November 12, 2013 Sick stories you can not believe!


November 12, 2013
Sick stories you can not believe!
MO dad allegedly seeks person to rape, beat child
A Missouri father is accused of trying to hire someone to beat and rape his young daughter. (Source: KSDK/CNN)
A Missouri father is accused of trying to hire someone to beat and rape his young daughter. (Source: KSDK/CNN)
ST. LOUIS (KSDK/CNN) – A Missouri father is accused of trying to hire someone to attack and assault his young daughter.

Police busted 32-year-old suspect Anthony Brinkman at a Cracker Barrel restaurant in St. Louis.

Investigators said Brinkman posted an online ad looking for someone to beat and rape his 11-year-old daughter as he watched.

“It’s the most disgusting thing you can think of that somebody would take a child, an innocent, innocent child and do something like that, it’s inconceivable. It’s just sickening,” restaurant customer Barkley Rogers said.

Brinkman is facing charges of attempted statutory sodomy.

He’s jailed on a $100,000 bond.

Prosecutors said additional charges could be forthcoming.

A Lebanon father of three is accused of drugging one of his children in order to have sex with her young friend, according to court documents.

Robert Chesters, 42, was arrested after having a relationship with a 12-year-old girl during a period of a few weeks, according to court documents.

The relationship between the girl and Chesters started after she had a sleep-over with his daughter at his home in August.

The arrest warrant reveals texts found on the girl’s phone suggests Chesters was giving his own daughter Benadryl to get her to sleep, so he could be alone with her friend.

“I am so lost without you 😦 [blank] is gone next weekend And [blank] will have Benadryl so you can lay with me comfortably and love me,” according to a text from Chesters to the girl on Sept.
The young girl’s friends saw the sexually charged texts on her phone and told authorities in the middle school, who then called police.

According to the arrest warrant, a text on Aug. 31 from Chesters stated “when we made love last night your heart really showed through everything.”

Chesters was arraigned at New London Superior Court on Wednesday. He pleaded not guilty to first-degree sexual assault charges and risk of injury to a minor.

Court papers reveal Chesters apparently knew the relationship wouldn’t last and he even texted her at just 7 a.m. on the day police were closing in on him.

“As a last resort tell them [blank] will lose her dad for ten years if they say anything. No matter what happens I LOVE YOU.”

When police went to arrest him on Sept. 11, Chesters was found sitting in his pickup, unresponsive and a suicide note on the floor. He was taken to the area hospital and then to prison until his next court appearance Nov. 21.

LITTLE ROCK, AR — A former Little Rock Police officer charged with drug trafficking has been sentenced to 104 months in prison.

Mark Jones was sentenced Wednesday morning after pleading guilty to the charge. As part of his sentence, the judge ruled that Jones participate in education and vocation programs while in prison, and go on probation for 4 years upon release.

Last June, Jones and fellow LRPD officer Randall Robinson were arrested after conspiring to aid and distribute over 1,000 pounds of marijuana. The report showed they were also charged for possessing a firearm while committing a drug trafficking crime.

The judge cited several factors he considered while determining the sentence, including the stark contrast in the former officer’s record, which was clean in the 1990s, and now includes a guilty plea to felony drug trafficking. The judge also pointed to tape recordings presented to the court of Jones telling a confidential FBI informant that he would turn to crime if he ever lost his job.

In the recordings, Jones also told the informant that he had a large collection of notepads filled with people’s names and social security numbers, including drivers he’d pulled over and other suspects or citizens he may have contacted while on duty.

After the sentencing, Jones’ attorney requested that his client be separated from the general population so he could avoid the possibilities of being recognized as a former police officer or seeing someone he’d previously arrested. The judge denied the request.

Jones was taken into custody immediately following the sentencing.

Corrupt Prosecutor Faces 10 Days In Jail After Sending Innocent Man To Prison For 25 Years.

Michael-Morton-350x-250WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TX — A corrupt former prosecutor will face a rare penalty for intentionally withholding evidence in a trial that sent an man to prison 25 years ago.  For robbing an innocent man of decades of his life, the ex-D.A. will spend now have to spend 10 days in jail.

The case takes us back more than two decades.  On the morning of August 13, 1986, the body of Christine Morton was found beaten to death with a wooden object in her bed.  Her sheets were stained with blood and semen, and her credit card was missing.  Her husband, Texas grocery store manager Michael Mortonhad not been home since 5:30 a.m., but was seized as the prime suspect.  He had no arrests, convictions, or history of violence against anyone at that time.  He was charged and put on trial for his wife’s murder.

The prosecution, led by district attorney Ken Anderson, presented no physical evidence or witnesses that tied Michael Morton to the crime. They hypothesized that Morton had beaten his wife to death before going to work because she refused to have sex with him on his birthday.  The prosecution claimed that Morton arranged the scene to look like a burglary, and that he masturbated on his wife’s corpse.

These charges came while Anderson was sitting on evidence that could have redeemed Michael Morton.  The Mortons’ 3-year-old son, Eric, had been present during the murder.  According to Eric, the murderer was not his daddy, but a “monster.”  Young Eric had described the crime scene and murder in great detail, and specifically told investigators that his “Daddy” was “not home” when it happened.

Additionally withheld was the fact that Mortons’ neighbors told investigators that a man had repeatedly parked a green van on the street behind the crime scene and walked off into a nearby wooded area, days before the murder.  Then there was the inconvenient fact (for the prosecution) that the victim’s missing credit card had been used at a San Antonio jewelry store.

None of this evidence was released during the trial.  On February 17, 1987, Michael Morton was convicted of murder and given a life sentence.

Ken Anderson coldly and knowingly ruined an innocent man’s life to advance his career.  The conviction made Anderson look like a hero, and he went on to enjoy a fruitful 25 year career, which eventually propelled him to the position of Williamson County State District Judge.
A Russian artist stripped off his clothes in the middle of Moscow’s Red Square and nailed his scrotum to the ground Sunday as an act of protest against the “police state.”

Pyotr Pavlensky, 29, said in a statement before the incident that “a naked artist, looking at his balls nailed to the Kremlin pavement, is a metaphor for the apathy, political indifference, and fatalism of contemporary Russian society.”

Man Scrotum Moscow Protest Over Police State
Pyotr Pavlensky nailed his scrotum to the pavement to protest the “police state.” (Image source: YouTube)
According to the BBC, the stunt was timed to coincide with “Police Day.”

“When the authorities turn the country into one big prison, openly robbing the populace and channeling funds to increase and enrich the police and other security agencies, society accepts arbitrariness and, having forgotten its advantage in numbers, brings the triumph of the police state closer through its inaction,” Pavlensky added.

The man, who has reportedly staged protests in the past by sewing his lips shut and wrapping his nude body in barbed wire, was covered with a blanket before police took him into custody.

According to a Russian outlet, Pavlensky faces up to 15 days in jail for disorderly conduct.

You can watch blurred video of the act here, GRAPHIC) here.

A 32-year-old Little Rock man is accused of threatening to open fire on the Arkansas Baptist College campus in Little Rock.

Aaron Dillard was booked into the Pulaski County jail on charges of first-degree terroristic threatening, obstructing governmental operations and public intoxication.

Police say Dillard walked onto campus Monday night and then told a college security guard that he “had a Mac 10 and was going to shoot everyone.”

Police arrested Dillard about 7:20 p.m. near 15th and Bishop streets. He wasn’t armed, though police noted he was intoxicated and provided a false name.

Dillard remained in the Pulaski County jail Tuesday morning with bail set at $8,600.

PERRIS, Calif.—When Vernon Maynard’s friends asked him what he wished he had done in his 100 years of life, the Southern California man said he had always wanted to jump from a plane with a parachute.

The retired car dealer got the chance to mark his centenarian birthday Monday by doing just that.

Jean Walcher of the U.S. Parachute Association says Maynard and his two great nephews made their first skydive along with trained instructors from 13,000 feet southeast of Los Angeles.

Skydive Perris manager Dan Brodsky-Chenfeld says Maynard obtained a doctor’s note before making the jump.

Maynard’s daughter Linda Hironimus says her father’s friends made arrangements for him to skydive after he said he always wanted to try it.

Maynard, who hails from Nebraska, lives in Palm Desert.
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If you love fresh pancakes drizzled with warm maple syrup… then for the love of all things holy, do NOT click play on this bizarre video above from attymch.

We know that almost sounds like a dare, but we are very serious, and you will seriously never look at these staples of a delicious breakfast the same afterwards.

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