Day 110. The kids hiding and closing their eyes before going on their egg hunt. I remember when I was a kid, out Tia’s would have all is kids hide under blankets while the “Easter bunny hid our eggs” it’s kinda crazy how quick time flies. Now I get to hide the kids while the eggs are hidden and I get to hype them up for the egg hunt. They were all so excited, it was fun to watch 🐰🐣. #365 #easter
Day 109. Hung out with these crazy kids. They’re always a lot of fun. We sucked at playing pool but it’s good cause it made the game funnier lol I gotta make sure I hang out with them more often ☺️ #365 #familiatime
"If you can say Schwarzenegger, you can say Esparza"
and these are the men women are suppose to call when raped. what is this rape culture you speak of ?
this makes me so mad not every fucking cop is a rapist
When Cops Rape … and Nothing Happens
“Police sexual misconduct is common, and anyone who maintains it isn’t doesn’t get it,” says retired Seattle police chief Norm Stamper, author of the book Breaking Rank. Since no one is investing resources in learning how many victims are out there, we’re left with estimates and news accounts. As part of a 2008 study, former police officer Tim Maher, a criminologist at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, asked 20 police chiefs whether police sexual misconduct was a problem; 18 responded in the affirmative. The 13 chiefs willing to offer estimates thought an average of 19 percent of cops were involved—if correct, that translates to more than 150,000 police officers nationwide. An informal effort by the Cato Institute in 2010 to track the number of police sexual-misconduct cases just in news stories counted 618 complaints nationwide that year, 354 of which involved forcible nonconsensual sexual activity like sexual assault or sexual battery.
Police Sergeant Doubled as Serial Rapist
It was nothing short of a nightmare — a man obsessively tracking women, sneaking into their homes, assaulting them, and forcing them to perform a bizarre “cleansing” ritual that washed away any hint of evidence from their bodies. Bloomington, Ill., Police Detective Clay Wheeler spent two years pursuing the first serial rapist in his town’s memory.
“I’ve seen more brutal things, more violent things, but some of the things that happened and what he would say and tell these girls as he’s assaulting them, and I mean, I get chills. It just disgusts me,” he said.
According to the 3rd Quarter Report of The National Police Misconduct Statistics and Reporting Project, police officers were accused of sexual assault at a rate of 79 per 100,000 law enforcement personal. The rate of accusations for the general public is 28.7 per 100,000 general public. When corrected for gender these numbers tell us that there are 1.5 times more accusations of sexual assualt among male law enforcement officers than among the general male population. The fact that rapists seem to be concentrated among a group of armed individuals who have the purported authority to detain and arrest other individuals should be more than a little alarming for even the most prolific police bootlicker. In just the last month, several stories of officers committing disgusting crimes have been in the news.
and these are the people supposedly “helping” sex workers; these are the people with the power to “rescue” us.
Day 108. Happy Good Friday! Since we don’t eat meat today, my family made some delicious fried fish and enchiladas. Such a great meal… YUM! Anyways, it’s been a while since I’ve had the opportunity to hang out with my familia so today is a great day! 😋 #goodfriday #365days #food
Day 107. Spent most of the day in the car. It was nice to finally be back in Richmond, we got in pretty early in the afternoon. I really enjoyed this trip. It was a lot of fun exploring a new place. #roadtrip #365days #sky
Day 106. WE MADE IT TO RENO! 🙌 our vacation continues lol 😁 (at Circus Circus Casino & Hotel)
Day 105. We did some more exploring through out Salt Lake City. One of the random, but interesting things we did was go to the church museum. Not only was it a history lesson of the church, but also how Salt Lake City was founded. #365 #churchmuseum