The brutal truth, child murders

The brutal truth, child murders
The brutal truth, child murders

The acquisition of children under false pretenses of “violence in the home” is a growing problem which is unfairly placing children in the U.S. in the hands of strangers. Statistics released in 2014 by Texas Council on Family Violence shows that almost two quarters of the 185,187 cases reported resulted in homelessness of adults and children; this amounts to approximately thirty-nine percent (39%). In 2009, global U.S. statistics released on 4, 343, 450 domestic violence cases reported that 96% of all cases were submitted without physical evidence of violence such as medical exam or sign of altercation in the home. As such, prosecution standards which define the scope of evidence related to violence, in its domestic form, is too broad to combat the concepts of child trafficking.

In 2006, Bureau of Justice Statistics, released a bulletin covering Federal child sex exploitation offenses which include child pornography, sex transportation, and sex abuse.  The bulletin stated: “3,661 suspects were referred to U.S. attorneys for child sex exploitation offenses. Child pornography constituted 69% of referrals, followed by sex abuse (16%) and sex transportation (14%). Almost 6 in 10 child sex crime suspects were prosecuted in 2006, up from 4 in 10 in 1994. Nine of 10 defendants were convicted and sentenced to prison, up from 8 in 10 in 1994. The median prison sentence imposed increased from 36 months to 63 months over this period.” The bulletin also indicated that, most suspects charged with sex exploitation were white, male, U.S. citizens, and had attended some college.

In data on trafficked persons identified between January 2008 and June 2010 in cities with federally funded human trafficking task forces, it was indicated that 94% of sex trafficking victims were female, and 55% were younger than 18 years. Nearly 85% were US citizens or permanent legal residents.

Study of arrests performed in the United States for years 1990 -2010 revealed the rate of prostitution alleged by commercialized vice, in 2010, was 19,478 male and 43,190 female persons. The data shows that only 187 males and 855 females were under the age of eighteen; which cannot be completely accurate based on the number children stated to be homeless in 2013. The National Center on Family Homelessness states 2, 483,539 children experienced homelessness; their calculations were based on recent data from the U.S. Department of Education and the 2013 U.S. Census.

On July 21, 2015, Tammi Stefano, the Executive Director of The National Safe Child (NSC) published news on; stating: “in 2013, Child Protective Services (CPS) took thousands of children away from parents; 570 children were murdered and 105 children were sexually assaulted while in custody.”

With increased access to persons outside state and federal spaces and by a society that lives and breathes in the realm of the criminal mind, child trafficking is not easily battled. Human trafficking encompasses many components of crime that are not easily matched within daily paper and electronic file research programs; thus, it is important to understand the organization skill(s) of the transporters involved in the trafficking of children. For example, access to birth certificates of the dead may allow an individual to assume identity and passports very easily. Access to children is widely granted while in state custody or prison systems.

Terminations within state and government space commonly cause retaliation and ingenuity in the business sense; as such individuals may consume paper documents of other individuals, electronic devices, and forms which enable them to manipulate theirs or a child’s information for the benefit of a human trafficking organization even when their attachment to a state and government entity no longer exists.

Not all humans are trafficked, hidden in large trucks across borders; many children are walked onto trains holding a ticket as if they are a transporter’s child; in this sense, the transporter may be viewed as a kidnapper to the public when caught; but, may have transported more than twenty children across a single border.

A news report released by Austin American Statesmen Investigates; states: “Dozens of CPS caseworkers caught lying, falsifying documents;” approximately, half of all child deaths that occurred while in state custody were left out of their statistical reports. Here we can clearly conceive the mind of the advanced criminal element. In general, men and women in our society have capitalized on the young using self-preserving, overly promoted violence laws and human service projects; which truly defines a darker concept of Darwinism.


2 thoughts on “The brutal truth, child murders

  • June 3, 2019 at 7:39 pm

    Men and women that pushed evidence – less domestic violence cases, should be put in prison. These types of law enforcement officials (politicians, judges, lawyers, officers, etc.) destroyed families for personal gain; fame and fortune. While children were in more danger in the care of the enforcement’s choices. These men and women are five-minute managers in the life of a child in a courtroom. What did they think would happen when they allowed these greedy men and women to manipulate birth records under the guise of evidence-less “home violence.” In some cases, the domestic violence charge was dismissed and the state custody would still insist that they had more rights than the biological parent to the child i.e., retry the parent through child custody battles on the same grounds.

    Even if the child died of SIDS in the care of a foster, it was because state custody and their litigators removed essential medical records and related family that had experience with the child. How many children died of SIDS in the care of their own families versus state custody choices in foster care? A lot of those fosters were paid for care taking and were the same men and women that created the cases against the child’s parents or related family. They got rich as family that were a part of CPS, lawyers, judges, and officers attacking civilian families.

    There is a difference between a young parent and an asshole that just wants to put children in state custody so he or she can say they are “good investigators” i.e. put a notch in their belt for taking the life of an innocent.

  • June 3, 2019 at 9:37 pm

    That’s the problem with domestic violence law; it’s about money and not about violence.


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