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Doctor creates a ‘pain in the penis’

Rape-aXe

Rapists beware, now the vagina you are violating can bite back.

On Sunday, I tweeted: South African doctor invents female condoms with ‘teeth’ to fight rape

I thought the story was nuts, but then I re-read it on my computer instead of on my phone as I did Sunday and saw a picture. Wow. This is going to cause a real pain in the penis.

I mean, look at that thing. It really does have teeth!

The article says it doesn’t harm the guy, but from the looks of it, I would have to disagree. Just because it doesn’t break the skin doesn’t mean it wouldn’t hurt like hell.

It is called Rape-aXe, and it is a great start to curbing rape crimes.

Read the article. It is quite interesting.

Victims testify in Inman Police Chief case

Inman Police Chief Mike Leland Akins Jr. is accused of abusing three girls and one boy, all under the age of 14, and the alleged crimes were reported to have happened between December 2008 and December 2009.

He is charged with one count of rape of a child, 12 counts of aggravated indecent liberties with a child, two counts of aggravated indecent solicitation of a child, one count of indecent solicitation of a child, one count of lewd and lascivious behavior, and two counts of misdemeanor battery. Six of those charges, if he’s convicted, could result in sentences of life in prison.

After being rescheduled, Akins’ hearing took place Friday, and a mother and her 13-year-old son took the stand in the hearing.

According to a Hutchinson News report, “The mother said Akins often ate lunch with local elementary students and taught, ‘personal safety courses’ to the students, which included informing them about what a ‘good touch’ and ‘bad touch’ means . . . It wasn’t until a few months ago, in December, that her 14-year-old daughter disclosed that Akins had been touching her inappropriately between May and December 2009, the mother said . . . The girl said Akins had touched her in a home, in a car, and at times while he was in uniform ‘with his gun and his holster,’ the mother testified . . . A 13-year-old boy testified before noon (Friday) that Akins had twice touched him inappropriately and that he had seen Akins touch his sisters. The boy also admitted on the stand that he had told friends he didn’t like Akins . . . Both the mother and boy testified that Akins called the three girls obscene names.”

The Hutch News also reported that “Akins is represented by McPherson attorney David Harger, Assistant attorney general Christine Ladner is the prosecutor (for Friday’s) hearing, which is being heard by retired Sedgwick County District Court judge Ronald Innes because area judges have recused themselves from the case.”

A 14-year-old girl also testified.

According to another Hutch News report, “the girl testified Akins touched her multiple times in a home – sometimes while he was in uniform – and once in a car. She said she didn’t tell anyone because Akins was a police officer and she didn’t know how he would react . . . The girl said she had slapped him before and told him ‘no,’ but sometimes she would let him touch her ‘to get him to leave me alone.’ The girl said Akins was sometimes mean to her if she refused his advances.”

“Both children said Akins at times tried to pretend some of the inappropriate touching was a joke. The girl said he would grab her chest, laugh and say he thought she was falling down,” the report said.

Akins and the mother were romantically involved, but “relationship turned sour in December, when the couple parted ways . . .”

According to the report, “Innes dismissed one of the 12 counts of aggravated indecent liberties with a child. Two of those charges stem from the 14-year-old girl allegedly being touched inappropriately twice in a car, but the girl testified it happened only once in a car . . . Two counts of aggravated indecent solicitation of a child were added against Akins, based on the 14-year-old girl’s testimony, so he still faces 19 counts. Akins is also charged with one count of indecent solicitation of a child, one count of lewd and lascivious behavior and two counts of misdemeanor battery . . . On Friday, Ladner amended the severity level of one of the charges against Akins. He now faces five, not six, life sentences in prison without the possibility of parole for 25 years upon conviction, under Jessica’s Law.”

Akins is slated to face arraignment April 20.

Catholic school girl sells her virginity

This is what every Catholic school girl looks like, right? I sure hope so.

Those crazy foreigners and their odd approaches to sex.

The Huffington Post recently had a story that jumped out at me for its novelty, and it concerned intercourse.

A 16-year-old Catholic school girl in Northern Ireland was selling her virginity in order to raise money for art supplies and funds to got to a university, according to the story.

This girl placed an ad for her V-card on a United Kingdom-based online classifieds site called Gumtree. The ad doesn’t seem to still be up, but it was reportedly listed under “Virginity for Sale.”

To uncover this story, a reporter from the Belfast Telegraph posed as a bidder. Once the reporter made his offer and she accepted, she sent him a bunch of text messages that were sexual in nature, according to The Telegraph.

The text messages were reported to say the following: “I’m 17 at the end of the month, but I look way older. I’m tallish, size 14-ish, size 36D breasts, long browny-blonde hair. I actually have three piercings . . . I can basically do this any Saturday. Do you want me all night? What exactly is it you wish to do? . . . And by the way, I need cash in hand before the actual sex. I’m not up for getting conned. And probably gonna drink a lot before or I’ll be shy, OK?”

Of course, the reporter then revealed his true identity, and the naughty school girl panicked and said it was a joke.

Regardless of how morally bad this is, I have to admire her entrepreneurship. At least she’s trying to make money. My only suggestion is to ask for more money next time. She agreed to a measly $9,677.

Natalie Dylan

In September 2009, 22-year-old Natalie Dylan, a smoking-hot student from San Diego who has a degree in Women’s Studies, also offered up her innocence to the highest bidder to pay for a master’s degree in Family and Marriage therapy.

She got offered $3.7 million. She can thank her sister, Avia, 23,  for the inspiration because Avia “paid for her own degree after working as a prostitute for three weeks,” according to reports.

Also, “In 2005 a Peruvian model, also 18, put herself up for sale to help pay her family’s medical bills but ended up having second thoughts and turning down $1.5 million,” according to The Telegraph.

See, this Irish lass should have held out for more money. She didn’t even get more than $10,000, while Natalie was getting offers for millions.

Come on! If you are going to travel to path of moral ineptitude and be a whore for hire, at least be a savvy entrepreneur. Make some real money. Wait until you get serious, monetary offers for your uncharted booty.

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The Huffington Post also said that eight months ago a 16-year-old Bangladeshi girl got raped.

Now she has been “given 101 lashes as punishment for having conceived during the assault,” the article said.

The rapist wasn’t punished at all.

That makes sense, doesn’t it?

Wow.

Bangladesh is a mixed up place that needs correcting. Soon.

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Balal Khan

A 13-year-old United Kingdom boy, Balal Khan, raped a 20-year-old woman in front of his friends.

The sick little kid is getting a sentence of three years in a young offenders’ institution, according to the article.

Now that is justice. Bravo, U.K. legal system, even if “by law, anyone under 18 years old faces a lesser sentence for rape than an adult, and for those aged 14 or under the term is reduced further,” as the article reported.

So what’s with all the sex?

Good question. And it is one I can answer quite easily.

See, all those articles came from one common source — The Telegraph.

I just thought it was quite interesting that all these stories came from one dominant U.K. news outlet.

Of course, I did think the articles were odd enough to be interesting and merit an opinion, but the journalism nerd in me was also intrigued by the news judgment and the value The Telegraph put on such stories, which of course The Huffington Post then also picked up on.

Now if you’ll excuse me, thanks to another article by The Telegraph, I think I am going to join “girls aged between 11 and 15” over the pond and enjoy some wine. Doesn’t that sound good? After all, it’s never too early to enjoy a beverage of choice.

Hearing for accused Inman police chief rescheduled

Mike Akins

Inman Police Chief Mike Leland Akins Jr. is accused of abusing three girls and one boy, all under the age of 14, and the alleged crimes were reported to have happened between December 2008 and December 2009.

He is charged with one count of rape of a child, 12 counts of aggravated indecent liberties with a child, two counts of aggravated indecent solicitation of a child, one count of indecent solicitation of a child, one count of lewd and lascivious behavior, and two counts of misdemeanor battery. Six of those charges, if he’s convicted, could result in sentences of life in prison.

Originally Akins was to have his preliminary hearing this month. Now it has been rescheduled for 9 a.m. March 26 in McPherson County District Court, according to a Hutchinson News report.

Inman police chief accused of child sex

Mike Akins

For a year, starting in 2008 and finishing in 2009, I worked as the editor and one-man-operator of The Ledger newspaper, which serves Moundridge and Inman, Kan.

I liked it there and left just because I felt it was the right time to enter the education world. That being said, I left behind a lot of people I thought were upstanding citizens.

I apparently judged one person wrong.

Inman Police Chief Mike Leland Akins Jr. was arrested a little before 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in his home. McPherson County sheriff’s deputies had to forcibly enter his home, according to McPherson County Sheriff Larry Powell. He has been charged with as many as 19 crimes.

The Wichita Eagle reported Akins is accused of abusing three girls and one boy, all under the age of 14, and the alleged crimes were reported to have happened between December 2008 and December 2009.

The Hutchinson News reported that “Akins is charged with one count of rape of a child, 12 counts of aggravated indecent liberties with a child, two counts of aggravated indecent solicitation of a child, one count of indecent solicitation of a child, one count of lewd and lascivious behavior, and two counts of misdemeanor battery [. . .] Six of the charges fall under Jessica’s Law, mandating a sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole for 25 years upon conviction, according to the (criminal) complaint (filed Tuesday night by the Kansas Attorney General’s Office).”

To see the complaint filed against Akins, click here for a PDF.

The Hutch News also reported that Wednesday morning the Inman City Council voted to suspend Akins without pay until the investigation was complete, at which time a final decision would be made based upon what the investigation determined. Police Officer Bob Herron has been appointed the acting chief.

The Kansas Bureau of Investigation and the Kansas Attorney General’s Office are handling the investigation.

According to The Eagle, a preliminary hearing for Akins is slated for 3 p.m. Jan. 15. A Salina judge will try the case because the McPherson judges know Akins.

When I first read about this Wednesday, I was appalled. I had liked working with Akins. He was always upfront and honest with me when I needed to interview him for stories I was working on.

I never would have guessed he was the type to perform actions disgraceful enough to get himself accused of being a child predator.

The most sicken part, as if just doing those perverted acts to child isn’t bad enough, is that he is accused of violating a young boy. It’s despicable.

Having this kind of news break, though, almost makes me wish I was still working there so I could cover it.

Instead, I will just have to watch from afar. I am very interested to see how this turns out, and if he is determined to be guilty, I hope he gets everything he deserves.

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