Posted on | April 20, 2017 | No Comments
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and we are doing our part by covering cases that feminists never seem to notice for some reason:
Victor Estrada-Rosas was arrested in Texas.
Victor Estrada-Rosas, 30, was arrested April 14 after Texas police say DNA proved he was the father of a baby born to a 13-year-old girl. The girl gave birth in February. Estrada-Rosas is an illegal alien from Mexico and federal officials have issued an immigration detainer on him, Breitbart News reported.
Jennifer Frechette was arrested in Connecticut.
Jennifer Frechette, 44, was arrested last week and charged with sexual assault after police in New Haven, Connecticut, say the high-school drama teacher had sex with a 15-year-old student. The investigation began in January when security officers at Wilbur Cross High School “found the student and Frechette together in a dressing room used for school plays,” WVIT-TV reported. At the time, both Frechette and the student denied that any sexual activity occurred, but police “reviewed the victim’s cell phone and found explicit messages,” according to WTNH-TV, and the boy told police Frechette had performed a sexual act on him.
Keith Pruiett (left) and Antwan Lay (right) were arrested in Louisiana.
Six people were arrested this month in Bossier City, Louisiana, after police busted a human trafficking operation that transported teenage girls in a rented U-Haul truck from Arkansas. Undercover agents were conducting a sting operation when “a 19-year-old female agreed to exchange sex for money . . . at a local one-bedroom apartment,” the Shreveport Times reported. At the apartment, Narcotics Task Force agents found four other teenage girls who “told the undercover agents they were forced to be there and hadn’t eaten in 24 hours.” Police arrested four men from Little Rock — Gary Jackson, 23, Keith A. Pruiett, 21, Zaccheaeus Butler, 27, and Fletcher L. Berkley, 24 — as well as local resident Antwan D. Lay, 18, and a 19-year-old female, Bailey C. Gibbs.
Daniel Sanchez (left) and Ronald Dumas (right) were arrested in California.
Eighteen people were arrested April 14 in Manteca, California, where an investigation by multiple law enforcement agencies targeted human trafficking. “The primary goals of the operation were to rescue victims of human trafficking and arrest sexual predators involving minors,” police Sgt. Michael Aguilar told the Stockton Record. Among those arrested, according to the Manteca Bulletin, were three men charged with assisting prostitution: Ronald William Dumas, 28, Daniel Epifanio Sanchez, 20, and Jaqwan Kyreece Anthony Johnson, 21.
None of these crimes have been mentioned by feminists during Sexual Assault Awareness Month, however. It’s as if there’s a pattern . . .