Former Campbell County judge charged with human trafficking – ABC News
Published on Apr 21, 2017
Timothy Nolan, 70, of California, Kentucky, was arraigned in Boone County District Court Friday for crimes he’s accused of committing in August of 2016, according to Beshear. Nolan “knowingly induced, assisted or caused” the under-18 victim to “engage in illegal sexual activity” and he gave alcohol to the minor, according to court records. Judge Elizabeth Chandler ordered Nolan to wear an ankle monitor and to have not contact with the victims and family.
… Reporter Millie Weaver interviews Dr. Lois Lee, Founder and President of “Children of the Night”, while on the trail investigating child sex trafficking. Dr Lois Lee is a pioneer that has taken real action in rescuing America’s sex trafficked children and has rescued over 10,000 children. She even received the President’s Volunteer Action Award at the White House presented by President Ronald Reagan. In this interview Dr. Lee gives an insider’s perspective on the child sex trafficking industry and how more “real” work needs to be done to rescue sexually exploited and abused children from the streets and from abusive homes.
UK Budget 2014: Bill Maloney & Sonia Poulton confront Nick Clegg
Published on Mar 19, 2014
Budget Day 19 March 2014. Investigative journalists Bill Maloney and Sonia Poulton directly confront UK Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg on the subjects of institutional paedophile rings operating now and the consequences of austerity measures.
New questions have surfaced about Bill Clinton’s sexual deviancy as well as a protester crashing a live BBC news broadcast to warn of “institutional pedophile rings”.
We look at the multi-national, bi-partisan evil of sex slavery and pedophile rings. From the UK to the UN to the United States’ CIA, NSA, Republican and Democrat — the evil is pervasive and persistent.
The Young Turks take on 1 year sentence for child rapist…
“A judge apparently changed his mind after sentencing a child molester to life in prison and cut the Nevada man’s prison term to just one year.
Washoe District Judge Brent Adams blamed a “mistake” on a clerical error in filing Wednesday after he verbally sentenced Isaac Onsurez last week and electronically filed it the following day, reported the Reno Gazette-Journal.
Under the original sentence, the 69-year-old Onsurez would have been eligible for parole after 10 years.”* Ana Kasparian, Jimmy Dore (TYTComedy), Desi Doyen (Green News Report) and John Iadarola (TYT University) break it down on The Young Turks.