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California torture house: Louise Turpin’s sister said sibling experimented with religion, sex by Kalhan Rosenblatt


California torture house: Louise Turpin’s sister said sibling experimented with religion, sex
by Kalhan Rosenblatt

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Louise Turpin’s sister: Louise and David are dead to me https://www.today.com/video/louise-turpin-s-sister-louise-and-david-are-dead-to-me-1142596163911 via @nbcnews  video

It was later in their lives that the California parents accused of torturing their 13 children began experimenting with different religions and started to “sow those wild oats” with bizarre sexual exploration, according to a family member.
In an interview on NBC’s “Megyn Kelly Today,” Teresa Robinette, described how her sister, Louise Anna Turpin, seemed to live an idyllic life with her husband, David Allen Turpin, at first in Texas and later in California, before it came to light that the couple had allegedly choked, tortured and starved their children.
She also described how many of her relatives, including Louise Turpin and herself, were sexually abused by a close family member.
Robinette, who has been in touch with detectives but has not yet spoken with her nieces and nephews, recalled how David Turpin appeared to have some wealth and kept the family in good homes and cars and kept season passes to Disneyland.
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“Every time I was on the phone with Louise it was always perfect,” Robinette said.
For years, Robinette said her family visited Louise and went on trips to Disneyland, but as time went on, her older sister grew distant and the trips stopped.
After that, Robinette kept in touch with her sister’s family via Skype. She said she felt something was amiss when the children were only allowed to speak one at a time.
Related: California torture house where 13 starving ‘kids’ found had not been inspected, officials say
“I always even said I think those children are very book smart, but I was worried because they were home-schooled,” Robinette said. “Because they didn’t hold a conversation well, I was always concerned that they weren’t going to be socially developed.”
Robinette said that about eight years ago, she was no longer able to Skype with her nieces and nephews.
Around the time that Louise Turpin turned 40, Robinette also said her sibling confided in her that the family had stopped attending church.

“She thought it was cool that they had quit going to church, and that they were — didn’t trust the church anymore — and they were experimenting with different religions.
“And at the time she told me that her and David, the older children were helping her take care of the younger children, so her and David could kind of sow those wild oats that they didn’t sow when she was younger,” Robinette said.
Related: California torture house: Teen who escaped overcame tremendous odds
Louise Turpin, who had never smoked or drank, began going to bars and getting drunk with her husband, Robinette said. At one point, the couple contacted a man online and met him in Huntsville, Alabama, so Louise could have sex with him, Robinette said.
A year later, the couple returned to the same hotel room in Huntsville to have sex in the same room, Robinette said, adding that she’s unsure if her sister told anyone else about the encounter.
Robinette also described sexual abuses she and her sister, mother and cousins endured at the hands of a family member.
“He abused my mother and sexually abused my mother, and then me, Louise, Elizabeth, and a few of our cousins in the family. That was a situation that was ongoing for me and my sister,” Robinette said as tears rolled down her cheeks. She said the sexual abuse was always “a big secret” in the family.

David Turpin, second right, and Louise Turpin, left, appear in court for their arraignment in Riverside, California on Jan. 18, 2018. Terry Pierson / Pool via Reuters
Related: California torture house: 13 siblings allowed to eat once a day, shower once a year
Robinette said she hopes to visit her nieces and nephews in California and tell them they still have “family that is not deranged.”
Robinette said she will not be extending the same warmth to her sister.
“Louise no longer exists to me,” she said. “She and David are dead to me.”

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/california-torture-house-louise-turpin-s-sister-said-sibling-experimented-n839806


Skandal um Politiker: Es gibt mindestens 5 Opfer Je mehr Details rund um den Missbrauchsskandal eines niederösterreichischen SPÖ-Gemeindepolitikers bekannt werden, desto schrecklicher wird dieser Fall: Wie die Staatsanwaltschaft am Mittwoch gegenüber der “Krone” bestätigte, handelt es sich um weit mehr Opfer als ursprünglich angenommen. Mittlerweile belasten fünf Menschen den Mann schwer.


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Missbrauchsverdacht
31.01.2018 12:30
Skandal um Politiker: Es gibt mindestens 5 Opfer
Je mehr Details rund um den Missbrauchsskandal eines niederösterreichischen SPÖ-Gemeindepolitikers bekannt werden, desto schrecklicher wird dieser Fall: Wie die Staatsanwaltschaft am Mittwoch gegenüber der “Krone” bestätigte, handelt es sich um weit mehr Opfer als ursprünglich angenommen. Mittlerweile belasten fünf Menschen den Mann schwer.

 

Enkelkinder belasten Großvater schwer
Und diese bringen Unfassbares ans Tageslicht: Wie die Einvernahmen ergaben, belasten mittlerweile fünf Opfer den Verdächtigen schwer. Zwei seiner Enkelkinder, die heute im Teeangeralter sind, stellten den Ermittlern äußerst glaubhaft dar, von ihrem eigenen Großvater missbraucht worden zu sein. Auch eine Schulfreundin eines Enkerls wurde demnach Opfer des Politikers.

Zudem wird dem Mann vorgeworfen, zwei heute mittlerweile Erwachsene vor Jahren missbraucht zu haben. Diese Fälle gehen bis in die 1990er-Jahre zurück … Ob sich der Verdächtige auch an seinen eigenen Kinder vergangen hat, wird noch ermittelt.

 

Das dunkle Doppelleben des Mitte-50-Jährigen war aufgeflogen, weil sich eines seiner Missbrauchsopfer an seine Lehrerin wandte. Es soll sich dabei um eine Enkeltochter des Verdächtigen handeln.
Am vergangenen Donnerstag klickten daraufhin die Handschellen für den bislang in seiner Gemeinde angesehenen Politiker. Während der Beschuldigte, in dessen Haus dann auch noch NS-Devotionalien und verbotene Waffen gefunden wurden, seither in einer U-Haft-Zelle in St. Pölten sitzt und jeglichen Missbrauchsvorwurf vehement bestreitet, laufen die Ermittlungen auf Hochtouren.

 

Enkelkinder belasten Großvater schwer
Und diese bringen Unfassbares ans Tageslicht: Wie die Einvernahmen ergaben, belasten mittlerweile fünf Opfer den Verdächtigen schwer. Zwei seiner Enkelkinder, die heute im Teeangeralter sind, stellten den Ermittlern äußerst glaubhaft dar, von ihrem eigenen Großvater missbraucht worden zu sein. Auch eine Schulfreundin eines Enkerls wurde demnach Opfer des Politikers.

Zudem wird dem Mann vorgeworfen, zwei heute mittlerweile Erwachsene vor Jahren missbraucht zu haben. Diese Fälle gehen bis in die 1990er-Jahre zurück … Ob sich der Verdächtige auch an seinen eigenen Kinder vergangen hat, wird noch ermittelt.  —-http://www.krone.at/1628155

 


Kindesmissbrauch, Nazi-Kult: SPÖ-Politiker in Haft


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Ermittlungen in NÖ
29.01.2018 14:53

Kindesmissbrauch, Nazi-Kult: SPÖ-Politiker in Haft

SOURCE: MY FUNDUS CHILDRENINSHADOW

 

Kindesmissbrauch, Nazi-Kult: SPÖ-Politiker in Haft
Schwere Vorwürfe gegen einen Gemeindepolitiker in Niederösterreich: Am vergangenen Donnerstag wurde der Familienvater festgenommen. Der Vorwurf: mehrfacher schwerer sexueller Missbrauch von Minderjährigen. Bei den Opfern soll es sich um die eigenen Enkelkinder des rund 50-Jährigen handeln. Brisant: Zudem besteht der Verdacht der Wiederbetätigung nach dem Verbotsgesetz. …

http://www.krone.at/1626307


How brain scans can tackle the stigma behind mental illness New techniques may soon be able to identify children at increased genetic risk for psychiatric illnesses.


How brain scans can tackle the stigma behind mental illness
New techniques may soon be able to identify children at increased genetic risk for psychiatric illnesses.

 

This article is published in collaboration with
The Conversation
25 Oct 2017
David Rosenberg
Professor, Psychiatry and Neuroscience, Wayne State University

As a psychiatrist, I find that one of the hardest parts of my job is telling
Parents and their children that they are not to blame for their illness.
Children with emotional and behavioral problems continue to
suffer considerable Stigma.

Many in the medical community refer to them as “diagnostic and therapeutic orphans.”
Unfortunately, for many, access to high-quality mental health care remains elusive.
An accurate diagnosis is the best way to tell whether or not someone will respond well to treatment, though that can be far more complicated than it sounds.
I have written three textbooks about using medication in children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral problems. I know that this is never a decision to take lightly.
But there’s reason for hope. While not medically able to diagnose any psychiatric condition, dramatic advances in brain imaging, genetics and other technologies are helping us objectively identify mental illness.
Knowing the signs of sadness
All of us experience occasional sadness and anxiety, but persistent problems may be a sign of a deeper issue. Ongoing issues with sleeping, eating, weight, school and pathologic self-doubt may be signs of depression, anxiety or obsessive-compulsive disorder.

Separating out normal behavior from problematic behavior can be challenging. Emotional and behavior problems can also vary with age. For example, depression in pre-adolescent children occurs equally in boys and girls. During adolescence, however, depression rates increase much more dramatically in girls than in boysIt can be very hard for people to accept that they – or their family member – are not to blame for their mental illness. That’s partly because there are no current objective markers of psychiatric illness, making it difficult to pin down. Imagine diagnosing and treating cancer based on history alone. Inconceivable! But that is exactly what mental health professionals do every day. This can make it harder for parents and their children to accept that they don’t have control over the situation.
Fortunately, there are now excellent online tools that can help parents and their children screen for common mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, panic disorder and more.
Most important of all is making sure your child is assessed by a licensed mental health professional experienced in diagnosing and treating children. This is particularly important when medications that affect the child’s brain are being considered.

Seeing the problem

Thanks to recent developments in genetics, neuroimaging and the science of mental health, it’s becoming easier to characterize patients. New technologies may also make it easier to predict who is more likely to respond to a particular treatment or experience side effects from medication.

Our laboratory has used brain MRI studies to help unlock the underlying anatomy, chemistry and physiology underlying OCD. This repetitive, ritualistic illness – while sometimes used among laypeople to describe someone who is uptight – is actually a serious and often devastating behavioral illness that can paralyze children and their families.

Through sophisticated, high-field brain imaging techniques – such as fMRI and magnetic resonance spectroscopy – that have become available recently, we can actually measure the child brain to see malfunctioning areas.
We have found, for example, that children 8 to 19 years old with OCD never get the “all clear signal” from a part of the brain called the anterior cingulate cortex. This signal is essential to feeling safe and secure. That’s why, for example, people with OCD may continue checking that the door is locked or repeatedly wash their hands. They have striking brain abnormalities that appear to normalize with effective treatment.

We have also begun a pilot study with a pair of identical twins. One has OCD and the other does not. We found brain abnormalities in the affected twin, but not in the unaffected twin. Further study is clearly warranted, but the results fit the pattern we have found in larger studies of children with OCD before and after treatment as compared to children without OCD.
Exciting brain MRI and genetic findings are also being reported in childhood depression, non-OCD anxiety, bipolar disorder, ADHD and schizophrenia, among others.
Meanwhile, the field of psychiatry continues to grow. For example, new techniques may soon be able to identify children at increased genetic risk for psychiatric illnesses such as bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.
New, more sophisticated brain imaging and genetics technology actually allows doctors and scientists to see what is going on in a child’s brain and genes. For example, by using MRI, our laboratory discovered that the brain chemical glutamate, which serves as the brain’s “light switch,” plays a critical role in childhood OCD.

What a scan means
When I show families their child’s MRI brain scans, they often tell me they are relieved and reassured to “be able to see it.”
Children with mental illness continue to face enormous stigma. Often when they are hospitalized, families are frightened that others may find out. They may hesitate to let schools, employers or coaches know about a child’s mental illness. They often fear that other parents will not want to let their children spend too much time with a child who has been labeled mentally ill. Terms like “psycho” or “going mental” remain part of our everyday language.
The example I like to give is epilepsy. Epilepsy once had all the stigma that mental illness today has. In the Middle Ages, one was considered to be possessed by the devil. Then, more advanced thinking said that people with epilepsy were crazy. Who else would shake all over their body or urinate and defecate on themselves but a crazy person? Many patients with epilepsy were locked in lunatic asylums.
Then in 1924, psychiatrist Hans Berger discovered something called the electroencephalogram (EEG). This showed that epilepsy was caused by electrical abnormalities in the brain. The specific location of these abnormalities dictated not only the diagnosis but the appropriate treatment.

That is the goal of modern biological psychiatry: to unlock the mysteries of the brain’s chemistry, physiology and structure. This can help better diagnose and precisely treat childhood onset mental illness. Knowledge heals, informs and defeats ignorance and stigma every time.
:::https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2017/10/how-brain-scans-can-tackle-the-stigma-behind-mental-illness?
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WATCH: Indigenous Activists Call Out Trudeau For His Empty Words — Spencer Fernando |


More and more Canadians are realizing that there’s zero connection between what Trudeau says and what he actually does. Yesterday, Justin Trudeau spoke at a vigil marking missing and murdered Indigenous women awareness day. As usual, he gave his talking points and platitudes about how much he “cared.” And yet, now that he has actually……

via WATCH: Indigenous Activists Call Out Trudeau For His Empty Words — Spencer Fernando


Afghan Pedophiles Get Free Pass From U.S. Military, Report Says — Later On


Afghan Pedophiles Get Free Pass From U.S. Military, Report Says — Later OnRod Nordland reports in the NY Times: On 5,753 occasions from 2010 to 2016, the United States military reported accusations of “gross human rights abuses” by the Afghan military, including many examples of child sexual abuse. If true, American law required military aid to be cut off to the offending unit. Not once did that […]

via Afghan Pedophiles Get Free Pass From U.S. Military, Report Says — Later On


Children Who Get Flu Vaccine Have Three Times Risk Of Hospitalization For Flu, Study Suggests (2009 Requested Repost) — ClinicalNews


Date: May 20, 2009 Source: American Thoracic Society The inactivated flu vaccine does not appear to be effective in preventing influenza-related hospitalizations in children, especially the ones with asthma. In fact, children who get the flu vaccine are more at risk for hospitalization than their peers who do not get the vaccine, according to […]

via Children Who Get Flu Vaccine Have Three Times Risk Of Hospitalization For Flu, Study Suggests (2009 Requested Repost) — ClinicalNews


Australia´s Aboriginal Children – The World´s Highest Suicide Rate – I AM BLOGGING ABOUT THOSE ABOUT NO ONE SPEAKS


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Australia´s Aboriginal Children – The World´s Highest Suicide Rate

Australia’s Aboriginal children – The world’s highest suicide rate
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by Gerry Georgatos
I reblogged this article from (THANK YOU):
http://lateralloveaustralia.com/2013/03/06/australias-aboriginal-children-the-worlds-highest-suicide-rate/
February 27th, 2013
Photo – Brian Cassey
2012’s total spend on Aboriginal communities reached $25 billion yet Australia’s Aboriginal youth suicide rates remain high – cruelly disproportionate to the rest of the Australian population.
This horror is played out the world over for Indigenous peoples but Australia’s Aboriginal peoples are at the top of this tragic list.
In 2011 the United Nations State of Indigenous Peoples report found that the World’s Indigenous peoples made up one-third of the world’s poorest peoples.
Some of the reports alarming statistics include,

“In the United States, a Native American is 600 times more likely to contract tuberculosis and 62 per cent more likely to commit suicide than the general population. In Australia, an Indigenous child can expect to die 20 years earlier than his non-native compatriot. The life expectancy gap is also 20 years in Nepal, while in Guatemala it is 13 years and in New Zealand it is 11. In parts of Ecuador, indigenous people have 30 times greater risk of throat cancer than the national average. Suicide rates of indigenous peoples, particularly among youth, are considerably higher in many countries, for example, up to 11 times the national average for the Inuit in Canada.”

The Stringer has visited Aboriginal communities throughout north-western Australia –visiting the towns and communities with the worst suicide rates. The despair is evident throughout these communities.

In the Kimberley region – Western Australia’s tourist mecca, the Aboriginal homelessness rate is sky high – and in some of its towns the suicide rates are up to 100 times the national average.

In the Kimberley last year 40 young Aboriginal people took their lives.
Six of Mowanjum’s people took their lives – Mowanjum’s population is just under 300.
The tragedy is endemic throughout Australia – Last year a Northern Territory Select Committee on Youth Suicides tabled its report into youth suicide and found the obvious; that there are significantly higher rates of Aboriginal suicides when compared to the national average.

Between 2001 and 2006, the Northern Territory suicide rate for those aged 15 to 24 was 3.5 times that in the rest of the nation. The report highlighted the young ages at which Aboriginal youth were committing suicide – and the rise of young Aboriginal women suiciding.
“The suicide rate for Indigenous Territorians is particularly disturbing, with 75 per cent of suicides of children from 2007 to 2011 in the Territory being Aboriginal,” stated the report.

“For too many of our youth there is not enough hope to protect them from the impulse to end their lives.”

The suicide rate doubled for youth between ages 10 and 17 – up from 18.8 per cent to 30.1 per cent per 100,000 – in contrast to non-Aboriginal youth suicides which dropped from 4.1 per cent to 2.6 per cent.
The report highlighted the underlying causes to Aboriginal youth suicide as mental illness, substance abuses and sexual abuse trauma but failed to highlight acute poverty and a suite of rights denied to this day to Aboriginal peoples in many of these troubled communities – What is missing in many of these communities are the pathways and access to opportunities and to the benefits of education and hard work which the rest of Australia does have access to. These communities continue to be neglected by State and Federal Government jurisdictions and their agencies – services and layers of community infrastructure have not been grafted into these communities and instead they are dilapidated third-world environments.
The report found the rate of suicide among Aboriginal girls had increased- with girls now up to 40 per cent of suicides of children under 17.
Well known educationalist and researcher, Kabi Kabi Elder and Central Queensland University Bundaberg campus coordinator Cheri Yavu-Kama-Harathunian said she is devastated by the rising disenfranchisement of Aboriginal youth, and the world’s highest suicide rate – of Australia’s Aboriginal children.
“Across my desk came a study that reported ‘the number of completed Indigenous suicides (in the Kimberley) last year exceeded the Australian Defence Force fatalities in Afghanistan.’ I cannot comprehend this statement. It is too much,” said Mrs Yavu-Kamu-Harathunian.
Mrs Yavu-Kamu-Harathunian has a Bachelors in Applied Sciences, Indigenous and Community Health, with a major in mental health and counselling, and a Masters in Criminal Justice.
She asks what motivates our young people to disconnect from themselves and what motivates “our brothers and sisters to disconnect from themselves and then move into that helpless hope of perhaps finding themselves in their sleep of death.”
Western Australian Aboriginal communities, challenged only by communities in the Northern Territory and Queensland, have the highest suicide rates not only in the nation but in the world. Mowanjum and Derby have the highest Aboriginal youth suicide rates in Australia.
Mowanjum Council chairman, Gary Umbagai despairs at the rising death toll. “There is something dreadfully wrong in our community but what can we do?”
In Mowanjum alone, in January a 20 year old took his life while inebriated, and in March a 44 year old retrenched Aboriginal mine worker hung himself. Weeks later a young girl was found in the bush having taken her life.
In the Kimberley during those 12 months there had been 25 suicides, 21 in and around Derby and Mowanjum. More than the Australian Defence Forces fatalities in Afghanistan during the same period.
Mrs Yavu-Kamu-Harathunian said, “All around this community (Mowanjum) there is so much progress, production, affluence. What is this progress, this production, this affluence stealing from our people?”
“To read about this painful crisis, to recognise the layers of disconnection, the internal anguish, community sorrow, pain, trauma, suffering is like a microcosm of the inherent legacy of pain, torment, and suffering that our people are immersed in.”
“This is a culturally collective crisis, and it impacts upon all of us who say we are First Nations peoples. To think that his tiny little community possibly has the highest rates of suicide not just in Australia but in the world is insanity,” she said.
“I remember a beautiful strong Aboriginal woman from up Bardi Country way, Wendy, I respectfully do not use her surname here, mid 1990s, who developed for the first time in my lifetime, a great understanding of alcohol and its use and abuse amongst our people.”
“I remember her words of warning then, that because of the use of alcohol amongst our people, alcohol users would begin using at a younger and younger age. Her gravest concern way back then was about the rise in suicide,” said Mrs Yavu-Kama-Harathunian.
“We are now picking up the pieces of our loved ones.”
“How many suicides, how many more deaths will it take to open our eyes, and open our ears to the silent screaming that is coming from the hearts, and souls of those who are gone, and of those who grieve and keep screaming ‘Help…’”
In NSW, with Australia’s largest Indigenous population, the youth suicide rate is one in 100,000. In the Northern Territory, the rate is 30 deaths in 100,000. In the Kimberley, with an Indigenous population at 15,000, the rate is at a rate of 1 death in 1,200, over 80 per 100,000.
Stephen Nulgitt is from the community of Mowanjum. He works with Mowanjum’s youth to deliver pride in their cultural identity despite the neglects of mainstream Australia towards them. Mr Nulgitt’s younger brother was one of those six who took their lives last year.
“He was a happy little boy. A beautiful smile.”
That night after another brother’s birthday party Darren was found hanging from a tree.
Such is the despair in Mowanjum that no-one can see who is suffering, who is next to die.
“When you hold a lot of things inside, and you hold things in and you don’t talk to anyone, it just builds up into depression and anger,” said Mr Nulgitt.
The tree Darren hung himself from was cut down.
“My uncle came with a chainsaw and just took it away, because it kept affecting my mother.”
The tragedies are not limited to the victims of suicides – for every suicide there many more suicide attempts and self-harms. In 2011 In nearby Derby there were more than 60 Aboriginal people from the town and nearby communities such as Mowanjum who were admitted into Derby Hospital after trying to hang themselves, who self-harmed and as a result of substance abuses.
Mowanjum’s Community Director Eddie Bear said every loss is felt right throughout the community. “Everybody feels hurt, we all go through it.”
He worries so much about Mowanjum’s youth that when his young grandson goes bush he’ll follow him.
“When he takes off into the scrub, I will follow him and have a talk with him, sit with him there and talk.”
“You got to live life. You are only a young bloke.”
Mowanjum and Derby are typical of many remote communities where many children are not in school – what they see around them is dejection and despair; joblessness and aimlessness among their young adults gives them little incentive to believe in a school education. What they see depicted on television about the affluent communities and cities around Australia is not what they see in their communities.
“Poverty is a big issue.”
Mr Bear often sees the communities youth out of school, including his grandson Angelo.
“I tell Angelo, come here, why are you not in school?”
Mowanjum Community CEO Steve Austin said more needs to be done by the Government.
“Family structures are breaking down and the government agencies are not here to help them.”
“We are doing what we can to employ our people.”
Government support is needed – but that support must include the full suite of funding that would rise communities out of third-word conditions. They do not need piecemeal funding or a Northern Territory Intervention – they certainly do not want Nanny State conditions.
Despite the deaths there is no effective suicide prevention strategy being funded and administered in the Kimberley. Mr Austin said that the West Australian Government last year spent $150 million on the Derby prison – an ‘Aboriginal prison’ – while applications by the organisation for a Youth Coordinator to work with Aboriginal youth have been rejected.
“We get no help,” said Mr Austin.
“It is as if the bureaucrats do not have any idea what we are up against. I wrote to Jenny Macklin (Federal Minister for Indigenous Affairs) when we lost the CDEP (Commonwealth Development Employment Program) and we did not even get an acknowledgment letter.”
According to Mr Austin the CDEP cuts were followed by a spike in suicides. Aboriginal people employed fell from 140 to 30. A direct appeal to Mrs Macklin to have the funds restored “fell on deaf ears.”
Coordinator of the Kimberley Aboriginal Law and Culture Centre (KALACC), Wes Morris, said there had been two key Coronial investigations into suicide, with one in 2008 after 22 deaths at Balgo and the other inquiry in 2011.
Photo – Gerry Georgatos
Balgo endured a youth suicide rate 89 times the State average.
The 2011 Coronial inquest into the string of deaths in Balgo heard that 43 per cent of children in the town missed school during 2010.
Solvent abuse and alcohol abuse were found as contributing stressors and factors and linked to domestic, sexual and public violence. Treatment centres for solvent abuse did not exist in some of these communities. Alcohol bans have been suggested as solutions.
Since 1979, more than 100 Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory have banned or restricted the consumption and proliferation of alcohol in their communities. Despite the alcohol dry communities most of them still continue impoverished and without adequate local job prospects and with low expectation values.
State Coroner Alastair Hope ripped into government agencies and the lack of provisions to disadvantaged communities.
http://thestringer.com.au/australias-aboriginal-children-the-worlds-highest-suicide-rate/#.UTbEH6JTC4I


Pedophile Priest With HIV Who Raped 30 Children Forgiven By Church – MY QUESTION: DID THE VICTIM FORGIVE HIM? COULD THE INNOCENT CHILDREN FORGIVE HIM?


Pedophile Priest With HIV Who Raped 30 Children Forgiven By Church

Pedophile Priest With HIV Who Raped 30 Children Forgiven By Church

by User · Published January 17, 2018 · Updated January 17, 2018

 

 

 

Catholic Church absolved priest after who faces no criminal charges for raping young girls under 10, no between 5 and 10 years young

A Catholic Priest has been acquitted by the church after he admitted to raping almost 30 young girls aged between 5 and 10-years-old.The priest, Jose Garcia Ataulfo, was cleared of any wrong-doing and won’t face any criminal charges, despite the fact that he knew he was infected with HIV when he sexually abused all the children he admitted to raping.

The mother of one of the priest’s victims wrote a letter to The Pope asking to meet with him in Rome to discuss the case, but was shunned by the Vatican who declared that “the matter is closed”.Ataulfo admitted to sexually assaulting well over two dozen children, many of whom were indigenous young girls from Oaxaca, a state in southern Mexico known for its large indigenous population.

 

 

Jose Antonio Fortea claims that child abuse claims are the work of he devil
Due to the significant influence that the Catholic Church wields in Mexico, the priest won’t face any criminal charges, particularly for his crimes in areas populated by indigenous ethnic groups.The report which first appeared on the Spanish-language news site Urgente24.com, says the priest, was absolved of any wrongdoing by the Archdiocese of Mexico.According to Urgente24.com, only two out of the thirty rape victims have come forward to denounce the acquittal.
The website Anonymous Mexico reported that the mother of one of the victims asked to meet with Pope Francis in Rome, but she was rebuffed by the Vatican which wrote a letter stating that it considered the matter closed.

Earlier this year, Pope Francis announced that the church would be reducing penalties for pedophile priests by relocating them to a different church and offering them support rather than punishing them.
The Pope said that the controversial measures were designed to create a “more merciful church”.
According to The Daily Mail, sexual abuse of minors by priests – and the subsequent cover-ups by bishops and other Church officials – have been widespread in many countries, including the United States.
The issue was thrust into the national spotlight in 2002 when the Boston Globe revealed the extent to which the local archdiocese shielded abusive priests from being exposed to the public even though it knew they posed a danger to young parishioners.
The Globe exposé, which detailed abuse cases that numbered in the thousands over a span of several decades, inspired other victims to come forward, leading to an avalanche of lawsuits and criminal prosecutions.
Not only did the floodgates open in the US, but the Catholic Church was also forced to confront cases in other countries, including Mexico.
In 2004, the Vatican re-opened a prior investigation against Marcial Maciel, who was accused of sexually abusing minors as well as fathering six children by three different women.

Though the allegations spanned decades and the extent of his crimes was known to church officials, it was only in 2006 that the Vatican forced Maciel, one of its most powerful clergymen, to retire from active ministry. ::::http://www.theinterview.live/?p=360

I DARE TO WRITE THIS INTERVIEW HERE BC: IT IS SO IMPORTANT TO PUBLISH CRIMES DONE ON INNOCENT CHILDREN!

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