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Protecting The Lambs – Nurses removed from duty after posting images, videos of black babies dancing to rap music

by on Sep.19, 2017, under 2017 Year, Protecting the lambs

Two nurses at a naval hospital in Jacksonville, Florida were removed from duty and reassigned after they recorded Snapchat videos of black babies dancing to rap music. The newborns in the video were just hours old, according to Fox 30.

One nurse flipped her middle finger in an image of a black baby with the caption: “How I currently feel about these mini Satans.”

In a second photo, a nurse holds a newborn baby by both arms and makes the child dance to 50 Cent’s hit rap song “In Da Club”.

The person recording the unprofessional scene can be heard saying “we’re going to hell”.

The images and videos were taken from Snapchat and posted on Facebook.com, where they were shared by hundreds of thousands of people before the hospital administration was notified.

It is a violation of hospital policy to record or photograph patients without authorization or permission.

The Navy Hospital in Jacksonville issued a statement on Monday.

“We are aware of a video / photo posted online. It’s outrageous, unacceptable, incredibly unprofessional, and cannot be tolerated,” the statement reads. “We have identified the staff members involved. They have been removed from patient care and they will be handled by the legal system and military justice.”

The hospital has notified the parents of the newborns in the photos/videos.

Among the irate Facebook users was one nurse from Tennessee, who wrote: “They need to have their nursing license revoked. I am totally disgusted. How juvenile. Grow up.”

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Protecting the Lambs: Aspiring teen model struck by train during photo shoot

by on Mar.18, 2017, under 2017 Year, African-American Community, Protecting the lambs, Revival In America

(CNN) — A Texas teenager who wanted to become a model was struck and killed by a train during a photo shoot.

Fredzania Thompson – or Zanie as she was known to family and friends – was a student at Blinn College, but she had a bigger dream.

“She wanted to model. She definitely had the talent, and the smile for it,” Earl Chatman, her fiance told KBTX.

According to authorities, Thompson was having photos taken with the train tracks as her backdrop. She began moving away from a train coming down the tracks when she was struck by another train coming in the opposite direction, on another set of tracks.

Police say they are investigating the incident, as is “common practice for our agency.”

Fredzania Thompson

“We do not speculate any foul play at this time,” Justin Leeth, the police chief of Navasota Police Department told CNN.

On Monday, family and friends of Thompson gathered to celebrate what would have been her 20th birthday.

“Zanie always wanted to make sure everyone was okay. This is paying our tribute to her,” Chatman said to KBTX.

A funeral for Thompson is planned for Saturday.

CNN attempted to reach out to Chatman for this story, but our request for comment was not returned.

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Protecting The Lambs: Trial to start in Vegas for former pastor in child sex case

by on Jan.03, 2016, under Protecting the lambs, Revival In America

Police Department shows Otis Holland. Alleged victims have said Holland, former church pastor, now 59, sexually abused them in vehicles including a limousine fitted with a bed, or at his home. After years of delay after his 2012 capture in Tijuana, Mexico, trial is set to begin Monday, Jan. 4, 2016 in Las Vegas. (Henderson Police Department)

Police Department shows Otis Holland. Alleged victims have said Holland, former church pastor, now 59, sexually abused them in vehicles including a limousine fitted with a bed, or at his home. After years of delay after his 2012 capture in Tijuana, Mexico, trial is set to begin Monday, Jan. 4, 2016 in Las Vegas. (Henderson Police Department)

LAS VEGAS — After years of delays, a former storefront church pastor and international fugitive is due for trial Monday in Las Vegas on allegations that he sexually assaulted girls in his congregation under the guise of counseling.

Otis Holland, 59, faces life in prison on charges he abused girls as young as 7. He has been in jail since his arrest in January 2012 in Tijuana, Mexico. Known to his United Faith Church congregation as “Reverend Otis,” he was featured before his arrest on the television show “America’s Most Wanted.”

“He told my mother that he was going to take me for counseling,” a 21-year-old woman testified during a preliminary hearing in February 2013. She said she was 14 when Holland first took her after Sunday church services to a limousine fitted with a back seat that reclined into a bed and used a sex toy on her.

The Associated Press typically does not identify people who say they have been hurt in sexual assault cases.

Holland’s defense attorney, Carmine James Colucci, didn’t respond to messages this week from AP.

The woman who testified in 2013 said that as Holland started to take off her pants in the limo, he told her he wanted to show her something that would relieve tension and frustration. Another time, she said, she saw a red flashing light and the lens of a video camera amid pillows on a futon in a bedroom at Holland’s home.

Under questioning by Holland’s defense attorney at the time, the girl conceded that she didn’t tell anyone about the alleged sexual acts, including her mother who would drop her off every Sunday at Holland’s house. The encounters stopped, and she finally told her biological father a year later, when he asked her why her school grades had fallen.

Holland also had sexual relationships with adult women in his congregation, according to police reports and pretrial testimony. Church members at first publicly supported him, but turned against him as other girls began making similar allegations.

Holland has pleaded not guilty to 17 felony charges, including child sexual assault, lewdness, and bribing a witness. Holland also faces two misdemeanor evidence tampering charges. He could face life in prison with or without the possibility of parole if he’s convicted of the sex assault charges.

Jury selection could take days, due to the attention the case received.

Prosecutor Robert Langford said this week he expects that Holland will testify during trial, which is expected to take about a week in Clark County District Court in Las Vegas.

“The state is going to present overwhelming evidence,” said Langford, a veteran Nevada attorney who is serving as special prosecutor because Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson was Holland’s defense lawyer after Holland was first arrested by Henderson police. Wolfson became district attorney in February 2012.

Another woman, now 22, testified at an April 2013 preliminary hearing that she met Holland when she was younger than 8, and began having sex with him when she was 15. For more than a year while she was attending high school, Holland took her to a doctor in Las Vegas who gave her monthly birth control injections, she said.

Holland also shared a ship cabin with the teenage girl and her younger sister during a cruise vacation alone with them in August 2010, authorities said. She told police Holland bought diamond jewelry and clothes for her and told her that if she told others what was going on Holland would be sent to jail and the church would split up.

Holland also is accused of felony witness intimidation and misdemeanor evidence tampering. Authorities say he instructed a girl’s mother and her ex-husband to destroy computer hard drives, sex toys and church counseling session paperwork.

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Praying for Revival in African America – Woman throws baby out window, tells cops “the devil is in her,”

by on Oct.17, 2015, under 2015 Year, African-American Community, Endtimes, Protecting the lambs

Tenisha Fearon, 27, is charged with murder after allegedly throwing her six-month old daughter Junilah out a window in the Bronx, New York

Tenisha Fearon, 27, is charged with murder after allegedly throwing her six-month old daughter Junilah out a window in the Bronx, New York

Louella Hatch, godmother of suspect Tenisha Fearon, told the News that Fearon was ranting to cops that “the devil is in her,” as she was being taken away.

Fearon, 27, was arrested after she allegedly dangled and then dropped Junilah Lawrence out of the window of their sixth-floor apartment on Tiebout Avenue, near 181st Street, around 1:30 p.m. Thursday. Neighbor Lizette Rodriguez told the Times that Fearon, who was naked at the time, screamed, “Hallelujah, praise God, we’re all going to die,” before dropping the girl. “She was arguing with herself,” she added.

The mother was found naked in her apartment along with her three other children after the incident Thursday.

The mother was found naked in her apartment along with her three other children after the incident Thursday.

Next-door neighbor Gregorio Lopez added that after throwing the baby out the window, Fearon lay on the floor of her apartment surrounded by her other three children, aged 10, 8 and 4. They were all naked and lying on their backs as well. “I actually thought that they weren’t alive when I saw them lying on the floor naked,” Lopez said. But then Fearson “jumped up and started hitting the window,” he said. “That’s when I started calling for more help because I thought she might throw more [kids] out.”

Police said the single mother-of-four was suffering from a 'psychotic episode' when she carried out the heinous act.

Police said the single mother-of-four was suffering from a ‘psychotic episode’ when she carried out the heinous act.

The baby was taken to St. Barnabas Hospital, where she was pronounced dead; the three other children were taken there as well, but none were harmed during the incident. Fearon was taken in custody to Bronx-Lebanon Hospital for a psychiatric evaluation. She has now been charged with second-degree murder.

A woman who identified herself as Tamica Fearon, the suspect’s sister, told the Post, “All I know is she loves her kids dearly. She’s a good mother, so something must have gone wrong.”

Fearon (pictured with one her children - but not her six-month-old baby Junilah) was taken into custody and ordered to a psychological examination.

Fearon (pictured with one her children – but not her six-month-old baby Junilah) was taken into custody and ordered to a psychological examination.

“Something must have snapped,” neighbor Carol Watson, who says she’s known Fearon for years, told the Times. “She was a good mother and very protective of those children. All I can tell you is that something must have snapped. She must have had a breakdown or something…you never know what is going on in someone’s head. People are under all kinds of stress these days.”

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