As if the globalists and their policies could not be any more insane than they already are. Children as young as 5 years have been targeted for school suspension for SEXUAL MISCONDUCT.
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David Andrew Jeffers, 47, and the woman, 46, known only as ‘J’ in the Manchester Minshull Street Crown Court proceedings, were engaged in sexual activity in a room at the Britannia Hotel in Stockport in the early hours of January 31 when the incident occurred.
The weapon used to carry out what Jeffers alleged was the woman’s “sexual fantasy” was described as an antique shotgun, roughly the size of a small pistol, used to kill vermin.
“You Mr Jeffers had deliberately placed the firearm inside J’s vagina,” Judge John Potter said as cited by the Manchester Evening News.
“It goes without saying that J was lucky to survive the horrendous injuries that were caused. You prioritised your own self centred needs above that of a seriously injured woman, lying helplessly naked on a bed, who for all you knew may have [been] close to death.”
Jeffers was initially charged with attempted murder and causing grievous bodily harm, but these charges were dropped as there was insufficient evidence. He initially claimed he had discovered the weapon in a pub toilet, but later said he found it in the woods.
In the immediate aftermath of the gunshot, Jeffers called the emergency services and the hotel’s front desk before fleeing, dumping the weapon, which has yet to be retrieved, in a bin on the streets before boarding a train back to Leeds, where he is from.
“Your response thereafter was to try and save yourself from being caught,” Judge Potter added.
The woman told the manager, “I’ve been shot. I’m in agony. I’m going to die,” before she was rushed to Manchester Royal Infirmary for life-saving emergency surgery. She sustained significant damage to her bladder, vagina, and uterus, but is expected to survive.
“It is one of the most shocking sets of circumstances that I have encountered and I hope that this sentence can help offer some closure,” Detective Inspector Roger Edwards, from GMP’s Stockport division, said as cited by The Independent.
“Jeffers left the victim badly bleeding in a hotel room, showing no regard for her life,” Edwards added.
“J’s injuries are life threatening, and having to cope with them will remain with her for the rest of her life,” Judge Potter added in his closing remarks.
“She has been released from hospital but her daily life is significantly compromised and it appears she faces the prospect of further surgery,” he concluded.
The violence occurred while residents of Schorndorf in the southern German state of Baden-Wuerttemberg celebrated the town’s weeklong fair, referred to as Volksfest (People’s Festival).
However, while many were enjoying carnival rides and German beer on Friday – the first day of the fair – at least three sexual assaults occurred in the town, resulting in the detention of an Iraqi suspect.
“On Friday evening, police reported three incidents of sexual harassment of women and men at the market place. In one case an Iraqi suspect has been determined,” a police statement said.
A 17-year-old girl was the victim of a separate sexual assault on Saturday, after three men held her and “grabbed her buttocks” outside the town’s main rail station. Three Afghan asylum seekers were identified as suspects, according to police.
Meanwhile, around 1,000 youths and young men gathered at the grounds of Schorndorf Castle on Saturday, throwing bottles at festival-goers and police.
“The violence faced by police was shocking,” a police spokesperson said, as quoted by German media.
When police began arresting one person on suspicion of causing serious bodily harm, others within the group “showed solidarity” with the man and intensified their assault against officers, according to law enforcement officials.
Police then called for backup, prompting more officers to arrive at the scene in riot gear, “to shield the arrest and to prevent an attack.”
Authorities also called in support from nearby towns, to prepare for what they referred to as “massive potential for violence.”
Groups of between 30 and 50 young men were later seen acting aggressively throughout the town on Saturday, with eyewitnesses, cited by police, stating that some were armed with knives. One man reportedly had a blank-firing gun.
Police also reported damage to two of their vehicles, which were sprayed with graffiti.
In addition, an emergency services vehicle was “damaged by a bottle shot, and license plates were removed and stolen on six vehicles,” the police report states.
Later, authorities registered numerous complaints filed over serious bodily harm during the violence.
Germany experienced an influx of asylum seekers during the European refugee crisis, with Chancellor Angela Merkel implementing an open-door policy for those fleeing war and persecution.
That policy has been condemned by Merkel’s critics, who cite a surge in violence associated with refugees, including a string of sexual assaults that took place in Cologne on New Year’s Eve in 2015.
The Education Department’s top civil rights official has apologized for her characterization that 90 percent of campus sexual assault accusations investigated by the federal government under Title IX stem from drunken regret or the fallout of a broken romance.
Candice Jackson, the acting assistant secretary for the department’s Office of Civil Rights, said in a Wednesday New York Times article, “The accusations — 90 percent of them — fall into the category of ‘We were both drunk,’ ‘We broke up, and six months later I found myself under a Title IX investigation because she just decided that our last sleeping together was not quite right.’”
Jackson apologized for her comments in a late Wednesday statement from the Education Department, calling them “flippant.”
“As a survivor of rape myself, I would never seek to diminish anyone’s experience,” Jackson said. “My words in the New York Times poorly characterized the conversations I’ve had with countless groups of advocates. … All sexual harassment and sexual assault must be taken seriously — which has always been my position and will always be the position of this Department.”
Sexual assault survivors and advocates have blasted Jackson for the comments. The Senate’s assistant minority leader, Patty Murray, D-Wash., slammed Jackson’s comments in a Wednesday letter to Education Secretary Betsy DeVos.
In the letter, first obtained by BuzzFeed News, Murray wrote that Jackson’s views promulgated “damaging misinformation about sexual violence.”
Murray, who is the top Democrat on the Senate Health Committee, said she was “deeply disturbed” by Jackson’s characterization of sexual assault accusations investigated under Title IX of the Education Amendments Act, especially given Jackson’s position as head of the department’s Office of Civil Rights.
“At the least, this suggests a fundamental misunderstanding of campus sexual assault and suggests that OCR is not prepared to take accounts from survivors seriously,” Murray wrote.
Jackson also said in the Times article that some campus representatives described the public list of universities under Title IX investigation as “a list of shame.” The list, published in 2014 by the Education Department, also identifies schools where investigations have been initiated but have not yet found proof of sexual misconduct.
Murray expressed concerns that Jackson’s description presented “a clear lack of understanding about the importance of transparency in the Federal government.” The senator cited a 2015 American Association of American Universities report on 27 universities that found 23.1 percent of female undergraduates experienced sexual assault or sexual misconduct by physical force, and called for continued public reports of schools under Title IX investigation.
The senator’s letter also took aim at DeVos for her refusal to commit to upholding current Title IX investigation procedures. Under President Trump, the department is preparing to reassess how federal investigations of campus sexual assault are handled. Democrats have praised former President Barack Obama for a more aggressive approach to investigations, while Republicans have said Obama’s strategy went too far, citing concerns of federal overreach.
Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., also wrote to DeVos, who is scheduled to meet Thursday with sexual assault survivors, those accused of sexual assault and higher education administrators.
“Any rollback of protections for victims of campus sexual assault is completely unacceptable, and your refusal to express support for federal protections of victims of sexual assault does a disservice to the women and men who have bravely spoken out about their own experiences in order to end this injustice,” Casey wrote.
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