MARYLAND TEACHER (HIV POSITIVE) MOLESTED 42+ STUDENTS………

BET HE WISHES HE WAS IN CALIFORNIA

WITH THE NEW GREATLY REDUCED

PENALTIES FOR SUCH ACTS


The Washington, D.C. bedroom community of Waldorf, Maryland was rocked by news on Friday that the list of suspected sexual assault victims of a local educator had nearly doubled.

Carlos Deangelo Bell, 30, of Waldorf, allegedly sexually abused 42 students between the ages of 11 and 17, while working in the local school district and being HIV-positive.

Fox News reported Bell officials initially identified 24 male victims in July, but Bell was indicted with more charges on Friday as the number of victims nearly doubled.

The Charles County District Attorney’s Office revealed in a statement on Monday that Bell was indicted on 206 counts.

Officials have identified 28 of the victims and are looking to identify the other 14.

According to police, Bell abused his victims at Benjamin Stoddert Middle School and his home between May 2015 and June 2017.

He allegedly sexually assaulted students without the use of protection but luckily none of the victims tested were HIV positive.

Police began their investigation of Bell after a parent alerted them to sexually explicit “suspicious text messages” between the aide and a student on the child’s phone.

Bell did not have anything illegal on his work computer, however, police found child pornography on several of his personal devices and home computer.

According to the state attorney’s office, Bell faces a list of charges, many of them felonies, including 22 counts of sexual abuse of a minor, 19 counts of second-degree sex offense, and seven counts of third-degree sex offense.

The teacher’s aide also faces 97 counts of child pornography, among other charges.

Bell faces life in prison if convicted and is being held without bond.

He is due back in court on January 8.

DIPSHIDIOT OF THE DAY: FLORIDA DEPUTY JASON COOKE

Even some dipshit cops do not realize we are in a video age…….

Occurred during hurricane Irma


A sheriff’s deputy is accused of stealing from the empty house of a dying man while Hurricane Irma put south Florida in a state of emergency. The incident was caught on security video.

Jay Rosoff called the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office on September 12 and requested a welfare check for his 85-year-old father. Rosoff, who lives in North Carolina, told deputies the indoor surveillance camera in his father’s Boynton Beach home did not detect any movement, according to a document obtained by CNN. His father, Moe Rosoff, had remained alone during the hurricane.

Three deputies responded and found Rosoff, who family members say had fallen and hit his head during a power outage, on the floor of the master bathroom. He was transported to a nearby hospital, and the deputies left the home. Rosoff died the same day.

According to a probable cause affidavit, Deputy Jason Cooke, who was not involved in the initial call, later came to the home and was shown on video going through the house. Police say Cooke has confessed to taking drugs from the home. He was arrested on October 19 on several charges, including burglary and larceny.

Incident recorded on security video

Here is how the affidavit describes the incident:

Cooke, in uniform, arrived at Rosoff’s home about an hour and a half after the other deputies left.

The home’s surveillance camera alerted Jay Rosoff and his brother Steven that there was movement inside their father’s home. They immediately watched the footage, and said they saw Cooke enter the home through the garage. The deputy learned the entry code by listening to the initial call, officials said.

The video shows Cooke go into the master bedroom, the documents say, but it is unknown what he did there because the camera is in the common area. He reappears a couple of minutes later as he walks from the bedroom to the kitchen. Cooke picks up an item that seems to be a container and empties it on his hand before putting it in his pocket, the documents say, adding that he does this again with a second item and proceeds to inspect the kitchen cabinets and drawers.

Cooke disappears as he goes to the rooms in the front of the house. He later reappears walking back to the garage and is seen holding his hand on his mouth as if he were consuming something, the documents say.

The deputy left the home minutes after he entered it. The Rosoff brothers reported the incident, and the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office opened an investigation.

“We were outraged and disgusted when we viewed this,” a Rosoff family statement said.

‘A bad decision’

Another deputy identified Cooke on the video during the investigation. He was questioned and confessed to taking Tramadol from the home. It is a pain reliever that is a Schedule 4 controlled substance. Cooke also admitted taking some other medications from a death investigation and not submitting them to evidence, police said.

Teri Barbera, public information officer for Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, said the department “never forgets about its duty to preserve the public’s trust.”

“Unfortunately, sometimes an employee makes a bad decision, which leads to misconduct,” Barbera said. “We investigated and determined his actions were criminal in nature, resulting in the charges.”

Cooke was released on October 20 on $28,000 bond and is on administrative leave from the sheriff’s office.

 


TITANS RECEIVER SAYS HE WILL QUIT THE NFL IF REQUIRED TO STAND…….

MAYBE PEOPLE LIKE ROSIE AND MICHAEL MOORE

CAN HOOK HIM UP WITH A MOVING COMPANY (TEEHEE)

10-14-2017



Tennessee Titans’ wide receiver Rishard Matthews told Matt Parker of WSMV that he would be done playing football if the NFL makes it a requirement for players to stand during the national anthem. Matthews, a sixth-year pro out of Nevada, deleted his tweet response to Parker, but not before the news producer saved it for the whole world to see.

BREAKING: Titans player tells News 4 he ‘will be done playing football’ if NFL requires he stand for anthem https://t.co/6kltqRrJpc
pic.twitter.com/9QJffX23sc

— WSMV-TV, Nashville (@WSMV) October 12, 2017

Whether or not Matthews actually follows through with his threat is still to be seen, and of course, that’s assuming the NFL passes a rule saying players must stand for the anthem, which may or may not happen.

As a private league and business, that is, of course, the NFL’s prerogative. It should be worth noting that the players are peacefully protesting, though, and they aren’t protesting the national anthem itself. This is a movement that started as a protest against the prejudice and oppression many minorities in America face — especially as it relates to police brutality. It was a stance started by Colin Kaepernick, but the protests became a national debate and an NFL wide phenomenon when president Donald Trump called protesting players sons of bitches.

Since then, the issue has exploded, much to the chagrin of commissioner Roger Goodell.

If the NFL passes the rule and players actually leave the league as a result, the national attention — good and bad — will only continue to shine on an issue that the league is desperately trying to move away from.

They say any publicity is good publicity, but for the NFL, only football publicity is good publicity, and this issue has gone far beyond the actual X’s and O’s.

My guess is money will have the final say and he will play for as long as he can and this is idiot talk.

POOR MICHIGAN WATER LEADS TO MANSLAUGHTER CHARGES AGAINST STATE CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER…….

CHARGED WITH INVOLENTARY MANSLAUGHTER

RESULTING FROM THE WATER CRISIS

10-13-2017


On Monday, the Michigan attorney general’s office announced that Dr. Eden Wells, who was the state’s chief medical officer, would be charged with involuntary manslaughter for her role in the Flint water crisis.

In June, she was charged with obstruction of justice after she allegedly attempted misled investigators and tried to stop an investigation into the crisis. She is the sixth official to be charged with involuntary manslaughter. Five officials were charged in June, including Nick Lyon, Michigan’s Department of Health and Human Services director. His preliminary examination began this month.


In 2014, emergency city managers appointed by Republican Gov. Rick Snyder, switched the city’s water supply to the Flint River. Because the river had not been treated properly, the water began leaching lead from lead pipes outfitted in homes across the city. Doctors began reporting elevated lead levels in Flint children; lead poisoning can lead to a host of health problems.

Special prosecutor Todd Flood announced the new charges before a preliminary hearing for Wells was set to begin but would not go into details. Other officials charged with the same crime are accused of causing the 2015 death of Robert Skidmore, after failing to alert the public about a Legionnaires’ Disease outbreak. The disease, which has killed 12 people in Genesee County since 2014, was likely linked to the Flint Water Crisis. As Mother Jones reported in June:

Experts also concluded that an outbreak of Legionnaires’ Disease, an illness caused by a type of bacteria found in contaminated water systems, likely was linked to the city water supply. Symptoms include shortness of breath, headache, and fever. People over the age of 50 or people with chronic lung disease are at an increased risk of getting sick.

Between June 2014 and November 2015, at least 87 residents of Genesee County, which includes Flint, contracted Legionnaires’ Disease. Only 6-13 cases were reported between 2009 to 2013. In 2016, Lyon said that not all the cases were linked to the water crisis, because not every patient was exposed to Flint water.

Wells’ attorneys learned on Monday that there would be additional charges against their client. “I really can’t get into the details of it,” Flood told reporters, “but I think we’d be derelict if we didn’t charge her.”

RAPED AT 12 YRS. OLD COURTS VICTIMIZE AGAIN…….

VICTIMS ADDRESS GIVEN TO REGISTERED SEX OFFENDER

AND JUDGE ORDERED RAPISTS NAME

TO BE PUT ON BIRTH CERTIFICATE

AND GIVE ACCESS TO CHILD…….

10-11-2017


A local prosecutor and judge in Michigan are under fire for giving a convicted rapist joint legal custody of his victim’s eight-year-old son. Christopher Mirasolo pleaded guilty in 2008 to attempted third-degree criminal sexual assault. Last month, Sanilac District Judge Gregory Ross signed an order allowing Mirasolo joint custody rights of his victim’s child. It came after she applied for state aid.

The judge put the order on hold Tuesday after learning of Mirasolo’s background. A hearing is scheduled for this month. CBS News’ Tony Dokoupil spoke to the victim and her attorney about their effort to protect other rape victims from facing painful legal circumstances.

“I don’t understand why they thought they needed to give him joint legal custody. He was my rapist,” said Tiffany, who was 12 in 2008 when she says Mirasolo forced himself on her in an abandoned house near Detroit.

Now 21, she’s raising her 8-year-old son on her own. She agreed to go on camera but asked that we use only her first name.


“I was kidnapped for two days. I didn’t know if I was ever going to go home. He threatened to kill me and my best friend if we told anyone,” she said.

Mirasolo was given a plea deal for attempted third-degree criminal sexual conduct and served six and a half months in county jail. He served jail time again after being convicted of raping another victim between the ages of 13 and 15 years old in 2010.

But last month, Sanilac County prosecuting attorney James V. Young and Judge Ross signed a paternity order that gives Tiffany’s attacker joint legal custody of their son and the right to pursue parenting time.

“I was receiving government assistance and they told me if I did not tell them who the father was of my child, that they would take that away from me,” she said.

Tiffany said “horrible things” and “flashbacks” come to mind when she hears his name.

The Sanilac County prosecutor’s office said it prepared a standard order that is used in all paternity cases and that Tiffany was required to cooperate as a condition of receiving financial assistance.

She thought their request was “crazy.”

“I have been taking care of him for eight years. I gave up high school, I gave up prom, I gave up my friends to raise a baby and go to work,” Tiffany said.

Tiffany’s attorney Rebecca Kiessling says this case reveals a troubling nationwide gap in the way states deal with rape victims who request aid.

“There’s no policy. I’ve had rape victims who were cut off from state aid because they couldn’t name the rapist because they were abducted by a stranger or because a sex trafficker kidnapped them and raped them,” Kiessling said.

UPDATE:

 A Michigan judge has put an order on hold that granted a convicted sex offender joint legal custody of a child born to a woman who says she was raped by the man when she was 12.

Sanilac County Judge Gregory Ross issued the stay Tuesday. A hearing is set for Oct. 17.

That temporarily halted an order the judge issued earlier granting joint legal custody of the 9-year-old boy to registered sex offender Christopher Mirasolo, 27, CBS Detroit reports.


MICHAEL BENNETT ARREST VIDEO…….

NOT WHAT THE DRAMA QUEEN PLAYER SAID WHAT HAPPENED


The Las Vegas Metro Police Department released body camera footage Friday of Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett’s August detainment that was in contrast to Bennett’s claim that the police racially profiled him and used excessive force.

In the video, two Hispanic officers and one black officer can be seen identifying Bennett following the Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor fight. At the time, there was a suspected shooter on the loose and Bennett was identified as suspicious after he hid from police inside a casino and attempted to flee the scene.

A distraught Bennett was detained, and although he had no ID, he told officers to look him up online on their cell phones to prove he was the Seahawks defensive lineman. The officers then let Bennett leave after determining he was not the shooter.

FEEL GOOD MOMENT OF THE DAY…. WELL ALMOST! (VIDEO)