Bleeding hearts (dicentra spectabilis), Author Wildfeuer (CC BY-SA 3.0 Unported)
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Most parents want a good life for their children.
Good parents want their children to grow up in peace and security; want them to express their personalities, and develop their talents; want them to become fine young men and women, capable of loving others and contributing to the world.
Siraj Ibn Wahhaj was not such a parent. Authorities in New Mexico have found eleven malnourished children in rags, at a derelict compound in the desert .
The makeshift compound, surrounded by tires, had no electricity or running water. Wahhaj though was heavily armed. Evidence suggests that he and another man, Lucas Morten, were training the children to conduct school shootings .
There were, also, three women present at the compound. Preliminary indications were that the women had been brainwashed.
The children, themselves, range in age from one to fifteen. What are thought to be the remains of Wahhaj’s four year old son were found buried nearby. Evidently, Wahhaj had believed the boy (who was physically and mentally handicapped) possessed by demons. Continue reading
Filed under Child Abuse, Child Molestation, Christianity, domestic abuse, Emotional Abuse, Justice, Law, Neglect, Physical Abuse, Religion, Sexual Abuse
“Unaccompanied minors” at south Texas border, Author US Customs and Border Protection (PD as work product of US Dept. of Homeland Security)
Levian Pacheco of Casa Kokopelli – one of eight federally funded private shelters Southwest Key operates in Arizona – has been accused of sexually molesting at least 8 migrant boys between the ages of 15 and 17 at that facility .
Fernando Negrete, also employed by Southwest Key, has meanwhile been charged with groping a 14 year old migrant girl .
The Arizona Dept. of Health has cited Casa Kokopelli for failure to complete background checks on employees. Yet, Southwest Key has received over $1 billion in funds for its shelters.
Police nationwide have responded to hundreds of calls reporting sex crimes against immigrant children held by the government at shelters.
Tragically, this is not the only situation in which illegal immigrants are vulnerable to exploitation. Fleeing poverty and violence, an estimated 17,000 to 19,000 immigrants are trafficked into the United States each year . Continue reading
Filed under Abuse of Power, Child Abuse, Child Molestation, Christianity, Emotional Abuse, Politics, Poverty, Prostitution, Rape, Religion, Sexual Abuse, Sexual Assault, Slavery