Finally: The media finds a child whose innocence is sacrosanct

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7 Responses to Finally: The media finds a child whose innocence is sacrosanct

  1. C.L. says:

    Officially, there is no evidence of rape at this point:

    It was a weekend in the fall, shortly after lunchtime, and Ashley, then 12, had been outside their home making TikToks while her uncle and sibling were inside. A man came down the street and into the front yard, grabbed Ashley, and covered her mouth, Regina says. He pulled her around to the side of the house and raped her. Ashley told Regina that her assailant was an adult, and that she didn’t know him. Nobody else witnessed the assault…

    [Clarksdale assistant chief of police, Vincent] Ramirez declined to comment on an ongoing investigation, but an investigator in the department confirmed to TIME that an arrest has not yet been made. With their investigation still incomplete, police have not yet publicly confirmed that they believe Ashley’s pregnancy resulted from sexual assault.

  2. Lee says:

    The Guardian thinks it is “horrific” that abortion is not easy to access, not the evil practice itself.

  3. NFA says:

    Obviously their American “Military” should recruit “Child Soldiers” and they can be transported to jurisdictions that will perform the ‘death rituals’.

  4. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Poor kid, but there’s another human who has a life now. Justice will come to that man one way or another, and he won’t like it at all.


    Fourth Baby Surrendered to Indiana Safe Haven Baby Box (11 Aug)

    “The Carmel Fire Department and our Firefighters are honored to be entrusted with this fourth baby in our Safe Haven Baby Box. We applaud this mother for having the courage and love to surrender her baby into a safe and secure environment,” said CFD Chief David Haboush.

    The baby girl, who is the fourth baby surrendered at the fire station in the past 16 months, already has a new home, 13WTHR reported. … “In the case of the girl left in Carmel this week, the prospective adoptive parents picked up the baby girl within 12 hours.”

    And that is how you do it. Two parents now have a child they will love and the child likely a stable family to grow up in.

  5. Franx says:

    The same Guardian story, despite attempts at bias and misrepresentation, nevertheless conveys intimations of the same pregnancy not having wanted to be aborted. For instance, there is nothing from the girl having demanded an abortion. Nor from the mother, but only complaints about distances and about costs which were not necessarily going to be imposed. The whole story is suspect – for a start, about uncles and tic tok sessions in the front yard, as is the reporting of it all. The headline itself is wrong for Mississippi law does not deny abortions in specified cases and would not have done so in the reported case. So why the lie. The real horror conveyed in article is that a baby was born and is cared for by the family. As for the Time article, it uses the birth of the child to write primarily and sensationally and disparagingly about poverty without in fact seeking to convey anything favourable either about the people or the district. Real racism.

  6. NFA says:

    You may like to check Josephine Cashman’s latest substack post

    Justice Down Under
    Josephine Cashman
    Aug 16, 2023

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