Abuse, Adoption, Gay Agenda

Kansas, Oklahoma Pass Bills Banning Gay Adoptions


Kansas and Oklahoma are the latest states to pass legislation banning gay adoptions. The news comes weeks after two lesbians starved and murdered their 6 adopted children in a tragic murder-suicide.

The bills protect religious adoption agencies’ right not to place children with gay couples.

The legislation now goes to their respective governors to sign. Republican Mary Fallin of Oklahoma is still mulling over whether she will sign the bill into law, but Kansas Governor Jeff Colyer (also Republican) has confirmed he will sign.

“Catholic Charities and other adoption agencies are key to the fabric of our communities,” Colyer said Friday. “I look forward to signing this bill because it increases the opportunities for needy children to find loving homes.”

Colyer said children thrive in homes with a mommy and a daddy.

Lesbian couple Jennifer Hart and Sarah Hart, both 38, starved and abused their six adopted children (pictured below) for years, despite reports of abuse from teachers and friends.

The women drove their car off a cliff in Northern California killing themselves and their children in March. Two of the children — Hannah Hart, 15, and Devonte Hart, 16, are still missing.

The other states that have laws allowing only adoption by married heterosexual couples include Alabama, Michigan, Mississippi, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas, and Virginia.

Georgia passed a bill in the House banning gay adoptions. The legislation next goes to the Senate before landing on the governor’s desk for signature.

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Barney's, Law and order, Lawsuits, Profiling, Racial Profiling, Racially motivated, Racist

Barney’s agrees to pay $525K for profiling black customers


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Barney’s New York has agreed to pay $525,000 in fees and penalties for racially profiling two Barney’s customers.

The settlement was reached after a nine-month investigation by the New York state attorney general’s office.

The investigation was launched after college student Trayon Christian and nursing student Kayla Phillips were stopped by Barney’s employees in separate incidents after the students purchased expensive items from the New York flagship store.

Trayon said he was accused of theft by a N.Y.P.D. cop after he purchased a $359 Ferragamo belt with a debit card. And Kayla said she was harassed when she bought a $2,500 Céline bag from the same store.

Both have filed lawsuits against the store and the N.Y.P.D. for violating their civil rights.

From Huffington Post:

Investigators reviewed a series of complaints from Barneys customers and former employees, who claimed that door guards would exclusively single out minority customers and that in-store detectives would follow these customers as they walked around. Some salespeople tried not to work with minority shoppers to avoid the hassle of being roped into investigations about them, the complaints alleged.

Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s office found that a “disproportionate number” of black and Latino customers had been detained at Barneys on suspicion of shoplifting or credit card fraud. It concluded that Barneys lacked the proper “comprehensive written policies” to curb racial profiling.

“Profiling and racial discrimination remain a problem in our state, but not one we are willing to accept,” Schneiderman said in a statement. “This agreement will correct a number of wrongs, both by fixing past policies and monitoring the actions of Barneys and its employee to make sure that past mistakes are not repeated.”

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Two Women Fight In Courtroom Brawl…What a disgrace!!!


Plaintiff Niyata Brown had a protection order against Jessica Keys, alleging several acts of harassment. But after a hearing on February 24th, Judge William C. Marietti found insufficient evidence to continue the protection order, terminated it and as you will see the fight was “on” afterwards.

This video is such an embarrassment and a disgrace, the two young women act like savage beast. The reason for the violent behavior and/or harassment is not known or mentioned.

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Mother, grandmother arrested for forcing girl to run for 3 hours


According to the Washington Post, Alabama authorities have arrested a stepmother and a grandmother for forcing a 9-year-old girl to run for 3 hours on Friday, as punishment for eating candy bars.

The girl’s stepmother, 27-year-old Jessica Mae Hardin, called police at 6:45 p.m., telling them Savannah was having a seizure and was unresponsive. Paramedics and deputies arriving at the home knew something wasn’t right.

Deputies were told that Savannah was made to run as punishment for lying to her grandmother, Joyce Hardin Garrard, 46, about eating her candy bars.

Without adequate water or salt intake after three hours of grueling roadwork, Savannah Hardin collapsed and suffered seizures. Savannah died Monday at Children’s Hospital in Birmingham, of a cardiac arrest.

The sheriff’s press release said an autopsy report showed Savannah was extremely dehydrated and had a very low sodium (salt) level. A state pathologist ruled it a homicide.

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Teen who butchered 9-year-old neighbor wrote killing her was amazing, enjoyable in her journal before going to church..


A Missouri teenager who admitted stabbing, strangling and slitting the throat of her neighbor Elizabeth Olten, wrote in her journal on the night of the killing that it was an “ahmazing” and “pretty enjoyable” experience” then headed off to church with a laugh.

These were the words written by Alyssa Bustamante (pictured above) that were read aloud in court on Monday as part of a sentencing hearing, to determine whether she should get life in prison or something less for the October 2009 murder of her neighbor (pictured left).

The journal entry was presented to the judge not long after Elizabeth’s mother and other relatives pleaded with Cole County Circuit Judge Pat Joyce to impose the maximum sentence on this sick little devil.

FBI agents seized the journal from Bustamante’s bedroom during a search of her family’s home the day after Elizabeth went missing as hundreds of volunteers scoured the rural area around St. Martin’s.

Bustamante suggested to FBI and the Missouri State Highway Patrol officials that the girl had probably been kidnapped and that whoever had done so deserved to be convicted.

At one point, law enforcement officers discovered a hole in the ground in the shape of a shallow grave near Bustamante’s home. They testified that Bustamante acknowledged digging it but said she just liked to dig holes. It was only later that Elizabeth’s body was found concealed under leaves in another grave in the woods behind the Bustamante home.

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