abuse of 5y/o
An illegal immigrant from El Salvador is being accused of sexually assaulting a 5 year-old girl in Fullerton, California.
Rigoberto Arevalo Cubias, 30, is being accused by the Fullerton Police Department of “engaging in sexual intercourse of sodomy” with a 5-year-old, as Fox News reported.
Cubias, according to Fullerton police, goes by a number of aliases, including Jose Cubias, Jose Cubias Arevalo, Jose Riberto Cubias and Jose Alfonso Cubias Arevalo.
Cubias also has an outstanding $50,000 arrest warrant from 2014 when he got a DUI for drunk driving. Fullerton police expect that Cubias may have gotten rid of his vehicle and cellphone in order to evade capture.
“Detectives believe that Cubias now knows he is wanted by police and he is on the run from law enforcement,” Fullerton police said in a news release.
Cubias is described by police as a Hispanic male with black hair and brown eyes, weighing about 185 pounds and approximately 5’7”.
Fullerton police are encouraging anyone with information on Cubias’ whereabouts to contact Detective Carin Wright at (714) 738-6754.
The news of Cubias’ accusations against him comes just a couple days after the Santa Maria Joint High School District announced that they would make their public schools a “safe haven” for illegal immigrants and their families, as Breitbart Texas reported.
District Board President Carol Karamitsos said the policy was “super important for our students, our families and our community as a whole.”
Fairbanks man charged with multiple sex crimes
By Sam Friedman, newsminer.com
FAIRBANKS—A 48-year-old Fairbanks man was arrested Friday afternoon on six felony sexual assault and child sexual abuse charges.
Jimmy Dale Eubanks Jr. is accused of victimizing three people starting in 2010 and with the most recent alleged abuse taking place in the summer of 2016, a trooper news release states.
Troopers believe there may be additional victims and ask anyone with additional information to call 451-5100.
Charges in one case allege Eubanks had sex with a victim younger than age 13 in May 2010, according to online court records. He's charged with first- and second-degree sexual abuse of a minor in that case.
In a second case, Eubanks is charged with a series of 2016 crimes that include sexual contact with a victim younger than 16 years and sexual contact with a victim who was unaware the contact was taking place. He is charged with two counts of third-degree sexual assault and two counts of second-degree sexual abuse of a minor in that case.
He is also charged with a misdemeanor count of fourth-degree sexual abuse of a minor, the crime of having sexual contact with a minor by a person who has authority over the minor.
Eubanks was arraigned Saturday in Fairbanks. He has been appointed a public defender, according to online court records.
Eubanks is being held without bail at Fairbanks Correctional Center.
Man, 34, charged with child sexual abuse
A 34-year-old Louisville man, Christopher Simpson, has been arrested and charged with two counts of sodomy and three counts of child abuse in connection with incidents involving a 14-year-old female, Louisville Metro Police have reported.
Simpson was arrested Friday and charged in a case that police said involved sexual abuse. A police news release said the girl and her family were staying with Simpson and his family this past summer and fall when the abuse occurred.
Detectives with the metro Crimes Against Children Unit developed information that led to the arrest, police said.
Deputy accused in obscenity case faces additional
child porn charges
By Brian Rogers
A former Harris County sheriff's deputy accused of producing pornography depicting bestiality is facing three more felonies after police said a forensic search of his home computer turned up more than 200 images of child pornography.
Andrew Sustaita Jr., a six-year law enforcement veteran, was arrested Monday after an online task force connected him to obscene material including images of sexual contact with a dog.
He was arrested Monday for the state jail felony while officers searched his home and confiscated a laptop, according to court records.
On Friday, three other felonies were filed by the district attorney's office.
"These cases are very important because they exploit children," said Joanne Musick, chief of the district attorney's sex crimes division. "When the image is produced, the child is literally being abused and people are trading those images."
Sustaita was relieved of duty after his arrest, according to the sheriff's office.
"It's especially disheartening when it is a police officer accused of possessing or trading these images," Musick said.
Sustaita, who was most recently assigned to the Crime Control Division, was identified as a suspect after investigators learned of obscene online material coming from an account based in Harris County.
The Sheriff's Office's High Tech Crime Unit investigating the case involving the bestiality video arrested Sustaita on a charge of obscenity but continued investigating.
The former deputy is free after posting a $30,000 bail. If convicted of the third-degree felony, he could face a maximum punishment of 10 years in prison.
"It's still early in the investigation," said Nathan Hennigan, who is representing Sustaita with Kristin Guiney. "All the parties are still gathering information."
Harris Co., TX
Kingston man sentenced to prison on child porn charges
By Sue Yanagisawa, Kingston Whig-Standard
A 45-year-old Kingston man with no previous criminal record has been sentenced to two years in penitentiary for possessing child pornography and attempting to make child pornography five years ago using a child of primary grade age.
Ali R. Neshat pleaded guilty to the charges in November in Kingston's Superior Court of Justice and his case was put over for sentencing on Friday, following the completion of a pre-sentence report.
In addition to penitentiary, Superior Court Justice Gary Tranmer ordered Neshat included for life on the Sex Offender Information Registry and imposed a 10-year court order that bars him from public parks and swimming areas where children under 16 years of age are or can reasonably be expected to be present, as well as day-care centres, school grounds, playgrounds and community centres. The order also forbids him seeking or accepting employment or volunteer work that would place him in a position of trust or authority over anyone under 16.
Justice Tranmer accepted defence lawyer Sean Ellacott's argument, however, that forbidding Neshat access to the Internet would prevent him from earning a living when he gets out of prison. Consequently, he's permitted to go online, but prohibited from accessing any sites or networks that carry child pornography.
Neshat was charged after police patrolling peer-to-peer file sharing sites detected child pornography being downloaded to his IP (Internet Protocol) address, and tracked it back to a computer under his control.
The computer was seized in January 2012 then searched and Justice Tranmer was told when Neshat entered his guilty pleas that investigators found 332 still images that qualified as child pornography and 48 movies, including one that recorded "an invasive sex act on a female child" as well as recordings of adult males sexually abusing children as young as four.
In sentencing Neshat, the judge observed that "these crimes are not victimless. These are real children, real people."
Even in cases where consumers of child pornography rationalize that they're only looking, the judge said "that there is an audience for this is absolutely shameful."
He and assistant Crown attorney Natalie Thompson both referenced a 2001 Supreme Court decision that examined the relationship between the possession and creation of child pornography and its impact.
The high court wrote: "Production of child pornography is fueled by the market for it, and the market in turn is fueled by those who seek to possess it."
The court's decision also concluded: "Criminalizing possession may reduce the market for child pornography and the abuse of children ..."
Justice Tranmer cited, as well, the high court's assessment that the abuse involved "is broad in extent and devastating in impact."
"The child is traumatized by being used as a sexual object in the course of making the pornography. The child may be sexually abused and degraded. The trauma and violation of dignity may stay with the child as long as he or she lives. Not infrequently, it initiates a downward spiral into the sex trade," the 2001 decision continues, adding: "Even when it does not, the child must live in the years that follow with the knowledge that the degrading photo or film may still exist and may at any moment be being watched and enjoyed by someone."
Justice Tranmer said it inflicts torture on children who deserve safe homes, loving parents and an opportunity to thrive without the "monstrous intervention" of being sexually exploited.
He also told Neshat that "we know in Canada that the existence of such pictures can and does lead children to suicide."
He acknowledged defence lawyer Ellacott's submissions that his client created a new life for himself after his charges cost him his job.
And "there can be no doubt that for him jail will be harsh," Justice Tranmer opined. But he said the sentence imposed "does not foreclose rehabilitation."