‘I didn’t know’: Tony Blair refuses to apologize to man kidnapped, tortured thanks to UK intel

Blair, speaking about the Belhaj case for the first time since the current UK government issued an apology and awarded an out of court settlement to the family, said he was “content to go along with” the apology. Blair but did not express any personal remorse over Belhaj’s rendition.

“This has been subject to a long legal process,” the former PM told BBC Radio 4’s Today program. “I have gone along with what the government has done, which is to issue an apology.

“I didn’t know myself about this case until after I left office, so I’m content to go along with that apology. And that’s all that’s frankly sensible for me to say.”

Rendition – defined as the practice of covertly taking a suspect to be interrogated in a country with less rigorous regulations for the humane treatment of prisoners – was widely used in the wake of the 9/11 attacks. Belhaj and Boudchar were abducted and taken to a Tripoli prison under Muammar Gaddafi’s regime.

Belhaj was the emir of the defunct Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, an anti-Gaddafi guerrilla group. Boudchar was pregnant at the time, and was released shortly before giving birth. The couple fought for compensation after it was revealed that British intelligence played a role in their kidnapping.

A fortnight ago the UK government finally publicly apologized. Attorney General Jeremy Wright revealed that the pair had dropped their claims against former foreign secretary Jack Straw and the former head of counter-terrorism at MI6, Sir Mark Allen for their roles in their rendition.

Wright also revealed that the UK government paid out £500,000 ($676,000) to Boudchar – but Belhaj did not seek compensation and has received no bursary from the Government as a result. Both will also receive a personal letter of apology from Theresa May.

“It is also important that we should act in line with our values and in accordance with the rule of law,” Wright said in his statement. “That means when we get things wrong, it is right and just that we should acknowledge it, compensate those affected, and learn lessons. I believe this is such a case.”

Boudchar, who was at parliament to hear the apology with the son she was pregnant with during her incarceration by Libyan forces, thanked Government for saying sorry. “I thank the British government for its apology and for inviting me and my son to the UK to hear it. I accept the government’s apology,” she said.

“This case has forced me to relive the lowest moments in my life for many years, and at times it has been a real struggle to keep going. But by today’s settlement I look forward to rebuilding my life with dignity and honor, and living free from the weight of these events with my husband and our five beautiful children.”

Belhaj echoed his wife’s sentiments in a statement. “I welcome and accept the prime minister’s apology, and I extend to her and the attorney general my thanks and sincere goodwill. For more than six years I have made clear that I had a single goal in bringing this case: justice. Now, at last, justice has been done,” he said.

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Child Services Caught Taking Bribes to Look the Other Way As Mom Tortured 5yo Boy to Death


Cleveland, OH – In the same country where children can be taken from their homes if their parents are found possessing “illegal” plants, one woman who was being paid by the state to keep children safe, accepted bribes from a mother, and did nothing to interfere while she tortured her 5-year-old son to death.

Cleveland Police received a call from Pakistan in December, in which a man claimed his brother helped bury a young boy’s dead body in the backyard of a residential neighborhood. When investigators located the yard, they began digging and recovered the body of a boy who they believe died in September, according to report from Cleveland.com.

The boy’s body showed multiple signs of abuse, including broken ribs, and his mother, Larissa Rodriguez, 34, was arrested and charged with murder, felonious assault, gross abuse of a corpse and child endangerment.

While it is not clear what investigators believe happened to cause the boy’s death, his mother’s boyfriend, Christopher Rodriguez, was also charged with murder.

But there is another side to the tragic story that calls the legitimacy of social services into question. Nancy Caraballo, 45, a social worker with Catholic Charities, which is a division of the county’s Education Services department funded by Cuyahoga County and the State of Ohio, was assigned to the Rodriguez family.

Investigators are now revealing that while Caraballo visited the family’s home regularly, she did not report that Jordan Rodriguez, who was developmentally-disabled, had gone missing for months because she was being bribed by Larissa Rodriguez. WKYC News reported that Caraballo “bought more than $10,000 of their food stamps, paying 50 cents on the dollar.”

In addition to purchasing the food stamps that were supposed to buy food for the 5-year-old boy who was buried in the family’s backyard, Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Mike O’Malley said Caraballo was also abusing her power by failing to report that Larissa Rodriguez’ nine children were living in a home infested with roaches, rats, and bedbugs.

“The home was infested with bedbugs and cockroaches and it was a very disgusting, unlivable situation,” O’Malley said. “As a mandatory reporter, she [Caraballo] would’ve been obligated to report these gross abuses that she [Rodriguez] was committing upon these children.”

Investigators claim the abuse has been ongoing since 2015, and they believe Caraballo falsified at least 11 monthly reports regarding the conditions of the home. While they cannot confirm whether Caraballo knew about the death of Jordan Rodriguez, O’Malley said that she could face additional charges if the county’s medical examiner’s office determines that malnourishment played a role in the boy’s death.

“If in fact, we can tie this deprivation of food to this child if we can tie that to his homicide,” O’Malley said.

Nancy Caraballo faces up to 50 years in prison for food stamp trafficking if no other charges are added. Larissa Rodriguez faces up to life in prison for the murder of Jordan Rodriguez, and a number of other charges that contributed to his death and the attempt to hide his body.

Cleveland.com reported that the county has opened 13 abuse or neglect investigations into Rodriguez since 1999, and social workers who have visited the home in the past have reported “deplorable and unsanitary conditions,” and even claimed that they witnessed “one child eating a cockroach-filled sandwich when they arrived at the house.”

In this case, it is clear that the same social worker who was paid by the state to report the inhumane conditions several children were being subjected to, had the power to save the life of Jordan Rodriguez. If only she had chosen to act in the interest of the innocent children who were being abused, instead of staying silent because she was getting half-priced food stamps.

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Family Sues After DCS Took Little Boy, Allowed Him to Be Tortured for Years & Fed To Pigs


Kansas City, MO — The family of the late Adrian Jones has filed a lawsuit against the state of Kansas, the state’s Department for Children and Families and several others, for the horrifying murder of this innocent young boy.

In 2011, Adrian was taken from his mother by DCF over claims that she wasn’t able to properly supervise her child. It is a matter of court record, according to the suit, that Adrian was in perfect health when he was taken by the state. However, all that would quickly change.

As the court records show, “this wrongful death lawsuit involves the grotesque circumstances surrounding the tragically short and brutish life of A.J., a little boy who died a horrific, unimaginably gruesome death at the hands of his father and stepmother, an entirely avoidable child-homicide.”

Within just a few months of DCF taking Adrian and placing him in the care of his stepmother—who was observed caring for the child while high on drugs—and admittedly abusive father, the reports of injuries began pouring in.

The first reports were of Adrian’s sibling who suffered internal bleeding and extensive bruising all over his body. In spite of the medical provider explicitly noting that these injuries did not fit the description Adrian’s father gave of the child falling down stairs, DCF failed to act.

A few weeks later, another hotline call would be placed to DCF in which Adrian’s father admitted Adrian “busted his head open.” Again, no action.

During the inquiry into a third hotline call, the stepmother admitted that the father abuses the children and her. Police also recorded Adrian having a black eye, and the stepmother admitted that she heard ‘choking noises’ when the father would take Adrian to the bathroom. Again, no action.

“A.J.’s mistreatment was the repeated subject of a seemingly endless series of reports and hotline calls to social workers and social service agencies in both Missouri and Kansas,” the lawsuit states. “KsDCF conducted a forensic interview of A.J.’s siblings, who disclosed Father hits the children on the head, Father puts the children in a corner and hits the legs, stomach, and hands, Father’s hands were red after he hit the children, and Stepmother kicked A.J. with a boot, hit A.J. in the head with toys and other objects.”

In spite of the mountain of evidence showing an ongoing pattern of horrific child abuse, DCF failed to act on multiple occasions. Instead, they made the father sign a document in which he promised to not abuse his son. According to the lawsuit, this amounted to little more than a “pinky promise” with a monster.

“But instead of responding by permanently removing the child from his home, the agencies
and social workers took a strangely different approach: They meticulously investigated and carefully documented every violent kick, punch, slap, and injury inflicted upon A.J. by his sadistic father and stepmother, and generated stacks of records and reports chronicling the ceaseless, stomach-churning abuse. But their idea of intervention was limited, almost exclusively, to having A.J.’s father and stepmother sign a piece of paper agreeing to stop torturing the child – the legal equivalent of a “pinky swear.” As it turned out, that signed paper might as well have been A.J.’s death warrant,” the lawsuit states.

In 2012, the father and stepmother moved to Missouri. For nearly two more years, Missouri social workers documented similar abuse. However, one social worker, Rebecca Caldwell, named in the suit, wrote off Adrian’s bruises as ‘dirt’—in spite of the fact that Adrian reported the abuse.

Just like their counterparts in Kansas, the Missouri Department of Social Services also took no action.

In 2014, another social worker, Amanda Donnelly, named in the suit, documented marks on Adrian’s body and noted how Adrian told her his dad would tape his arms and legs as punishment. Donnelly, like the social workers and police before her, did not act.

Months later, Adrian was sent to various mental hospitals. During this time, his father repeatedly told MDSS and social workers that he did not want Adrian back. In spite of several years of documented abuse, and the fact that the father explicitly noted that he did not want the child, the state put this little boy back in the care of these two monsters.

Sometime between 2014 and 2015, DCF received hotline calls reporting pictures of Adrian being abused were posted on his stepmother’s Facebook page, according to the lawsuit.

They were literally bragging about torturing a child on social media. Again, no action was taken. Months later, it was too late. According to the lawsuit, “naked, tortured, and starved to death, his (Adrian’s) remains were found discarded in a pig pen on a farm in Kansas.”

In spite of Adrian showing obvious signs of torture and malnutrition, not a single state actor intervened.

In case after case, we see the state remove children from caring families who may have been caught with a plant or chose to homeschool. TFTP has documented multiple cases in which children were taken from good parents only to be placed into horrifying situations and end up molested, tortured, and murdered.

While Adrian’s mother may have been unfit, the fact that multiple state agencies allowed a little boy to be tortured to death, while documenting the abuse along the way, speaks to the gross incompetence of bureaucracies who claim the authority to take children and do with them what they please.

“Let’s just realize we need to fix the system we need to stop letting it happen to children it happens too often,” Judy Conway, Adrian’s grandmother, said. “When a child flat out says that they’re being abused then someone needs to step up and protect that child.”

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Kenya election official tortured, murdered before vote, officials say

By Katharine Houreld

NAIROBI (Reuters) – A senior Kenyan election official was found murdered on Monday, three days after he went missing, poll officials said, as opposition leaders warned the killing could plunge next week’s national vote into turmoil.

Chris Msando, the election board’s head of information, communication and technology, was tortured before he died, the board told journalists, without giving further details.

Kenyans – who saw their 2007 election descend into ethnic violence – will chose their next president, lawmakers and local representatives on Tuesday next week.

“There’s no doubt that he was tortured and murdered,” Wafula Chebukati, the chair of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, told journalists outside the City Mortuary.

“The only issue is who killed him and why … I demand from the government that they provide security for all members of the IEBC for them to give Kenya free and fair elections.”

Police were not immediately available for comment.

The opposition, which has repeatedly accused the government of trying to rig elections, immediately called a press conference.

“It telling that the key person who was perhaps holding very vital passwords has been eliminated at this delicate time,” the politician Musalia Mudavadi, a founding member of the opposition National Super Alliance, told journalists.

“Chris Msando’s brutal killing was an attempt to drive a dagger into the heart of the forthcoming election.”

Otsieno Namwaya, Africa researcher at Human Rights Watch, called for an urgent investigation, saying “Msando’s killing comes as the electoral management body was due to audit its systems, a week away from the election day.”

The audit, scheduled for Monday, was cancelled, Chebukati said. Msando’s predecessor was suspended after he refused to cooperate in an audit of the electronic systems, local media reported in May.

Rashid Abdi, regional analyst at International Crisis Group, said public confidence in the vote could be affected.

“This is someone who was involved in a critical component of the elections – the electronic infrastructure. This will definitely raise suspicious and undermine public confidence in the outcome,” he said.

President Uhuru Kenyatta, seeking a second and final five-year term, is running against veteran opposition leader Raila Odinga.

Odinga says that fraud robbed him of victory in the last two elections. In 2013, electronic voting machines suffered widespread malfunctions, but Odinga took his complaints to court, which dismissed them.

In 2007, he called for street protests after tallying was abruptly stopped and a winner announced. Political protests and ethnic violence killed more than 1,200 people.

The announcement of Msando’s death came days after an attacker killed a policeman outside the vice president’s country home [nL5N1KL06C].

(Additional reporting by Rajiv Golla; Editing by Larry King)

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Turin Shroud Stained With Blood Of Man Tortured And Killed, New Research

Shroud Of Turin On Display In Turin

“We can conclude for now that the Shroud image is that of a real human form of a scourged, crucified man. It is not the product of an artist,” concluded the Shroud of Turin Research Project team.

The Shroud of Turin is stained with the blood of a torture victim, scientists have claimed.

Researchers in Italy said the linen cloth, which is believed to have been wrapped around Christ’s body after he was crucified, contains ‘nanoparticles’ of blood that are typical of someone who has experienced violent trauma.

Elvio Carlino, a researcher at the Institute of Crystallography in Bari, Italy says the particles suggest “great suffering”.

Professor Giulio Fanti of the University of Padua added that the particles have a “peculiar structure, size and distribution” and the blood contains high levels of creatinine and ferritin, typically found in patients who have suffered traumas such as torture.

“Hence, the presence of these biological nanoparticles found during our experiments point to a violent death for the man wrapped in the Turin Shroud,” Professor Fanti said.

The particles “cannot be artefacts made over the centuries on the fabric of the Shroud,” he added.

The findings appear in an article titled ‘New Biological Evidence from Atomic Resolution Studies on the Turin Shroud’, published in American scientific journal PlosOne.

The researchers used methods recently developed in the field of electron microscopy to analyse the Shroud.

Carlino said this was the first study of “the nanoscale properties of a pristine fibre taken from the Turin Shroud.”

Conclusion From The Atomic Resolution Studies:

On the basis of the experimental evidences of our atomic resolution TEM studies, the man wrapped in the TS suffered a strong polytrauma. We studied a fiber of the TS by atomic resolution TEM experiments and WAXS. This is the first time that the TS is studied at this resolution and this range of view produced a series of experimental results, which thanks to recent studies on ancient dye painting, ferritin, creatinine and human pathology can be connected and understood in relationship with a macroscopic scenario in which the TS was committed [41,42,43].

In fact, the fiber was soaked with a blood serum typical of a human organism that suffered a strong trauma, as HRTEM evidenced that the TS is covered by well-dispersed 30nm-100nm creatinine nanoparticles bounded with internal 2nm-6nm ferrihydrate structures. The bond between the iron cores of ferritin and creatinine on large scale occurs in a body after a strong polytrauma [41,42,43].

This result cannot be impressed on the TS by using ancient dye pigments, as they have bigger sizes and tend to aggregate, and it is highly unlikely that the eventual ancient artist would have painted a fake by using the hematic serum of someone after a heavy polytrauma.

Nevertheless, the presence of red pigments, detected in some studies [13,17] seems to indicate a human intervention on the TS. This, in turn, has generated some difficulties for the modern investigations and stimulated the scientific debate about the actual origin of the TS.

The analyses discussed in literature so far, have been realized without the necessary spatial resolution to distinguish what is coming from the nanoscale and cannot filter eventual artifacts.

This has been the target of our work and the obtained results are not compatible with a painting but evidenced the presence of nanoparticles of pathologic blood serum related to the presence of creatinine bound with ferrihydrate, which are typical of an organism that suffered a strong polytrauma, like torture.

Indeed, unexpectedly, at the nanoscale it is encoded a scenario of great suffering recorded on the nanoparticles attached to the linen fibers.

Furthermore, here the experiments point how the nanoscale enable to study unspoiled properties of the Turin Shroud suggesting an effective experimental strategy for further studies.

Catholic Herald

Shroud Of Turin ~ Light microscopy image of the fibre studied in the work published on PlosOne. The arrows indicate some of the red particles on the surface of the fiber recognized as blood. TEM experiments were performed in areas of the fiber away from red crusts.

According to Professor Giulio Fanti of the University of Padua, the analyses show how “the peculiar structure, size and distribution of the nanoparticles cannot be artifacts made over the centuries on the fabric of the Shroud.” Many fanciful reconstructions of the Turin Shroud being a painted object are once again denied.”

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Report: Israel Has Tortured Over 1 Million Palestinian Prisoners

By via Anti Media

According to a report from the Palestinian Committee for Prisoners’ Affairs, over one million prisoners have been tortured in Israeli jails to date. The report was announced just before International Day in Support of Victims of Torture which takes place June 26th.

Just last month, over 1,500 Palestinian prisoners participated in a 40 day hunger strike to highlight Israel’s inhumane treatment of prisoners including extended solitary confinement.

Prior to 1999, Israel carried out various physical torture during interrogations.  As a report from Shin Bet of the Landau Commission states: “depriving the interrogee of sleep for a number of days by binding him or her in painful positions; playing loud music; covering their head with a filthy sack; exposing the interrogee to extreme heat and cold; tying them to a low chair, tilting forward; tightly cuffing the interrogee’s hands; having the interrogee stand, hands tied and drawn upwards; having the interrogee lie on his back on a high stool with his body arched backwards; forcing the interrogee to crouch on his toes with his hands tied behind him; violent shaking of the detainee, the interrogator grasping and shaking him; using threats and curses, and feeding him poor-quality and insufficient amounts of food.”

Israel also carries out extensive inhumane treatment of the general Palestinian population. The Zionist state frequently withholds water as well as movement of people and goods from areas of Palestine as a form of collective punishment. Experts say the Palestinian economy and general development has been devastated by Israel’s occupation. Just yesterday, Israeli settlers burned down dozens of olive trees in the West Bank as Palestinians celebrated Eid al-Fitr (the end of Ramadan).

This particular settlement in the West Bank (and many more like it) have been ruled illegal by the United Nations.


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Tortured Iraqi Pastor: ‘Genocide’ Is a ‘Polite Word’

For Father Douglas al-Bazi, the terms “genocide” and “persecution” don’t even begin to describe the horrors his people have faced in the Christian community of Northern Iraq. And yet, the media are still reticent to use to g-word.

At the World Summit for the Defense of Persecuted Christians earlier last month, al-Bazi talked with MRC Culture about torture, forgiveness, the decimation of his people and the need for action, not words.

“If I look to my story, I’m the lucky one,” the Chaldean Catholic priest began.

That is quite the claim for a man who survived two church attacks, an AK-47 Kalashnikov bullet in the leg and a nine-day kidnapping resulting in broken nose, teeth and spinal discs. At the same time, al-Bazi is alive, and that’s more than can be said for thousands of his countrymen.   

“In the last 100 years, my people been attacked eight times,” the Father recounted. “The last [attack] was two years ago: 125,000 people forced to leave their homes, their cities, in one day.”

Currently, thousands of Christian families are living in temporary camps, unrecognized by the UN and unable to access government funds because of their IDP (internally displaced person) status. So the community relies on private aid for the 36 million dollars they need every six months to survive.

The problems facing Iraqi Christians are not new, however. To put it in historical perspective, al-Bazi detailed their startling numerical decline through the years.

“Before 14th century, there were belong [sic] to my church over 70 million Christian [sic], and before 2003, we were 1.7 million. Now we are 200- less than 200,000.” 

If there were any word to describe that kind of decimation, “genocide” would surely be the one. But al-Bazi called that term too “polite.” And based on their reticence to use the word, the big three broadcast networks apparently find it too harsh.  

“Look, when we say genocide, a lot of people they are scared because… it means that some people should go to the court, go to the jail,” al-Bazi explained. But genocide is, after all, only a word, and as al-Bazi says, “action should follow words.”

After former Secretary of State John Kerry formally recognized the genocide, the priest and his parishioners sent a message of appreciation. But simply recognizing genocide isn’t enough. Along with providing necessary material help, al-Bazi believes that the Trump administration should also push for a change in Article 2 of Iraq’s constitution, which is built on the Koran.

“We don’t have actually equal citizenship there, we are second class,” al-Bazi said of his brothers in Christ. “So to say ‘genocide,’ we have to take all those steps together.” 

‘By Forgiveness, We Can Change the Future’

Despite the monstrosities committed against him and other Middle Eastern Christians, al-Bazi brimmed with forgiveness.

After he was kidnapped, one of his attackers asked him what he would do if they crossed paths again.

“If we met, believe me, I’m going to invite you to drink chai together, or coffee,” the Father recalled responding, to the kidnapper’s great consternation.

“Look, I can revenge, but if I’m going to revenge that means I will be like you,” al-Bazi continued, “and I don’t want to be like you.”

To al-Bazi, this interaction was more than a memorable conversation. It reflects on the very prospects of peace in the Middle East. 

“By forgiveness, we can change the future,” he stressed. “This is the problem with the Muslim countries. They have to grow up with forgiveness… I’m not criticizing any minority—but much we have Christian [sic] in Middle East, especially in Iraq, we will have a good example of forgiveness.”

“We have forgiveness, we will have peace,” he concluded. “We have peace, that means we can live together.”

Efforts to Practically Aid Middle Eastern Christians

Recently, al-Bazi partnered with the Knights of Columbus in a nationwide digital and TV ad campaign to raise awareness and money for the plight of Iraq’s dwindling Christian population. 

“We must act and act quickly if Christianity is to survive in the Middle East,” Knights CEO Carl Anderson explained in a press release about the effort.

“Three years after ISIS rolled through their country, these minority communities of Christians could face extinction without our help,” he continued, “and if they disappear, the chance for a pluralism and tolerance of minorities will be increasingly lost in that country.”

To meet the practical needs of the Christian refugees, Anderson is urging people to give money, as his organization will match up to $1 million in donations. Furthermore, the Knights are encouraging Congress to pass H.R. 390, the Iraq and Syria Genocide Emergency Relief and Accountability Act. Introduced by Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ), the bill would “provide for emergency relief to victims of genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes in Iraq and Syria,” and “provide accountability for perpetrators of these crimes.” 

Network History of Terming Persecution by ISIS ‘Genocide’

The broadcast network news shows from ABC, CBS and NBC boast a history of avoiding the term “genocide.”

Earlier this year, the networks covered the Egypt Palm Sunday bombings, for which ISIS claimed responsibility, nine times – without using the word “genocide” once. Similarly, last year, the networks refrained from using “genocide” following an Easter bombing in Pakistan targeting Christians – as well as in other reports of Christian persecution.

Last August, the MRC found that, in the past two-and-half years, the evening news shows reported on the persecution of Christians in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia only 60 times. And of those 60 reports, just six used the word “genocide.”

All this as even the U.S. government acknowledges a genocide by ISIS.

Last year, Secretary of State John Kerry declared that, “in my judgment, Daesh is responsible for genocide against groups in areas under its control, including Yazidis, Christians, and Shia Muslims.”

At the World Summit, Vice President Mike Pence was blunt. “I believe that ISIS is guilty of nothing short of genocide against people of the Christian faith,” he declared. “It is time the world called it by name.”

According to a 1948 United Nations document, genocide “means any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group” including killing, causing serious physical or mental harm, preventing births and kidnapping children.

At the World Summit, MRC Culture also talked with Sen. James Lankford (R-OK), Egyptian Pastor Michael Youssef and Open Doors Director of Advocacy Kristin Wright about Christian genocide and the war on women.

Source Article from http://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/culture/sarah-stites/2017/05/30/tortured-iraqi-pastor-genocide-polite-word

Daycare worker tortured baby to death on camera

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Reese Bowman, an eight-month-old white baby, was killed at the Rocket Tiers Daycare in Baltimore, MD. Police say that Leah Waldon, a 23-year-old black female, was caught on camera intentionally killing the baby.

Waldon has been charged with 1st-degree murder. Col. Stanley Branford of the Baltimore City Police described the incident as “torture.” He says that Walden can be seen striking, bodyslamming, and swinging the baby by one arm. She also appears to be smothering the baby with blankets and pillows. Brandford says that Bowman keeps looking around to make sure no one else can see what she is doing.

The murder has been a leading story in Baltimore for several days, but no media outlets are showing a picture of the baby or disclosing that the baby is white. Compare this to the murder of a black college student by a white college student at the University of Maryland. The same media outlets begin their articles by stating the race the of the perpetrator and the victim. Then they aggressively speculate about a possible racial motive.

The staff at Rocket Tiers is all black, so most of the children are probably black. Local media have featured reactions from black people almost exclusively. However, the victim is definitely white.



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Daycare worker tortured baby to death on camera ”

  1. Lone Ranger says:

    Who the fuck gives his 8month baby to daycare??
    Aside from that shoot that fuckin demon in the head, problem solved.

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