Inconvenient Truths: The U.S. Government Kidnaps, Trafficks and Murders American Children Every Day in America, Land of the “Free”

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Inconvenient Truths: The U.S. Government Kidnaps, Trafficks and Murders American Children Every Day in America, Land of the “Free”

by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News

For the past several days, both the corporate and alternative media have been publishing headlines about the tragic death of a 22-year-old Georgia nursing student, Laken Hope Riley.

Laken Hope Riley – Image source.

And while this is indeed a very tragic death, thousands of young people die every day in the United States, so why has this girl’s death made headline news all over the country?

Riley’s death is making headline news because her alleged murderer was a migrant who crossed the border illegally, so that her tragic death can be politicized.

Blaming her death on Joe Biden:

Joe Biden’s apparent silence on the alleged murder of a Georgia nursing student, Laken Riley, has drawn fresh criticism on social media.

The president has already been attacked by Republicans over undocumented immigration following the death, after Jose Antonio Ibarra, who originates from Venezuela and is not a United States citizen, was charged.

Georgia Representative Mike Collins said that “the blood of Laken Riley is on the hands of Joe Biden [and Homeland Security Secretary] Alejandro Mayorkas.” (Source.)

Blaming her death on Donald Trump:

A former Donald Trump aide is blaming the former president for the death of Augusta University College of Nursing student Laken Riley, citing the Deferred Enforced Departure program (DED).

Riley, 22, was discovered on Thursday in a wooded area in Athens. The following evening, police announced that Jose Antonio Ibarra, a 26-year-old Venezuelan migrant, had been charged with malice murder, felony murder, aggravated battery, aggravated assault, false imprisonment, kidnapping, hindering a 911 call, and concealing the death of another. University of Georgia Police Chief Jeffrey Clark said Ibarra was not a U.S. citizen, adding: “Right now, I don’t know his full status.”

In a Saturday post on X, A.J. Delgado, a former Trump 2016 campaign aide, shared how based off the reported timing of when Ibarra crossed into the U.S., the blame is to be put on Trump.

“You’re going to see a lot of #MAGA folks on here, who are claiming that #Biden has “blood on his hands” due to the suspect in the Atlanta-nursing-student’s murder being an illegal immigrant from Venezuela who reportedly arrived in 2022. Except… #whoops: It seems *TRUMP* is the one to blame, if anyone is other than, you know, the murderer,” Delgado wrote.

Delgado continued by sharing in a series of posts on X that the DED program, which Trump signed in January 2021 and offers temporary legal status to Venezuelans fleeing the humanitarian crisis brought on by Nicolás Maduro’s regime, made it “enticing” for Venezuelans to make their way to the U.S.

“You see, on his way out the door in January 2021, one of the last things Trump did was carve out a special category for Venezuelans, same as Cubans…The point is, it was TRUMP who signed an order basically making it HUGELY enticing for Venezuelans to make their way to America [often via the southern border]. A year later, this guy came in,” Delgado added. (Source.)

Do you see how the Mockingbird Media cleverly controls the narrative so that no matter what side you are on, you will blame this tragic death on foreign criminals who are coming to this country illegally and putting our young people and children at risk due to policies at the border, and that therefore this “problem” needs a political solution?

Filling the mass media (both the “mainstream” and the “alternative” media) with stories like this that divide the nation accomplishes an even a greater purpose, however.

It draws the public’s attention away from the REAL criminals who are kidnapping and murdering America’s children: The U.S. Government.

So here are several other stories from the past few weeks where children and teens were murdered because the U.S. Government (HHS) kidnapped these children from their families who loved them, and put them into the nation’s Foster Care system with either “Foster Parents” or into group homes run by the foster care system, where they were murdered.

The “inconvenient” truth here is that American children are being trafficked and murdered with your taxpayer funding, and it is insanity to think that the way to stop these crimes is to look for political solutions from the very criminals who are responsible for these murders in the first place.

Here are some of the stories of recent murders of children in Government custody that you probably did not hear about because they did not make the national news cycle like Laken Riley’s story did. (Note: some of these murders happened in the past but have been in the media recently.)

Philly DHS took a 1-year-old from her mother but the girl was then kicked to death

One afternoon last February, Su’Layah Williams, a 1-year old with short, braided hair and a mesmerizing smile, was playing on the carpet of a West Philadelphia home where the city’s Department of Human Services had placed her, when she was allegedly kicked so hard that she died from internal bleeding.

Su’Layah suffered her fatal injuries in the home of 23-year-old Danaejah Harper and her partner, Diamond Joyner, who, according to police, was the only adult there at the time. Joyner, 24, appeared Wednesday for a status hearing on first-degree murder charges before Common Pleas Court Judge Barbara A. McDermott, who said she will set a trial date next week.

After Su’Layah’s death a year ago, a lawyer for her estate sued NorthEast Treatment Centers (NET), one of the private agencies DHS contracts with to provide services to kids and families. NET recently settled the case of Hope Jones, a 3-year-old who was killed in a foster home, for $6.5 million.

Both cases involve claims of negligence for failing to properly protect kids who had been taken from their parents.

“The Su’Layah Williams case is completely horrifying,” said Zafran Law Group lawyer A.J. Thomson, who represents Su’Layah’s estate. According to DHS files, Su’Layah was moved to live with Harper, then a paternal aunt, and then back to Harper by a combination of DHS and NET services workers.

Nothing was done to reunite the girl with her mother, who’d never hurt her in the first place,” he said.

Full article.

Grand Jury Indicts Waimanalo Girl’s Adoptive Parents On Murder Charges

The adoptive parents of a missing Waimanalo girl were indicted on murder charges Wednesday, Honolulu Prosecuting Attorney Steven Alm said.

Lehua Kalua, 44, and Isaac “Sonny” Kalua, 52, were both charged with second-degree murder, hindering prosecution, endangering the welfare of a minor and persistent nonsupport in connection with the death of their adoptive daughter, 6-year-old Isabella Kalua, who was named Ariel Sellers before she was adopted.

“The allegations in this case are heinous beyond description,” Alm said. “And we will hold Lehua and Isaac Kalua accountable for their alleged crimes against this defenseless child.”

Second-degree murder carries a mandatory penalty of life in prison with the possibility of parole, but the Kaluas both face possible sentences of life without the possibility of parole because Isabella was younger than nine years old when she was allegedly murdered.

The charges come after the pair was arrested a week ago Wednesday and made their first court appearances on Friday in a livestream from Oahu Community Correctional Center.

They are being held without bail.

According to court documents, an older sibling of Isabella’s told investigators earlier this month that the adoptive parents kept Isabella in a dog cage in the bathroom with duct tape over her nose and mouth and that she “didn’t wake up.”

Lehua Kalua then filled the bathtub with water and put the girl in it to see if she would wake up, but it did not work, according to court documents.

That sibling was also allegedly forced to help carry her sister’s body to their bedroom and was asked to “keep a secret.”

Isabella’s sister said that Lehua Kalua bought the dog cage because Isabella would sneak food at night because her adoptive mother wouldn’t feed her, according to court documents.

Full Article. Recent update here.

Indictment Of Wahiawa Couple In Child Death Details Alleged Abuse And How They Hid It

The legal guardians of Geanna Bradley, a 10-year-old girl who died after suffering “chronic physical abuse,” were named in a 19-count indictment Wednesday that includes new charges related to the treatment of their 4-year-old adopted son, who prosecutors say was also severely abused.

Brandy Blas, 35, Thomas Blas, 41, and Brandy’s mother, Debra Geron, 67, have been in custody since their arrest on Friday and continue to be held without bail. They all face counts of second-degree murder, which carries a mandatory sentence of life in prison with the possibility of parole, according to the Honolulu Prosecutor’s Office.

The case, which advocates say is strikingly similar to that of Isabella Kalua, a 6-year-old Waimanalo girl whose adoptive parents were charged with her murder in 2021, has raised questions about the state’s role in placing and overseeing the children.

The Blases were legal guardians of Geanna and had adopted the boy and so were not subject to regular oversight. However, it appears that both of the children may have started in foster care, which would have required vetting of the home and monthly visits.

Full Article.

Guardian accused of suffocating 5-year-old Columbus boy due in court today

The woman accused of kidnapping and killing a 5-year-old boy who was the subject of last week’s statewide Amber Alert has been extradited to Franklin County, where she will be facing a murder charge in addition to felony kidnapping and child endangerment counts.

Pammy Maye, 48, has been charged by Columbus police with murder in the death of Darnell Taylor, according to Franklin County Municipal Court records. Although Columbus police and the Ohio Amber Alert website have identified her as the boy’s foster mother, Franklin County Children Service reported later reported that Maye and her husband were his legal guardians.

According to a probable cause affidavit, Maye suffocated the boy on the morning of Feb. 13 at her home in the 900 block of Reeb Avenue in Columbus’ South Side.

Darnell was first reported missing on Feb. 14 when Maye’s husband called 911 around 3 a.m. to say his wife had told him the boy was dead, and he couldn’t find the boy in the Reeb Avenue house. The father told a 911 dispatcher that he had searched the home for the boy before calling police.

According to the court records, Maye held her hand over his mouth when he tried to make the call, saying she “had a plan.” She then fled the home and took the Jeep.

Maye and her husband took custody of Darnell in May 2023, according to information provided by Columbus police. The Mayes gained legal custodianship of Darnell sometime between then and the day he disappeared.

A summary report from Franklin County Children Services filed on March 24, 2022, says that the department received a referral from another agency to look into the allegations of physical abuse and/or neglect. The report doesn’t disclose which agency made the referral.

Children Services did not provide The Dispatch any information about who had custody of Darnell in March 2022 or who may have been accused of abusing the toddler. Darnell had also been referred to several service agencies, including Nationwide Children’s Hospital behavioral health and Kinship Care.

Full article.

Fatal failures: What happened in the final hours of Ja’Ceon Terry’s life

A report obtained by the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting from the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services offers new details into what happened at Brooklawn, a foster care facility in Louisville, the day that 7-year-old Ja’Ceon Terry died last July.

Two nurses, a chaplain and a Louisville police detective were at the 7-year-old boy’s bedside when his time of death was called — 4:48 p.m. on July 17, 2022. His emergency room chart noted that he was a foster child with no parents.

Ja’Ceon Terry was already unresponsive when first responders arrived at Brooklawn, a residential care center for foster children in Louisville, and began chest compressions. A staffer told an EMT that they’d had the boy in a “bear hug” due to an “outburst,” and suddenly felt him stop resisting.

There was vomit everywhere, first responders said. It was in Ja’Ceon’s mouth and throat, running down his cheeks and on the floor. The EMTs had to suction it out before they could intubate him, to try to save his life.

The first responders and hospital staff performed CPR for more than two hours, but Ja’Ceon’s heart never restarted.

A report obtained by the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting from the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services offers new details into what happened on that day a year ago. The state’s investigation found that in his final hours of life at Brooklawn, Ja’Ceon was publicly shamed, verbally abused, left in his room alone for nearly six hours and held down by two staff members until he lost consciousness.

Records in the case underscore a number of systemic failures that contributed to the death of a child who had experienced trauma after trauma in his short life. Staff ignored a therapist’s advice to help him avoid triggers that set him off. In violation of numerous state and facility policies, he was placed in the hold that led to his death outside the view of cameras — for no more than saying he’d throw a plastic water bottle at someone and using a swear word.

State officials have since revoked Brooklawn’s license to operate its psychiatric treatment facilities, the unit where Ja’Ceon died. But they resumed foster placements at Brooklawn’s other programs in May. (Full article.)

Teen girl shot and killed in Louisville Monday was a runaway from Kentucky foster care

A 15-year-old girl killed Monday morning in Louisville’s Algonquin neighborhood was a runaway.

Dovia Pernell was shot to death on Patton Court about 10:45 a.m. at a housing complex near West Hill and 13th Streets.

Her parents placed her under the state’s custody to get her better mental health treatment. Dovia was supposed to be in Lexington where she had been placed in a foster home.

While investigators look for who killed the teen, her adoptive family is looking for answers about how she ended up in Louisville.

Dovia’s parents are experiencing “shock, anger, disbelief,” said family attorney Rachael O’Hearen. “They’re feeling a whole rollercoaster of emotions.”

Less than a few weeks after celebrating Dovia’s 15th birthday in early January, her parents found out they’d have to bury their beloved little girl who loved music, dancing, cooking and learning.

Dovia was in 11 foster homes before she ended up with her forever family. Mike and Jennifer Pernell adopted Dovia when she was just 5-years-old.

O’Hearen said, “as many foster children do, she had some significant trauma and diagnoses from that — behavior issues.”

Full article.

Christians Spend $BILLIONS to “Help” Poor Families and “Orphans” Outside the U.S. but in the U.S. They Just Take the Children Away from the Poor

I was listening to a Christian radio station recently where the station manager made a new commercial to promote a new ministry they were featuring on their website that dealt with “child trafficking”. He encouraged everyone to support this ministry that was “rescuing” children from “child trafficking.”

I was curious to see what this new organization was all about, as I suspected that it was about “child trafficking” outside the U.S., as many new Christian organizations to “fight child trafficking” have been popping up since the release of the blockbuster movie last year, Sound of Freedom. See:

Sound of Freedom: A Movie About Child Trafficking Produced by Child Traffickers?

Why did Big Tech Billionaires Fund the Distribution of Sound of Freedom?

Sure enough, the “ministry” this Christian radio station wanted everyone to give money to was in Nepal, not in the U.S.

I looked up their IRS 990 form, which by law they are required to supply to the public, and they went from a revenue of $136,233 in 2021 to a revenue of $1,079,427 the next year, 2022, an almost 10x increase in one year.

So it looks like someone gave them about a $1 million in 2022. Does the 990 IRS form tell us who their donors are?

Nope. A change in non-profit 501c3 charity organizations in recent years allows these non-profits to keep their donors secret.

On their Schedule A form, Public Charity Status and Public Support, the box they checked for “Reason for Public Charity Status” was “An organization that normally receives a substantial part of its support from a governmental unit or from the general public described in section 170(b)(1)(A)(vi).”

But when you scroll down to their Schedule B form, Schedule of Contributors, under the list of “Contributors” it states: RESTRICTED.

It doesn’t surprise me at all that these Christian groups are raising so much money to “protect children and women from the dangers that came with extreme poverty” and child trafficking outside the U.S., because they don’t provide the same support to protect children and women from the dangers that came with extreme poverty and child trafficking inside the U.S.

No, here in the U.S., these same Christian radio stations are running ads to recruit “foster parents” to take more children away from the people in their community, who are overwhelmingly “children and women suffering from the dangers that come with extreme poverty and child trafficking.”

The child trafficking business, including the child sex trafficking business, is funded in the U.S. by the U.S. Government and Christian groups, by recruiting foster and adoptive parents, but seldom, if ever, spending money on keeping poor families together. See:

The U.S. Foster Care System: Modern Day Slavery and Child Trafficking

Child Kidnapping and Trafficking: A Lucrative U.S. Business Funded by Taxpayers

Expecting the U.S. Government, where most of the leaders in the U.S. are former associates of Jeffrey Epstein, to fix the problem at the border with migrant criminals entering the country, or the child sex trafficking network that exists inside the U.S. to lure these people here, is pure insanity.

But that’s what the United States has become today: one huge Insane Asylum where the inmates are all busy fighting each other rather than the ones who control the system that keeps everyone as medicated pin cushions ready to test out the next new pharmaceutical drugs and vaccines, as they eat their poisonous commodity junk food to keep them sedated until all the government freebies disappear and the riots begin, which of course will be blamed on either the Russians, Chinese, or Iran.

The few of us who remain and refuse to drink the Kool Aid will soon be targeted as the “insane” ones, because we expose the truth which has become such a rare commodity today.

Meanwhile, the children continue to suffer and die, right here in the U.S., the #1 destination in the world for child sex trafficking, while the Christians send in their contributions to take care of children and traffick them in other parts of the world.

#MAGA

Related:

Exposing How Christian Churches Participate in and Facilitate Human Sex Trafficking

Child Sex Predators Live Near You and Most of Them are Leaders of Your Community

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