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Virgin Islands AG DEMANDS “ENTIRETY” Of Epstein’s Flight Logs

Wealthy politicians and others are panicking as the Virgin Islands Attorney General demands access to 21 years worth of deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s flight logs. Attorney General Denise George has subpoenaed the recorded in their “entirety” of everyone who has been on Epstein’s Lolita Express.

Wealthy people in all positions (political and corporate) are freaking out after George’s subpoena. Passenger logs for Epstein’s four helicopters and three planes have been subpoenaed by George, who recently sued the disgraced financier’s estate for 22 counts including human trafficking, child abuse, neglect, prostitution, aggravated rape, and forced labor, according to a Sunday report by the UK Mirror.

In addition to the passenger lists, George has requisitioned “complaints or reports of potentially suspicious conduct” and any “personal notes” the pilots made while flying Epstein’s alleged harem of underage girls around the world. She also wants the names and contact information of anyone who worked for the pilots – or who “integrated with or observed” Epstein and his passengers.

Epstein pilot David Rodgers previously provided a passenger log in 2009 tying dozens of politicians, actors, and other celebrities to the infamous sex offender – including former US President Bill Clinton, actor Kevin Spacey, and model Naomi Campbell. However, lawyers for Epstein’s alleged victims have argued that list did not include flights by Epstein’s chief pilot, Larry Visoski, who allegedly worked for him for over 25 years.

“The records that have been subpoenaed will make the ones Rodgers provided look like a Post-It note,” a source told the Mirror over the weekend, claiming that George’s subpoena had triggered a “panic among many of the rich and famous.” –RT

Epstein’s private plane, which was dubbed the Lolita Express, has several rich and famous passengers, including the UK’s Prince Andrew, celebrity lawyer Alan Dershowitz, actor Chris Tucker, Harvard economist Larry Summers, Hyatt hotel mogul Tom Pritzker, and model agency manager Jean-Luc Brunel along with Campbell, Spacey, and Clinton (who the logs show flew with Epstein over two dozen times).

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However, the passengers who enjoyed his other aircraft have not been made public yet. Epstein supposedly committed suicide last year in a Manhattan jail facility. Epstein’s madam, Ghislaine Maxwell, remains imprisoned in a Brooklyn detention center awaiting trial on charges related to child trafficking

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US Marshals rescue 39 missing children, arrest suspects on human- and sex-trafficking charges

U.S. Marshals tracked down 39 missing children during a two-week operation in Georgia and Florida.

The U.S. Marshals Service Missing Child Unit, in conjunction with the agency’s Southeast Regional Fugitive Task Force, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, worked with state and local agencies in Georgia to locate endangered children. U.S. Marshals rescued 26 missing children and safely located 13 others during “Operation Not Forgotten.”

Investigators said the children ranged in age from 3 to 17. The U.S. Marshals Service identified 15 of the children as being victims of sex trafficking, according to WAGA-TV.

“Additionally, investigators cleared 26 arrest warrants and filed additional charges for alleged crimes related to sex trafficking, parental kidnapping, registered sex offender violations, drugs and weapons possession, and custodial interference,” the official U.S. Marshals news release read. “The 26 warrants cleared included 19 arrest warrants for a total of nine individuals arrested, some of whom had multiple warrants.”

According to WTSP-TV, the nine suspects and charges include:

  • Moradeyo Amos Bandele – Arrested in Port St Lucy, Fla. – Warrant for rape from Conyers, GA
  • Trayon Moore – Arrested in Dekalb County, Ga. – Sex trafficking and probation violation warrants
  • James Garcia – Arrested at a motel in Clearwater, Fla. – Warrants for aggravated child molestation, aggravated sodomy and incest with a minor out of Whitfield County, Ga.
  • Faye Smith – Arrested at a motel in Clearwater, Fla. – Warrant for probation violation
  • Sally Garcia – Arrested at a motel in Clearwater, Fla. – Interference with child custody
  • Zachary Bailey – Arrested in Columbus, Ga. – Human trafficking, enticing of a minor for indecent purposes, and enticement of a minor for solicitation
  • Stanson Causey – Arrested in Jasper, Ga. – Registered sex offender arrested for probation violation
  • Kirk Waters – Arrested in Newton County, Ga. – Felon in possession of a firearm
  • Trevonte Shareef – Arrested in Newton County, Ga. – Interference with custody and obstruction

“The U.S. Marshals Service is fully committed to assisting federal, state, and local agencies with locating and recovering endangered missing children, in addition to their primary fugitive apprehension mission,” Director of the Marshals Service Donald Washington said in a statement. “The message to missing children and their families is that we will never stop looking for you.

“I have children. I’m sure many of you do as well. These are not my kids and these are not your kids, but actually they are our kids when it’s all said and done,” Washington said. “Here in Atlanta, approximately 300 young girls are lured into sex trafficking every month.”

“We’re really good and what we do. You know, they’ve called us manhunters. Well, we’re not just man hunters anymore,” Darby Kirby, chief inspector of the U.S. Marshals Service Missing Child Unit, said. “We also help save and rescue children as well.

“When we track down fugitives, it’s a good feeling to know that we’re putting the bad guy behind bars,” Kirby added. “But that sense of accomplishment is nothing compared to finding a missing child.”

“To address [sex trafficking], it requires agents, foot soldiers and prosecutors that are willing to take the fight to the enemy,” Georgia Bureau of Investigation Assistant Director John Melvin said.

“I always go back to the fact that if we can save one child from a life of abuse or sex trafficking, we’ve done our job,” Georgia Attorney General Christopher Carr said.

“The Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act of 2015 enhanced the U.S. Marshals’ authority to assist federal, state, and local law enforcement with the recovery of missing, endangered or abducted children, regardless of whether a fugitive or sex offender was involved,” the U.S. Marshals news release stated. “The Marshals established a Missing Child Unit to oversee and manage the implementation of its enhanced authority under the act.”

According to the FBI’s National Crime Information Center, there were 421,394 entries for missing children in 2019. The United States Marshals Service helped recover 295 missing children in 2019, and more than 1,800 since parenting with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children in 2005.

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Parents say schools have reported them to child services for neglect if their kids miss online class

Some parents in Massachusetts told the Boston Globe they were reported to the state’s Department of Children and Families for neglect when their children were absent from remote learning sessions too often in the spring, when they were scrambling to adjust to the new realities of COVID-19.

What happened? When schools around the country closed in March and April, parents were forced to figure out a way to facilitate and assist with online learning for their children while working or taking care of other responsibilities. The schools, in many cases, failed to provide a well-coordinated learning plan for the lockdowns.

Still, dozens of parents interviewed by the Globe say schools reported them for potential neglect because of absences, without regard for the obvious difficulties of the situation. From the Globe:

Massachusetts school officials have reported dozens of families to state social workers for possible neglect charges because of issues related to their children’s participation in remote learning classes during the pandemic shutdown in the spring, according to interviews with parents, advocates, and reviews of documents.

In most cases, lawyers and family advocates said, the referrals were made solely because students failed to log into class repeatedly. Most of the parents reported were mothers, and several did not have any previous involvement with social services.

The Globe report cites cases where absences were the result of parents not getting information about how to access the necessary technology, or parents who reached out to the school for assistance in balancing the situation and were not given any help.

In one case, a mother of special-needs children was subjected to a three-week DCF investigation and a visit from a police officer after her autistic 6-year-old son jumped naked into view of the camera while another child was participating in online class. DCF told the mother, Christi Brouder, that the school had reported an adult man exposing himself on camera. The case was eventually dropped, but Brouder told the Globe that now her daughter doesn’t want to log in to online class for fear of the family getting in trouble.

If charges of neglect are upheld by DCF, parents could be at risk of having their children removed from their homes. In most of the cases cited by the Globe, DCF rather quickly found no signs of neglect after review.

What do the schools say? The school districts in question told the Globe that reports to DCF are not made solely on the basis of absences, but due to patterns of troubling behavior or circumstances observed during online learning. However, they would not comment on the specifics of the cases cited.

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Mother of 7-year-old boy found encased in concrete in an animal crate gets maximum sentence

A Colorado mother whose 7-year-old son was found encased in concrete inside an animal crate has been given the maximum sentence for her role in his death, KUSA-TV reported Wednesday.

Elisha Pankey, 45, was sentenced to 32 years behind bars and 5 years mandatory parole by District Court Judge A. Bruce Jones after she pleaded guilty to the felony charge of child abuse resulting in death.

The outlet noted that the boy’s father, Leland Pankey, was sentenced to 72 years in prison earlier this year.

The couple’s son, Caden, was found dead inside a storage unit in December 2018, but authorities say that he likely died months before that.

According to KMGH-TV, the Denver medical examiner’s office reported that Caden had been severely malnourished and had cocaine metabolite and methamphetamine in his system at the time of his death. He also sustained several injuries to his head, trunk, and extremities. The autopsy added it’s possible that he may have suffered from asphyxia, dehydration, or hyperthermia.

Elisha Pankey told investigators last year that her husband abused Caden while she was at work during the day.

The KMGH-TV report added:

Pankey said Caden died in July 2018 after his father kept him in a dog kennel, the affidavit said. A woman who had been in the Arapahoe County Jail with Elisha Pankey in December said Pankey told her that she believed her son suffocated in the dog kennel.

Leland Pankey kept Caden in the kennel overnight — with blankets on top of it — and the boy cried out that he was hot and thirsty, Elisha Pankey told her fellow inmate, according to the affidavit.

On the day Caden died, his mother and father bought Quikrete, trash bags and water, drove Caden’s body to the storage unit on Evans Avenue, and mixed the concrete and poured it into the kennel, the affidavit said.

“The horrific death of Caden McWilliams shocked the conscience and was incomprehensible to the people of Denver,” said District Attorney Beth McCann in a statement Tuesday.

“Now that Elisha Pankey has been sentenced, the legal proceedings in this case have concluded. Yet Caden’s story is one that will always be in my heart, the hearts of our incredible prosecutors, victim advocates and investigators, as well as everyone who knew and loved Caden,” she added.

Here’s more about the case:

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Netflix show will feature transgender character who is 9 years old

Netflix has announced that it plans to allow a 9-year-old transgender child at the center of a bathroom controversy in Texas to star in its upcoming series, “The Baby-Sitters Club,” and that the character played by the child will also be transgender.

The child, who was born male and named Joseph but who now identifies as female and goes by the name Kai Shappley, was at the center of a legal fight back in 2016. When he was just a kindergartner, Shappley’s parents insisted that in spite of the fact that he was just 5 years old, he was actually trans and should be permitted to use the girls’ restroom. Shappley’s mother said at the time that her child had claimed to be a girl since the time he was 2 or 3 years old.

The Pearland, Texas, Independent School District offered to allow Shappley to use private, gender-neutral restrooms, which were located in each kindergarten room on the school’s campus, but Shappley’s mother insisted that the child should be allowed to use the girls’ restroom. When the school district refused, Shappley’s mother moved the family nearer to Austin in order to hopefully find a more pliant school district.

Now, the younger Shappley will be playing the character of “Bailey” — a trans female character — on the upcoming Netflix show. According to KPRC-TV, Shappley’s mother said, “I got a Facebook message from someone in LA that there was a spot for a trans girl on The Babysitter’s Club and they asked if she wanted to play the part of Bailey.” The family then flew to Vancouver, Canada, a week later for filming.

Shappley has already been the subject of a documentary produced by the ACLU called “Trans in America: Texas Strong,” and also hopes to have other future acting opportunities. According to KPRC, Shappley is already involved in another filming project.

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Florida teacher guilty of sexually assaulting students begs judge to have him castrated

A Florida teacher who pleaded guilty to multiple sex crimes against students had a strange request for the judge sentencing him this week: He begged to be castrated instead of being tossed in the hoosegow.

What’s that now?

Mark Lua, a 32-year-old former English teacher at Booker T. Washington High School in Pensacola, pleaded guilty in October to sex-related crimes against former students. His guilty plea included multiple charges of unlawful sexual activity with minors and promoting a sexual performance by a child, the Pensacola News Journal

According to the paper, Lua was arrested on three separate occasions last year. He was alleged to have had sex with an underage student, sexually assaulted an 18-year-old former student, and coerced a student into shooting an inappropriate video and sending it to him.

At his sentencing hearing Wednesday, Lua begged Judge Thomas Dannheisser not to throw the book at him and made a highly unusual request.

After admitting he deserved punishment for his “despicable” actions, the disgraced teacher implored the judge to have him chemically castrated — and even physically castrated — rather than send him to prison in order for him to be able to raise his daughter.

“My actions were despicable to say the least. I do believe that punishment is necessary, and I am requesting chemical castration not only as a punishment but as an act of solidarity to show how sorry I am for everything,” he said, the News Journal reported. “If your honor is so inclined, I am even willing to undergo physical castration if that way I can stay home and raise my daughter.”

The newspaper revealed that Assistant State Attorney Erin Ambrose made it clear to the judge that Lua was targeting vulnerable girls.

“He seemed to seek out girls that came from unstable or troubled homes,” she said. “He manipulated them, and he betrayed them because he was a teacher.”

According the paper, Judge Dannheisser didn’t respond to Lua’s strange request and sentenced him to 12 years in state prison followed by 15 years of probation.

What else?

reported that though castration is a lawful punishment in Florida, Lua’s crimes did not qualify:

The state attorney’s office says under the law, chemical castration is a lawful option for sexual battery —but one that rarely is ever handed down. It’s not something that could have been done in Lua’s case though.

“In this case, Mark Lua did not qualify for physical or chemical castration because of the nature of the charges,” State Attorney Bill Eddins said. “His charges were having sex with a minor, so it was not a sexual battery charge. So he did not qualify. Even if he had, we would have objected.”

The News Journal said that Lua also told the judge that he suffered from a genetic disorder that caused painful, tumorous growths on his skin and that he had been suffering from debilitating panic attacks from the disease at the time of his crimes.

Ambrose wasn’t having it and said during the sentencing hearing, “This condition did not seem to debilitate him while he was trolling the halls, looking for students to have sex with.”

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Authorities discover 6-year-old Texas boy locked in shed with hands bound — he hasn’t been allowed in the house since school let out in March

Dallas law enforcement authorities arrested two people after discovering a 6-year-old boy tied up in a shed. Reports said that the child had been trapped in the shed off and on since Texas announced schools would be closed in March.

What are the details?

KTVT-TV reported that the unnamed boy was found with his hands tied behind his back in the family’s shed on Sunday night.

Authorities arrested his grandmother, 53-year-old Esmerelda Lira and her 66-year-old boyfriend, Jose Balderas, and charged the pair with felony charges of endangering a child and for placing him in imminent danger.

The child reportedly told police that he’d been confined to the shed since he “got out of school for this corona thing.” He also said that Lira would tie him up, lock him in the shed, and tell him he was “bad” anytime she had to leave the house. Lira would also wash the child outside of the property by “spraying him with water.”

He was only permitted to be in the backyard and not allowed to come inside the home for any reasons. He also told authorities that he was forced to sleep in the shed on a nightly basis, and would only be provided a plastic bag if he had to urinate or move his bowels.

The boy also added that his grandmother would physically abuse him in the pestilence-ridden shed, kicking him and grabbing him by the ears.

What else?

Lira’s boyfriend Balderas reportedly told officers that he did not condone what Lira was doing, and said he did not want to be a part of the abuse. He confirmed that the child had been locked in the shed, however, for at least two weeks.

Authorities set bond for Lira and Balderas at $100,000 each.

Child Protective Services also removed at least two other children from the residence and placed them in protective custody.

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Another downside of stay-at-home orders: Child sexual abuse hotline reports 22% jump during lockdown; minors make up half of all calls for first time

Americans across the country have complained about — and even taken to the streets to protest against — the negative impacts of the ongoing coronavirus lockdown. Tens of millions of people have lost their jobs. Business owners have had to close their doors. Churches can’t hold services. Parents are swamped trying to teach their own kids at home while working remotely and trying to maintain some sort of sanity in their home. State and local authorities are threatening crackdowns on their own people.

Add to this list one of the most tragic developments to come out of the nation’s decision to close down everything in response to the pandemic: a massive increase in child sexual abuse.

The National Sexual Assault Hotline saw the number of calls from minors reporting sexual abuse jump by more than 20% in March, NPR reported.

What is happening?

The Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network, which runs the hotline, revealed this month the number of monthly calls from kids under 18 was up 22% for the month of March.

RAINN Vice President Camille Cooper told NPR on Tuesday that for the first time half of all calls were from minors.

According to NPR and RAINN, of the children who called the hotline in March with coronavirus-related concerns, 67% said their perpetrator was a family member, and 79% said they were living with the perpetrator.

RAINN said that in 1 out of 5 of those calls where the minor was living the the perp, the organization was able to help the child contact the police during the call; and 4 in 10 calls involved a discussion of how to leave or at least avoid the perpetrator.

The uptick is clearly connected to coronavirus stay-at-home orders, RAINN President Scott Berkowitz noted.

“Unfortunately for many, and especially for children experiencing sexual abuse, ‘stay at home’ doesn’t mean ‘safe at home,'” he said in a release on the organization’s site.

Cooper told NPR the increase in abuse was a “direct result” of current quarantine policies:

As a result of looking at the information that we had from those sessions, it was clear that the abuse was escalating in both frequency and severity. So a lot of the kids that were coming to the hotline were feeling pretty vulnerable and traumatized. And it was a direct result of COVID-19, because they were quarantined with their abuser. The abuser was now abusing them on a daily basis.

NPR said that, according to RAINN, one-third of child sexual abusers are family members. So closing schools and prohibiting kids’ activities such as sports and clubs “removes children from the watchful eyes of ‘mandatory reporters’ — those trusted adults, like teachers, nurses and child care providers, who are required by law in most states to report suspicions of child abuse or neglect.”

Worth noting is the fact that these numbers are for March — and the first lockdown orders began in the last half of the month. April’s numbers could be even more harrowing.

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