61-YR-OLD WHITE MAN: Nearly Beat To Death By 50 Black Teens, HORRIFIC VIDEO

Teen girls were fighting on top of his car when he tried to get them to stop, and then they did this…

A 17-year-old boy has been charged as an adult for his role in beating a 61-year-old alongside a group of approximately 50 other teens in Baltimore, Maryland, on April 22.

Richard Fletcher was brutally beaten by the teens after he went outside to ask two girls who were fighting on top of his truck to move along and continue their dispute elsewhere.

The mob of teens began to hit and kick Fletcher until he fell to the ground, but the attack didn’t end.

After the beating last month, Fletcher was left with broken eye sockets, a broken nose, broken ribs and a brain bleed, according to CBS Baltimore.

He also needed a blood transfusion.

Read more: Daily Mail

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They Said It’s A Meth Lab, But Were Cooking Something Worse In The Bedroom

Police officers in Missouri were called out to a trailer house on reports that a meth lab was operating inside. When they arrived, they found something far worse cooking in the bedroom. Now, these two are going away for a very long time.

The state of Missouri is no stranger to a methamphetamine production, but the call to a trailer park in St. Charles turned up much more than a tweaker’s stash. Kathleen Peacock and Lucas Barnes had been holed up inside for days, with one room of the ramshackle house transformed into an oven, until it became too hot to ignore.

Peacock, who happens to be pregnant, had been up for 38 hours with her man on a meth making and taking bender. She mentioned that she heard a noise from the other room of the small home and thought at one point about checking on it, but her drugs were too important to take a few steps away from them.

After the sounds stopped, she finally opened the door to the room and found her 2-year-old son, Braydon Barnes, having cooked to death from the space heater she left on for him. Peacock and Barnes thought that locking the child in the room with a space heater on high for almost two days was enough to keep him comfortable so they could do their drugs.

The heater didn’t have a thermostat on it that would allow it to shut off when it got too hot, ultimately making an oven out of the room. To make matters worse, when Peacock called police about her dead child, they not only found that the trailer house of horrors had been condemned and had feces and filth everywhere, but the child was severely malnourished after not being fed for days. If the heat didn’t kill him, the starvation probably would have.

According to CBS St. Louis, this isn’t the pregnant mom’s first run-in with the law. She hadn’t even fully resolved her child endangerment charge from when she was pulled over for driving under the influence with a kid in tow. Now, she and Barnes are looking at 20 years to life for abuse or neglect of a child resulting in death, topped off with an additional drug charge.

The state has such a problem with inept parents that they’ve had to put “crisis nurseries” in place, where people can drop off their children if they can’t handle them, feel overwhelmed, or would rather do drugs than do their job as a parent. Although this was available to Peacock and Barnes, the centers also rely on people exuding an ounce of responsibility to take them up on the offer.

Rather than giving drug addicts chance after chance to choose their children’s well-being over their drugs, the kids should be taken at the first grossly irresponsible offense. This would ensure the child’s safety and keep them alive, while the parent either self-destructs or gets better. If the latter happens, they could get their kids back, but the state is more concerned with protecting degenerates and letting them keep their kids, who die while the adults are given too much time to prove that they aren’t capable.

Credits and source: MWN.

400 Children Rescued/348 Adults Arrested After Police Take Down $4 Million Child Porn Empire

Some may find the following post to be disturbing. Reader discretion advised.
Nearly 400 children have been rescued and 348 adults arrested following an “extraordinary” international child pornography investigation in Canada, according to a report by NBC News.

The three-year undercover project, named Project Spade, began back in 2010 when Toronto police officers first made contact with a man who had been sharing “very graphic images” of child sexual abuse.

What they eventually found was a full blown child porn production and distribution company in Toronto that was distributing their content online. The site was run by 42-year old Brian Way and sold and distributed images of child exploitation to people across the world.

The head of Toronto’s Sex Crimes Unit said they enlisted the help of the United States Postal Inspection Service since many of the videos were being exported to the U.S. and began a joint investigation. After a seven-month long investigation, officers executed search warrants across the city of Toronto including at the business of Brian Way.

It was there that investigators catalogued hundreds of thousands of images and videos of “horrific sexual acts against very young children, some of the worst they have ever viewed,” said the lead investigator at a recent press conference.

Police seized over 45 terabytes of data from the $4-million business that distributed child porn to over 50 counties including Australia, Spain, Mexico, Sweden and Greece. As a result of the investigation thus far, 50 people were arrested in Ontario, 58 in other parts of Canada, 76 in the United States, and 164 internationally.

What was most alarming was that many of the arrests were of people who worked with or closely interacted with children. Among those arrested were 40 school teachers, nine doctors and nurses, six law enforcement personnel, nine pastors and priests and three foster parents.

In one particularly horrific example of those arrested, police found over 350,000 images and over 9,000 videos of child sexual abuse in the home of a retired Canadian school teacher. Some of the images were of children known to the man and he was also charged with sexually abusing a child relative.

The inspector said an indispensable aspect to the success of the operation and the rescue of 386 children from child exploitation was the expansive cooperation between Toronto police and organizations worldwide.

“[This] confirms that when we work together regardless of the borders that divide us we can successfully take down those who not only prey on our most vulnerable but also profit from it.

Child pornography has become more prevalent and larger than we would ever like to imagine. It is said to be a $3 billion dollar industry globally, generating massive amounts of money for people willing to exploit young children.

While federal agencies work endlessly to fight this global issue and rescue the children affected, the people who actually get caught for the crime are just the tip of the iceberg.

Child pornography has been expanding virally on the web for years and the material is only getting worse. In 2008, Internet Watch Foundation found 1,536 individual child abuse domains. Every week there are over 20,000 images of child pornography posted on the web (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, 2003). Furthermore, U.S Customs Services estimates that illegal child pornography is offered by approximately 100,000 websites.

To report an incident involving the possession, distribution, receipt, or production of child pornography, file a report on the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC)’s website at www.cybertipline.com , or call 1-800-843-5678.

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