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MSM is complicit with Pedos. Their silence is deafening:
 

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BREAKING: Cheer star Jerry Harris is jailed for 12 years after pleading guilty to soliciting sex from underage boys at cheerleading competitions​

  • The former star of popular Netflix docuseries 'Cheer' was sentenced yo 12 years inn jail for soliciting sex from minors at cheerleading competitions
  • Jerry Harris' plea comes after a two-year long federal child pornography case
  • Harris, who quickly rose to fame in season one of the Netflix series, entered in the guilty plea for two charges - receiving child porn using interstate commerce
  • He also plead guilty to a charge of traveling over state lines with intent to illicit sexual conduct with a minor
  • The actor, 22, was 19 years old at the time he was arrested in Illinois on child pornography charges in September 2020
  • The alleged victims were 13 at the time, according to the criminal complaint
  • Prosecutors accused Harris of using his position within the cheerleading community to lure and groom minors for sex or to send him graphic videos
  • Harris is being held without bond in Chicago's downtown Metropolitan Correctional Center, records show
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U.S. Marshals capture more than 1,500 fugitives in 10 cities​

U.S. Marshals targeted ten cities in partnership with state and local officials

The U.S. Marshals Service announced the arrests of 1,500 fugitives, including sex offenders, violent criminals, and self-identified gang members, in a 30-day operation across 10 cities.

The Department of Justice said in a press release Wednesday that Operation North Star was a "high-impact fugitive apprehension initiative aimed at combating violent crime in 10 cities with a significant number of homicides and shootings."

Law enforcement arrested fugitives in Baltimore, Chicago, Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, Memphis, New Orleans, New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C., all Democrat-run cities.

The DOJ said that many of those arrested were "wanted for the most serious, violent, and harmful offenses, including homicide, sexual assault, robbery, or aggravated assault." This includes 230 who were wanted for homicide and 131 who were wanted for sexual assault.

"The Justice Department is committed to doing everything we can to protect our communities from violent crime and end the plague of gun violence," Attorney General Merrick B. Garland noted.

"Operation North Star was focused on areas where local law enforcement has seen a large number of homicides and shootings. By partnering with our local and state partners, we are able to hone in on the most dangerous criminals who cause the most harm. I am very proud to lead an agency that is always willing and ready to do the work necessary to quell the violence affecting so many of our cities," U.S. Marshals Service Director Ronald Davis said.

Notable arrests from the operation include three suspects in a mass shooting last month in Philadelphia.

 

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Netflix’s ‘Cheer’ Star, Biden Campaign Surrogate, Jerry Harris Sentenced to 12 Years for Child Pornography​

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BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA - FEBRUARY 09: Jerry Harris (R) attends the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party hosted by Radhika Jones at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on February 09, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)
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Netflix’s Cheer star and former Joe Biden presidential campaign surrogate Jerry Harris was sentenced to 12 years in federal prison in his child pornography case.
Harris will also be required to register as a sex offender for life, and pay a $55,000 fine, according to a report by WIVB 4, which added that the former Netflix star is facing eight years of supervised release after his prison term.
Harris held an Instagram chat with Joe Biden mere weeks before he became the center of an FBI investigation into sex solicitation.
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In 2020, Harris was arrested on production of child pornography charges after he was accused of soliciting sex from minors, and pressuring 14-year-old boys to send him phonographic photos and videos.
An affidavit further stated that one of underage teens reported having “one in-person encounter” with Harris, and that the Netflix star “solicited oral sex” the minor, “in a bathroom at a cheerleading event.”
In February, the former Cheer star pled guilty in a deal to one count of receipt of child pornography and another of traveling with intent to engage in illicit sexual conduct.
At the time, prosecutors said that if the case had gone to trial, their evidence would show that in the summer of 2020, Harris communicated with a minor — whom he knew was under the age of 18 — via Snapchat, where he repeatedly asked for photos of a sexual nature.
As for the second charge, Harris had traveled from Dallas, Texas, to Orlando, Florida, in May 2019 intending to engage in sexual conduct with a 15-year-old, whom he asked to meet in a public bathroom.

Oprah Winfrey speaks with the stars of Netflix’s Cheers, (L-R) Monica Aldama, Jerry Harris, Gaby Butter, Lexi Brumback, TT Baker and Dillion Brandt during Oprah’s 2020 Vision: Your Life in Focus Tour presented by WW (Weight Watchers Reimagined) at American Airlines Center on February 15, 2020 in Dallas, Texas. (Photo by SUZANNE CORDEIRO/AFP via Getty Images)
Earlier this year, Harris’ defense team told Nexstar’s WGN that the criminal conduct “took place in the context of a competitive Cheer Community where inappropriately sexualizing and sexually abusing children was far too common and too often overlooked.”
“Jerry was himself exploited, manipulated, and sexually abused as a child within the Cheer Community in a way that perversely made him believe that this sexual conduct was somehow normal when it was not,” the defense team added.
You can follow Alana Mastrangelo on Facebook and Twitter at @ARmastrangelo, and on Instagram.
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Award-Winning Drag Queen, LGBTQ Youth Adviser Charged With 25 Counts Of Child Pornography​

By Amanda Prestigiacomo

Jul 6, 2022 DailyWire.com

A drag queen performer and “LGBTQ+” youth adviser has been charged with 25 counts of child pornography, allegedly in possession of dozens of photos and videos of nude underaged boys, sometimes performing oral sex.

Brice Williams, who uses the drag name Anastasia Diamond, allegedly downloaded 49 photos and 25 videos of child pornography between May and December 2020, according to the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office.

Court documents say the sexually-explicit images “showed genitalia and boys performing oral sex” and were connected to Williams’ email address and phone number, FOX 43 reported.

PennLive/The Patriot-News, a news source serving Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, gushed over the now-charged drag queen last year for being a local activist who spreads “pride” all year long.

“Williams, who uses both masculine and feminine pronouns, is HIV medical case manager at Keystone Health Center in Chambersburg, but this month will join GLO Harrisburg, a center that offers a ‘safe space’ for LGBTQ+ youth of color. There, he’ll continue HIV/AIDS prevention and awareness work, while working with LGBTQ+ youth,” the outlet reported, adding that Williams was “living life with pride, and encouraging others to do the same, happens 365 days a year.”

The “safe space” LGBTQ+ youth program, which opened in November 2019, offers a “teen clinic” once a week “for ages 14 to 21, regardless of gender or sexual identity,” according to PennLive/The Patriot-News.

Moreover, Williams was reportedly awarded the 2020 Rising Star Award from the LGBTQ Center of Central Pa. for his activism, FOX 43 noted.

Popular Twitter account Libs of TikTok posted an apparent screenshot from Williams’ social media last month. Williams describes himself as “Black,” a “Queer American,” and a “Human Rights advocate.” The profile adds that he is a “Genderqueer Social Worker & Drag Queen.”

Libs of TikTok also included video of Williams performing in drag for what appears to be children.

 

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Sick FUQ. Shame it aint in the More Dead People thread especially for deliberately "performing" in front of children.
 

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CONSPIRACIES

European Royals Killing Naked Children For Fun At Human Hunting Parties​

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This is one in a series of articles taken from eyewitness testimony before the International Common Law Court of Justice in Brussels. Five international judges are examining evidence of child rape, torture, murder and kidnapping allegedly done by global elite members of the Ninth Circle Satanic Child Sacrifice Cult network.

Regular Ninth Circle child sacrifices were said to take place in the catacombs of Catholic Cathedrals, the Vatican, on private estates and groves and government military bases in Belgium, Holland, Spain, Australia, Ireland, France, England and the US. At least 34 child mass grave sites were identified in Ireland, Spain and Canada – and refused excavation by the respective governments, Crown of England and Catholic Church. Named as present in Ninth Circle activities were Pope Francis, former Pope Ratzinger; Anglican, United Church of Canada and Catholic Church officials including Cardinals; members of European royalty including Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip; officials of the Canadian, Australian, UK and US military and governments including the USA’s CIA, plus prominent government ministers, judges, politicians and businessmen from the US, Belgium, Holland, Canada, Australia, France, Ireland and the UK.

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Teens were drugged, stripped naked, raped, hunted down in the woods and killed by European royals according to this week’s latest eyewitness to testify before the International Common Law Court of Justice in Brussels. The woman was the fourth eyewitness to give accounts about these human hunting parties of the global elite Ninth Circle Satanic Child Sacrifice Cult network. A former member of the Netherlands criminal drug syndicate known as Octopus testified that victims were obtained for these human hunting parties from juvenile detention centers in Belgium and Holland.

“In 2004 I was an involuntary witness to torture, rape and murder sessions of drugged children performed for a group of high ranked people of the Netherlands” stated a woman. “I was taken to a hunting party in Belgium close to Brussels where I saw two boys and a girl ages 14 to 16, hunted and killed by global elites. The human hunting party was heavily guarded by the Netherlands Royal Guards. I was told that King Albert of Belgium was present.”

Four eyewitnesses confirmed that as children and youths they were forced to attend human hunting parties where they and other children were raped, with some killed, and deceased boy’s penises were cut off. Allegedly there was a Dutch countryside palace where boys’ penises were displayed like trophies on a wall. Some hunting parties were hosted on the grounds of Belgium Queen Beatrix’s Palace.

Dutch therapist Toos Nijenhuis claimed that as a four year-old she was forced to witness murders of children that involved former Pope Ratzinger, a Dutch Catholic Cardinal, plus the father of Netherlands Belgium Queen Beatrix and Bilderberger Founder, Dutch Crown Prince Alfrink Bernhard. “I saw the former Pope Joseph Ratzinger murder a little girl″ another witness confirmed. “It was at a French chateau in the fall of 1987. It was ugly, horrible and didn’t happen just once. Ratzinger and Bernhard were some of the more prominent men who took part.”

In Ireland, Spain and Canada 34 child mass grave sites were discovered and appeared linked to Ninth Circle activities. The largest was the Mohawk Indian Residential School in Brantford Ontario where child remains were identified in 2008 before the Catholic Church, Canadian government and English Crown shut down the dig by professional archeologists. The 2013 ICLCJ Court had found Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip guilty for the Oct. 10 1964 disappearance of ten native children from the Catholic residential school in Kamloops British Columbia. In the first two weeks of the 2014 court witnesses identified Dutch and Belgian royal participants in the rape and killing of Mohawk children and newborns. Named were Bernhard and King Hendrick, consort to Queen Wilhelmina of Holland.

Alleged to be present during the human hunting parties were the late Prince Johan Friso and his wife Mabel Wisse Smit, former ministers, the top man of the Dutch army, the under secretary of the Raad Van State in the Netherlands, the Vice-Roy next to Queen Beatrix and other global business and political leaders including some from the US. “Surely the present King Willem Alexander and King Filip and their wives know about this abuse and murder of children” said one eyewitness.”They do nothing about it and likely are the ones to stop investigations and prosecutions.”

In January 2014 the brother of the king of Holland Prince Johan Friso passed away in a coma after these three Dutch-language websites shown here reached the internet. The websites revealed that Friso was at the human hunting and killing parties.”The story came on the internet after years of trying to move the policy and justice department in the Netherlands to act against the criminals,” an eyewitness said. “Nobody did anything to stop these criminals, probably because Queen Beatrix and King Albert likely interfered with the investigations.”

Human hunting parties were said to take place on the grounds of Belgium Queen Beatrix’s Palace in the Netherlands. Two witnesses have named former Pope Joseph Ratzinger and Queen Beatrix’s father the deceased Prince Alfrink Bernhard, as being present at child sacrifices. Both were said to be Nazi sympathizers.

The ICLCJ Court received a collection of Jesuit archival records about a child sacrificial cult known as the Knights of Darkness. In 1933 the Knights were established by the Catholic Jesuits and Nazi Waffen S.S. Division. The records showed Ratzinger was identified as a member of the Knights while working as an S.S. Chaplain’s assistant at the Ravensbruck Concentration Camp in Germany. The records also stated that Ratzinger participated in child sacrificial rites using kidnapped children from the camps or political prisoners.

Another court document called the Magisterial Privilege indicated child sacrifice was a regular occurrence at the Vatican. At the tender age of 12 “Svali” of San Diego County California claimed she was brought to catacombs beneath the Vatican to witness the sacrifice of a three year-old drugged boy. In this video her interviewer said that 24 years prior a “Maria” told him she witnessed another satanic child sacrifice rite in the same Vatican Catacombs.

Last week an Irish police investigator reported to the ICLCJ Court that the close to 800 babies buried in a Catholic Nun’s septic tank were dismembered, decapitated and in bits and pieces – signs that they could have been murdered in Satanic child sacrifice rites. In the last two months the ICLCJ Court has heard these heart-wrenching testimonies about the rape, torture and murder of children as recently as 2010 by Catholic leaders, European royal family members and other global elites. Murder sites of the Ninth Circle Satanic Child Sacrifice Cult were said to be in the catacombs of Catholic Cathedrals including the Vatican and on private estates, military establishments and groves in Belgium, Holland, Spain, Australia, France, England and the US.

The ICLCJ Court has been overwhelmed with newly discovered evidence and a number of new witnesses coming forward to testify about Ninth Circle Satanic Child Sacrifice Cult activities. They have uncovered Ninth Circle Satanic Cult member possible involvement in international child sacrifice, kidnapping, exploitation and drug rings. The five international judges and 27 jury members were expected to remain in session for at least a year due to the complexity of the cases.

Amnesty has been offered to citizens or employees of the Vatican, Crown of England, churches or governments willing to give sworn testimony or evidence that leads to the prosecution of these global elites suspected of committing crimes. Rewards up to 10,000 euros or around 13,660 dollars was available through the ICLCJ court.

The ICLCJ Court had over 450 Common Law Peace Officers in 13 countries, with 51 local chartered groups operating. Local organizing funds were available for common law groups that applied through the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State. To contact officers of the court or ITCCS Field Secretary Kevin Annett, email or call: itccscentral@gmail.com, info@iclcj.com, admin@iclcj.com, hiddenfromhistory1@gmail.com, 250-591-4573 (Canada), or 386-323-5774 (USA)
 

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That is one I truly cannot bring myself to believe. It is something that MUST not be so.
 

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That is one I truly cannot bring myself to believe. It is something that MUST not be so.
But there sure is a lot of smoke....... so fire can't be far off.
 

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There were 'stories' back in the Q days that this was rumored to have happened.
 

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That is one I truly cannot bring myself to believe. It is something that MUST not be so.
Published in 2014, Any conviction or verdict would have been out in the public record by now.
 

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Yup. Your memory is correct. But Goldbrix puts the lid onnit, no error.

Eight years ago... Definitely WAY before Q...
 

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That is one I truly cannot bring myself to believe. It is something that MUST not be so.
Remember how many movies have been about this over the years. Maybe not children but hunting people on an island type of thing. Ultimate trophy type of thing.
 

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Remember how many movies have been about this over the years. Maybe not children but hunting people on an island type of thing. Ultimate trophy type of thing.
That is just an indicator of how many Sic Fuqs are in Hollywood. Those movies draw just enough other Sic Fuqs to make another cheap-ass version of the same genre. IMO
 

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Yup. Your memory is correct. But Goldbrix puts the lid onnit, no error.

Eight years ago... Definitely WAY before Q...
Oh yes, 'WAY before'... but Q exposed it (first I recall hearing of it)...

Published in 2014, Any conviction or verdict would have been out in the public record by now.
Unless you controlled the courts.

Remember England's Jimmy Savile? Celebrated and hobnobbed with Royalty while he was living and only after his death did we learn he was diddling every kid he came in contact with and not in a nice way.

You would think someone would have sued him for it during his 84 year life.... crickets.
 

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You would think someone would have sued him for it during his 84 year life.... crickets.
Victims could have sued his estate.
At least here in the US. IDK about British Law.
 

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He was one of the nation's most revered gay cops. His arrest changed everything.​

Jessica Contrera, The Washington Post
July 7, 2022

He had cinched cuffs around hundreds of wrists as a Washington, D.C., police officer, but now Brett Parson's own hands were being placed behind his back.

"So I'll let you know guys, right now, that until I talk to an attorney, I won't talk to anybody," Parson said.

The police in Boca Raton, Fla., guided him toward their cruiser as their body cameras recorded the encounter.

"I think I know exactly what it's about. It's a brand-new warrant, right?" Parson guessed. "Brand-new? Issued probably this morning?"

"Yep," answered one officer. They were outside the condo where Parson's parents lived. He'd been staying with them to help his father recover from a surgery.

On this February morning, he'd taken the trash out, not knowing detectives were waiting for him outside. They asked for the keys to his father's red convertible. They asked him to turn over his phone.

Parson, 53, instructed them not to search anything without a warrant.

"I know what it is you're looking for," he said.

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Police Lt. Brett Parson speaks during a meeting of Washington, D.C.'s Hate Bias Task Force in 2019.
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Police Lt. Brett Parson speaks during a meeting of Washington, D.C.'s Hate Bias Task Force in 2019.Washington Post photo by Michael E. Miller.
Brett Parson, right, walks into a funeral beside then-Washington, D.C., Police Chief Charles Ramsey, in 2005.


Around 12:30 a.m. the night before, Parson had been pulled over by officers from Coconut Creek, who'd seen him driving the red convertible near a quiet office park 20 minutes away. Police reported they watched as the convertible followed a gray sedan into a parking lot. Both cars made a U-turn and returned to the road. The gray sedan then pulled into a fenced-off area with an empty field and a Comcast tower. The gate, which should have been locked, was open. What were these drivers doing there in the middle of the night? The officers stopped both cars.

Parson told them they were mistaken. He wasn't following the gray sedan. He was just lost and looking for Interstate 95.

"I'm a cop from D.C.," he said. In reality, he had been retired and only a reserve officer for two years.

They let him drive away. Then they went to talk to the driver of the gray sedan.

The window rolled down to reveal a thin White boy. He said he had pulled over to text a friend. The officer told the boy he didn't believe him. In his report, he described what the teenager - who turned out to be 16 - did next.

"He dropped his head, took a deep breath, and stated he met the guy who was following behind him online and they were meeting to 'hook up.' "

The teenager began to tell the officers the story he would repeat at least three times that night, including at the sexual assault treatment center where he was taken after his parents were called.

He'd met Parson on Growlr, a dating app for gay men that requires users to be 18. He'd lied about his birthday to use the app, claiming he was 18. He said he and Parson exchanged oral sex in the parking lot of a day care.

He said he knew Parson used to be a police officer.

What he didn't know was that Parson was not just any police officer. The man who had just driven away was known nationally and internationally as a pioneer of gay rights in policing.

In the nation's capital, Parson built an award-winning liaison unit that investigated hate crimes, befriended advocates and marched in Pride parades, slowly revolutionizing the relationship between the police and the city's LGBTQ community. People saw him everywhere: dance clubs and book clubs, hospital bedsides and funeral homes, early-morning court hearings and late-night domestic disputes.

The city's 2019 guide to Pride called Parson a "living legend." The Department of Justice, the State Department, Amnesty International, the Southern Poverty Law Center and other police departments relied on his expertise.

Now, he was going to jail. The warrant for his arrest listed two counts of unlawful sexual activity. If convicted, he could face a prison sentence and a lifetime as a registered sex offender. Under Florida law, claiming to be misled about the age of a victim cannot be used as a legal defense.

Parson's arrest stunned the legions of people who admired him, leaving them with questions about what exactly happened in Florida and whether it represented some sort of mistake or a serious betrayal.

Months later, they are still without answers. The case, which depends largely on the involvement of a 16-year-old identified only by his initials, is moving slowly. It will be months, and possibly years, before a judge or jury determines Parson's fate.

While the former lieutenant waits for his future to be decided, those who put their trust in him for so long are revisiting his past. This story is based on public records and interviews with more than three dozen people whose lives and work Parson influenced during his 26-year career. They are grappling with the person they thought they knew - and the power he wielded for so long.

Parson, who has pleaded not guilty to the charges, did not respond to repeated interview requests.

On the morning of his Feb. 12 arrest, Parson frequently reminded the officers taking him into custody that he, too, was a cop. He commented on their equipment, mentioned he was scheduled to teach at the FBI National Academy, mused about what his approach to this kind of warrant would be and joked about his own history of stuffing large men into cramped back seats.

"With all due - we know who you are, sir," an officer informed him. "Your credentials don't matter. . . . It's nothing to do with how this is being handled."

"I understand," Parson said. He thanked them for being caring.

They confiscated his loaded Glock 26, explained to his parents what was happening and slammed the cruiser door.

"F---," Parson said, "It's weird being on this side."

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Parson's reputation as a gay hero began with a scandal. In Washington, D.C., in the late 1990s, while Parson was building a career in narcotics investigations, another officer was stationing himself outside a gay club in Southeast Washington. He was watching for men leaving the club who were wearing wedding rings or getting into cars with baby seats. He wrote down their license plates, found their contact information and called them. Pay $10,000, he said, or he'd expose them to their wives and employers.

The scheme was known as "fairy shaking."

It eventually led to an FBI investigation, a nearly two-year prison sentence for the officer and the resignation of the chief of police.

To those in the LGBTQ community, the extortion was just the latest example of mistreatment by a police force with a decades-long history of targeting vulnerable queer people.

"There was an overall mistrust," remembers Peter Newsham, who later became police chief. "There was a feeling that they couldn't call the police and ensure that the police officer who came to the door was going to treat them with dignity."

The chief installed after the scandal, Charles Ramsey, saw a solution to that problem: bolstering and broadening a newly formed Gay and Lesbian Liaison Unit.

Parson, then in his early 30s, had been openly gay since he joined the force. He'd grown up in the area and, after working as a National Hockey League referee, became a police officer in 1994.

He didn't want the job as head of the unit. But Ramsey, as Parson told the story, didn't give him a choice.

"I was wearing plain clothes, driving an undercover car, growing my hair out, wearing my gun on my ankle, jumping out on felony drug dealers, and flipping them for homicide cases. It was the assignment of a lifetime," Parson later told the Community Policing Dispatch newsletter. "I was really, really afraid that my reputation was going to change from being a good cop who happened to be gay, to being a gay cop that used to be a good cop."

Instead, he became renowned for professionalizing the unit, balancing a law-and-order approach with what was then a relatively new idea: true community policing. Rather than raid gay clubs, Parson and the five to 15 members of his unit would announce themselves over the loudspeaker, then walk around, introduce themselves and pass out refrigerator magnets with their phone number on it. The number was the workaround for those in the community who needed help, but worried about the repercussions of calling 911: a gay man experiencing domestic abuse from his partner or a transgender woman wanting to report a hate crime.

"Nowadays, it's not appreciated how groundbreaking and innovative it was," said Kurt Vorndran, who served on the Washington, D.C., Police Complaints Board for 15 years. "Those of us who were advocates at the time, we were blown away. And Brett, his personality, his skill and his professionalism was a major factor in all of this."

Within three years of Parson's being put in charge, the unit won a distinguished service award from the city's Gay and Lesbian Activists Alliance, an organization formed in part to protest discrimination by law enforcement. LGBTQ rights pioneer Frank Kameny, who became a national icon after he was fired from his job for his sexuality, handed the award to Parson.

"No longer are the police our enemy," Kameny declared.

In time, the unit and the LGBTQ community worked in tandem to aid the department in solving crimes, including the murders of several transgender women in the city.

"[Brett] would call me, you know, I don't care what time of morning it was," remembers Earline Budd, a longtime advocate for the city's transgender and sex worker communities. "He would wake me up and he would say, Ms. Budd, we are on the scene of a double homicide."

Budd would help identify the victims, then see Parson at every memorial and funeral that followed, and every community meeting about stopping the next act of violence. Though Parson did stints elsewhere in the department, he returned again and again to what was renamed the LGBTQ Liaison Unit, eventually overseeing the department's entire Special Liaison Branch. He trained recruits, retrained old-timers and consulted with departments across the country trying to replicate what he had built.

"He made me feel safe," said Kisha Allure, who works in victims services at Casa Ruby, an LGBTQ support center in the city.

But she knew that wasn't true for everyone.

When Parson walked into a support group unannounced, she saw the uneasiness in the eyes of transgender women, especially women of color, meeting him for the first time.

He looked to many like a TV version of a cop: White and male, big and burly, always armed and always in uniform. Parson boasted that, on a police force with few openly gay cops, his imposing figure earned him respect.

"I'm 6 foot, I weigh about 295 pounds, I have experience in professional athletics and ice hockey - there aren't a lot of people lining up to f--- with me," he told a podcast interviewer in 2021.

What some took as Parson being direct and authoritative, others saw as arrogant and aggressive.

"He exerted his power. In some cases, he used it to stop hate, harm and death in our community, even when it wasn't popular to do so," said June Crenshaw, director of the Wanda Alston Foundation. "But it's hard to turn that power off."

Parson was furious in 2017 when, following protests of police participation in the city's annual Pride parade, the LGBTQ Liaison Unit was asked not to march. He became so heated during a meeting with organizers that Sheila Alexander-Reid, the mayor's director of LGBTQ affairs, had to calm him down.

"He was hurt that his own community would have the nerve to ask him not to be a part of the parade after all he had done," Alexander-Reid remembered.

Parson reluctantly agreed to a compromise: He and his officers would wear Washington, D.C., police polos instead of full uniforms. But by 2019, he was ignoring the new policy, marching again in uniform down the parade route. That same week, when other members of his unit were asked to leave a Latinx Pride event, Parson returned with them 30 minutes later. He took the microphone and made a speech.

"He just walked up the church aisle, armed, this [cisgender] White man, all upset because somebody told his people not to be there," remembered Nancy Cañas, who organized the event.

Some of Parson's fellow officers, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to the media, said they were aware of concerns about his behavior.

An investigative report from the Office of Police Complaints describes a night in 2006 when Parson was monitoring an often-busy city street. A cabdriver did not properly pull over to the curb. Parson's solution: open the door, grab the driver by his shirt and rip him out of the vehicle. Parson took the taxi and drove it down the street.

"You can't do that," the cab's stranded passengers told him. According to the complaint, Parson replied, "Shut the f--- up, b----, you don't know what you're talking about!"

Parson denied using foul language. But when asked by investigators about removing the driver from his cab, Parson replied that he had done this on "hundreds of occasions."

The investigator found that Parson had engaged in harassment and use of excessive or unnecessary force. His punishment, a city police spokesman said, was a letter in his personnel file.

On another night two years later, Parson stopped by the nightclub Town Danceboutique, where dozens of people were in line to get into what was advertised as "D.C.'s biggest Pride party." According to a deposition he gave after he was sued for his behavior that night, he was planning to pass out magnets. Instead, he chased down a woman who appeared to be putting something in her mouth. Once he stopped her and her friends, he saw a young White man walking away from the same area.

"Hey partner, come with me for a second," Parson said, according to his 2009 deposition.

"What did I do?" the man replied as he kept walking.

Parson grabbed his arm. The man yanked it away. Parson grabbed him harder, turned and threw him through a plate-glass window.

Parson's explanation was that he was trying to pin the man up against a brick wall, and missed. The man, who declined to comment because he did not want to revisit that night, was crouched in the fetal position. He was covered in shattered glass and bleeding from his head. Parson was still trying to put him in handcuffs.

"I'm yelling over and over again, 'Stop resisting, put your arms behind your back,' " Parson stated in the deposition. "The crowd is screaming at me. I can't hear him, but he's yelling and I, eventually, use my weight to, kind of, push my body weight down on top of him."

Parson charged the man with assaulting a police officer.

After a trip to the hospital and a night in jail, the charges were dropped. Records show the city settled the case for $17,500.

But whether Parson was disciplined for this incident - and whether there are other use-of-force incidents are on his record - remains unclear.

Washington, D.C., police officials declined to release Parson's disciplinary record or answer questions about it, citing the former lieutenant's right to privacy. The department terminated Parson from its reserve force after his arrest in Florida. A spokesman said Parson is not under investigation in Washington, and there is nothing in his record to suggest he had inappropriate contact with anyone in the city.

As Parson's use-of-force cases were handled by police internally, his profile outside the city grew. He hosted and attended international conferences for LGBTQ law enforcement. He starred in a Justice Department training video on how police should treat the transgender community. He traveled to Vietnam and the Philippines for the State Department.

Eventually, those familiar with his decision said, he realized he could make far more money outside the department than the $121,000 records show he was making annually as a lieutenant. Parson retired in February 2020 to start his own consulting firm.

In the wake of George Floyd's murder by a Minneapolis police officer, he began traveling around the country to train police on how to intervene when a fellow officer uses excessive force.

"We're not just policing others," Parson told NBC4. "We have to police ourselves."

- - -

The teen messaged Parson first.

"Hey," he wrote at 10:21 p.m., "how are you."

Parson's Growlr profile identified him as a 53-year-old in an open relationship. His job was listed as LEO, an acronym for law enforcement officer.

"I like younger," Parson's profile stated. "Just a regular guy looking for the same. Staying in Fort Lauderdale for the week."

According to screenshots of Parson's messages with the teenager obtained through public records requests, Parson replied that night:

"Good. U?"

The 16-year-old's profile listed his age as 18. It described him as 5-foot-7 and 140 pounds. From a list of words to describe himself, one he chose was "boy." The term is sometimes used by adults in the gay community who identify or present as youthful.

Parson and the teenager unlocked the app's "private media" feature, allowing them to see revealing pictures of each other. Though the boy's photos are not part of public records, he later told officers that they included pictures of his body and his face. In one explicit text message, Parson commented on how skinny he was.

"You know a place where we can meet that's not too far from you?" the 16-year-old asked Parson the next day. More texts followed:

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Parson: We could definitely meet up after work. if you wanted to
Teen: Where would we do it
Parson: I just brought dinner home to my parents. Let me get them fed, then we can chat
Teen: Ok
Teen: Any updates?
Parson: Why don't we meet someplace after your work. We can chat. See if we click. Then, figure out a plan from there. No pressure and no strings.

Teen: Sounds like a plan

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After a phone call between them, records show that the teen sent Parson the address of a Shell gas station. Around midnight, Parson pulled in driving his father's red convertible. Its front license plate said "LIFE'S A BEACH."

Looking for a more secluded place, the pair moved across the street to the parking lot of a day care.

Three hours later, at the county's sexual assault treatment center, the 16-year-old sat in a room intentionally painted in calming blues. He was handed a brochure that said, "A person 24 years of age or older . . . cannot receive consent from 16- and 17-year-old minors."

"Being the victim of a crime can be overwhelming," it read. "Your reactions are normal."

On his phone, there was a new text from Parson: "You ok?"

"Yeah I'm good," the teenager replied. "I'm home."

Then he started talking to a detective.

"It just kinda happened," the teenager said, according to a police transcript of the interview. "I don't really know how to explain it."

The officer asked if he kissed back.

"I consented," the boy said.

According to the transcript, the officer did not ask the teenager if Parson knew his real age.

Advocates who work with gay youth say it's common for teenagers to explore on dating apps that allow them to meet strangers, especially if they don't feel safe expressing themselves at home or in school.

Some vulnerable kids also use dating apps to seek out adults who will pay them, though minors cannot legally consent to being purchased for sex. The officer questioning this teenager did not ask whether money was exchanged.

The boy described how he and Parson gave each other oral sex, then decided to move to another location because they'd seen someone walking in the distance.

"Did you feel like you wanted to continue what you guys are doing?" the detective asked.

"No," the teen said. "I also didn't really feel like saying no either, but I didn't want to keep going."

"Okay," the detective said. "And then . . ."

"But I didn't show any signs either of like wanting to stop, so."

"Okay. Did, um, did you feel scared?"

"I felt uncomfortable," the boy said. "But I kinda went with it because I was already there."

He told the detective Parson did not threaten him. And though he never showed him his badge or his weapon, he knew that Parson used to be a cop.

"I just didn't stop for some reason," he said. "But I don't know why."

After 20 minutes, the interview ended. It was 3:50 a.m. The boy, with his father's permission, consented to give DNA to investigators. They had everything they needed to ask a judge for an arrest warrant.

- - -

Parson sat in a jail cell for nearly a week. He paid $5,000 to A Signature Only Bail Bonds, which insured the rest of his $50,000 bond. A judge ordered him to remain in Florida, stay away from all minors and live at his parents' Boca Raton condo while he awaited trial.

Meanwhile, his mug shot had hit the news.

"I kept saying no, no, no, not Brett," recalled Budd, who had helped Parson identify crime victims. "An underage young man? No."

On Twitter and in text messages, members of D.C.'s LGBTQ community quickly began taking sides. Many pointed out that while the age of consent in Florida is 18, in Washington, D.C., it's 16. Parson could not have been arrested for the same set of circumstances here.

"I don't think a life should be destroyed over one foolish event late one night, especially when the contact was made on a site where everyone is supposed to be a minimum of 18," said Rick Rosendall, former president of the Gay and Lesbian Activists Alliance.

Nothing about the police reports, some argued, indicated that Parson had intentionally sought out a minor.

"To me, there's no victim, there's no predator in this story," said transgender activist Taylor Lianne Chandler, who took to Twitter to defend Parson. "I can't fathom Brett risking his career for 20 minutes of fun."

Others were disgusted, saying it was not acceptable even if Parson thought the person he was meeting was 18.

"You're a police officer, you should know better," said Tamika Spellman, a transgender advocate who has conducted training sessions alongside Parson. "You should know the differences between a grown-up and a child."

Impossible to ignore was where the encounter happened: a state then on the verge of passing a bill to ban teachers from discussing sexual orientation and gender identity. Dubbed the "don't say gay" law by opponents, its supporters bandied about terms like "grooming" to create false links between homosexuality and child abuse, which is committed by people of all sexual orientations.

"Something like this just plays right into their narrative," said John Guggenmos, owner of several gay nightclubs in Washington, D.C., including Town Danceboutique, which closed in 2018. "To me, it makes all our community look bad."

Many who had crossed paths with Parson or invited him to speak at events said they feared that bringing any additional attention to his arrest could hurt LGBTQ progress.
But to those who put their trust in him again and again, the hurt was already done.

"For him to use his power to leave the scene, leaving this vulnerable youth to fend for himself, it's devastating," said Crenshaw, of the Wanda Alston Foundation.

Allure, at Casa Ruby, who'd said Parson made her feel safe, couldn't help thinking of how vulnerable she had been as a teenager.

"You're a leader. People look at you as a public figure. You have the nerve? The audacity? I can't. That's where I'm at," she said.

Alexander-Reid, who was Parson's counterpart in the mayor's office, said she's still waiting for some kind of explanation, maybe from Parson himself.

"If he's willing to be vulnerable and open as to what happened, I'm definitely open to listen," she said. "He's earned my respect. And if he's made mistakes? You know what, he's not the first one."

And then there were Parson's colleagues, officers who by training are inclined to believe that police in Florida are justified in the charges they filed.

Newsham, the former city police chief, compared the situation to how he felt as a Catholic to learn of abuse in the church. To those who believed in community policing, he said, Parson was as revered as a priest.

"The trust, I've got to tell you, it's definitely fractured," he said. "If it's completely broken remains to be seen."

- - -

On an overcast Saturday in June, Washington, D.C., staged its first full-fledged Pride parade since the pandemic began. The city and its people were draped in rainbows, jubilant to see the streets packed again.

On nearly every corner sat a city police cruiser and a few officers, assigned to monitor the event for safety.

"Capital Pride, are you ready?" an announcer called, and onto the parade route walked another group of officers.

They too, were in uniform, wearing bulletproof vests and carrying guns. But the words "METROPOLITAN POLICE" across some of their backs were written in rainbow.

Members of the LGBTQ Liaison Unit walked alongside employees of the mayor's office, shaking hands and posing for pictures. The officers were scheduled to stop by bars on U Street that night and run a tent at the Pride festival the next day - the kind of events where Parson was always a fixture.

He hadn't been seen in months. But two days before the parade, a judge granted Parson's request to leave Florida. As long as he reports to his probation officer by phone twice a week and Zooms into his court hearings, he has permission to spend the summer at his home in Provincetown, Mass. Come September, he told the court, he is planning to move back to Washington, D.C.

He will return to a city where he is no longer a member of the police reserve force. His many speaking engagements have been canceled. The program that teaches police to stop unnecessary force terminated his contract.

The officers he once led kept moving down the parade route. They handed out rainbow bracelets stamped with a phone number, the direct line to the unit. Anyone who needed their help could call.

Some people slipped the bracelets onto their wrists. Some left them behind on the pavement.
- - -
The Washington Post's Razzan Nakhlawi and Peter Hermann contributed to this report.

 

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US Marshals apprehend 13 sex offenders in Iowa wanted for crimes against children​

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  • Jul 9, 2022 Updated 7 hrs ago
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The US Marshals Northern Iowa Fugitive Task Force has been focused on apprehending Iowa's Most Wanted fugitive sex offenders.
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US Marshals apprehend 13 sex offenders in Iowa wanted for crimes against children


The U.S. Marshals Northern Iowa Fugitive Task Force has been conducting an initiative focused on apprehending Iowa's Most Wanted fugitive sex offenders, playing a unique role in efforts to combat child exploitation.
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The US Marshals Service has arrested 13 of the most wanted sex offenders in Iowa, authorities say.
All of the fugitives were non-compliant with Iowa's Sex Offender Registry, and seven had former convictions for "crimes against children under the age of 13," US Marshals said in a news release on Friday.
"Operation Most Wanted" was conducted by the US Marshals Northern Iowa Fugitive Task Force. Two guns, ammunition and drugs were seized, the release said.

Three new criminal cases were presented to the US Attorney's Office, US Marshals said.
"Much of the success of this operation can be attributed to the vigilant efforts of our community members," Supervisory Deputy US Marshal Phil Hartung said in the release. "Throughout this operation, tips were received through the Iowa Sex Offender Registry's tipline and through the United State Marshals tipline."
Cash rewards are being offered to those with information that leads directly to the arrest of sex offenders who are not in compliance with the Iowa Sex Offender Registry, which became law on July 1, 1995.

"Ensuring our community's safety is a continual effort, and our Deputy Marshals in Iowa will continue to track these offenders who are deliberately out of compliance," acting US Marshal for the District of Northern Iowa Chris Barther said in the statement.
"The Department of Justice's (DOJ) Project Safe Childhood relies upon the ongoing efforts and relationships between law enforcement agencies, nonprofit entities (including schools), advocacy organizations and many others to protect and defend children against sexual exploitation and abuse."
There are 49 sex offenders remaining on Iowa's Most Wanted.
 

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US Marshals apprehend 13 sex offenders in Iowa wanted for crimes against children​

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US Marshals apprehend 13 sex offenders in Iowa wanted for crimes against children


The U.S. Marshals Northern Iowa Fugitive Task Force has been conducting an initiative focused on apprehending Iowa's Most Wanted fugitive sex offenders, playing a unique role in efforts to combat child exploitation.
  • US Marshal Northern District of Iowa


The US Marshals Service has arrested 13 of the most wanted sex offenders in Iowa, authorities say.
All of the fugitives were non-compliant with Iowa's Sex Offender Registry, and seven had former convictions for "crimes against children under the age of 13," US Marshals said in a news release on Friday.
"Operation Most Wanted" was conducted by the US Marshals Northern Iowa Fugitive Task Force. Two guns, ammunition and drugs were seized, the release said.

Three new criminal cases were presented to the US Attorney's Office, US Marshals said.
"Much of the success of this operation can be attributed to the vigilant efforts of our community members," Supervisory Deputy US Marshal Phil Hartung said in the release. "Throughout this operation, tips were received through the Iowa Sex Offender Registry's tipline and through the United State Marshals tipline."
Cash rewards are being offered to those with information that leads directly to the arrest of sex offenders who are not in compliance with the Iowa Sex Offender Registry, which became law on July 1, 1995.

"Ensuring our community's safety is a continual effort, and our Deputy Marshals in Iowa will continue to track these offenders who are deliberately out of compliance," acting US Marshal for the District of Northern Iowa Chris Barther said in the statement.
"The Department of Justice's (DOJ) Project Safe Childhood relies upon the ongoing efforts and relationships between law enforcement agencies, nonprofit entities (including schools), advocacy organizations and many others to protect and defend children against sexual exploitation and abuse."
There are 49 sex offenders remaining on Iowa's Most Wanted.
A lot of mother's basements are getting cleared out. ;)
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Every PSI ,Pre-Sentence Investigation, I've read, The Family members' and social section starts with mom saying "He is such a good boy. ...." :bang head:
 
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So I just got off a stream and it looks like 4chan anons have cracked Hunter Biden’s iCloud account. That’s his phone, iPad, Mac’s, everything. Email, passwords, text messages, images. I’m seeing tons of stuff I’ve never seen publicly & I’m confident in saying it’s the real deal. Apparently Hunter’s search history included searches for “12 year old girls” on an x rated video site. Also Joe Biden’s personal phone number, it’s the motherload. FULL BACKUP OF EVERYTHING! It’s all coming out!

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Host at leftist Portland radio station arrested for trafficking and rape of Canadian child​

Following the disappearance of a Canadian child last month, a 40-year-old Portland-area man and radio host on the left-wing station, KBOO, has been arrested for child trafficking and child rape.

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Following the disappearance of a Canadian child last month, a 40-year-old Portland-area man and radio host on the left-wing station, KBOO, has been arrested for child trafficking and child rape.

Noah Whitefield Madrano, of Gladstone, Ore., allegedly kidnapped a 13-year-old girl from Edmonton, Alberta. She was reported missing by her family on June 24 after never showing up for school and was finally discovered in an Oregon City hotel room more than a week later by local police and agents with the FBI. Oregon City is about 12 miles south of Portland.

Madrano is currently being held on a $500,000 bond in Clackamas County, Ore. on felony charges of first-degree sexual abuse, second-degree rape and second-degree kidnapping.

Madrano used male, female and nonbinary pronouns and the monikers, “Bud Jackson,” “NoMad” and “Noah Zark.”

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Noah Whitefield Madrano in New York City in 2013

At a bail hearing last week, Clackamas County prosecutors said the girl was targeted and groomed "over the course of a year" before being kidnapped. They also accuse Madrano of making “threats to kill her and have sex with her dead corpse."

Until the publicity around Madrano’s arrest, he was a producer and co-host of the "Sub-Human Intellect Theater" (S.H.I.T.) monthly show at far-left self-described Antifa Portland radio station, KBOO-FM. The show’s other host is Karen Green, who has deleted all her social media accounts after the arrest of her co-host.

The Post Millennial can exclusively report that Madrano’s Twitter account has pro-pedophilia content.

One of Madrano’s last tweets reads, “I put my tiny c—k into little kid's hands & mouths to make it seem bigger than it really is.” The only tweet that his account liked on Twitter was written by another person and it reads, “Literally at this point just admit you think it's cool for people to rape little kids.” Additionally, the profile banner on the account appears to show a nude child.

There are only three followers on Madrano’s Twitter account and one of them is KBOO.

Following the disappearance of a Canadian child last month, a 40-year-old Portland-area man and radio host on the left-wing station, KBOO, has been arrested for child trafficking and child rape.

Noah Whitefield Madrano, of Gladstone, Ore., allegedly kidnapped a 13-year-old girl from Edmonton, Alberta. She was reported missing by her family on June 24 after never showing up for school and was finally discovered in an Oregon City hotel room more than a week later by local police and agents with the FBI. Oregon City is about 12 miles south of Portland.

Madrano is currently being held on a $500,000 bond in Clackamas County, Ore. on felony charges of first-degree sexual abuse, second-degree rape and second-degree kidnapping.

Madrano used male, female and nonbinary pronouns and the monikers, “Bud Jackson,” “NoMad” and “Noah Zark.”

Noah Whitefield Madrano in New York City in 2013
At a bail hearing last week, Clackamas County prosecutors said the girl was targeted and groomed "over the course of a year" before being kidnapped. They also accuse Madrano of making “threats to kill her and have sex with her dead corpse."


Until the publicity around Madrano’s arrest, he was a producer and co-host of the "Sub-Human Intellect Theater" (S.H.I.T.) monthly show at far-left self-described Antifa Portland radio station, KBOO-FM. The show’s other host is Karen Green, who has deleted all her social media accounts after the arrest of her co-host.

The Post Millennial can exclusively report that Madrano’s Twitter account has pro-pedophilia content.

One of Madrano’s last tweets reads, “I put my tiny c—k into little kid's hands & mouths to make it seem bigger than it really is.” The only tweet that his account liked on Twitter was written by another person and it reads, “Literally at this point just admit you think it's cool for people to rape little kids.” Additionally, the profile banner on the account appears to show a nude child.

There are only three followers on Madrano’s Twitter account and one of them is KBOO.

 

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With 16 federal spy agencies on the job, how is it even possible any of this shit is going on on the internet?
 

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I think you underestimate the drive of the slaves and the stupidity of hunter.......

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Arrest made in rape of Ohio girl that led to Indiana abortion drawing international attention​

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A Columbus man has been charged with impregnating a 10-year-old Ohio girl, whose travel to Indiana to seek an abortion led to international attention following the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v Wade and activation of Ohio's abortion law.

Gershon Fuentes, 27, whose last known address was an apartment on Columbus' Northwest Side, was arrested Tuesday after police say he confessed to raping the child on at least two occasions. He's since been charged with rape, a felony of the first degree in Ohio.

Columbus police were made aware of the girl's pregnancy through a referral by Franklin County Children Services that was made by her mother on June 22, Det. Jeffrey Huhn testified Wednesday morning at Fuentes' arraignment. On June 30, the girl underwent a medical abortion in Indianapolis, Huhn said.

Huhn also testified that DNA from the clinic in Indianapolis is being tested against samples from Fuentes, as well as the child's siblings, to confirm contribution to the aborted fetus.

10-year-old girl's abortion:Ohio AG Dave Yost cast doubt on 10-year-old rape victim case, now 'rejoices" at arrest

Franklin County Municipal Court Judge Cynthia Ebner said the case did not warrant Fuentes — who is believed to be undocumented — to be held without bond.

Ebner said a high bond was necessary, however, due to Fuentes being a possible flight risk and for the safety of the child involved. Before being arrested, Huhn and Det. David Phillips collected a saliva sample from Fuentes, according to a probable cause statement.

Ebner set a $2 million bond for Fuentes, who is being held in the Franklin County jail.

Charges confirm story that has become abortion debate flash point​

The criminal charges and testimony from the Columbus detective confirms the disturbing story that has become a key flash point in the national furor over the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

The Indianapolis Star, a Gannett sister paper of The Dispatch, first reported earlier this month that a 10-year-old rape victim traveled from Ohio to Indiana for abortion services after most abortions became illegal in her home state. The account was attributed to Dr. Caitlin Bernard, an Indianapolis physician who provides abortion services.

The story quickly went viral, appearing in outlets across the globe, and became a top talking point for abortion rights supporters, including President Joe Biden.

"Imagine being that little girl," Biden said Friday as he decried the high court’s decision. "I’m serious. Just imagine being that little girl."

But in recent days, some abortion opponents and news outlets criticized the story as unproven.

Story was questioned by Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost on Fox News​

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost also questioned the validity of the account during an appearance on Fox News this week.

Yost, a Republican, told Fox News host Jesse Watters that his office had not heard "a whisper" of a report being filed for the 10-year-old victim.

"We have regular contact with prosecutors and local police and sheriffs — not a whisper anywhere," Yost said on the show.

Yost doubled down on that in an interview with the USA TODAY Network Ohio bureau on Tuesday, saying that the more time passed before confirmation made it "more likely that this is a fabrication."

"I know the cops and prosecutors in this state," Yost said. "There's not one of them that wouldn't be turning over every rock, looking for this guy and they would have charged him. They wouldn't leave him loose on the streets ... I'm not saying it could not have happened. What I'm saying to you is there is not a damn scintilla of evidence."

On Wednesday, once news of the arraignment came, Yost issued a single sentence statement:

"We rejoice anytime a child rapist is taken off the streets."

Hearing details investigation, concerns about suspect​

During Wednesday’s hearing, Assistant Franklin County Prosecutor Dan Meyer requested Fuentes be held without bond. He said Fuentes is not believed to be in the country legally and there are questions about his identity.

Huhn testified that detectives spoke to Fuentes, through an interpreter, and Fuentes admitted to having sexual contact with the girl. An interpreter was also used during Wednesday's hearing.

The 10-year-old also told police Fuentes was the father of the pregnancy, Huhn testified. Meyer said the girl had just turned 10 recently, meaning she was likely impregnated at 9 years old.

Clark Torbett, an attorney with the Franklin County Public Defender’s office, said it was unconstitutional to hold Fuentes without bond, especially with DNA confirmation of the pregnancy’s father still pending.

He said Fuentes had lived in Columbus the last seven years and had a steady job at a café. He also had an address where he could live that was not at the same location as the 10-year-old.

If convicted, Fuentes would face a potential life sentence in prison.

Data shows frequency of reports of sexual abuse of children​

An analysis of Columbus police reports filed since May 9 found 50 reports of rape or sexual abuse involving a person 15 years or younger. That number of reports may also be underreported because of restrictions on public records related to reports initiated by mandated reporters. The report involving the 10-year-old girl falls into that category.

In 2020 there were 52 abortions in children 15 or younger in Ohio, accounting for .3% of the 20,605 abortions performed that year, according to the Ohio Department of Health. Data from the health department shows there were 63 such procedures in 2019, 54 in 2018, 61 in 2017 and 76 in 2016.

Data from 2021 is not yet available.

Dispatch reporters Laura Bischoff and Eric Lagatta contributed to this story.

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Twitter post was July 11, 2022

‘I’m A Pedophile’:Biden-Era USPS Chief in Mail-In Ballot Unit Arrested After Trying To Meet Teen Boy For Sex.

A high-level U.S. Postal Service official appointed under President Joe Biden was caught during a child sex sting, admitting “I’m a pedophile” on camera.

Russell Rappel-Schmid, the Chief Data Officer for the U.S. Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC), was caught in San Diego, California attempting to meet a 14-year-old boy for sex.

The PRC is responsible for overseeing the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) – which deals with mail-in ballots during election season – and Rappel-Schmid was tasked with running the commission’s data management and compliance with the OPEN Government Data Act.

While federal authorities have not yet confirmed the man in the video is Rappel-Schmid, the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department announced that Rappel-Schmid was released from the city’s Central Jail early Tuesday morning after being arrested on Monday. His felony arraignment is set for next Monday.

Rappel-Schmid was reportedly in San Diego for a business conference when he allegedly tried to meet what he thought was a 14-year-old boy for sex. The People vs Predators group filmed the encounter, and Rappel-Schmid can be seen admitting “I’m a pedophile.”

In response to the video and criminal charges, the PRC terminated Rappel-Schmid from his position.

“The Postal Regulatory Commission has become aware of the recent arrest of one of our employees. Upon becoming aware of this information, the Commission has terminated this employee effective immediately. The Commission is shocked and horrified at these serious allegations and maintains a steadfast commitment to promptly deal with any claims of employee misconduct.”

Rappel-Schmid’s profile has been removed from the agency’s website.

He joined the oversight body under President Joe Biden in May and previously served as the State of Alaska’s first chief data officer. Rappel-Schmid also worked at the USPS Office of Inspector General (USPS OIG) on the data analytics team and as an audit manager.

Twitter post was July 11, 2022

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JULY 13, 2022
Twitter post was July 11, 2022

‘I’m A Pedophile’:Biden-Era USPS Chief in Mail-In Ballot Unit Arrested After Trying To Meet Teen Boy For Sex.

A high-level U.S. Postal Service official appointed under President Joe Biden was caught during a child sex sting, admitting “I’m a pedophile” on camera.

Russell Rappel-Schmid, the Chief Data Officer for the U.S. Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC), was caught in San Diego, California attempting to meet a 14-year-old boy for sex.

The PRC is responsible for overseeing the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) – which deals with mail-in ballots during election season – and Rappel-Schmid was tasked with running the commission’s data management and compliance with the OPEN Government Data Act.

While federal authorities have not yet confirmed the man in the video is Rappel-Schmid, the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department announced that Rappel-Schmid was released from the city’s Central Jail early Tuesday morning after being arrested on Monday. His felony arraignment is set for next Monday.

Rappel-Schmid was reportedly in San Diego for a business conference when he allegedly tried to meet what he thought was a 14-year-old boy for sex. The People vs Predators group filmed the encounter, and Rappel-Schmid can be seen admitting “I’m a pedophile.”

In response to the video and criminal charges, the PRC terminated Rappel-Schmid from his position.

“The Postal Regulatory Commission has become aware of the recent arrest of one of our employees. Upon becoming aware of this information, the Commission has terminated this employee effective immediately. The Commission is shocked and horrified at these serious allegations and maintains a steadfast commitment to promptly deal with any claims of employee misconduct.”

Rappel-Schmid’s profile has been removed from the agency’s website.

He joined the oversight body under President Joe Biden in May and previously served as the State of Alaska’s first chief data officer. Rappel-Schmid also worked at the USPS Office of Inspector General (USPS OIG) on the data analytics team and as an audit manager.

Twitter post was July 11, 2022

https://thenationalpulse.com/2022/07/13/top-usps-official-arrested-for-trying-to-meet-teen-boy-for-sex/
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