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Welfare Worker and Supervisor Charged in Death of Child

March 30, 2011 Leave a comment

Affirmative action Jacksons and Granny-Groid tie up instead of time out and restrict niglet to Super-Model diet.

Legal apparatchiks go into damage control, quickly pointing finger at Killin’ chillin’ agency, completely avoiding the 800 pound gorillas in the room…


Welfare Worker and Supervisor Charged in Death of Child

Kirsten Luce for The New York Times

Damon Adams, left, the former A.C.S. caseworker assigned to Marchella’s case, and his supervisor, Chereece Bell, center, were each indicted on charges of criminally negligent homicide. Marchella’s grandmother, Loretta Brett, right, was indicted on manslaughter and other charges.

Published: March 23, 2011

A former New York City child welfare worker and his supervisor were indicted on charges of criminally negligent homicide, the Brooklyn district attorney announced on Wednesday, saying that their failures had contributed to the death of a 4-year-old, Marchella Pierce, who had been repeatedly beaten and tied to a bed and weighed 18 pounds at the end of her life in September.

The girl’s grandmother, who witnessed her being tied to the bed many times, according to the district attorney, was also indicted, on manslaughter and other charges. The girl’s mother already faces a murder charge.

It was believed to be the first time in the city’s history that child welfare workers had been charged with homicide in a child’s death, and the district attorney, Charles J. Hynes, made it clear that he did not believe they were the only ones to blame.

Mr. Hynes said he was convening a special grand jury to investigate “evidence of alleged systemic failures” at the child welfare agency, the Administration for Children’s Services. The grand jury will seek to determine whether the agency had followed through on its plan for reforms after the 2006 death of Nixzmary Brown, a 7-year-old Brooklyn girl, one of a long series of abuse and neglect deaths that have pockmarked the city’s halting efforts to protect its large numbers of vulnerable children.

Damon Adams, the caseworker on Marchella’s case, and his supervisor, Chereece Bell, were indicted on charges of criminally negligent homicide, official misconduct and endangering the welfare of a child. Mr. Adams was also charged with tampering with public records and falsifying records.

Prosecutors said agency workers indicated “significant concerns” a year ago after Marchella’s mother, Carlotta Brett-Pierce, who had a history of drug abuse, left her alone in an emergency room and acted inappropriately.

Between then and the child’s death half a year later, Mr. Adams made two entries in agency computers, recording a phone call in March and an attempted home visit in June. After her death, he made five entries, saying that he had had contact with the family in March, April, June and August, and that in August he had observed her head, neck and torso and had seen no changes from previous visits.

Jacqueline Kagan, a prosecutor, said at Mr. Adams’s arraignment on Wednesday that signs of malnourishment would have been obvious by then, and that the entries had been falsified. Even if he had made the visits, she said, they would have been insufficient, because biweekly visits were required.

After Marchella’s death, Ms. Bell made several entries saying she had met with Mr. Adams on the case, prosecutors said. Mr. Hynes said Ms. Bell had failed to properly oversee and monitor Mr. Adams’s work.

“Baby Marchella might be alive today,” Mr. Hynes said, “had these A.C.S. workers attended to her case with the basic levels of care it deserved, or had her grandmother stepped in and put a stop to the shocking abuse she is charged with facilitating.”

Mr. Adams, 36, and Ms. Bell, 34, who have resigned from the agency, pleaded not guilty. Both were jailed, with bail set at $35,000 for Mr. Adams and $25,000 for Ms. Bell.

Ms. Bell’s lawyer, Joshua E. Horowitz, blamed Mr. Adams, calling him a “substandard worker” whom Ms. Bell had wanted removed from her unit. Mr. Adams’s lawyer, Wayne C. Bodden, said his client had been directed to make the post-death computer entries by “his superiors beyond Ms. Bell.”

Both lawyers blamed the agency. “Why is she being thrown to the wolves?” Ms. Horowitz said. “Why does it stop at her?”

John B. Mattingly, the commissioner of the agency, has acknowledged that it did not do its job to protect Marchella. But he warned that charging agency employees with homicide could have a chilling effect on recruiting people to the profession, a task already hampered by low pay and a high rate of burnout.

“They are going into people’s homes all hours of the night and trying to do it in ways that keep them safe as well,” Mr. Mattingly said. “If people who are interested in those kinds of jobs see this action taken by the district attorney, we have a concern, with social workers all around the country, that this will hurt our ability to recruit and retain talented people.”

According to prosecutors, Marchella’s mother tied her to her bed, beat her with a belt and a videocassette tape, deprived her of food and water, and force-fed her medication. Marchella died on Sept. 2 of child abuse syndrome, along with acute drug poisoning, blunt impact injuries, malnutrition and dehydration, prosecutors said.

Her life had never been easy. She was born more than three months prematurely, with underdeveloped lungs, and had spent most of her four years in hospitals. She returned home in February 2010, with a tracheal tube to help her breathing. The city became involved in her home life the previous month, when Ms. Brett-Pierce gave birth to a son and was found to have drugs in her system.

The agency assigned the case to Child Development Support, an independent agency in Brooklyn, to work with the family and help the mother with her drug problems. In a report on the case in October, the agency acknowledged that it had failed to properly assess the girl’s condition and plan for her care with Child Development Support. That failure was compounded by inadequate home visits and assessments by both it and the independent agency, the report said. Child Development Support’s role in the case ended in June, returning full responsibility to Children’s Services.

The case was handled by the field office in Bedford-Stuyvesant, the same one that did not prevent Nixzmary Brown’s fatal beating by her stepfather despite several complaints to the agency about her treatment.

The district attorney said Marchella’s grandmother, Loretta Brett, 56, witnessed the girl being bound to her bed on most days from last March to her death. For part of that time, prosecutors said, the bed was in the grandmother’s room.

Ms. Kagan, the prosecutor, said that Ms. Brett had acted as a second parent to Marchella — her father was not involved in the family — and that she had acknowledged to the police that Marchella had been bound regularly since May, “basically day and night,” by her hands and feet. Ms. Brett has tried to get custody of her daughter’s other two children — the infant and a 5-year-old boy — though she has tested positive for marijuana use, Ms. Kagan said. Those boys have been removed from the home.

Ms. Brett’s lawyer, Julie A. Clark, said Ms. Brett had helped investigators after Marchella’s death and denied that she had known about the beatings and restraints. Bail for Ms. Brett was set at $300,000.

Karen Zraick contributed reporting.


Man gets 32 years in Chicago student’s slaying

March 28, 2011 Leave a comment

Silvonus the stompin’ silverback puts boot to fellow boot-lip, hip-hopping on Negro appendix like inner city Easter jungle-bunny.

Chicago libtards dumbfounded by cold disregard of ape-law by population of Denzel Washingtons. Those who reside in reality proper know that these violent displays by foot-loose ferals just status quo for any areas infected with DIE-versity.

Man gets 32 years in Chicago student’s slaying


Red Robin quiz of the week:
What is young Silvonus thinking about in this picture?
A. His favorite poem by William Butler Yeats
B. The reconciliation of quantum mechanics and general relativity
C. His dick
AP – FILE – This Sept. 28, 2009 file photo released by the Chicago Police Department is Silvonus Shannon, …
By DON BABWIN, Associated Press Don Babwin, Associated Press Thu Mar 24, 6:33 pm ET

CHICAGO – Each time the video was played in court, spectators turned away at the sight of a young man bending his legs and jumping into the air near a teenager sprawled on the ground after being punched, kicked and hit over the head with a wooden board.

On Thursday, a judge cited the video of the 2009 attack that was seen around the world after it was posted online, saying that those few seconds when prosecutors say Silvonus Shannon leaped onto the head of 16-year-old honor student Derrion Albert justified the 32-year prison sentence he was handing down.

Cook County Circuit Judge Nicholas Ford said while it was impossible to know whether Shannon actually killed Albert when he stomped on his head, it did not matter. What mattered, he said, was that when Shannon jumped in the air he crossed a “hard line” that can’t be crossed. He violated a code, the judge said, that says “once a man was down he wasn’t assaulted any more. He’s out of it.”

The sentence was the latest chapter in the story of a brutal incident that became synonymous with the kind of violence that was claiming Chicago high school students at a terrifying rate — more than 20 deaths in a six-month period.

The sight of Albert, trying to defend himself against waves of attackers, being knocked to the ground, staggering up and unable to cover his body from all the kicks and punches, prompted the police department and the school district to take steps of security around schools,. At the same time, in Washington, President Barack Obama dispatched two top Cabinet officials to the city to discuss ways to quell the violence.

Five young men were charged, four as adults and one as a juvenile The juvenile has already been convicted and one of the other adults pleaded guilty to first-degree murder, with two others still awaiting trial.

Shannon stood trial in January and a jury convicted him of first-degree murder after only a few hours of deliberations, a clear signal that they had little trouble discounting the contention by Shannon and his attorney that he did not actually land on Albert’s head.

On Thursday, while there was some talk about whether Shannon landed on Albert, another student at the same high school on the city’s South Side, most of families of both victim and assailant talked about what was lost that afternoon in September of 2009 a few blocks from the high school.

Responding to all the media reports that included references to Albert’s good grades and his desire to go to college, Shannon’s cousin, Leona Shannon said, “He wants to go to college, too.”

Albert’s family reminded the judge that this was the year Albert’s future would begin to unfold, with his graduation from Fenger High School.

This should have been a time, said Bonita Braxton, when the family might have been asking Albert about his prom, his test scores and what college he was hoping to attend.

Instead, “We are asking for justice,” she said. “We will never get to see his dreams come alive.”

Albert’s mother told Shannon that nothing he could say would make any difference to her.

“There’s no apology you could ever give to me that I would forgive you,” she said. “You helped destroy a family.”

Shannon did try to apologize.

“I’m genuinely sorry for what happened and I hope you can forgive me,” he said, standing in the courtroom, his body turned to Albert, her father and other relatives.

Byman had asked the judge to impose the minimum sentence of 20 years and not the 60-year maximum. He said that even the jury, after reaching a verdict, had asked the judge to show some mercy toward Shannon.

Shannon, though, seemed to know by the time Ford told him his sentence, that he wouldn’t be sentenced to 20 years in prison. His head was already in his hands when Ford imposed a 32-year sentence — or six years more than the man who pleaded guilty to first-degree murder earlier this year.

When it was over, Ford allowed Shannon to hug his mother.


Bye Bye White American Pie

March 27, 2011 1 comment

A long, long time ago
I can still remember
America used to make me smile
And I knew our kids had a place
That was just for their peoples’ race

But 2011 made me wonder
About our kinfolks falling numbers
Bad news on the internet
Genocide took one more step

I can remember how Liberals laughed
And Jews just smiled with deadly wrath
Our countries going down so fast
Looks like our time has past

So bye, bye White American pie
Sold your birthright to the non-White
How your children will cry
And them Republican boys line their pockets with lies
Sighing, I guess the west will just have to die
I guess the west will just have to die

Once our cities were so clean
Streets were safe and houses gleamed
But the bible thumpers cried
That the Negro was denied
Now he rapes and kills your pride
And all you do is run away and hide

Well I know you think we’re equal
That Mestizos are just the sequel
But that Marxist yarn ain’t true
They come to take and conquer you

In 1965 they changed our nation
Jews and traitors changed immigration
Instead of Whites we now get Haitians
That’s how your country dies

Democrats are singin’
Bye, bye White American pie
Sold your birthright to the non-White
How your children will cry
And them Republican boys just line their pockets with lies
Sighing, I guess the west will just have to die
I guess the west will just have to die.

_The number of non-Hispanic whites, whose median age is now 41, edged up slightly to 196.8 million. Declining birth rates meant their share of the total U.S. population dropped over the last decade from 69 percent to roughly 64 percent.


Adrian Peterson, Slavery, We Could Only Hope.

March 24, 2011 1 comment

Vikings tailback Adrian Peterson caused quite a stir last week when he reportedly compared the current NFL Labor situation to slavery.

The current lockout prohibits communications between the players and the organization, so Vikings owner Zygi Wilf and head coach Leslie Frazier are unable to comment on Peterson’s comments at this time.
Peterson is unhappy that owners are refusing to disclose their financial information and Peterson alleges that it appears as though the owners are “hiding something”.
“It’s modern-day slavery, you know? People kind of laugh at that, but there are people working at regular jobs who get treated the same way, too. With all the money,”

Slavery indeed. “Adrian Peterson” comparing the NFL to slavery is very very funny.

I will admit I feel like a “slave” of the government at times but to equate his multi million dollar gig to actual slavery is ridiculous. I don’t even have to point out the obvious flaws in that analogy.

When men were men.

Here is one for you Adrian you charcoal monkey jackass. I think the NFL is a kin to the white flight syndrome.

It was a sport of great white men and then you niggers sullied the game with your diversity and equal opportunity.

Criminal Zoo Animal

You have almost chased all the whites out of the neighborhood, I see more and more porch monkey coaches and darky quarterbacks. Now if they could just get you to behave.

Chew on that you knuckle dragging dumbass.

Bath Time for Bonzo

March 24, 2011 3 comments

Butterfly McSaamiya prepares some gastronomic ghetto lobster for DIE-versity diners. Par-boiled Picaninny in medium-rare condition at burn bistro.

1:00 PM

Mother Accused of Scalding 4-Year-Old Son

By: YNN Staff

Mother Accused of Scalding 4-Year-Old Son
“Come gits sum a muh woyld famous blackened Boy-b-que. Remembuh, ats muh section 8 restuh-raunt you aint’s jess ah custumuh-you am fambly…”
A Rochester mother is charged with assault for allegedly scalding her four-year-old boy in February.

According to the Rochester Police Department, Saamiya Thomas, 18, is charged with two counts of first degree assault.

Investigators reported that Thomas brought her son to Rochester General Hospital on February 6th with second and third degree burns covering 40 percent of his body. Police said the burns were caused when the victim was put in scalding bath water.

The child has since been transferred to the burn unit at the University of Rochester Medical Center.

Thomas is being held at the Monroe County Jail in lieu of $30,000 cash bail. She is scheduled to appear in court Friday.


Dall-ass Dez

March 23, 2011 1 comment

Niggerballer bawls after being told by donut-munchers to tuck away his black pigskin and make small attempt at assimilating with rest of human populace.

Typical jungle-bunny love demonstrated by jock-sniffing hack reporter who chastises White society for demanding these over-paid gridiron gorillas play some cover-too on their African ass.


The unfortunate case of Dez Bryant and excessively droopy pants


Dez Bryant(notes) made headlines Tuesday night after police were called to intervene in a dispute over the fit of his pants, or, depending on who you believe, the fit of his friends’ pants. Someone’s pants were deemed too low by whoever is in charge of pants policy at the North Park mall in Dallas.

Here’s the Dallas PD’s side of the story:

Desmond Bryant(notes) was issued a criminal trespass warning by representatives of NorthPark Center when he began using profanity after he and his companions were requested to pull their pants up by Dallas Police officers working off-duty at the scene so as to not expose their underwear and buttocks to other patrons of the center. This action is not a violation of law and officers would have taken no official police action. Mr. Bryant’s response to the request was profanity laced [as in, per the police report, “What the [expletive], you stopped me like I stole something!”], and center representatives felt the outburst merited a request for Mr. Bryant to leave the premises.

There’s more here. And here’s Bryant’s side of the story, via Calvin Watkins at

Bryant, however, told his pants were up but some of his friends’ pants were down.

“It really wasn’t me in the wrong,” Bryant said Tuesday. “It’s not even an issue.” […]

“I told the guy I’m not trying to get in trouble,” Bryant said. “I’m not trying to destroy my image. The [warning] wasn’t toward me. I was trying to figure out what was going on. It was a big misunderstanding. I was the wrong guy.”

If Dez is telling the truth and the culprit was indeed someone else, I’d just like to warn the people of Dallas to stay vigilant. There’s currently someone at large with his pants at an unacceptable level. I expect that the Dallas PD will begin its investigation by interviewing all local plumbers.

As for Bryant, he’s already moved on, and is confident that he’ll be welcomed back at the North Park Mall.


Cain and Cable

March 23, 2011 1 comment

Prime- time primate Peter Barkley gets vid-evil on fellow orc’s ass by administering TNB beatdown with television set.

IQ still in the tank for star simians, but Libtard ratings confirm that these Emmy-Ebonies will be renewed for another smash-hit season of wanton violence on channel McAmerica.

Man involved in gang assault sentenced to 18 years

Posted at: 03/21/2011 6:13 AM | Updated at: 03/21/2011 4:21 PM


“fuck you, honkey! yawl bettah stops lookin’ ats me like dat or ize smack ya upside da haid wit a bluray!

A man accused of beating a Rochester man to death was sentenced Monday.

Peter Barkley is one of three men charged with gang assault. Police say the men used sticks, a chain padlock and even a television to beat up 46-year-old Martin Quinn last June. The assault happened in Quinn’s house on Grand Avenue.

Today, Barkley was sentenced to 18 years in state prison and five years post release supervision in the death of Martin Quinn. He was sentenced as a second felony offender.

Jeffrey Newton is currently serving 25 years in prison for his role in the brutal attack.

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