Posted in C-Haze, Children, Current Events, Liberia, Sexual Assault

Parents of 8 Year-Old Rape Victim Arrested

Some of you may remember a post of mine from July of this year in which I wrote about a little eight year old girl, a child of Liberian parents, living in Phoenix, AZ.

The child was raped by four boys, children themselves, all of which were from the same neighborhood, all of Liberian descent. The youngest of the rapists was nine years old,  the oldest was 14.

The little girl was placed in foster care by child protective services because her parents did not want her back after she was raped. They said she had brought terrible shame to their family.

Now we learn that the very same parents have been arrested and charged with seven counts of child abuse.

Authorities have learned that for years this little girl’s mother and father abused her with sticks, wires and their fists. It is also alleged that she was left alone at night, forced to wander her family’s apartment complex begging for food.

I am glad to know this precious child is no longer living with this family. I am happy to learn her parents are going to jail.

However, the fact that this abuse may never have come to light had this little girl not been viciously gang raped, and therefore discovered by the authorities, has not escaped me.

God bless that poor child.

May her parents rot in hell.

Posted in C-Haze, Children, Current Events, Family, Liberia, News, Parenting, Rape, Sex, Sexual Assault

Shame, Child Rape, Phoenix and Liberia

You know, I really do try to respect other cultures.

I swear I do.

But this shit right here is disgusting.

The story takes place in Phoenix, AZ.

A little eight year old Liberian girl was lured into an alley by four boys- aged 9, 10, 13 and 14- who promised her some chewing gum if she went with them.

Once in the alley the boys restrained the little girl and took turns sexually assaulting her.

The poor child was severely injured and was hospitalized.

The boys were charged with sexual assault and kidnapping, with the 14 year old being charged as an adult.

When the little girl was released from the hospital, authorities had no choice but to place her with child protective services, rather than send her home to her family.

Why?

The family, part of a community of Liberian immigrants in Phoenix, does not want her.

She has shamed them.

They have disowned her.

We learn that this is not uncommon in Liberia, and in fact, this sort of b.s. occurs all over the world.

It is especially distressing when one realizes that rape was not a crime in Liberia until 2006.

Read that shit again- I said rape was not a crime in Liberia until 2006.

Unbelievable.

I don’t understand how anyone, regardless of cultural background, can justify turning their backs on a tiny child- under any circumstances- let alone in a situation like this one.

She was kidnapped and raped repeatedly by other children… fellow refugees…

… And she’s the one who has brought shame onto the community.

Talk about ass backwards.

I wonder what the family of those little child-deviants think about their sons…

Are they disgusted?

Worried about the fact that they have managed to raise child-predators?

Concerned about the type of men they will become?

Have these boys shamed their families?

I think especially of the 14 year old- the teen who is to be charged as an adult- he isn’t going to survive in a man’s prison system… as a non-American… not once his fellow inmates learn that he kidnapped and raped a little girl.

May God have mercy.

Posted in Addiction, Alcoholics, Barack Obama, C-Haze, Elections, News, Politics, Race, Relationships

Charles Barkley, Politics and a Blow Job

As we’ve all heard by now, Charles Barkley was arrested in Arizona recently on suspicion of DUI.

He ran a stop sign, and when questioned by the officer that pulled him over, he claimed he did it because he was in a hurry.

Why?

Because his “hot” passenger (his term, not mine), was about to give him a blow job.

Simply put, the poor guy was anxious- thus his need to hurry.

Huh.

This is the same guy who has his sights set on the governorship in 2014.

I wonder if his political career has ended before it even effectively began.

I don’t think his DUI would cause him any long-term consequences… certainly not all the way through 2014…

… But…

I do wonder what his… uh… blunt confession (to say the least), about breaking the law and jeopardizing others because he was on a mission to receive oral sex might do.

We’re all human, and we all make mistakes. I’ve always been a fan of Charles Barkley… mostly because he is outspoken and real.

Hopefully he will handle this most recent embarrassment forthrightly, making no excuses for his very dangerous actions.

If he does that, perhaps we can look forward to calling him Governor Barkley in a few years…

… Otherwise, he might just have been shut out.