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Mother, Richael Michel, Pleads Guilty To Sexually Assaulting 16-Year-Old Boy

September 27th 2009

A 45-year-old Fort Collins mother who enjoys animal costumes admitted Friday to

having sex with a teenage boy she introduced to the “furry” lifestyle.

Under the terms of her guilty-plea deal Friday,

Richael L. Michels, (pictured left) 45, must register as a sex offender and could still face jail time when she is sentenced by Larimer County Judge

Dave Williams on Nov. 12.

In exchange for pleading guilty to misdemeanor sexual assault and unlawful sexual

conduct, prosecutors dropped other charges, including felony sexual assault on a child.

Michels, who is married, now admits to having sex “on multiple occasions” with a

16-year-old boy she took to furry events.

Furries enjoy dressing up as animals, but members have said sex is not routinely part

of that fantasy. Michels allegedly dressed as a cat and went by the name “Kitten.”

At a hearing Friday, Michels told the judge she is bipolar, taking prescription drugs,

seeing a psychiatrist and undertaking other mental health treatment.

Michels’ husband first told the state Department of Human Services he thought his

wife was having the affair, after he grew suspicious about her activity on the Internet and she had become immersed in

the furry life style, according to the July arrest affidavit.

According to arrest documents, other members confronted Michels about the

inappropriate relationship, which included kissing and other displays of affection at events.

Michels was a friend to the boy’s parents.

According to the arrest affidavit, the boy told police that Michels “even made a

comment about the irony of (his) mom trusting her as a mentor . . . and the whole time she was having sex with

him.”

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Court: NY Mom Who Kidnapped Son is the ‘Perpetrator of Domestic Violence’

Court: NY Mom Who Kidnapped Son is the ‘Perpetrator of Domestic Violence’

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

By Robert Franklin, Esq.

For the better part of a decade, a Queens woman portrayed herself — in the news, on her blog and in court — as the long-suffering victim of domestic violence and a devoted mother forced to kidnap her son to save him from abuse!!

In fact, it was the woman herself, Jing Kelly, who was the “perpetrator of domestic violence,” who repeatedly lied on the stand and who had “a history of neglecting the child,” according to a Manhattan Family Court decision that an appellate court unanimously upheld last week.

The lengthy, very public legal battle that Kelly waged for years — in which she claimed her then-husband raped her, threatened her at gunpoint and used prostitutes has ended with her permanently losing custody of their now 9-year-old son, Tristram.

That’s the latest on a custody battle that has raged in a Manhattan Family Court for the better part of a decade. (Read about it here (New York Post, 9/14/09).) In addition to Jing’s repeated and very public false claims of rape and other forms of abuse, she fled to China with Tristram for 18 months. She was returned to this country in 2003 and jailed for kidnapping. Jing’s husband and Tristram’s father, Craig Kelly, died of stomach cancer shortly after she kidnapped the child. His brother Doug, Tristram’s uncle, has permanent custody of the boy who is now nine years old.

In order to put this case in some perspective, go back to this article in August of 2005 (New York Post, 8/27/05). By that time Craig Kelly was long dead. Notice that Jing Kelly, who has kidnapped Tristram, fled to China, returned to Canada and been imprisoned is now “Surrounded by Chinese-American leaders and women’s rights advocates…” And notice further how respectful they are of the dead when one refers to Craig Kelly as “an abusive bastard of a husband.”

Nice. I wonder what these people have to say now. I even wonder why they said what they said then given that there were photos of Craig Kelly with massive bite marks on his neck and his head entirely wrapped in a gauze bandage from being struck by Jing with a lamp.

Glenn’s written before about claims of DV or sexual violence made by women in the middle of divorce cases. Very frequently “women’s rights advocates” are there front and center with their ready-made support for the “victim,” regardless of facts.

Will Mr. John Liu, NY City Councilman, or the women’s rights advocates who were so quick to libel the good name of Craig Kelly come forward now and apologize for their shameful wrongdoing? Or will they do as they’ve done in every similar case – either not say a word or claim that in some way, the court is wrong and they are right, despite all the evidence?

Court: NY Mom Who Kidnapped Son is the ‘Perpetrator of Domestic Violence’ | Glenn Sacks on MND.

Court: NY Mom Who Kidnapped Son is the ‘Perpetrator of Domestic Violence’

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

By Robert Franklin, Esq.

For the better part of a decade, a Queens woman portrayed herself — in the news, on her blog and in court — as the long-suffering victim of domestic violence and a devoted mother forced to kidnap her son to save him from abuse!!

In fact, it was the woman herself, Jing Kelly, who was the “perpetrator of domestic violence,” who repeatedly lied on the stand and who had “a history of neglecting the child,” according to a Manhattan Family Court decision that an appellate court unanimously upheld last week.

The lengthy, very public legal battle that Kelly waged for years — in which she claimed her then-husband raped her, threatened her at gunpoint and used prostitutes has ended with her permanently losing custody of their now 9-year-old son, Tristram.

That’s the latest on a custody battle that has raged in a Manhattan Family Court for the better part of a decade. (Read about it here (New York Post, 9/14/09).) In addition to Jing’s repeated and very public false claims of rape and other forms of abuse, she fled to China with Tristram for 18 months. She was returned to this country in 2003 and jailed for kidnapping. Jing’s husband and Tristram’s father, Craig Kelly, died of stomach cancer shortly after she kidnapped the child. His brother Doug, Tristram’s uncle, has permanent custody of the boy who is now nine years old.

In order to put this case in some perspective, go back to this article in August of 2005 (New York Post, 8/27/05). By that time Craig Kelly was long dead. Notice that Jing Kelly, who has kidnapped Tristram, fled to China, returned to Canada and been imprisoned is now “Surrounded by Chinese-American leaders and women’s rights advocates…” And notice further how respectful they are of the dead when one refers to Craig Kelly as “an abusive bastard of a husband.”

Nice. I wonder what these people have to say now. I even wonder why they said what they said then given that there were photos of Craig Kelly with massive bite marks on his neck and his head entirely wrapped in a gauze bandage from being struck by Jing with a lamp.

Glenn’s written before about claims of DV or sexual violence made by women in the middle of divorce cases. Very frequently “women’s rights advocates” are there front and center with their ready-made support for the “victim,” regardless of facts.

Will Mr. John Liu, NY City Councilman, or the women’s rights advocates who were so quick to libel the good name of Craig Kelly come forward now and apologize for their shameful wrongdoing? Or will they do as they’ve done in every similar case – either not say a word or claim that in some way, the court is wrong and they are right, despite all the evidence?

Court: NY Mom Who Kidnapped Son is the ‘Perpetrator of Domestic Violence’ | Glenn Sacks on MND.

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The Family Terrorist

Paul Elam, Amfortas and Christian J show and tell of the damage done within families and society by intransigent people, in this instance Women, who are prepared to destroy their own families to get their own way. Erin Pizzey documented the effects of showing the Truth about violent women, for which she received Feminist death threats. Dr Eric Berne shows several ‘Games’ used including the ‘let’s you and him fight’ game so common today where cops and courts do the dirty work that leaves children unprotected.

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The female discount for sexual predators

By Tracy

Moore

Published on July 08, 2009 at 8:15am

Former Portland High School math teacher Sandy Binkley and husband Doug sit together with

their hands clasped in unity. They are the picture of a thirty-something couple from an outskirt town. Their gold jewelry is modest; their business casual attire freshly pressed.

Gone is the vacant stare, straggly bleached locks and darkened roots from Sandy’s September mug shot, when she was arrested for the statutory rape of a 17-year-old student. (Age of consent in Tennessee is 18.) She now sits comfortably with an almost serene glow, her salon-cut hair a glossy auburn as she prepares to deliver her defense: It was she who was raped.

“No one disputes the encounter that happened in a classroom at Portland High School,” the Channel 5 broadcast begins.

Then it cuts to Binkley in prim pastel, shaking her head. “But I can tell you that there was one incident, and only one incident,” she says with a thick Southern accent, her eyes narrowing on the reporter.

That incident took place in March of last year, when, according to police, Binkley and the student had sex while classes were going on nearby. But Binkley insists the student forced himself on her in the office of the girls’ volleyball locker room.

“There was one incident with one student who was a month away from being 18,” she asserts with quiet calm. “He was bigger than me and he forced himself on me.”

It’s a puzzling assertion from a rape victim, this emphasis on the student’s near-adult status and the insistence that only one interaction took place. Absent is the rage of a victim or the defiance of someone wrongly accused. Instead, Binkley fidgets with her fingernail, answering questions with an embarrassed smirk. “It’s very absurd,” she says with an almost imperceptible laugh. “It’s very hard to believe someone would accuse me of this.”

“Did you resist?” the reporter asks Binkley in the broadcast.

“Yes I did,” she says matter-of-factly. “But he crossed the boundary and there was nothing I could do.”

Since that TV interview, Judge David Gay has placed a gag order on all participants in the Binkley case. But it’s easy to discern from court documents that prosecutors will tell a different story. They will likely portray an educator dubiously popular with students—the sort of hip

teacher who maintained a Facebook page and courted students as friends, even working out with some at a local gym.

They will argue that she had sex with not one, but three different boys—two of whom are brothers. Together, the official complaints describe multiple encounters over nearly two years—sex in storage closets, classrooms, in Binkley’s car on rural roads and even in the driveway of one student’s home—from early 2007 to late 2008.

They will emphasize that she never filed a complaint about the alleged rape at Portland High. “She only reported the encounter as rape when faced with the evidence that we had proving that sexual activity did occur between her and the victim on school campus,” reads a statement from Assistant Police Chief Richard Smith. “Her story is not consistent with a rape victim.”

They will point out that a rape victim doesn’t usually continue to text message, call and hang out with their assailant, as Binkley did. Nor do they typically buy their rapist expensive graduation presents.

Perhaps they will paint her as unhappily married, seeking out the comfort of boys—her bubbly, outgoing persona merely a mask to hide a troubling depression.

If they draw at all from the prosecution of other female sex offenders, they will show her as a dangerous sexual predator who groomed her victims, forming intense friendships with students she fancied until they let their guard down so she could seduce them.

They will point to the words of a 17-year-old, who said he knew Binkley intimately enough to know her tubes were tied, so he didn’t need to wear a condom.

“She laid down on the desk and I began to have intercourse with her,” he said at one hearing. “. . . She said this isn’t what you expected when you signed up for a teacher’s aid.”

Binkley would only be caught after a student’s mother found a confusing text message on her son’s cell phone. “I’ll have to mark you absent,” it said. The mother dialed the number and got Binkley’s voicemail. She wondered why the teacher would text a student rather than call his parents, so she got in touch with administrators and police.

The evidence seems mounted against her as she heads for a September trial on seven counts of statutory rape and two counts of sexual battery by an authority figure. But if the past offers any prediction, she’s almost sure to get the female discount if she’s convicted.

Reported sex offenses by women increased tenfold from the ’80s to the ’90s, yet their prison time remains but a fraction of what men receive. A Kansas State professor found that, on

average, male teachers faced up to 20 years in prison for sex abuse, while female teachers were handed probation,

house arrest or a maximum of three years of jail time.

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Deliberately Lying about Domestic Violence in Australia
Part 1
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The ‘women’s Safety Survey’ was “uncorroborated, biased and manipulated” ‘Advocacy research’ orchestrated by the Office for the Status of Women and passed off as Bureau of Statistics report. It caused an enormous row, says MRA Amfortas. Manipulated definitions and hysterical claims copied from America made innocuous behaviour criminal. DV sells commercial products to women and expropriates public funds for the fastest growing Industry in Australia.

Part 2: Three other sources of ‘official’ data which are routinely manipulated and presented to support DV lies are analyzed by Amfortas and compared to Independent University research which completely contradicts the ‘official message’. “It would be generous to think that this manipulation and bias was just the result of incompetence. But as we can see there is something far darker behind it. It is corruption. It is deliberate.”

Part 3: Christian J narrates how the 2006 Australian Bureau of Statistics Personal Safety Survey completely contradicted the Government’s 1996 survey. He also points to the attempts by feminist bureaucrats to manipulate by having ONLY female interviewers to bias the results. Results show women twice as safe as men. The Government has thrown a blanket of silence over it. Feminists maintain an undemocratic stranglehold, expropriating public monies for their anti-male Industry.

Infants are Murdered Every Year by the Hands of Their Mothers

Infanticide – Ultimate Child Abuse

Infants are Murdered Every Year by the Hands of Their Mothers

© Karen Stephenson

Murdering a newborn baby, what could be more depraved? A woman killing a child she gave birth to is unthinkable, yet it happens. Infant homicide is a horrific crime.

In a Wetaskiwin, Alberta courtroom in the autumn of 2006, a sentence was handed to a twenty year old woman that shocked many people. Katrina Effert was given a life sentence with no parole for ten years for the killing of her newborn son, Rodney. In a bid to keep her pregnancy and childbirth a secret from her parents, she suffocated her baby with a towel and a pair of her thong underwear.

Effert’s life sentence was unprecedented for a case of infant homicide, or better known as infanticide. No Canadian woman has been sent to jail for over one year for this crime. This is because in 1948 a legal provision was enacted to Canadian infanticide law that emulated the English Infanticide Act of 1922. Law makers and the medical community believed that at the time of committing infant homicide, if the mother has not fully recovered from the effects of giving birth to the child, her mind is deemed “disturbed”.

Infanticide is defined as being when a woman, by a willful act or omission, causes the death of her baby under one year of age. Neonaticide is when a mother kills her newborn baby.

Kirsten Johnson Kramer Ph. D. and William Watson, Ph. D., authored: “Canadian Infanticide Legislation, 1948 and 1955: Reflections on the Medicalization/Autopoiesis Debate”, in the Canadian Journal of Sociology. They state that the implication drawn by the feminist medicalization theorists is that the law, following psychiatry, claims that women are prone to mental instability for giving birth.

Many advocates across Canada and the United States claim that a baby’s right to live should override sympathy for infanticidal mothers. Many years ago, sympathy was directed more to the mother, who faced shame and isolation for being a single mother. In “Crime and Women – Feminine Equality and the Criminal Law”, Supreme Court Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin wrote: “Women faced with an unwanted pregnancy now have a number of less desperate alternatives available to them.”

Shifting Attitudes

A change of attitude among many in Canada and the United States has swelled in recent years. Abstinence, contraception, abortion, adoption and foster care are all less desperate alternatives that society has put into place so women have choices.

Attitudes began to shift after a groundbreaking study by Dr. Phillip Resnick of Cleveland’s Case Western Reserve was released in 1970. It found that mothers who commit infant homicide are not psychotic, suicidal or depressed, but mothers who kill their older children often are.

Some people, and likely many who served on the Wetaskiwin jury, no longer view the killing of a newborn as a justifiable act of a desperate woman. Infanticide is the most unacceptable form of child abuse. Writer Anne Woudstra feels that if a pregnant woman fits the profile of women who have committed infanticide, then it should become mandatory for these women to undergo a psychiatric evaluation before leaving the hospital with her baby. Not only can this form of intervention save a life, but it can be a method of getting help for the new mother.

Risk Factors

Mothers-to-be who might be at risk of committing infanticide are those who are young (generally under twenty), have a low level of education, are unemployed with no means of being self-supporting, show signs of psychotherapy, alcoholism or drug abuse.

Sadly, there are no shortage of headlines sharing the ultimate tragedy of the death of a baby. Prevention is crucial for mothers-at-risk. Recognizing the signs and helping is important in eliminating infanticide in Canada and the United States.

Further Reading:

Prohibiting Female Infanticide

Mar 7, 2009

Infanticide is a Crime, Nesstor4u2 at Morguefile.com
Murdering a newborn baby, what could be more depraved? A woman killing a child she gave birth to is unthinkable, yet it happens. Infant homicide is a horrific crime.

In a Wetaskiwin, Alberta courtroom in the autumn of 2006, a sentence was handed to a twenty year old woman that shocked many people. Katrina Effert was given a life sentence with no parole for ten years for the killing of her newborn son, Rodney. In a bid to keep her pregnancy and childbirth a secret from her parents, she suffocated her baby with a towel and a pair of her thong underwear.

Effert’s life sentence was unprecedented for a case of infant homicide, or better known as infanticide. No Canadian woman has been sent to jail for over one year for this crime. This is because in 1948 a legal provision was enacted to Canadian infanticide law that emulated the English Infanticide Act of 1922. Law makers and the medical community believed that at the time of committing infant homicide, if the mother has not fully recovered from the effects of giving birth to the child, her mind is deemed “disturbed”.

Infanticide is defined as being when a woman, by a willful act or omission, causes the death of her baby under one year of age. Neonaticide is when a mother kills her newborn baby.

Kirsten Johnson Kramer Ph. D. and William Watson, Ph. D., authored: “Canadian Infanticide Legislation, 1948 and 1955: Reflections on the Medicalization/Autopoiesis Debate”, in the Canadian Journal of Sociology. They state that the implication drawn by the feminist medicalization theorists is that the law, following psychiatry, claims that women are prone to mental instability for giving birth.

Many advocates across Canada and the United States claim that a baby’s right to live should override sympathy for infanticidal mothers. Many years ago, sympathy was directed more to the mother, who faced shame and isolation for being a single mother. In “Crime and Women – Feminine Equality and the Criminal Law”, Supreme Court Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin wrote: “Women faced with an unwanted pregnancy now have a number of less desperate alternatives available to them.”

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Shifting Attitudes

A change of attitude among many in Canada and the United States has swelled in recent years. Abstinence, contraception, abortion, adoption and foster care are all less desperate alternatives that society has put into place so women have choices.

Attitudes began to shift after a groundbreaking study by Dr. Phillip Resnick of Cleveland’s Case Western Reserve was released in 1970. It found that mothers who commit infant homicide are not psychotic, suicidal or depressed, but mothers who kill their older children often are.

Some people, and likely many who served on the Wetaskiwin jury, no longer view the killing of a newborn as a justifiable act of a desperate woman. Infanticide is the most unacceptable form of child abuse. Writer Anne Woudstra feels that if a pregnant woman fits the profile of women who have committed infanticide, then it should become mandatory for these women to undergo a psychiatric evaluation before leaving the hospital with her baby. Not only can this form of intervention save a life, but it can be a method of getting help for the new mother.

Risk Factors

Mothers-to-be who might be at risk of committing infanticide are those who are young (generally under twenty), have a low level of education, are unemployed with no means of being self-supporting, show signs of psychotherapy, alcoholism or drug abuse.

Sadly, there are no shortage of headlines sharing the ultimate tragedy of the death of a baby. Prevention is crucial for mothers-at-risk. Recognizing the signs and helping is important in eliminating infanticide in Canada and the United States.

Further Reading:

Prohibiting Female Infanticide

Infanticide – Ultimate Child Abuse: Infants are Murdered Every Year by the Hands of Their Mothers | Suite101.com.


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