When This Girl Accepted A Strangers Friend Request On Facebook She Didn’t Expect What He Would Do.
A guy like John Edward Kurian Jr., Citizen X sends you a friend request. You don’t know him, but he’s got a normal profile picture, so you accept his friend request. The next day it’s your baby girl’s first day of school. She looks so cute in her new outfit you just have to take a picture and put it on Facebook so all your friends and family can see.You’re so excited dropping her off that you ‘Check in’ to her school on FB saying
‘I can’t believe how big she’s gotten. Time sure flies. One proud momma/daddy right here’.
Meanwhile, the mystery guy whose friend request you hurriedly accepted earlier this morning is saving that picture you posted of your daughter in her cute new outfit to his phone and texting it to 60 other grown men across the world with the caption –
‘American Female. Age 5.
Brown Hair. Black Eyes.
Not only did you provide a picture of your little girl to a child trafficker, you’ve handed him the name and exact location of her school on a silver cyber platter.
You go to pick her up at 3:00 this afternoon, but she’s nowhere to be found.
Little do you know, your precious baby girl was sold to a 43 years old pedophile before you even stepped foot off campus this morning, and now she’s on her way to South Africa with a bag over her head, confused, terrified and crying because a man she’s never seen before picked her up from school, and now she doesn’t know where her parents are, where she’s going, or what’s gonna happen to her.
After another violent weekend in Chicago in which 12 people were murdered and 43 others wounded calling for drastic measures to go after hard core gang members. "They're terrorists trying to destabilize communities and we ought to charge them with domestic terrorism," said Commissioner Richard Boykin of Forest Park.
Archbishop L. J Guillory, The Ombudsman General Responds:
Cook County Commissioner Richard Boykin,
I’d advise strongly that take time and stop and re-think this most paramount matter before you push this odious request to ask Law Enforcement to single out Gang Bangers “Black Youth” as Domestic Terrorist. And, giving Cops/Prosecutors another opportunity to murder and Mass Incarcerate our Black Young Men, with the full support of you sold out non effective, self-serving and sometimes self-appointed black officials.
Remember the 80’s ~ it was you black irresponsible politicians that requested that the U.S. Government officials in Washington, D.C. to make stronger Crack Cocaine Laws and invited; Federal Agencies into your own local communities.
While, grand standing in front of media cameras like ‘You” Commissioner Richard Boykin, the same black democrats politicians, that first said; “Lock Them Up” are now campaigning to the Government; “Let our People Go!” Don’t hide behind the fake facts. After decades of mismanagement of public funds and fake leaders who have No Real Power and or Community Control in these same communities that you claim to be Leaders you ask your own constituents to listen to you and stop the violence!
If you were Real Leaders, they would follow your directives. The KKK or Klan, (Real’ Domestic Terrorist) march in parades across this country and not one of you so called black leaders can stop that nor can you label them as Domestic Terrorist after 200 years of the most odious Terrorist Activities in America.
Here are some facts; that I Pray that you will would take time to cogitate; the drug wars has produced profoundly unequal outcomes across racial groups, manifested through racial discrimination by law enforcement and disproportionate drug war misery suffered by communities of color. Although rates of drug use and selling are comparable across racial lines, people of color are far more likely to be stopped, searched, arrested, prosecuted, convicted and incarcerated for drug law violations than are whites.
Higher arrest and incarceration rates for African Americans and Latinos are not reflective of increased prevalence of drug use or sales in these communities, but rather of a law enforcement focus on urban areas, on lower-income communities and on communities of color as well as inequitable treatment by the criminal justice system. We believe that the mass criminalization of people of color, particularly young African American men, is as profound a system of racial control as the Jim Crow laws were in this country until the mid-1960s.
The problem with Gangs and the Violence, taking place across America is much deeper than what is seen at the surface of any of the conversations that is being discussed in institutional systems, right now. There still isn’t a willingness of public officials Black or White to take accountability and/or responsibility for the shortcomings of the Leaders/Politicians of the Communities that they serve. We, must start with Real Talk about The Leaders! If you are calling yourself a Leader and No One is Following ~ Are You a Leader?
My Prayers to all of my Henderson Family & Friends who are living thru this unfortunate and devastating storm. I know that this city will get through this and repair and/or re-build any of the damaged areas.
Storms dropped a massive amount of rain as they passed over East Texas, so fast the water had nowhere to go. In Henderson, TX An emergency shelter has been set up at Henderson Civic Center on Highway 64 for anyone displaced in Monday's storms, according to the Rusk County Office of Emergency Management.
The Emergency Operations Center has been activated in the City of Henderson. We have reports of substantial damage in the downtown area. Henderson ISD has canceled classes Tuesday. The Rusk County Office of Emergency Management discourages travel in Henderson or Rusk County. They are reporting hazardous road conditions created by trees, downed power lines and debris.
"I also know that those living and/or working in the Henderson. Rusk County 'East Texas' area will work together to help those devastated, affected and or in need; as, a result of the storm. I have contacted my friends in Washington, D.C. (even on the Holiday) and am being told that once the Texas Governor declares a State of Emergency, FEMA resources are available in short order," Said, Archbishop Guillory, who also serves the Ombudsman General to National Ombudsman / Ombudsman International www.SaveAmericaFoundation.Org
Update May 29, 2015
Multiple East Texas counties have been added to the state's disaster declaration list, announced Governor Greg Abbott Friday.
Twenty-four counties were added, bringing the total number to 70.
The counties added to the declaration are: Angelina, Burleson, Cherokee, Edwards, Ellis, Fayette, Gillespie, Kaufman, Lamar, Liberty, Leon, Lynn, Madison, Milam, Real, Refugio, Rusk, Sabine, Travis, Tyler, Uvalde, Victoria, Waller and Wharton. Additional counties may be added as the situation develops.
“The large number of Texas counties currently experiencing a state of disaster is an indication of how severe this ongoing weather situation is, and I cannot emphasize enough how important it is for everyone to heed local officials’ warnings,” said Governor Abbott. “Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with all those affected, and I strongly urge all Texans to take all precautions to protect themselves and their families and neighbors.”
Texans are encouraged to follow these safety tips during this weather event:
When severe storms threaten, the safest place to be is indoors.
Avoid areas already flooded and avoid any fast-flowing water.
Be extremely cautious of any water on roads or in creeks, streams, storm drains or other areas – never attempt to cross flowing streams or drive across flooded roadways and observe road barricades placed for your protection.
Remember that dangerous waters can seem deceptively calm, and if you encounter flooding, move to higher ground.
Monitor weather radios and news broadcasts for updated information on current and anticipated severe weather in your area.
Keep in mind that flood dangers are even harder to recognize at night.
· Be mindful that rising and moving water can also threaten people on foot and individuals near recreational waterways impacted by significant rainfall.
Monitor weather radios and news broadcasts for updated information on current and anticipated severe weather in your area.
Stay informed and heed warnings by local officials.
For additional safety tips related to tornadoes, thunderstorms and flooding, see: http://dps.texas.gov/dem/ThreatAwareness/weather_aware_severe.htm
The American Red Cross has established the following website for individuals in impacted areas: https://safeandwell.communityos.org/cms/index.php
The following resources are involved in the state’s continued response to this weather event:
Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS): Assisting with reconnaissance, search and rescue efforts, and providing personnel and resources as needed.
Texas Parks & Wildlife Department (TPWD): Conducting search and rescue missions during flash flooding/water incidents in affected areas.
Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS): DSHS have mobilized resources, equipment and personnel to provide medical assistance as needed.
Texas Military Forces (TMF): TMF has deployed aircraft and high-profile vehicles, and continues providing assistance with search and rescue missions as needed.
Texas Task Force 1 (TTF1): Air and boat rescue squads have been deployed for search and rescue missions as needed.
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ): Continues to monitor dams and river levels in the affected areas.
Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT): Crews have deployed resources to address flooding conditions and debris cleanup impacting roadways.
Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUC): Personnel continue to work with utility companies to resolve power/utility issues.
Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA): Assisting communities to apply for funds administered by TDA that will help with storm cleanup and rebuilding.
Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters (VOAD): Organizations continue to provide shelter and other mass care needs as requested.
Additional partners and resources include: Texas A&M Forest Service; Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service; Civil Air Patrol; Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs; Texas Department of Criminal Justice; Texas General Land Office; Texas Health and Human Services Commission; Texas Department of Insurance; Railroad Commission of Texas; Texas Education Agency; Department of Aging and Disability Services; Department of Family and Protective Services; Texas Workforce Commission; Texas Animal Health Commission; Texas 2-1-1; and Texas Department of Information Resources.
Desirae is 32, Deondra 31, and Melody 27. Each was first molested by their father before the age of 14.
Until just a few years ago, the sisters had never revealed the abuse even to each other. “Pedophiles are so skilled at isolating their victims—making you feel like you are the only one in the world and you can’t talk to anyone about this,” Desirae said in an exclusive interview, the first time the daughters have spoken publicly about their ordeal. She and Deondra met with me in Alpine, Utah, the small city in which they were reared, along with their two brothers, in a close-knit Mormon community. The brothers, Greg and Ryan, were also present, while Melody, although deeply supportive of her sisters, chose not to participate in the interview. Desirae and Deondra said they didn’t want to speak about their mother, Lisa, who is still married to their father. But they were willing and indeed determined to talk about their father, Keith Brown, who is serving a term of 10 years to life in a prison facility just a short drive from where we had arranged to meet. The daughters said they hope their story will reassure other victims of child sexual abuse that they are not alone—and that what happened is not their fault.
“I was worried our family would get torn apart,” Desirae recalled of her adolescent sense of powerlessness and desperation. “Even as a kid, you realize if your parents go to prison you are going to be put in foster care, and I didn’t want to be taken away from my siblings. It all seems so scary, and so it paralyzes you.” “It is a part of you that becomes damaged—you just shove it away into some back closet somewhere and you try to move on with your life,” said Deondra.
Brown was a textbook example of an “opportunistic situational sex offender,” according to Deputy Utah County Attorney Dave Sturgill, who prosecuted the patriarch. “They will go after whomever they think is vulnerable and won’t disclose the abuse,” Sturgill said. “It’s a ‘grooming’ process, where they take the time to see how the kid will respond and in the process become more and more intimate. Sex abuse is a crime of secrecy.”
What are the first three facts you can tell others? Fact one: Today, 95 percent of child molestation can be prevented. We have the knowledge to stop it. Fact two: Today, living in the United States, there are 39 million adults who have survived child sexual abuse. Fact three: Today, more than three million American children are victims. Most of them are children, struggling alone, believing there is no adult who can help them. To help prevent child molestation from happening to the children closest to you, begin by telling others the basic facts.
But why you? Shouldn't stopping sexual abuse be left to professionals - physicians and therapists? Better yet, shouldn't the police and the courts take care of it? Professionals - physicians and therapists - can never put an end to sexual abuse; neither can the police or the courts. Why? Because they come on the scene too late. By the time they get there, the children have already been molested. Only you can get there in time. There's a bigger reason why the professionals and the courts can't put an end to sexual abuse. They have no permission to talk to a child about sex - unless, of course, they talk to the child after the fact, after the child has already been sexually abused or has abused another child. Only you can talk to your children before anything happens, before any damage is done - to anyone.
Not In My Family What if you are certain there has never been a child molester or a molested child in your family? You are probably wrong.
Unfortunately, most of today's children will never tell. They feel ashamed that this has happened to them. They are protecting their abuser because he or she is part of their family. They are protecting other members of their family - saving them from the pain of knowing.
In spite of the millions of victims in our families, many people stick to their mistaken belief that child molestation has nothing to do with them. An estimated one in 20 teenage boys and adult men sexually abuse children, and an estimated one teenage girl or adult woman in every 3,300 females molests children. Although that's well over five million people, most families mistakenly believe that as far as molesters go, there has never been one in their family, and what's more, there never will be. Add together the child victims, the adult survivors, and the abusers, and that's 15 out of every 100 Americans who have been either a molested child or a molester.
To help prevent child molestation from happening to the children closest to you, begin by telling others the basic facts.
We Start By Speaking The Same Language If we're going to work together to stop child sexual abuse, we have to speak the same language. We have to mean the same thing when we say "child molester," "child molestation," and even "child."
Moreover, all of us have to understand the basic facts: What exactly is child molestation? How many of our children are sexually abused? How seriously are they damaged? What are the characteristics of a child molester? What causes someone to sexually abuse a child? Which of our children are most at risk?
A child molester is any older child or adult who touches a child for his or her own sexual gratification. Child molestation is the act of sexually touching a child. A child is a girl or boy who is 13 years of age or younger. What's the age difference between a molester and a child? It is five years, so a 14-year-old "older child" sexually touching a nine-year-old is an example. This is the accepted medical definition.
Sometimes, a professional will consider that a molestation act has occurred when the older child is only three years older - a sixth-grader with a third-grader, for instance. The crucial element here is the lack of equality between the two children; the sixth grader is clearly bigger, more powerful, and more "adult-like" than the third-grader. We avoid definitions that are ambiguous by sticking to the medical definition. We define "child molester" as an adult or child, who is at least five years older than the child he or she has molested.
Telling Others The Facts If we're going to protect our children from sexual abuse, all of us have to understand exactly what we mean by the act of sexual abuse. Why? Because one of the greatest obstacles we face is people's fear of the facts about child molestation. For instance, some people who have no idea that sexual touch is vastly different from hugging are afraid to hug a child - especially one who isn't theirs - because someone might think they are child molesters. You can calm their fears by telling them this fact: Hugging is not molesting. Sexual touch is when an adult fondles the child's chest, buttocks, or genitals with the direct purpose of sexually exciting himself or the child. Can you tell your husband that fact? Can you tell your sister, your cousin, or your best friend? If you can, then you can easily tell others all the rest of the facts.
The less people know, the more anxiety they feel, and the more they want to run away or pretend that today's estimated three million sexually abused children don't exist. Every fact has a calming effect. By telling the people closest to you the facts, you can help those same people become strong adult protectors of the children closest to you. How Many Children Are Sexually Abused? Three million children! I don't believe it. How can you possibly know that there are exactly three million child victims?" As you begin to tell others the facts, this is the first question they may ask you. The answer: Of course, we don't know exactly.
Children seldom tell. Those millions of children are a secret. They are the secret in family after family after family. Even adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse seldom tell. What we do know from studies of adult men and women is that the number is at least three million. At least three million children are molested before they finish their 13th year. In 1998, there were 103,000 reported and confirmed cases of child molestation. For comparison, at the height of the polio epidemic that struck children in the 1950s, there were 21,000 cases reported in a year. For rubella, there were 57,000 cases reported. For child molestation, those numbers of reported and confirmed molestations are only the tip of the iceberg. For every case reported there are at least two and maybe three more cases that never get reported.
That's why we may never know the exact number of child victims. We do know that if we use the conservative estimate that two in every ten little girls and one in every ten little boys are victims (based on the population reported in the 1999 U.S. Census statistical abstract) well over three million children are victims.
Take a moment to think about that. Three million children is a staggering number of children. That's 46 National Football League stadiums packed with children who are, today, being sexually abused, and who believe they have no adult to go to for help.
The Ombudsman General, 'Stands' today against those who use the Internet to spread Hate. "Most of these people believe that they have a right and a duty to attack Black Men regardless to the validity of their evidence to which they base their attacks." "President Barack Obama and his family have received more Hate mail and racist Cyber Bulling than any other White House Family in the history of America." Said the Ombudsman General.
In fact, Just last week if you typed "Nigger House" in a Google search you would receive a map and picture of the White House in Washington, D.C. Google has publicly apologized for racist 'Nigger House' search that takes users to White House.
Racist Cyber Bulling, is most commonly defined as racism which occurs in the cyber world. This includes racism which occurs on the internet such as racist websites, images, blogs, videos and online comments as well as racist comments, images or language in text messages, emails or on social networking sites. There are internet bloggers who hack into web accounts and spread hate via other unsuspected unknowing citizens accounts.
Cyber racism is a form of racism. Online activities or published material that result in offensive comments in relation to a persons race, color or national or ethnic origin, have the same effect as similar offline activities. Cyber racism may present as racial hatred or cyber bullying.
Cyber racism - a form of racial hatred
In law, racism in online public spaces is referred to as racial hatred and/or vilification and as such racial hatred laws apply.
Cyber racism - a form of cyber bullying
Cyber bullying is commonly defined as the use of information and communication technologies to support repeated and deliberate hostile behaviour intended to harm others. It is sometimes used as an extension of other forms of bullying, and can result in the target of bullying experiencing social, psychological, physical and academic difficulties. Cyber bullying that is racially offensive or racist in nature is referred to as cyber racism.
The nature of rapidly developing technologies means that areas that were once considered private spaces are now public. The increased use of internet and the development of social networking sites and maps, for example, mean that comments classified as ‘racist’, typically between one person and another, can now be sent to thousands of people within seconds. This has more serious consequences for the target of the racist behavior.
In addition, the increased use and accessibility of technology means that everyone can self-publish on the internet. This has inevitably led to many websites that are factually incorrect. It has also led to the development of web content that is racially motivated. The increased use of web 2.0 technologies (Facebook, Twitter and Youtube) has also provided forums for racist material.
John Edward Kurian Jr., 'Citizen X" with his 29 followers and 109 fb friends ~ now a would be Internet Talk Show host, has targeted me regarding web blogger David Bellow and others who have in the past attacked on me for my Public Support to President Barack Obama. I Stand to Fight You and others who; as, cowards use computers as hate machines pushing out fake blog messages to look like news reports. I stand on my work and I understand there will always be white men like you who want Black Men to take a seat and allow the world to forget what you 'White Men' and your 'Ancestors have done to the African Slaves and now to the Black Families in America.
I stand to say: "Go To Hell" I am not afraid of you because you hide your face under sheets and write lies under the cover of being a concerned Citizen X. I want the world to know I am not going to ignore your racist position; that, I or any Black man owe you the time of day; to answer any questions that you have. I know that you want to use me to get attention from other hate groups. And, you're doing the work of those evil bigots that have always came in the night to destroy and distract! I See you for what you are "Bigots and Governmental Obstructionist!"
This Guy John Edward Kurian Jr., who hides in the woods in East Bend, North Carolina and we're told; has sex with his kids, is upset that I will not give him the time of day! East Bend, North Carolina East Bend is a town in northeastern Yadkin County, North Carolina, United States. The population was 612 at the 2010 census
I ask where is your office, how many people have you helped; that I can talk to? When was the last time that you have been out of the woods to get on the front lines to help fight for a positive change. You are the coward that sits on you ass and blame the Black man for the lost of jobs. But, in fact; it is bigots like you that have continued to keep the hate growing by keeping the Citizens infighting. That is what has caused other countries to move past this one in nearly every industry that once made america what it was.
John Edward Kurian Jr., re-posted hateful information about me in an effort to cause my name and work to come in to question. Let me clear a few things up since you asked. Hagerstown, MD Yes, I was there and I fought the City, County, the racist local newspaper and the police. When I got there in 2004 Washington County; there had never been an elected Black person to any City or County Elected Public office. I fought and after two years Hagerstown city residents elected its first Black to the Hagerstown City Council.
By Elizabeth Williamson
Washington Post Staff Writer Sunday, May 22, 2005 HAGERSTOWN, Md. -- In a downtown conference room here last week, election officials tore open the last absentee ballot, announced the vote totals and gave the black community its first-ever voice in city hall. Alesia Parson, a Hagerstown-born local columnist, had won her City Council seat by 31 votes. In a campaign marred by hate mail, threats and the city's rejection of a plan to name a main street for baseball legend Willie Mays, she won.
John Edward Kurian Jr., seemed happy to write on Facebook as a coward hiding your face and identity as you choose to use Citizens X and you re-posted blogger David Bellow's post that he wrote while I was in fighting in Jasper, Texas. Here is a few facts in that story that you bigots hate to report! The outcome: Former Jasper Police Chief Rodney Pearson has agreed to an $831,000 settlement in a federal discrimination lawsuit he brought against the East Texas town and its mayor after his 2012 firing, according to a statement issued by his lawyers Thursday.
Pearson became Jasper's first black police chief in 2011. The landmark was of special significance in the town where the brutal hate crime killing of James Byrd Jr. took place in 1998. Appointed by a majority black city council, Pearson was fired after 16 months in office, after a largely white group of residents mounted an effort to recall black council members. After they succeeded, one of the new, and now majority white, city council's first acts was a vote to terminate Pearson, saying that he was never qualified to hold the job. The Main Blogger on this matter was the Mayor's pal David Bellow.
The evidence in the case showed that Mayor Mike Lout used the local radio station he owns to "systematically cherry [pick] negative components from Chief Pearson's file to portray him as a thief and a criminal in an attempt to stoke racial animosity in the community," Pearson's lawyers said in a written statement. That also included developing a rigged scorecard ranking system to prove Pearson was inferior to other police chief candidates and hiring a private investigator to uncover details from Pearson's past, according to his lawyers. As The Texas Tribune reported in 2012, the recall campaign turned particularly nasty on social media, including a widely viewed Facebook comment from the leader of the recall effort, using a racial slur to refer to black city council members. He also circulated an image of a Photo-shopped Trojan condom advertisement in which Pearson’s headshot appeared between pictures of President Obama and Michelle Obama and two black Jasper City Council members. Underneath it said: “Could things have turned out better ... had their parents listened????”