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Saturday, December 9, 2017

PROPHECY CHURCH: Child Killers- The plot to destroy Male Female relations while they sacrifice your babies to Lucifer. MAIN


Sirach 4:10 “Be as a father unto the fatherless, and instead of an husband unto their mother: so shalt thou be as the son of the most High, and he shall love thee more than thy mother doth.” A Conspiracy is afoot to totally destroy Male/Female Human Relations to the point to where we will no longer be interested in each other, while our children become wards of the state.



 BOYFRIEND OF BABY MOMMA CONVICTED FOR KILLING, TORTURING 8 YEAR OLD TO DEATH. 
LA TIMES
Brittny Mejia and Victoria KimContact Reporters

 A 37-year-old man accused of torturing and beating his girlfriend’s 8-year-old son to death in a case that prompted far-reaching reforms of the county’s child welfare system was convicted Wednesday of first-degree murder. Jurors deliberated for about six hours before returning the verdict against Isauro Aguirre, also finding true a special allegation that the murder was committed with the infliction of torture.

 The jury must next determine whether Aguirre should be sentenced to death for the May 2013 death of Gabriel Fernandez, who was found unconscious with a cracked skull, three broken ribs and BB pellets embedded in his lung and groin when paramedics reached him at his Palmdale home. He was declared brain-dead and taken off life support two days later. Prosecutors will begin presenting evidence in the penalty phase of the trial on Nov. 27. The boy’s mother, Pearl Sinthia Fernandez, is facing a separate trial. She has pleaded not guilty to murder. Following the verdict, Deputy Dist. Atty. Jonathan Hatami embraced Gabriel’s father. In a press conference, the prosecutor grew emotional recounting the moment. “I’m a dad and, you know, he’s a dad,” Hatami said, wiping away tears in his eyes. “It’s just two dads, and two humans in the community, just sharing the fact that maybe there was some justice.” The prosecutor told jurors in closing arguments this week that the 6-foot-2, 270-pound Aguirre clearly enjoyed torturing the small boy and had systematically brutalized him in the months leading to his death, forcing him to eat cat litter and feces and making him sleep bound and gagged in a small cabinet overnight. Hatami said Aguirre couldn’t blame either drugs or mental health problems for his actions, and he added that Aguirre hated Gabriel because he suspected the boy was gay. Isauro Aguirre, who was convicted of murder in the fatal beating of his girlfriend's son, 8-year-old Gabriel Fernandez, listens to guilty verdict. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times) “This was intentional murder by torture,” Hatami told jurors. Aguirre took steps to cover up evidence of the ongoing abuse at the home before calling 911 to report that Gabriel had stopped breathing, the prosecutor said. The boy’s horrific death led to unprecedented criminal charges against L.A. County social workers who allowed Gabriel to remain at the home despite six investigations of the mother and numerous reports of the boy’s injuries. Sheriff’s deputies also visited the home multiple times in the months before the killing, and prosecutors said in court papers that some of the deputies were later disciplined in connection with Gabriel’s death.

Hatami told jurors that they now had the chance to do right by the boy after so many had failed him. 4 L.A. County social workers to face trial in horrific death of 8-year-old boy “The social workers had a chance. The school officials had a chance. The deputies had a chance,” he said. “Now it’s up to you…. What are you going to do?” Aguirre’s defense attorney asked the jury to set aside their “complete horror” at what was done to the boy and recognize that his client never intended to kill Gabriel. He argued that because Aguirre brutalized the boy during a fit of rage, he was guilty of second-degree, not first-degree, murder. “He was completely out of control,” said Deputy Public Defender Michael Sklar. The attorney said that it was the boy’s mother who was responsible for much of the abuse, including shooting him with a BB gun and hitting him with a belt, and that Aguirre had attempted to perform CPR to revive Gabriel before paramedics arrived. Sklar said Aguirre was himself a victim of abuse at the hands of his own mother, who disciplined him with cords and by burning him with cigarettes. He played for jurors the man’s tearful interview with sheriff’s deputies. In his emotional news conference after the verdict, Hatami described himself as a survivor of child abuse when he was 4 and 5 years old. “I’m involved in child abuse cases because I’m passionate about those cases, because I believe children need somebody to fight for them,” the prosecutor said. “And I think that being a victim of child abuse, you feel powerless and no one’s there to help you. People need to fight for children and others who can’t fight for themselves.” Gabriel’s killing galvanized calls for reforms in the way the county oversees abused and neglected children. A blue-ribbon commission set up by the county Board of Supervisors recommended “a fundamental transformation of the current child protection system.” The board responded by setting up a new agency, the Office of Child Protection, which is charged with improving how children are treated. Sheriff’s Det. Tim O’Quinn said there also had been changes within the Sheriff’s Department as a result of the case and others like it. O’Quinn said that reports taken by patrol deputies are more extensive now and that there is better handling and tracking of those reports. “The ultimate goal is that no child case should ever fall through any crack whatsoever,” O’Quinn said. “And I think we’ve seen some extremely good changes as a result.” Amanda Nevarez, a friend of a cousin of Gabriel’s, praised the prosecutor after the verdict. “It’s a hard feeling, because it’s very emotional, because it’s not quite a win,” she said. “The win would have been Gabriel still alive, but … we no longer have to worry about this particular person out on the streets doing this to another child.” Mother's boyfriend guilty of murder in torture death of 8-year-old Palmdale boy Deputy District Attorney Jonathan Hatami discusses guilty verdict. (Video by Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)


 2 ESDRAS 10:22, 2 KINGS 23:13= SATANIC MOLECH CHILD SEXUAL SACRIFICE CHILD DEFILEMENT: Mariah Woods was sexually abused by mom's boyfriend before death, court documents say A man accused of killing his girlfriend’s daughter sexually abused the 3-year-old North Carolina girl before her death, court documents provided by the family show. 

Onslow County Sheriff’s Office announced on Wednesday the remains found in a creek last week were of Mariah Woods, who was reported missing by her mother five days before the gruesome discovery, FOX8 reported. Earl Kimrey, the live-in boyfriend of Woods’ mother, was arrested and charged with concealing the death the day before the body was found. earl kimrey Earl Kimrey was arrested hours before Mariah Woods' body was found in a creek. (Onslow County Sheriff’s Office) Kimrey allegedly sexually abused Woods and her two younger brothers, police said. He also hit “both the [boys] with a belt” that caused a bloody nose to one of them, according to court documents provided to the Jacksonville Daily News by Mariah’s biological father, Alex Woods. One of the boys told investigators they saw Kimrey allegedly sexually abusing Woods. Mariah’s mother knew about the alleged abuse and Kimrey’s drug use, according to court documents. “The respondent mother [Kristy Woods] failed to protect the juveniles from discipline by Mr. Kimrey,” the court documents said. “The respondent parents have a history of exposing the juveniles to adult situations and conversation during their ongoing custody battle.” It’s still unclear what caused the 3-year-old’s death, but an arrest warrant for Kimrey said the live-in boyfriend “did conceal Mariah Woods' death and body, knowing that Mariah Woods died from unnatural causes,” according to FOX8. He then “secretly disposed of the dead child’s body.” FILE - This image released by the FBI shows the seeking information poster for Mariah Woods. The FBI says more than 700 people came to join in the search for Woods, a missing North Carolina child. A statement from the FBI said Friday, Dec. 1, 2017 initial search finished more quickly than anticipated because of the number of people who turned out. Authorities have been searching for 3-year-old Woods, who was reported missing from her home on Monday. (FBI via AP, File) Authorities in North Carolina have positively identified the body of a 3-year-old girl who was reported missing from her home 10 days ago. (FBI)


 Man suspected of killing toddler in SeaTac 
By: Deedee Sun
SEATAC, Wash. -
KIRO 7 SEATTLE
A 2-year-old boy is dead, and the man who was watching him faced a judge for the crime Thursday. King County prosecutors believe that child was murdered by his mother's boyfriend. The suspect has not been charged yet, but the prosecutor said in court Thursday, based on the toddler's “deeply disturbing” injuries detailed in prosecuting documents, it was clear what happened Sunday was not the first time the boy had been hurt. The prosecutor is recommending second-degree murder charges for the suspect, 24-year-old D'Andre Glaspy. The victim’s family identifies the baby killed as 2 1/2-year-old Moses Ausler. He died in Seatac Sunday. His great-aunt, Erin Torres, talked with KIRO 7 on the phone Sunday. “He was just a bright, intelligent little boy, he loved to read books on his own,” Torres said. “Always had a smile, always.” His family and court documents say Glaspy was taking care of Moses Sunday. The documents say he was the one who called 911. Torres says their family found out something was wrong with a text. “This monster texted my niece while she was at work. And just said, ‘Your son's not breathing,’” Torres said. When first responders got on-scene, they found the baby was bleeding and had severe bruising all over his face, arms, chest, sides, legs, and back. The documents say the King County Medical Examiner found the boy had suffered six or more blows to the top of his head and “a number of healed or partially healed injuries including broken bones in both arms, a wrist, and rib fractures." His family is beyond heartbroken. “We weren't even aware. I talked to my niece, I was like, 'Did you ever feel like he was abusive to him?’ And she was like, ‘No, never auntie, never in front of me,’” Torres said. She says Moses was always loving toward everyone and never cried or complained he was hurting. The family also set up a GoFundMe page to help with funeral costs. A King County judge set Glaspy's bail for $1 million. The suspect will be charged in Kent Friday afternoon.


 Luca Sholey with his mother, Melissa Wolfe. Luca’s death is under investigation after he was found unresponsive while in the care of his mother’s then boyfriend. Luca Sholey with his mother, Melissa Wolfe. Luca’s death is under investigation after he was found unresponsive while in the care of his mother’s then boyfriend. Provided photo CRIME Mom’s boyfriend charged with killing 1-year-old boy 
BRADENTON.COM


BY RYAN CALLIHAN GOOGLE+ PINTEREST REDDIT PRINT ORDER REPRINT OF THIS STORY OCTOBER 12, 2017 02:56 PM UPDATED OCTOBER 12, 2017 05:47 PM HOLMES BEACH A man who was caring for his girlfriend’s 17-month-old son has been charged with killing the child. The child, Luca Sholey, was found unresponsive Aug. 21 while under the supervision of his mother’s boyfriend, according to Holmes Beach police. Police said the child’s body showed numerous signs of abuse. David Vickers, 31, who was released from prison in May, already was back in jail Thursday on drug and theft-related charges. He was booked Wednesday on charges of second-degree murder and aggravated child abuse. David VickersVickers often stayed at home to baby-sit the child while the mother, Melissa Wolfe, worked two jobs seven days a week, according to investigators. David Vickers, 31, is charged with second-degree murder and aggravated child abuse. Manatee County Sheriff’s Office Luca was pronounced dead on Aug. 25, four days after Vickers called his girlfriend to tell her that she needed to come home in the 200 block of Peacock Lane because her little boy wasn’t breathing. Luca was taken to Blake Medical Center and then airlifted in critical condition to Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg. Luca’s death is believed to have been caused by asphyxiation. According to the Holmes Beach Police Department, Vickers was in possession of multiple photos and three videos that are believed to have been taken shortly after Luca was abused on numerous occasions. One of the videos is 48 seconds long and depicts Luca “lying on his back on a mattress in significant respiratory distress,” an arrest report states. Police questioned Vickers about the video, which he admitted that he took on Aug. 18, according to police. Vickers said he found Luca that way and wanted to document the event for Luca’s mother, but he didn’t attempt to call 911 at the time. According to an affidavit, Vickers said he handled the situation “poorly” and had used heroin earlier that day. During the investigation, detectives found Luca was frequently abused. Medical examiners found evidence of six rib fractures in separate stages of healing. Two of them appeared to have happened about 10 days before Luca was pronounced dead. Luca had recently been diagnosed with pink eye and thrush, an infection that allows a white rash to grow in the mouth. Both conditions were found to be misdiagnosed. Luca’s pink eye and thrush were both determined to be caused by trauma to the eye and upper lip. Luca’s other injuries include bruising to the chest, a possibly fractured thumb, a thin hemorrhage in the brain and a liver injury. An autopsy confirmed that Luca’s brain was swollen and that he had various stages of broken ribs, but further tests were required to determine the cause of death, according to police reports. Vickers claimed that on the night of Aug. 21, the boy had fallen down the stairs while playing with his sister and hit his head, ultimately developing a brain injury. At 8:40 p.m., Vickers said he placed Luca down in bed on his back, then came back an hour later to find him face down in a pillow and beginning to turn blue. Vickers then called Luca’s mother and 911. Medical experts say it would have been impossible for Luca to turn over on his own, as he would have been unconscious from the injury he suffered, according to police reports. Doctors pronounced Luca brain dead on Aug. 25, but his parents kept him alive long enough to have his organs donated to those in need. Eric Sholey, Luca’s father, said his son’s organs saved the lives of two little girls and a 54-year-old man. Vickers served a prison sentence from September 2014 until May 18 of this year after he was convicted of trafficking stolen property and defrauding a pawn broker. Vickers is currently in Manatee County jail and being held without bond. The Holmes Beach Police Department worked with the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office to conduct the criminal investigation. Another investigation is being handled by the sheriff’s office Child Protection Investigative Division, which handles all child welfare cases for the Florida Department of Children and Families in Manatee County.

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