American Airlines agent saves 2 teenage girls from human trafficking scheme

Law enforcement officials say that a quick-thinking airline employee, aptly named Denice Miracle, likely saved two teenage girls from a human trafficking plot.

Miracle, an American Airlines agent at California’s Sacramento International Airport, was working at the ticket desk on Aug. 31 when two girls, aged 15 and 17, approached her counter, according to KOVR.

Miracle said the teenagers, who were trying to board a flight to New York, had a small number of bags with them, but no form of identification and no adult guardians.

The vigilant employee began to think something was seriously wrong when she noticed that the tickets, both first class, were purchased online with a credit card under a name that did not match what either of the teens had provided.

“It was a first-class ticket. It was very expensive. I told a supervisor, ‘I’m going to call the sheriff. It just doesn’t feel right to me,'” Miracle said.

When deputies arrived at the airport, the teens admitted that their pricey tickets were purchased by a man named “Drey” who they met on Instagram.

Apparently, the stranger told them that if they flew to New York for the weekend, he would pay them $2,000 to model in a music video.

Authorities say they located “Drey” on social media, but after briefly making contact with him, all of his accounts went dark.

“We attempted to look him up on Instagram,” said Deputy Todd Sanderson. “Just a few minutes after our contact with him, he erased all of his profiles on social media.”

When Deputy Sanderson informed the teens that their tickets had no return flights, he said they became defensive before ultimately accepting what could have happened to them.

“They were somewhat flippant about – ‘No, that can’t be true’ – and I said, ‘No, the airline says you have a one-way ticket, and in my belief, you’re going back there not to do the things that you think you were going to be doing.’ And they said, ‘I wouldn’t let anything happen that I didn’t want.’ And I said, ‘Well, you probably wouldn’t have a choice in the matter,'” Deputy Sanderson said.

Following the incident, the teens were reunited with their parents, who were likely surprised to learn their daughters weren’t spending the night at a friend’s home like they had been told. 

American Airlines commended Miracle for her brave actions, saying that her employee training played a role in saving the girls’ lives.

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Shocking Video of Cop Choking, Kneeing Middle School Girls Highlights a Disturbing Trend


Corpus Christi, TX — The parents of a Cunningham Middle School student have filed a complaint against a Corpus Christi ISD police officer after he attacked multiple middle school girls while breaking up a scuffle in the schoolyard.

Alicia Cavazos said that the officer brutally attacked her daughter while he was breaking up a fight between her and another student.

“He handled the situation all wrong. The officer put his hand to my daughter’s throat and then he put his knee to her throat, too,” Cavazos said in the complaint.

Cavazos says that the officer didn’t just go after the two girls in the fight, but also a third girl who attempted to intervene.

School district spokeswoman Leanne Winkler Libby told Caller-Times that the incident is being investigated and that the officer will remain on duty.

A cellphone recording of the incident taken by another student shows the officer using excessive force, treating the young girls like they were criminals, instead of children in a schoolyard quarrel.

In the video you can clearly see the officer with his hands on the girl’s throat, forcing her to the ground with all of his weight. He then follows by putting his knee on her throat before flipping her over forcefully.

Police Chief Kirby Warnke said in a statement that his officers are “trained to use force when they believe it’s necessary to restore order.”

However, while there are a number of officers at the department who work at schools, there is actually no training about how to deal with children.

Warnke then made the absurd suggestion that middle school girls pose just as much of a threat as a full sized adult.

“Anyone can have a knife, anyone can have a gun, anyone can scratch your eye. Two people can overpower you,” Warnke said.

Warnke went on to say if an officer is justified to use force it does not matter how large or small their suspect is.

“Trying to qualify by size or weight is not viable. Generally, it’s best (for students) to follow instructions or not fight in public,” Warnke said.

There is no doubt that people will rush to defend the officer in this situation because we live in a society where police are allowed to inflict whatever level of violence they want on anyone who disobeys them.

In the case of these girls, of course, they should not be fighting, but children in middle school fight, that is a normal part of growing up.

Two teenage girls fighting one another is vastly different than being choked out and trampled by a man twice their size. It could have been very easy for this cop to simply pull one of the girls away and diffuse the situation without getting involved himself, but instead, he chose to enter combat with two young girls.

Sadly, as schools across the country rely more and more on police to force student compliance, instead of training and common sense, this scenario becomes more common.

In less than a week, TFTP has reported on two other instances of school police caught on video violently attacking children.

In one video, a massive deputy grabs a 16-year-old boy by the neck and sprays him directly in the face with pepper spray. The boy was not the one fighting.

In another video, another massive deputy grabs another 16-year-old boy and body slams him to the ground like a rag doll. The incident was so overwhelmingly disturbing that the school had to be placed on lockdown after students began to revolt.

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Grid Girls, Feminists & the Importance of Western Beauty — New Mark Collett Video

Grid Girls, Feminists & the Importance of Western Beauty — New Mark Collett Video

Feminists attack and picket beauty pageants and campaign against other women who uphold the ideals of beauty, femininity & traditional female roles. The latest victim in the feminists war against women are the grid girls. But this attack on beauty is also an attack on excellence – find out why those behind feminism wish to tear down excellence and why feminism and this attack on excellence are both part of the plot to destroy the West.

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‘Not just about looking pretty’: Grid girls slam F1 decision to ditch female roles at races

Speaking to RT, former grid girl Sophie Wright said her job was no different from other types of branding and advertisements seen today. “You have beautiful, glamorous air hostesses working for the best airlines in the world, you have beautiful Victoria’s Secret models…” She added that “feminism shouldn’t be a dirty word, but obviously it could boil down to that.”

Grid girl Danielle Ferin told RT that she and her colleagues “do it by choice, and we’re not forced into the work.” She said the job of grid girls goes beyond simply “looking pretty.” Instead, they have “brought a lot of people together.”

“I think it will stop a lot of people going to see it [F1 races], it will just be really male dominated,” Ferin added.

Wright said she is “really disappointed” about the decision, adding that she doesn’t feel that anyone has “asked the girls who are doing these roles how they feel about it… I feel this decision has been made on their behalf, and that’s what really saddens me.”

She called the move a “backwards step,” particularly if the aim was to empower women and assert that they can “do and be whatever we want to be.”

F1 announced its decision to ditch the grid-girls tradition on Wednesday. “While the practice of employing grid girls has been a staple of Formula 1 Grands Prix for decades, we feel this custom does not resonate with our brand values and clearly is at odds with modern day societal norms,” said Sean Bratches, F1 managing director of commercial relations.

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Formula 1 removes hot grid girls because fat ugly Feminists feel Offended

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Formula 1 has decided to end its tradition of using ‘grid girls’, saying it was at odds with modern “societal norms.” However, some of the women are now protesting on social media, saying their role was grossly misrepresented.

F1 announced the demise of the tradition in a short statement on Wednesday. “While the practice of employing grid girls has been a staple of Formula 1 Grands Prix for decades, we feel this custom does not resonate with our brand values and clearly is at odds with modern day societal norms. We don’t believe the practice is appropriate or relevant to Formula 1 and its fans, old and new, across the world,” said Sean Bratches, managing director of commercial operations.

The possibility of an F1 change of policy was announced in December. The move came just days after a similar decision was taken by the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) to end its practice of using ‘walk-on girls’.

Now some women, whose current or past jobs have apparently been scrapped amid the broader heated debate over workspace sexual harassment, are venting their anger on social media. They say they have become victims of a misplaced eagerness to defend women’s rights.

“Ridiculous that women who say they are ‘fighting for women’s rights’ are saying what others should and shouldn’t do, stopping us from doing a job we love and are proud to do,” tweeted F1 grid girl Rebecca Cooper.

“Because of these feminists, they’ve cost us our jobs! I have been a grid girl for 8 years and I have Never felt uncomfortable!” said model Lauren-Jade Pope, with many more joining in with similar messages.



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Judge denies transgender student’s request to change in girls’ locker room

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An Illinois judge denied a transgender student’s request Thursday to change clothes with female students in the girls’ locker room at a public high school.

The American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois, which represents Nova Maday, a biologically male student at Palatine’s Township High School District 211, had petitioned a trial court last year, arguing the student should be treated like other females and not be forced to change clothes behind a curtain.

But on Thursday, Judge Thomas Allen rejected the request, leaving the ACLU to consult with its client on how to move forward with the case.

“Clearly, we are disappointed in this decision. We continue to believe that the school is wrong to discriminate against our client. There is no exception under our nondiscrimination laws that allows a school to treat transgender students differently because of lack of understanding or discomfort about transgender people,” said John Knight, LGBTQ policy director at the ACLU.

“To me, this is a simple question – am I going to be treated just like any other girl in my school. All I want is to be accepted by my school for who I am – a girl – and be able to take gym and use the locker room to change clothes like the other girls in my class,” the student said after the judge’s decision.

Comment: The question is, should society accept that a boy is really a girl because he says so?

The ACLU had cited the Illinois Human Rights Act, which prohibits discrimination, in its argument. But Kellie Fiedorek, an attorney for the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), said that’s a “baseless” claim.

“That law specifically allows facilities like locker rooms to be reserved for girls, whose desire for privacy is both important and understandable, particularly in the post-Weinstein era,” said Ms. Fiedorek, referencing disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein. Dozens of women came forward last year, alleging Mr. Weinstein sexually assaulted them.

ADF, along with the Thomas More Society, represented a group of concerned parents and students who intervened in the ACLU’s lawsuit.

Schools should never be forced to give male students unrestricted access to areas where girls are changing clothes. Claiming a female gender identity doesn’t change that,” said Thomas Brejcha, chief counsel at the Thomas More Society.

ADF’s press release noted the transgender student continues to have access to the female locker room, but is required to change behind a curtain.

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Not socially constructed: Wild chimp ‘girls’ play with ‘dolls’ too

Nature and nurture may both influence gender-based toy choices.

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It’s almost Christmas, and, as the song goes, Barney and Ben hope for Hopalong boots and a pistol that shoots, while Janice and Jen would like dolls that will talk and go for a walk.

Now new research suggests that such gender-driven desires are also seen in young female chimpanzees in the wild – a behavior that possibly evolved to make the animals better mothers, experts say.

Young females of the Kanyawara chimpanzee community in Kibale National Park, Uganda, use sticks as rudimentary dolls and care for them like the group’s mother chimps tend to their real offspring. The behavior, which was very rarely observed in males, has been witnessed more than a hundred times over 14 years of study.

“The stick serves no immediate function, they just carry it – sometimes for a few minutes, other times for hours,” study leader Richard Wrangham, a biological anthropologist at Harvard University, said via email.

“Carriers regularly take sticks into the nests they rest in during the day, something that isn’t done with other objects. Individuals are [also] known to play with their sticks while in their nests.”

Love of Dolls Learned or Inherited?

The research represents the first time wild animals of different sexes have been observed playing differently with objects, a practice well known among human children and previously observed in captive vervet and rhesus monkeys, Wrangham said.

For instance, young female monkeys in captivity have been known to favor dolls as playthings, while their male counterparts prefer “boy” toys like trucks.

“The fact that captive monkey males and females prefer typically masculine and feminine human toys, respectively, suggests that there is something biologically different about the sexes that makes them gravitate to different types of toys,” co-author Sonya Kahlenberg, a biologist at Bates College in Maine, said by email.

“What is unknown is how this relates to primates in the wild.”

The study now gives Kahlenberg some insight into that question – and supports at least some biological origin for different play between the sexes.

That’s because, in part, young wild chimps never see their parents using objects like sticks as playthings. (See chimpanzee pictures.)

Nature-Nurture Combination the “Real Magic”

But “biology and ‘nurture’ of course aren’t mutually exclusive,” study leader Wrangham added.

It’s possible that biological factors influencing gender-specific play confer some evolutionary advantage, such as preparing future mothers to carry their infants later in life while climbing or eating. But the practice may not be common enough to add much advantage.

It’s also possible, Wrangham said, that stick-carrying is just a playful expression of cognitive abilities found in chimps and humans but few other animals.

“This ability would be a capacity for imagination, or forming a mental image that is not real but nevertheless represents reality.”

Nature and nurture may also work in concert, added Walter Gilliam, director of the Edward Zigler Center in Child Development and Social Policy at the Yale School of Medicine.

“This interesting study seems to support the notion that [doll-playing is] probably in part because of biology, in part because of socialization, and probably in the biggest part because of the interaction of the two-that may be where the real magic is.

“It’s definitely very useful that what we see not only in humans, and in primates raised by humans, is also in primates that are raised by primates,” said Gilliam, who was not involved in the study.

“So whatever the mix is of genes and environment, it seems to be in play in all three of those cases.”

Young Chimps Ape Each Other

Some chimp behaviors unique to some local communities – such as nut-cracking or using sticks for termite “fishing” – appear to be passed down socially from adults to youth.

But the stick-carrying behavior has not been seen in mothers – “instead this is a behavior of chimpanzee ‘childhood,'” said co-author Kahlenberg, whose study will appear December 21 in the journal Current Biology.

“Thus, it is likely that the young ones learn it from watching each other. This sort of ‘juvenile tradition’ has not been described in chimpanzees before but is known, of course, in humans. Think of playground games like hopscotch that kids learn from each other.”

The doll-like stick play in the Kanyawara chimps has not yet been seen in any other populations, so it’s possibly unique to the population. If so, the practice likely has cultural roots as well, Harvard’s Wrangham noted.

“That is, all female chimpanzees are probably more oriented toward infants than are males, but only in a few places such as Kanyawara did the juvenile females get the bright idea to use sticks as ‘dolls,'” he said.

Chimp Play Has Human Parallels?

The doll play or “stick carrying” peaked among five- to eight-year-old chimps, which are roughly equal to six- to nine-year-old humans in terms of development, according to Wrangham.

Indeed, the study brings up some interesting parallels with human behavior, according to Yale’s Gilliam. Chimps and humans are believed to have evolved from the same common ancestor.”

“Human children love to explore adult roles they witness around them, and often do so with symbolic objects,” Gilliam said.

“While the [young] chimps didn’t see mothers carrying around sticks, they saw them carrying around babies.

“It certainly seems within the realm of possibility that they might be replicating that socially learned behavior though this symbolic behavior with the stick.”

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No soy boys say the girls. American men have become sissified. Our sports have become sissified. Women are rejecting men in large numbers and for good reason. Where have all the real men gone?


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Amber Alert issued in Texas for two girls in danger after mom found dead

An Amber Alert was issued Sunday as Texas police search for two girls following the death of their mother.

Local police said officers responded to a welfare check at the girls’ residence in Round Rock, Texas, on Saturday and found a deceased woman inside. The mother was later identified as Tonya Bates, mother of the two girls, KVUE reported.

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Police are now searching for Luluvioletta Bandera-Margret, 7, and Lilianais Griffith, 14, who they believe to be in grave or immediate danger.

Lulu is Hispanic, 4 feet 5 inches tall and weighs about 75 pounds. She has curly brown hair and brown eyes. Lili is also Hispanic, 5 feet tall and reportedly weighs 100 pounds. She has brown eyes, a nose stud and braces.

Officials have identified the suspect in the children’s disappearance as 44-year-old Terry Miles. The girls’ relationship with Miles remains unclear.

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The Texas Department of Public Safety said the three may be traveling in a gray 2017 Hyundai Accent with the Texas license plate number JGH9845.

Authorities initially said the group may be headed to Louisiana. Police later announced Monday that the last sighting of the three was in northern New Mexico and possibly southern Colorado.

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