Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Where it might end up!


I am posting a story from the “Oprah show” ( I know they are Goyim – but too bad) just so you have a little bit of an idea how shrewd these pedophile and molesters are, and how easy it is to manipulate a young boys mind.  If you feel I am out of line and we are “better than the goyim” just go on with your life, because you will always find an excuse why to do nothing and just look the other side.
January 22, 2010, started off as a typical Friday for 16-year-old  Daniel Kovarbasich That morning, his father drove his mother to work, dropping off Daniel at the home of close family friend Duane Hurley, who was supposed to take Daniel to school.

Thirty minutes later, Duane was dead. Daniel had stabbed him 55 times Immediately after the stabbing, Daniel frantically called his father, Terry. Terry raced to meet Daniel and found him standing on the street, his hands caked in blood. Inside the house, the scene was gruesome. Duane lay lifeless at the top of the stairs with blood splattered across his body, floor and walls.

Daniel claimed that Duane had attacked him, but that wasn't true. The real story would unfold over the next several months, revealing a horrifying secret: Daniel alleged that Duane had been grooming and sexually abusing him for more than three years—and no one had a clue.

Daniel was 12 when 52-year-old Duane Hurley first approached him outside a local elementary school. Daniel was charmed by Duane's dog, and when Duane returned a few days later asking if Daniel would watch the dog for a moment, he agreed. Five minutes later, Daniel says Duane returned and paid him $30 for his help.

This was the start of the "grooming process," a calculated behavior that helps child molesters gain the trust of potential victims and, oftentimes, victims' families.

Initially, Daniel and his parents, Terry and Donna, were suspicious. "We got the information off the dog tag to go look [Duane] up online to see if he was a sex offender," Daniel says. "We didn't find anything."

So, when Duane began inviting Daniel over to his house to do odd jobs for money, his parents agreed—but they went to Duane's house with their son. "Duane welcomed us into his home and seemed very genuine," Terry says.

For the next year, both Terry and Donna accompanied Daniel on his visits to Duane's home. Over time, they began to treat Duane like part of the family. That's when things allegedly took a very Unbeknownst to the Kovarbasichs, Duane was skillfully grooming Daniel, as well as his parents.

"He'd buy me stuff," Donna says. "I'd say that I'm out of laundry detergent and have to wait until I get paid to get detergent. He would go out and buy detergent and bring it to me. I mean, he was a great guy. Who wouldn't like someone like this?"

Once the family was comfortable with him, Duane moved on to the next stage of the grooming process: lowering Daniel's inhibitions.

"He'd say stuff like, 'How many different ways can you say the word 'penis'?'" Daniel says. "[And] while I'd be using the bathroom, he'd walk by and open the door. He would also pee with the door open."

That's not all Duane did. He also let Daniel—who was too young to get a license—drive his sedan. To get the keys, Daniel says Duane asked him to expose his genitals. Them Daniel says Duane wanted to touch his penis. "After the touching," Daniel says, "I wanted to drive the Corvette. He [said], 'Bigger toys, bigger things.'"

After hearing about his sexual encounters with Duane, Oprah asks Daniel why he kept going back.

"I felt like I had to. Like I couldn't get away from him," Daniel says. "It was like it was my fault. I was the one who showed him my genitals, which started it, and he kept using that against me. ... If I didn't [go over to Duane's house], he'd come find me. If I tell him no, then he was going to say something."


Duane continued to sexually abuse Daniel, even though the teen says he told Duane to stop. Then, the abuse began to escalate.

Two weeks before he murdered Duane, Daniel fell asleep on Duane's couch. "He anally penetrated me that night," Daniel says. "I acted like I didn't know."  That's when Daniel says the rage and hate started to surface.

The last straw for Daniel came just before the murder, around the time he was planning a romantic anniversary celebration with his girlfriend. Duane saw another opportunity to seduce his young victim.

That Friday when Daniel came over to Duane's house before school, the two talked about the upcoming anniversary. "So all this [anniversary] stuff's going to cost...what?" Daniel says Duane asked. "$80," Daniel answered. Then, Daniel says Duane responded. "You know this stuff isn't free, right?"

Daniel says he knew Duane wanted to have sex, and at that moment, he realized that the molestation was not going to stop. "I just snapped," he says.

After Daniel snapped, he says he walked over to Duane picked up a nearby pickle jar and smashed him in the head. Then, he admits to stabbing Duane 55 times.

"Did you realize you had stabbed him that many times?" Oprah asks. "No," Daniel says. "I had no idea."

A judge found Daniel guilty of voluntary manslaughter and aggravated assault. He was sentenced to five years probation (Great to see this kid get a break, after all the breaks these molesters get) and was ordered to stay in jail until the court finds him a therapy-based treatment facility.

At the sentencing, the judge read a quote from forensic psychologist Dr. Michael Welner: "A skillful groomer, a skillful abuser, gets into the child's DNA and becomes a part of the child, and the child can't cast him off regardless of the age."
Daniel could have spent a minimum of 15 years in prison if convicted of the original charge—murder. There are some people who feel the judge went too easy on the teen, but Daniel feels differently. "Do you feel that the sentence was fair?" Oprah asks. "I feel it was fair," Daniel says

When Daniel finally came forward and accused Duane of molesting him, his parents were devastated. "I was shocked that someone could get past my radar like that," Terry says. "And I was angry that this person deceived my whole family. He literally just took our innocence away." "I was very upset," Donna says. "In my head, [Duane] was such a nice person, but he knew what he was doing."

Oprah asks Daniel what he'd say to other abused children who are feeling the same shame, guilt and rage that he felt. "You need to come out and say something, because it's not your fault," Daniel says. "No one is going to blame you. Man up."

Terry also has advice for children. "When anybody is giving you stuff that your parents don't want you to have and you think: 'Hey, this person's cool. He's giving me alcohol. He's letting me drive his car (sounds familiar Lebowits clan?). He is the cool guy. My parents suck,' listen. Something's wrong."

5 comments:

  1. Great article!!! It has nothing to do with goyim..

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  2. He should of killed him right at the beginning...

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  3. EL CAJON (CBS 8) - A brave 7-year-old girl is being credited with exposing her step-grandfather as a serial child molester in her family's home.

    An El Cajon jury found 46-year-old Sergio Conde guilty Tuesday of eight counts of child molestation. The jury deliberated just an hour and a half before returning its verdict.

    The molestation was kept secret in the family for years, until the girl told her mother in January that Conde had been touching her cousin.

    "One of the girls came forward and made a comment and that's how it all came out," a family spokesperson said. "So because of that we were able to find out about the others."

    Three of Conde's step-granddaughters alleged substantial sexual contact and testified against him during the trial.

    "It's been really hard for them," the mother of one of the girls told News 8. "They're not going to have a normal life; they're not, because of what happened to them."

    Family members say two other step-granddaughters made similar allegations, but because of the circumstances, prosecutors were unable to file charges involving those two girls. One of the alleged crimes occurred in Tijuana.

    A police investigation revealed two other El Cajon women had been molested as children by Conde decades ago. They also took the witness stand at trial.

    The victims testified Conde threatened to hurt their mothers if the girls told anyone about the molestation.

    "She was afraid. She was afraid of this person," the mother of one of the victims said.

    News 8 is not identifying the family or the girls because they are victims of sexual assault.

    Experts say child abuse by relatives and family friends is the most common. Statistics show 90 percent of victims know their abuser said UCSD psychiatrist Michael Lardon.

    "Family members do not want to believe that something like this could happen in the family," Lardon said. "If it comes out the family is splintered, ruptured, destroyed. People don't want want to see this type of thing."

    That's why the mother of one victim decided to speak to News 8, to deliver a message to other young victims.

    "I want them to know they don't have to be afraid," the mother said. "And they can come forward. There is a lot of support and a lot of people can help you."

    Conde faces 15 years to life in prison when he's sentenced in January 2011.

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  4. The Colorado Bureau of Investigation is trying to figure out why an accused child molester passed a background check to get a job in a school district.

    Johnnie Bellington, a maintenance worker for Loveland's Thompson School District, is in jail on new charges of sexually assaulting a child.

    Many parents in the school district have been calling in, concerned about how it could happen. Police say the new charge against 58-year-old Bellington are in no way connected to his work in the school district, but how he was able to get that job is the question now.

    The newest fingerprinting technology -- high resolution scanners -- aim to stop people like Bellington, who last June got the maintenance job in the Thompson School District.

    "Mr. Bellington went through the typical process that all of our employees go through," Thompson School District spokesperson Wes Fothergill said.

    Fothergill confirmed Bellington passed the background check.

    The school district says Bellington was fingerprinted and CBI records came back with two misdemeanor DUIs. What didn't show up were charges of sexual assault on a child from 1983 and 1987. It's especially alarming since Bellington was arrested last week -- again on charges of sexually assaulting a child.

    "The fingerprint is the key because that's the only way that we know you are who you say you are," Lance Clem with the CBI said.

    It turns out the CBI didn't have Bellington's prints on file from the 1980s. Sometimes the old style ink prints come in blurry.

    "The fingerprint could have been defective, it could have been sent back to the agency, could have been that they never sent it in to begin with years ago," Clem said.

    It's a puzzle why Bellington's assault charges from the 1980s didn't result in a fingerprint record.

    "It could have been that he was charged without being booked in those years," Clem said. "Whenever there's a situation like this, where there's an incomplete record, we look to see what went wrong, if something went wrong. We haven't been able to see that anything went wrong in this case."

    Fingerprint experts at the CBI say it was in the mid-to-late 1980s that the whole fingerprint record system became more linked by computers. So that's helped reduce situations like this.

    Bellington is in the Larimer County Jail on $50,000 bond.

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  5. Ain't Revenge a BitchNovember 20, 2010 at 12:09 PM

    This kid deserves a medal!

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