- Posted March 3, 2013 by
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Black Girls Devalued~America's Image Problem
January 2013 – How can a 15-year-old disabled New York girl be raped while her teacher is just feet away?
“The special needs student, identified only by the initials K.J., was allegedly sexually assaulted for 10 minutes as another student 'hit her on the head whenever she tried to escape,' during a science class at Martin De Porres Academy in Elmont, N.Y.”
Please explain how this can go unnoticed a classroom? Sure, classroom crowding may be an issue. However, a classroom can’t be crowded enough where a gang rape is happening without notice.
March 2010 – An 11 year old was pulled into a public restroom and gang raped by more than seven men. According to news sources, she was
“. . . approached by the older girl, whom she knew, at a shopping center on the afternoon of March 10 and was led to the park where the male gang members were waiting to assault her, Lt. Chad Bianco told the Riverside Press-Enterprise.”
A familiar and trusted girl lured this child out. That same month and in the same park, an 11-year-old Hispanic girl was gang raped by 19 Black men. Something is terribly demented and wrong with many of our society’s children. New Black Panther Party leader, and convicted crack dealer, Quanell X leads a rally to demand the release of the suspects.
Here is what Quanell ‘X’ had to say about this 11 year-old:
"It was not the young girl that yelled rape. Stop right there, something’s wrong brothers and sisters," said Quanell X.
'Every adult male that had sex with this child should go to prison, I don't care what the colour is.'
'But I do not believe black males are the only ones that had contact with this young child. It appears to me there's only been the selective prosecution of one community, which is African-American.'
First off, QUA-NELL, rape is NOT sex! Secondly, it doesn’t matter who else had sexual contact with this child, she is still a CHILD!
More appalling is what one of the rapist’s defense attorney said about the 11 year-old gang rape victim:
During wrap-up testimony on Tuesday, Steve Taylor, who represents Jared Len Cruse on charges that he joined in the repeated rape and sexual assault of the now-13-year-old girl during a 3-month span in 2010, likened her to a spider who lured the suspects. He said she was "the reason" that the encounters happened, the Houston Chronicle reported.
"Like the spider and the fly. Wasn't she saying, 'Come into my parlor, said the spider to the fly?'" Taylor asked.
"I wouldn't call her a spider," Langdon replied. "I'd say she was just an 11-year-old girl."
"I hope nothing like this ever happens to your two teenage sons," Taylor snapped back.
Oh really, Mr. Langdon? So, if your 11 year-old daughter was gang raped, it was because your daughter said, "Come into my parlor?" What a disturbing statement.
Of course, Mr. Langdon, blame the victim. In America, it appears it's a crime to hold the child rapist accountable for destroying this child’s life. America, we still have a human rights issue in 2013.
October 2012 – A 15 year old was kidnapped, repeatedly raped, and sodomized for three days by three Pennsylvania men until she escaped.
“Police have charged Eddie A. Johnson, 37, of Philadelphia, and Alfred Kulah, 35, and Mortiman Kesselly, 41, both of Upper Darby, for the unthinkably horrific crime.”
The three were charged with rape, statutory sexual assault, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, sexual assault, aggravated indecent assault, kidnapping, unlawful restraint, false imprisonment of a juvenile and assault, according to the District Attorney's office. They were arraigned on Tuesday and held on $100,000 bond. What the freaking WHAT?!!!!! They were only held on $100,000 bond? If she were a non-Black girl, they would be held on several million dollars bond. Once again, Black girls and women are so devalued in America, even criminals aren’t afraid to harm us! Who cares if these demons cannot afford a $10 bond? It’s the message that holds strength. Black girls and women who are raped are equally worth what non-Black girls and women who are raped. America truly has an image problem, especially when it comes to equal legal fairness to Black girls and women.
How can America demand other nations to respect the human rights of their citizenry when American Black girls and woman are disrespected by the American legal system? How can the American mainstream media report atrocities from other nations, when it doesn’t respect the lives of American Black girls and women who are abused, maimed, raped, or killed through its lack of in depth coverage of such atrocities?
Of course, there is the Internet. However, when was the last time you saw 24/7 coverage on the brutality of Black girls and women on mainstream media? It appears the lives of Black girls and women are just novelties to fill in when there is nothing else ‘important’ to report. No wonder these rapists are so comfortable gang raping our children.