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Bill Clinton Sexual Assault Victim Calls Out “Lying Pig” Hillary Over New Ad

Kathleen Willey Calls Out ‘Lying Pig’ Hillary – WorldNetDaily

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Kathleen Willey, the former Democrat activist who claims she was sexually assaulted by President Bill Clinton, is calling out Hillary Clinton for a new ad that expresses the presidential candidate’s purported concern for the survivors of sexual assault.

“She’s a money-hungry hypocritical witch who will do anything for money,” Willey told the American Mirror.

In the ad, which is only about 17 seconds long, Hillary Clinton states: “I want to send a message to every survivor of sexual assault. Don’t let anyone silence your voice. You have a right to be heard, and you have a right to be believed. We’re with you.”

Willey pointed out she got a different message from Hillary when she accused Bill Clinton of sexually assaulting her.

“She believed what happened for sure. She just chose to ignore the plight of all of his victims, thus enabling him to continue to abuse and rape women in the future,” Willey said of Hillary.

“She’s a lying pig. I cannot believe that she had the gall to make that commercial. How dare she? I hope she rots in hell.”

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Willey, author of the book “Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton,” has been critical of Hillary Clinton in previous interviews.

WND reported a few months ago Willey’s statements about the Clintons’ mental health.

“[Hillary] is really looking awfully haggard these days,” Willey told “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio.”

“After watching [Bill’s] performance with [NBC News’ Cynthia] McFadden, when he said that I’ve gotta pay my bills, I think he’s showing early signs of dementia or something. He’s not the old Bill Clinton that we all remember. I mean, he was all over the place. Now you’re seeing clips of [Hillary] talking to herself all the time. I think that I want somebody in there who knows what they’re doing, and money isn’t the No. 1 issue for them. They have enough money. They made $30 million… in the last 15 months on speaking engagements. Isn’t that enough?”

WND reported last month that Willey, who with her husband, Ed, founded Virginians for Clinton and helped send Bill and Hillary to the White House in 1992, was shocked when Hillary claimed she and the president were broke when they left the White House in 2000.

“For her to say dead broke… I can tell you what it is to be dead broke and owing money,” she told WND in an interview.

Willey goes way back with the Clintons. While serving as a volunteer in the White House and facing financial hard times, she says she met with Bill Clinton in the Oval Office to request a paying position. But instead of getting help, she says, she was subjected to “nothing short of serious sexual harassment.”

Distraught, Willey fled Clinton’s presence, only to discover that her husband had committed suicide that same afternoon.

Later, she was drawn “unwillingly” into the Paula Jones lawsuit, the Ken Starr investigation and impeachment proceedings.

Willey wrote about her experiences with Bill Clinton’s sex addiction and Hillary Clinton’s revenge in the book “Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill & Hillary Clinton.”

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Planned Parenthood Failed To Report Abortion They Performed On 13-Year-Old Rape Victim, Then Returned Her To Her Abuser

Planned Parenthood Performed Abortion On 13 Yr Sex Abuse Victim Without Notifying Parents, Returned Her To Her Abuser – Weasel Zippers

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Evil.

Via Washington Times:

DENVER | Planned Parenthood Rocky Mountains was hit with a complaint Wednesday for performing an abortion on a 13-year-old girl without reporting possible sexual abuse against the underage girl and returning her to the man who abused her.

The conservative Alliance Defending Freedom filed a complaint with the Colorado Department of Regulatory Affairs against the Planned Parenthood affiliate on behalf of the pro-life Colorado Family Action.

A lawsuit filed against Planned Parenthood Rocky Mountains and four unidentified employees on behalf of the girl was settled earlier this year.

Natalie L. Decker, ADF legal counsel, said that, “Colorado authorities should hold Planned Parenthood and its employees accountable.”

“Failing to report the sexual abuse of a minor is horrifically tragic and illegal,” said Ms. Decker in a statement. “Planned Parenthood has repeatedly shown brazen and appalling disregard for the law, including laws designed to protect children from this kind of damaging physical and emotional abuse.”

The complaint comes with the Denver-based Planned Parenthood affiliate reeling from an undercover video released Tuesday by the pro-life Center for Medical Progress showing Dr. Savita Ginde discussing how to maximize fetal tissue from abortions.

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Planned Parenthood Changes Story On Website Being “Hacked” To Just “Undergoing Maintenance” – Weasel Zippers

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Update to this story:.

Via Washington Examiner:

Planned Parenthood proclaimed on Thursday that its websites were “not available because of an extremist attack,” but seemed to change its story throughout the day after many people pointed to inconsistencies about the alleged hack.

At around noon, the message on the group’s homepage was changed to read that “our normal site is currently undergoing maintenance.”

At the start of the day, Planned Parenthood claimed it was the victim of a cyberattack. “200,000 people a day are now being blocked from information and care by the attack,” the first iteration on the PlannedParenthood.org site said. But many noted on Twitter that it didn’t look like a regular attack, as the homepage still seemed to be controlled by the group, and included links to parts of the group’s website.

Viewed Thursday morning, the source code for the page indicated it was a page put up in response to a cyberattack, and the site asked users to donate to the Planned Parenthood Action Fund, the political action fundraising wing of the abortion giant. […]

Later Thursday, the original message was taken down and replaced with a note that made no mention of the hack at all. “Our normal site is currently undergoing maintenance,” it said. “Below you will find information to help you find a Planned Parenthood health center, book an appointment, and get involved with Planned Parenthood.” Instead of redirecting users to another page on the site, the button now provides a phone number for donations.

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Shocker! #BlackLivesMatter Activist Apparently Lied About Being The Victim Of A Hate Crime

#BlackLivesMatter Leader Shaun King’s Claims Of ‘Hate Crime’ Beating Exposed As Fraud – Weasel Zippers

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Bassem Masri goes to jail, Shaun King gets exposed. It’s Christmas in summer, as Black Lives Matter folks implode.

Via Daily Caller:

Shaun King, the so-called “Facebook pastor” who has become one of the leading activists in the Black Lives Matter movement, has often told the story of a brutal, racially-motivated beating he suffered in 1995 as a sophomore at a rural Kentucky high school. King, 35, has related the story of the hate crime on his blogs and in his recent self-help book, seemingly to bolster his credibility as an activist and as a self-help guru.

But King’s telling of the assault does not match up with a police report from the case. Details provided to The Daily Caller by the detective who investigated the incident, which occurred at Woodford County High School in Versailles on March 1, 1995, cast even more doubt on King’s claims.

While King has said that he was attacked by up to a dozen “racist” and “redneck” students, official records show that the altercation involved only one other student. And while King has claimed that he suffered a “brutal” beating that left him clinging to life, the police report characterized King’s injuries as “minor.”

At least two profiles written about King have asserted that the assault was one of Kentucky’s first registered hate crimes. But Keith Broughton, the former Versailles police detective, told TheDC that the case was never classified as a hate incident.

And none of the sources that keep track of hate crimes, such as the FBI, have records of one having occurred at the high school at that time.

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Your Daley Gator Feel-Good Story O’ The Day

Armed Kidnappers Take Man’s Wallet And Force Him To Drive To An ATM. But When One Talks Of Going Back To Harm His Wife, Victim Pulls Out A Gun. – The Blaze

A Mississippi man was putting things into his truck at his house near Jackson just before 7 a.m. Saturday when two armed men approached him, forced him into his house and took his wallet, police told WABT-TV.

Then they ordered him to drive them to an ATM, WLBT-TV reported.

But after one of the kidnappers talked of kicking the victim out of his Toyota truck so the pair could return to his house and harm his wife, the man did something they likely didn’t expect.

He grabbed his own gun from his truck and fatally shot one of the kidnappers, police told WLBT.

The other kidnapper got away on foot and was still at large Saturday night, police told WLBT. Authorities described him as a black male with a bandana and dark shirt possibly driving a tan SUV with no tags, the station said.

Police were calling the victim’s actions a justifiable homicide but said it will go to a grand jury, WABT noted.

Many residents in the neighborhood told WLBT the kidnapped man is a doctor, but police didn’t confirm that information.

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*VIDEO* Judge Pirro Skewers Hillary Over Her Heartless Mistreatment Of 12-Year-Old Rape Victim


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Black Judge Gives Black Home Invader Probation Because White, 3-Year-Old Victim Is A Raaaaacist

Kentucky Judge Gives Armed Robbers light Sentence, Saying 3 Yr-Old Victim Is Too Racist – Gateway Pundit

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Kentucky Judge Olu Stevens gave two armed robbers and home invaders a light sentence because he felt their three year-old baby victim was being racist for fearing black people after the attack.

Judge Stevens went off on the family in court.

Via Right Wing News:

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The American Thinker reported:

Soon after the robbery, the little girl told her mother that she was afraid of black people. And the mother told the judge in her victim’s statement.

Judge Stevens did not care for that.

Like justice coming down like rain, Judge Stevens poured his righteous indignation down on them. The family, that is. Not the criminals. All on video.

“There’s a victim impact statement here that bothers me, to be honest with you,” said Judge Stevens. “I assume the victims in this case are white?” he asked the prosecutor, who was hoping for a 20-year sentence for the miscreant. (The gun-toting home invader, not the infantile racist.)

“It troubles me greatly,” said the judge, as he read the mother’s account of how this robbery has traumatized her child. Again, just for the sake of clarity, the judge was not troubled at the trauma the little girl experienced, he was troubled at the trauma he was experiencing that anyone would could be aware that black crime and violence in Louisville is wildly out of proportion.

The mother and child’s reaction was similar to what the Reverend Jesse Jackson said about black crime: “There is nothing more painful to me … than to walk down the street and hear footsteps and start thinking about robbery, then look around and see somebody white and feel relieved.”

“Really?” Judge Stevens asked after reading the mother’s account of her daughter’s fear of black men following the robbery.

“I want to make that part of the record, I am offended by that,” said the judge.

And just in case anyone did not get the message the first several times, the judge took it to a new level: “I am deeply offended by that.”

He blamed the child’s racism on the parents for “fostering” it. And all of sudden the victims of the racial violence were now the perpetrators.

And the perpetrators? They were the victims.

The judge then faced the one remaining home invader that was left to be sentenced and told him he believed he could be redeemed through the saving power of probation. Not prison.

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Cell Phone Thief Calls Cops To Complain That Her Victim Won’t Stop Following Her

Police: Robber Calls Cops Because Victim Won’t Leave Her Alone – KOMO

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If she had to do it all over again, a suspected cellphone thief probably wouldn’t call the police to complain that her victim was following her and refusing to leave her alone. But, you know what they say about hindsight.

According to the Seattle Police Department, the 20-year-old suspect called 911 around 4 p.m. Saturday from a gas station parking lot in the 6600 block of Martin Luther King Junior Way South. She said a man was following her and accusing her of taking his phone.

Officers arrived to find the suspect standing with a 21-year-old man, who had multiple cuts and bruises.

According to police, the suspect told officers she and her boyfriend were sitting near the 21-year-old on a Metro bus when he woke up from a nap, accused them of stealing his cellphone and attacked them as they ran from the bus.

But according to the 21-year-old, that’s not quite how it happened. He told officers he was sitting on the bus with his eyes closed when suddenly the music he had been listening to stopped. He opened his eyes to see the suspect and a man with his phone.

The 21-year-old said he asked the couple to return his phone only to have them punch and kick him in the head. He told officers the couple ran off the bus,, and he followed them. He said the other man kept running, while the suspect stopped to call 911.

According to police, the suspect denied taking the victim’s phone until officers noticed a phone-shaped bulge in her pocket. Officers reportedly found both the victim’s phone and three grams of crack on the suspect.

She was booked into King County Jail for investigation of robbery and drug possession.

The victim was taken to Harborview Medical Center for treatment.

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Say, Remember When Hitlery Clinton Trashed A 12-Year-Old Rape Victim? (Audio)

When Hillary Clinton Trashed A 12-Year-Old Rape Victim – Truth Revolt

The Washington Free Beacon has discovered audio recordings of Hillary Clinton from interviews in the early 80’s. In the recordings Clinton shows an almost flippant attitude about the most significant case of her legal career, a man who raped a 12-year-old girl whom she got off by attacking the evidence, including the account of the victim.

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Politico’s Glen Thrush was at Newsday in 2008 when he wrote about the case, “Rodham, records show, questioned the sixth grader’s honesty and claimed she had made false accusations in the past. She implied that the girl often fantasized and sought out ‘older men’ like Taylor, according to a July 1975 affidavit signed ‘Hillary D. Rodham’ in compact cursive…”

The audio tapes where Clinton flippantly talks about the case (embedded above) were part of over five hours of interviews conducted by Arkansas reporter Roy Reed with then-Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton and his wife in the mid-1980s for a magazine article which never happened. The tapes were discovered by Alana Goodman of The Washington Free Beacon, who published parts of the tapes on Monday. ​

Drawing from the court files, Glenn Thrush described the basics of the case in 2008 saying that the victim had joined Thomas Alfred Taylor and two male acquaintances, including a 15-year-old boy she had a crush on, on a late-night trip to the bowling alley. Taylor drove the group around in his truck, feeding the girl whiskey mixed with Coca-Cola on the way. The group later drove to a “weedy ravine” near the highway where Taylor raped the 12-year-old. Later that evening, at about 4 a.m., the girl and her mother went to the hospital, where she was given medical tests and reported that she had been raped. The doctor who examined her said her injuries were consistent with being raped. In the end, based on an evidentiary mistake by the lab, Hillary negotiated a plea deal, her client pled guilty to a lesser charge and got off with time served (two months).

Hillary spoke about the case in her book “Living History,” leaving out the part of the case where she put the victim on trial. Thrush detailed the “holes’ in Clinton’s account:

But the record shows that [Hillary] Rodham was also intent on questioning the girl’s credibility. That line of defense crystallized in a July 28, 1975, affidavit requesting the girl undergo a psychiatric examination at the university’s clinic.

“I have been informed that the complainant is emotionally unstable with a tendency to seek out older men and to engage in fantasizing,” wrote Rodham, without referring to the source of that allegation. “I have also been informed that she has in the past made false accusations about persons, claiming they had attacked her body.”

Dale Gibson, the investigator, doesn’t recall seeing evidence that the girl had fabricated previous attacks. The assistant prosecutor who handled much of the case for Mahlon Gibson died several years ago. The prosecutor’s files on the case, which would have included such details, were destroyed more than decade ago when a flood swept through the county archives, Mahlon Gibson said. Those files also would have included the forensics evidence referenced in “Living History.”

The victim was visibly stunned when handed the affidavit by a reporter this fall. “It kind of shocks me – it’s not true,” she said. “I never said anybody attacked my body before, never in my life.”

In December, when Clinton was campaigning in Iowa , the woman was being released from a state prison after serving a year for forging checks to pay for her methamphetamine addiction.

She doesn’t blame Taylor for all her problems, but says the incident continues to haunt her, compounding her bouts of depression and anxiety.

“I remember a lot of bad things about what he did to me in that pickup of his,” said the woman, who says she attempted suicide a year after the incident. “I’ve had a lot of counseling and saw a psychiatrist for five to ten years… It really affected me mentally. I was always kind of scared to be alone with a guy afterwards.”

As the defense attorney in the case, Hillary Clinton was ethically required to do anything she could to protect her client, which included winning the case if the defendant chose to plead not guilty. However. it seems disingenuous for a candidate whose campaign planks include fighting for the rights of women to attack the credibility of a 12-year-old rape victim.

As heard on the tapes published Monday, Ms. Clinton took an almost flippant attitude to the case and based on her own words she possibly violated client/attorney privilege by implying her client passed a lie detector test event though he was guilty.

Describing the events almost a decade after they had occurred, Clinton’s struck a casual and complacent attitude toward her client and the trial for rape of a minor.

“I had him take a polygraph, which he passed – which forever destroyed my faith in polygraphs,” she added with a laugh.

Clinton can also be heard laughing at several points when discussing the crime lab’s accidental destruction of DNA evidence that tied Taylor to the crime.

Nowhere on the tape did she mention the rape-crises hotline she set up as a result of this case, nor did she express any regret over the plight of the 12-year-old rape victim.

Now 52, the victim resides in the same town where she was born.

Divorced and living alone, she blames her troubled life on the attack. She was in prison for check forgery to pay for her prior addiction to methamphetamines when Newsday interviewed her in 2008. The story says she harbored no ill will toward Clinton. According to her, that is not the case.

“Is this about that rape of me?” she asked when a Free Beacon reporter knocked on her door and requested an interview.

Declining an interview, she nevertheless expressed deep and abiding hostility toward the Newsday reporter who spoke to her in 2008 – and toward her assailant’s defender, Hillary Rodham Clinton.

In an interesting coda to the story, after the Free Beacon piece was published, Glenn Thrush tweeted how difficult it was to get his liberal Newsday editors to publish his article in 2008:

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@amychozick my then-editor appended a meaningless intro to the story, delayed and buried it because, in his words, ‘it might have an impact’
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Cancer Patient / Obamacare Victim That Democrat Congressman Tried To Silence Speaks Out

Cancer Victim Silenced By Rep. Gary Peters Speaks Out – Washington Free Beacon – Washington Free Beacon

Julie Boonstra, a cancer patient who was kicked of off her health plan due to Obamacare, lashed out at Rep. Gary Peters (D., Mich.) on Saturday after lawyers for his campaign demanded that Michigan broadcasters cease airing ads featuring her story.

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Boonstra, a Michigan resident, was diagnosed with leukemia five years ago. She was recently kicked off of her healthcare plan due to regulations passed as part of President Barack Obama’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which Peters voted in favor of.

After relating her story publicly in an ad produced by the advocacy group Americans for Prosperity (AFP), Peters dispatched lawyers to prevent the spot from running on local television stations.

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Boonstra, who says she is now struggling to pay out of pocket for her rising healthcare costs, told the Washington Free Beacon she is stunned by Peters’ efforts to censor her story.

“I’m appalled. I’m appalled as a mom, as a woman, and as a cancer patient, as someone living with cancer… who has stood before this nation to say, ‘I cannot afford that out of pocket expense,’” said Boonstra, who said she was given a 20 percent chance of surviving her disease. “As a Michigan resident, to silence my voice, I’m absolutely appalled.”

Peters, who is running for a seat in the Senate, instructed his legal council earlier this week to demand that stations stop running the AFP ad until additional evidence of the cancer victim’s claims could be produced.

“For the sake of both FCC licensing requirements and the public interest, your station should immediately require AFP to provide the factual documentation for its claims if you are going to continue airing this advertising,” read the letter from Peters’ lawyers.

The letter went on to question Boonstra’s motives and the facts presented in AFP’s ad.

Boonstra said she is “surprised” by what she described as the Peters campaign’s strong-arm tactics.

“I’m very surprised,” Boonstra said just hours after she attempted to confront Peter face-to-face at his Bloomfield Hills residence. “I have every right to tell my story and express my point of view and opinion on how Obamacare has affected me.”

Boonstra attempted to confront the congressman at his door, but he did not answer when she knocked.

“I just went up to his house and knocked on his door,” Boonstra recalled. “I would like to meet with him, but he did not answer. I know someone was home, so I left a letter there for him.”

Boonstra wrote in her letter, “I don’t understand why you’re trying to silence my voice. I have every right to speak out and don’t understand why you’re doing this.”

A spokesman for the Peters campaign did not respond to a request for comment on the matter.

“The fact that Representative Peters would sic his legal team on a Michigan mother battling cancer to muzzle her tells you everything you need to know about his record of putting politics over people,” AFP-Michigan State Director Scott Hagerstrom said in a statement.

“This attack on her credibility is disgusting, unwarranted, and inexcusable,” Hagerstrom said. “Congressman Peters and his indecent campaign team should be ashamed of themselves.”

Asked what she would say to Obama were she given the chance, Boonstra responded: “This law has not benefited him. I know there are some people out there who wanted to believe that. I have not seen the benefits so far.”

“This [law] is hurting me,” she continued. “I thought the intention was to help and it’s not. I’m angry [Obama] lied to me. He told me I could keep my healthcare plan and that was very untrue. I just want it to be clear that I have every right to tell my story.”

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Top Democrat On House Oversight Committee Sent Threatening Letters To Conservative Victim Of IRS Targeting

Dem Rep. Sent Three Threatening Letters To Conservative Activist Using Committee Letterhead (Video) – Gateway Pundit

Thursday afternoon True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht filed an ethics complaint against Rep. Elijah Cummings alleging the Congressmen intimidated her and and her group.

Rep. Elijah Cummings on three separate occasions sent letters from the House Oversight and Government Reform, stating that he had concerns and felt it necessary to open an investigation on True the Vote.

The Congressman also smeared True the Vote in several cable news interviews in 2012. In the hearing today, Cummings accused True the Vote of racism saying that they were trying to suppress the vote.

Catherine Engelbrecht was on with Megyn Kelly last night:

“Franky, Megyn, the thought of having to sit before my accuser and be silent in the face of what we did was unconscionable… He filed over a period of months in 2012, he filed three letters that he sent to me asserting that he was opening an investigation. He sent this on House Oversight and Government Reform letterhead.”

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Over 20 Teachers Sided With Child Rapist Colleague Over Victim, Refused To Cooperate With Police

Prosecutor: Many Teachers Refused To Cooperate With Investigation Of Molester Colleague – EAGnews

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Teachers play an incredibly important role in children’s lives.

Perhaps their most fundamental responsibility is to make sure the kids entrusted to them are safe when they are in school, five days per week, six or seven hours per day.

That’s why law enforcement officials in Rochester, New York are so baffled and upset by the lack of cooperation they received from several teachers and school administrators who had worked with Matthew LoMaglio, an elementary gym teacher who was convicted last month of sexually molesting an 8-year-old male student during the 2006-07 school year.

Many in the community were also surprised and disappointed that more than 20 educators wrote to the court in the pre-sentencing phase, expressing support for LoMagio but little or no sympathy for the young victim.

“Some of the people (on the school staff) who were cooperative told us there was talk at school, sort of like ‘Are you for the teacher or for the student,’” Kyle Rossi, the assistant district attorney who tried the case against LoMaglio, told EAGnews. “It was very disappointing to make contact with teachers who wouldn’t give us the time of day until they were instructed to.

“I would say that, being in that position, they have a special duty to recognize issues and protect kids. I would think it has more do to with ignorance than anything else.”

LoMaglio, 37, was found guilty in November of second degree sexual conduct against a child and endangering the welfare of a child, according to the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. Last week he was sentenced to four years in prison by New York State Supreme Court Justice Joanne Winslow.

The victim’s mother had been worried about her son and his relationship with LoMaglio since 2006-07, when the boy was a second-grader and a student in LoMaglio’s gym class at Rochester School 19. The victim reportedly had nightmares about being raped by the teacher, although he never came forward with allegations of actual abuse, Rossi said.

The boy’s mother visited the school and had him removed from the gym class at the time, according to newspaper reports.

In 2012 the boy wrote a letter to his older brother, explaining how he had been assaulted by LoMaglio, but apparently never meant to deliver it. He hid the letter in his bedroom, where a younger brother found it and turned it over to their parents, according to Rossi.

LoMaglio maintained his innocence throughout the trial, then acknowledged his guilt to a counselor during the sentencing phase, Rossi said. His attorney claimed he was no longer a threat to the community and tried to arrange a sentence of probation, but the judge decided to send him to prison.

The young victim, now 15, helped secure the conviction by having the courage to testify in open court against his abuser.

“I’m exceptionally proud of the victim in this case,” Rossi told the local newpaper following the conviction. “He displayed a tremendous amount of courage by coming forward and disclosing the horrible things that happened to him, and because of that courage, the abuser will face justice.”

But building a case against LoMaglio was not easy, because a significant number of teachers and other school employees who had worked with the gym teacher over the years refused to cooperate with police and prosecutors during the investigation, Rossi said.

“I would say that many teachers and administrators at several schools where this guy had taught wouldn’t talk to us at all,” Rossi said. “We ran into cold shoulders all the way around. They would say things like ‘nothing happened here’ and ‘I don’t know anything, I don’t want to talk about anything.

“One person even told a police investigator ‘don’t call me again.’ Some were even rude.”

Rossi stressed that he has no reason to believe that anyone on the school staff had direct knowledge of the crimes being committed. But he also said the investigation was more difficult than it had to be because of the lack of cooperation from some school employees.

“They could have talked to us about practices and protocals,” Rossi said. “These were people who could have helped us understand what the normal practices were in the school when this was going on. That would have helped us understand how this teacher had access to this kid. There were plenty of people who wouldn’t even tell us those neutral things.

“It was problematic for us. No one was volunteering to help. There were people who complied – they were cooperative because it was a police investigation – but nobody was excited to participate. There were teachers who simply refused to speak to us.”

Rossi said he was also troubled by the 22 letters the court received from various teachers, expressing support for LoMaglio. He said he is not authorized to turn over the letters to the public or divulge the names of the teachers who wrote them.

Some of the letters were written on school district letterhead.

“I would say the general tone (of the letters) is that he was well known by many teachers, they considered him an excellent educator and role model for children,” Rossi said. “Some of them said they were disappointed with the verdict. A lot of them seemed to know this kid, but none of them mentioned him at all (in the letters). They expressed zero compassion for the student, but full-fledged support for the man who hurt this student.

“These are people entrusted to work with children and they show no compassion for this kid.”

In a published article, Rossi was even more critical of the teachers.

“They would say this never could have happened,” Rossi said. “This is why children don’t disclose sexual abuse, because they believe the people who can help them won’t believe them. I found it reprehensible that teachers would behave this way.

“To have so many teachers come out in favor of a man who admitted he did this, it was terrible to see. Who can a kid go to?”

The lack of cooperation from school personnel, along with the support letters for LoMaglio, did not impress Emily Bryant, a local columnist for the Democrat and Chronicle.

“Astonishingly the judge who sentenced (LoMaglio) received letters from district employees saying that LoMaglio was a good role model for children,” Bryant wrote. “Some wrote that they would trust him with their own kids. Not one of the letters included a mention of the victim.

“From an average person, a refusal to answer questions in a child sex abuse investigation would be awful. Writing a letter saying that a convicted sex offender was a ‘good role model’ for kids would be bizarre. From numerous school district employees these actions are downright scary.”

A Rochester school district spokesman said there may be little anyone can do about the teachers, because they are free to express their opinions about the case, and cannot be compelled to participate in a criminal investigation, according to Bryant.

That’s not good enough for Karen Bryant, a district resident who has young relatives attending Rochester schools.

“Teachers are mandatory reporters of abuse,” Bryant wrote to EAGnews. “What good is mandating teachers to report abuse when they aren’t required to cooperate with the investigation that would naturally follow the report?”

Bryant says the community has a right to know the identity of the teachers who wrote the letters.

“We have a right to know who these people are and why they felt compelled to support a child molester and refused to cooperate with the investigation,” Bryant said. “We have a right to know if it’s their stance that they will continue to support individuals who rape our children and say nothing.”

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More Institutionalized Child Abuse From Our Public Schools… This Time The Victim Is Deaf (Video)

Three-Year-Old Deaf Boy Told To Change His Name; School Says His Sign Looks Too Much Like A Gun (Video) – Gateway Pundit

Three-year-old Hunter Spanjer was told to change his name. School officials say his sign looks too much like a gun.

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FOX News reported:

The parents of a 3-year-old deaf boy from Nebraska say his preschool told them he must change the way he signs his name because it looks like a finger-pistol, but the school says the family has their signals crossed.

The family of pre-schooler Hunter Spanjer said officials at the Grand Island Public Schools told them the manner in which the boy signs his name is a violation of its “weapons in school” policy. The claim they were told Hunter had to modify the way he signs his moniker to comply with the school’s zero tolerance code against weapons in school.

“Anybody that I have talked to thinks this is absolutely ridiculous,” Hunter’s grandmother, Janet Logue, told KGIN. “This is not threatening in any way.”

Brian Spanjer, the boy’s father, said the sign is a registered symbol with the Signing Exact English system. The encouragement and support his family has received since reports of the controversy have surfaced has been “amazing,” he said.

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