Supposed FDLS prophet jailed in Arizona after forcing children to have group sex.

Samuel Batemen, a supposed FDLS prophet, is accused of marrying at least 20 wives, including his own daughter. According to reports, most of Bateman’s wives were under the age of 15. He is accused of demanding them to have sexual relations among one another and him, in a group setting. The newest allegations came after FBI Special Agent Dawn A Martin filed an affidavit against him. The affidavit says that Bateman commanded three male followers to have intimate relations with several of his underage daughters. Bateman said that it was “All out of love,” and later said that the daughters … Continue reading Supposed FDLS prophet jailed in Arizona after forcing children to have group sex.

Father says police did not care about his daughter even though the case may be linked to JonBenét Ramsey’s death.

according to the girl’s father, who is going public to allege that policed botched investigations of both cases, neither of which has been solved Continue reading Father says police did not care about his daughter even though the case may be linked to JonBenét Ramsey’s death.

Forty guardian ad litems conspiring against children led to at least one girl’s death.

At the hospital Michaela told everyone what was happening at her grandmother’s house. Williams, the court-appointed guardian seized the children from Cindy and put them in foster care. Continue reading Forty guardian ad litems conspiring against children led to at least one girl’s death.

A newborn baby allegedly sold through a church organization

a subpoena to Catholic  Charities through their council on notice that there was a custodial parent out there that became the custodial parent by order of the Ottawa  County Circuit Court. And that seemed to have been completely ignored, completely ignored. Continue reading A newborn baby allegedly sold through a church organization

Parents fear their children will die in Texas custody.

the system’s total population dropped from an average of 842 in 2019 to 612 as of May 2022, the number of incidents of self-harm has almost doubled. TJJD data shows that in 2019, there were 1,181 incidents of self-harm in its facilities. That number rose to 1,761 incidents in 2020 and 2,104 in 2021. Continue reading Parents fear their children will die in Texas custody.