Five-year-old Jocelyn Rojas was abducted by a stranger while playing in her Grandmother’s front yard. The suspect lured Jocelyn near his car with the promise of ice cream, then grabbed her by the neck and shoved her into his vehicle.
Temar and Chris, both 15 at the time of the incident, had been spending the day hanging out together when they heard the news that Jocelyn had been taken in their neighborhood. The duo hopped on their bikes and joined the search for the little girl.
More than 100 first responders were spread throughout the neighborhood, blocking off streets and using canine units to try and locate the girl, but Temar and Chris broke away from the rest of the group to cover more ground.
Temar and Chris spotted a maroon car that seemed to be avoiding police officers and roadblocks. The brave boys decided to give chase and followed the suspicious vehicle everywhere it went.
They did not tire, and soon they had a chance to get a closer look.
Temar pulled up next to the driver at one point and realized something was indeed wrong. A look at his demeanor and appearance told him that there was a very high chance the man was the kidnapper. So Temar locked eyes with him and said “I see you.” The bold act of confrontation shook the criminal.
That was when the man pushed the kidnapped little girl out of his car and sped away. A true miracle instigated by a bold young man.
“She ran to my arms and said, ‘I need to see my mommy,’” Temar said.
Thanks to the descriptions of the captor they gave police the man was arrested one day later. The heroic actions of two teenage boys certainly saved little Jocelyn’s life. They risked their own necks to rescue a little girl they’d never met, and we are so glad that they did.
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In Chicago, a 6-year-old girl named Madisyn Moore got handcuffed and punished near the school staircase – all for just stealing one piece of candy. Madisyn was tattled on by a few children at Fernwood Elementary School, who told a security guard that she had stolen a piece of candy.
The security guard started to become furious, and grabbed Madisyn once he found her – all the while saying that “he was going to teach her a f—king lesson”. This has led to Madisyn’s mother, Marlena Wordlaw to file a lawsuit in response to this incident against the Chicago Board of Education and the security guard.
Marlena reasoned that Madisyn’s lunchbox had already contained the candy. The family attorney, Jeffery Granich stated that Divelle Yarbrough’s punishment method caused Madisyn great emotional trauma and distress. The Board fired the security guard, and labelled him as a ‘do not hire’ employee. Despite this incident, no police charges were filed against Divelle.
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Madisyn’s mother is now reportedly on the lookout for another school for her daughter.
An Oklahoma couple and three grandparents stand accused in a child neglect case that is among the worst that local law enforcement officials have ever seen.
Aislyn Miller, 24, and Kevin Fowler, 25, were arrested in December on five counts each of child neglect, reports the Daily Mail.
The parents were taken into custody after their 9-month-old twins were hospitalized for severe malnourishment. The twin girls together reportedly had the weight of only one healthy baby, and also were afflicted with severe diaper rash and infected wounds.
Owasso police were first alerted by the city’s urgent care center, which reported suspected abuse based on the children’s condition.
A nurse there said maggots were present in one of the infant’s genitals, reports KJRH. Feces were found in one of the child’s ears.
Miller blamed the condition of her children on lack of parental experience. She also told police that she didn’t have health insurance and, therefore, neither child had been to a doctor since birth, reports Tulsa World.
Three of the children’s grandparents — Rita Fowler, 65, Johnny Miller, 47, and Cathey Miller, 54 — were later arrested and charged with permitting child neglect, a felony, and failing to report child neglect, a misdemeanor.
In mid-December, the twin girls and their two older siblings were reportedly removed from their parents’ house and placed in the custody of the Department of Human Services.
During March 20 preliminary hearing, DHS investigator Kristi Simpson described the babies’ condition when hospitalized as “shocking and heinous.”
Dr. Michael Baxter testified before the Tulsa County District Court that the children were severely underweight for their ages, and also suffered from stunted development.
A police detective testified that the maternal grandmother, Rita Fowler, had seen the children a month before their hospitalization and should have known they needed medical help but failed to act, citing that as the reason for her arrest.
Rita’s attorney argued to the contrary and said that there was no evidence that she had willfully ignored her granddaughters’ condition.
Aislyn, Kevin, and Rita are due back in court on March 28 for arraignment.
Grandparents Johnny and Cathey are scheduled to go before a judge on March 29 for their preliminary hearing.
The Children’s Bureau of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services defines neglect as “the failure of a parent or other person with responsibility for the child to provide needed food, clothing, shelter, medical care, or supervision to the degree that the child’s health, safety, and well-being are threatened with harm.”
The agency also provides the most recent statistics: “More than 538,000 children were neglected in 2010, accounting for about 78 percent of all unique victims of child maltreatment. In addition, neglect was either the sole cause or one of the contributors to over 68 percent of the 1,560 child maltreatment-related deaths in 2010.”
An unemployed British mother of five and anti-World War I activist twice urinated on a veterans memorial, upsetting many.
In April 2016, police arrested 42-year-old Kelly Martin for urinating on the memorials of British World War I soldiers in public, reports AWM.
Despite getting in trouble the first time, Martin did the same thing to the same monument in June, while she was out on bail. She assaulted a paramedic who came to remove her from the memorial in Grays, Essex, England.
“The officer described her has having a beer in her hand and struggling to pull her [pants] up, the officer then said he was disgusted and shocked to his core that someone could be so offensive,” prosecutor Juliet Dobson said of one the incidents, The Independent reports.
Judge John Lodge accused Martin of “outraging public decency,” sentencing her to seven months in jail.
“Each of these offenses is so serious that only a custodial sentence is appropriate,” Lodge said to Martin at her second court case.
“What makes your case particularly bad is having been caught doing it one time, when the nation was commemorating the worst battle of the First World War you were caught doing it again in the middle of the day,” he added.
As she was escorted out of the room, Martin said, “F*** this!” to the judge.
Many on social media expressed their outrage over the incident.
“You have no idea how offensive you are!” wrote one woman on AWM’s Facebook page. “I hope you lose a lot!!!!! I don’t care which country you are in….people died so you could have the life you have today.”
Others offered their opinions on alternative punishments she should suffer.
“Only 7 months?” one person commented. “Why not more for her cussing at the judge? She should also be required to clean every monument related to veterans.”
“She needs to pay for damage and clean the monument,” agreed another. “Community service which includes helping veterans ..lose her welfare. 7 months isn’t long enough unless they add 5 years of probation and counseling.”
Sources: AWM, The Independent, AWM/Facebook / Photo credit: Myrabella/Wikimedia Commons
If you were a doctor and a patient came in to you telling you that she was being “tracked,” you would probably tell her to cut back on the caffeine and stop listening to Alex Jones.
However, in this case, the patient wasn’t just a paranoid nut believing the government had hidden a transmitter in her head. She was a victim of sex trafficking, and the doctor who treated her is so afraid for his safety he would only use the name Dr. A when he talked to NPR, which also concealed the name of his hospital.
“When you work on the east side of our hospital, psychiatric patients are a dime a dozen,” Dr. A said.
Dr. A explained that the patient explained that she had a GPS tracker in her side. They didn’t believe her until her X-rays came through.
“Embedded in the right side of her flank is a small metallic object only a little bit larger than a grain of rice,” Dr. A said. “But it’s there. It’s unequivocally there. She has a tracker in her. And no one was speaking for like five seconds — and in a busy ER that’s saying something.”
The woman, who was in her 20s, was being pimped by her boyfriend and being tracked via the GPS device, part of the scourge of sex trafficking in the United States.
“It was a small glass capsule with a little almost like a circuit board inside of it,” he said. “It’s an RFID chip. It’s used to tag cats and dogs. And someone had tagged her like an animal, like she was somebody’s pet that they owned.”
“I can guarantee you that I’ve placed my hands and I’ve examined and I’ve spoken to more trafficking victims than I know I have,” said Dr. Wendy Macias at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. Dr. Macias is “one of the nation’s leading advocates to get doctors, nurses and hospital executives involved” in sex trafficking issues, according to NPR.
“You know traffickers are really smart, they will move their [victims] around from one city to the next all across the country,” she said. “I want us to help them when we have them in our midst because it may be the last time that they’re there.”
And since almost 90 percent of sex trafficking victims are estimated to need medical attention at some point, it’s an important first step.
The Polaris Project advises health care professionals to be on the lookout for these signs: individuals claiming to be “just visiting” the area, inconsistencies in the story you’re being told, another individual present who is speaking for the patient, or physical signs of abuse.
Conservative media is going gaga over Elise Stefanik, the hot, young congresswoman who singlehandedly caught FBI Director James Comey breaking the rules. The freshman GOP representative from New York did her homework on Comey before she took him on at the Senate hearings. He got tongue-tied, thinking Elise is just a pretty face, but she cornered him, and it’s so damning that the mainstream media refuses to cover it.
Rep. Elise Stefanik is a graduate of Harvard, and at only 32 years old, she is the youngest member ever elected to Congress. So, no one was paying very close attention when she took her turn questioning FBI James Comey, and it was only in reviewing her line of questioning that the smoking gun was discovered.
Rep. Stefanik got Comey to admit that the investigation into counter-intelligence Russia connection started in July 2016, but when she pressed him about the timeline, he stumbled, and it was huge. It reveals that Comey failed to alert Congress about the investigation and puts him in collusion with Barack Obama’s White House in a purely political black hat investigation that they are hoping to use to take down Trump.
The Conservative Treehouse reports, “The parseltongue response from Comey is a generalized reply (with uncomfortable body language) that notification of counter-intel investigations are discussed with the White House, and other pertinent officials, on a calendar basis, ie. ‘quarterly.’”
Rep. Stefanik picked up on Comey’s duty to alert Congress quarterly and asked, “When did you notify the White House, the DNI, and congressional leadership?” Comey squirms because he did not alert Congress until this month, March 2017, that there was an investigation when clearly he should have months ago since quarterly is every 3 months, and it’s been eight months since this bogus counter-intel investigation meant to frame Trump was opened.
“Director Comey intentionally obfuscates knowledge of the question from Rep Stefanik; using parseltongue verbiage to get himself away from the sunlit timeline. The counter-intel investigation, by his own admission, began in July 2016. Congress was not notified until March 2017. That’s an eight month period – Obviously obfuscating the quarterly claim moments earlier.” [via Conservative Treehouse]
The first and second questions from Stefanik were clear. Comey’s understanding of the questions was also clear. However, Comey directly evaded a truthful response to the second question. When you watch the video, you can see Comey quickly connecting the dots on where this inquiry was going.
The only conclusion that can be drawn for Comey opening an investigation into some bogus Russia-Trump connection in July 2016 is he was taking orders from Barack Obama and his minions. Comey may even be the source of the leaks coming out ever since Trump was elected.
“The mere existence of that investigation was then used as the originating point for a series of media intel leaks (the narrative) intended to cloud and damage the Trump campaign/organization. FBI Director James Comey, as head of one of the investigative agencies, became part of that political apparatus,” reports The Conservative Treehouse, who broke this shocking story.
For months, Donald Trump’s supporters have speculated about James Comey. Now, there is a smoking gun, and it’s a shame Rep. Stefanik didn’t have extra time to hammer him more. We also know where the Trump-Russia bogus connection started, and Rep. Stefanik proves it goes back to Obama and the FBI. It’s time Comey was relieved of his duties. Whatever the case, Comey is a liability that America can no longer afford.
The prisoner on the right of the camera shot reverse head-buttedone of his captors and and goes for his weapon. Outnumbered, he then went to battle with the entire jihadi detachment.
Watch it here:
Although the end cannot be deciphered with certainty and the Daily Mail had little to say about the video, we can infer a couple of things.
First of all, it appeared that the cameraman might have been hit. He could have simply dove for cover, but the hostage seems to have been doing well for himself — the fight lasted longer than one would expect, from the sound of continuing gunfire.
Not only that, but the sounds indicated that someone much closer to the cameraman felt that he had to open fire, or perhaps that was the cameraman himself.
Although we can only hope for the best for the hostage, it is unlikely he made good his escape. Regardless, what he did was incredibly brave, and going doing fighting is certainly a better death than being slaughtered with your hands tied behind your back.
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Part of the job of the federal government is to protect landowners, farmers and people in general from dangerous animals that may threaten livestock or even attack humans.
How the government protects Americans from these animals has been called into question after a family dog in Pocatello, Idaho, was killed by a device used by the Department of Agriculture, the East Idaho News reported.
Canyon Mansfield, 14, was walking with his family’s dog when he noticed a pipe sticking out of the ground. As soon as he touched the pipe, it released a deadly poison.
“I see this little pipe that looked like a sprinkler sticking out of the ground,” Mansfield told the newspaper. “I go over and touch it. Then it makes a pop sound and it spews orange gas everywhere.”
What Mansfield touched was actually a device called an M-44, a cyanide distribution method the government uses in humanity’s endless battle with nature’s dangers. While Mansfield was able to get the substance off of himself quickly, his dog wasn’t so lucky. The yellow Labrador ended up dying from the poison because no one knew what it was right away.
WITI reported that the family was never notified that M-44 bombs has been placed near their property — something that goes far beyond the government being clueless. This had the potential to kill people.
“We didn’t know anything about it. No neighborhood notifications and our local authorities didn’t know anything about them,” Mark Mansfield, Canyon’s father, explained. “The sheriff deputies who went up there didn’t even know what a cyanide bomb was.”
The death of this family’s dog, and other similar deaths in other states, have caused lawmakers to consider banning the use of M-44 devices by the Department of Agriculture, Fox News reported.
Oregon Democrat Rep. Peter DeFazio planned to introduce a bill in the House this week to end the use of such devices by the Department of Agriculture for predator control once and for all. In the meantime, if you come across a suspicious looking pipe sticking out the ground, your best course of action would be to go the other way — quickly — and call the authorities.
When two thugs from the ghetto of southern California decided to storm into the residence of a Las Vegas couple and tie up the homeowner and his girlfriend, they never expected the man to get free. However, he did, and it was time to open up a can of good old-fashioned payback.
According to Las Vegas Now, Arnold Morales, 21, and Isaack Lorenzo Alamos, 20, decided to commit an armed home invasion robbery Monday night, tying up the Las Vegas couple inside the house. The two San Bernardino thugs never expected for the man to get free of his bonds and handle business. However, that’s exactly what he did, and the payback these two thugs received as their victim freed himself and went for his gun resulted in one of the thugs not leaving his intended victims’ home alive.
According to Metropolitan Police Dept. Lt. Dan McGrath, the two suspects entered the couple’s home on Monday evening at approximately 10:30 pm and proceeded to tie up the victims with duct tape. In the following minutes, the homeowner was reportedly able to break free from his bonds and get to his gun.
McGrath said that the homeowner shot Isaack Lorenzo Alamos multiple times, killing him instantly. Alamos’ accomplice, Arnold Morales, was shot in the buttocks and fled the scene before law enforcement arrived. Morales reportedly drove himself to Centennial Hills Hospital for treatment shortly before he was taken to University Medical Center. Morales was treated for his gunshot wound before being arrested and booked into the Clark County Detention Center.
According to the Review-Journal, Morales is now facing charges of burglary while possessing a gun, attempted murder with a deadly weapon, first-degree kidnapping with a deadly weapon, assault with a deadly weapon, and robbery with a deadly weapon.
Police reported that the homeowner will not be facing charges. The homeowner’s girlfriend was reportedly shot during the incident, but police aren’t yet sure how she was shot or who shot her.
These two delinquents never expected their thug life to catch up with them until they finally picked on someone who had the guts to do what needed to be done. This time, another good guy with a gun was able to protect his home and his family. The surviving suspect won’t soon forget the night he decided to take his thug lifestyle to Las Vegas.
I cannot stop cheering for guys like this homeowner, who knew that, one day, his own doorstep may be darkened by evil men. He was prepared, and we applaud him.
While grocery shopping in Texas with a couple kids in tow, a young mom was approached by a Middle Eastern couple with a strange question that instantly raised the hair on the back of her neck. Stumbling over how to answer, the mother barely got her words out when she looked behind them and was horrified at what she saw.
Amanda Florczykowski said that she was at her local grocery store in Longview when her otherwise average morning turned into a nightmare in a matter of minutes. She was waiting for her turn in the checkout line when the couple in front of her struck up a conversation that sent alarms off within her.
In a social media post detailing the disturbing incident, Amanda noted that it was odd that the couple, who were of East Indian descent, appeared to be lurking in the line as if they were waiting for her. They only had a couple items to purchase of little value and practically abandoned the task to compliment Amanda’s daughter on how cute she is, before repeatedly asking how old she was. Despite Amanda answering with the girl’s age, they kept asking, reiterating her answer possibly so a third strange person behind them could hear.
Amanda instantly felt uncomfortable as the couple came so close to her and her daughter that they were touching. Since the woman was positioning herself to appear as a friend, Amanda’s daughter didn’t realize she was a stranger, which appeared to be the woman’s plan. The whole alarming ordeal happened so fast that Amanda barely had time to react when her daughter took the woman’s body language bait and grabbed on to her. That’s when the stranger tried to take off with the child saying, “Say bye to mommy,” to Amanda’s daughter as she tried to walk away.
Amanda flung herself at her daughter to pull her back to safety away from this stranger. “The woman resisted returning her when I physically pulled my daughter from her arms,” she described in the post. Thankfully, the fierce Texas mom got her child back, right at the time she saw a man covered in tattoos glaring at her from over his shoulder. She fought his stare with an equally angry gaze straight into his eyes.
What happened that day and the reason for Amanda making the post is what she is certain was an attempt to abduct her child to sell her into sexual slavery. She did some research on sex trafficking after getting home, having narrowly averted a nightmare, and found much of her experience was specified as sex trafficker’s tactics.
Amanda hopes that her message gets to all parents, warning them that they need to always be diligent and aware of their surroundings. These things happen in “safe” neighborhoods and places, typically at stores like Walmart, Target, and K-Mart, in the morning/early afternoon. Moms shopping alone with their children are the most common targets. Traffickers work in groups, like the three Amanda met, and position themselves within close proximity to a child to create trust and make abduction easy while blocking the parent, Independent Journal Review reported.
This mother was her daughter’s bodyguard that day by never letting her own guard down and paying attention to her parental instincts. Amanda thanks God for being her and her children’s ultimate protector that afternoon and giving her the voice to share her story and prevent another child from becoming a victim.