North Carolina Beaner Convicted of Sex Trafficking Sold 12 Year Old Girl as Prostitute


A lettuce picker used a 12 year old girl so he didn’t have to work anymore. Unless you consider pimping to be work.

Hopefully, this is one spic who will be offed in prison by our black friends.

A Winston-Salem man was convicted Monday of sexually abusing a 12-year-old girl and allowing other men to rape the girl in exchange for money numerous times over a two-year period, resulting in her getting pregnant and contracting a sexually-transmitted disease.

Armando Graciano, 43, pleaded guilty in Forsyth Superior Court to attempted rape of a child, human trafficking, sexual servitude and two counts of taking indecent liberties with a child.

Judge David Hall of Forsyth Superior Court, calling Graciano’s actions “evil,” sentenced him to a minimum of 13 years and one month to 20 years and nine months in prison. Graciano had no prior felonies on his record before he pleaded guilty Monday.

Typically, the worse a defendant’s criminal record is, the longer the defendant’s sentence will likely be. As part of the plea arrangement, Hall consolidated the charges into one for sentencing.

In April, Graciano’s co-defendant, Flora Riano Gonzalez, 39, was convicted of sexual servitude, felony child abuse involving prostitution and felony child abuse involving sexual acts. She also had been charged with human trafficking, but a Forsyth County jury found her not guilty of that charge.

Gonzalez was accused of forcing the girl into prostitution and bringing her to Graciano, who managed a laundromat. She was sentenced to a maximum of 16 years and six months in prison.

Assistant District Attorney Kia Chavious said in court Monday that Gonzalez was the one who reported the sexual abuse of the girl in January 2014. She gave Winston-Salem police detectives the names and numbers of all the men who had raped the girl for money.

Gonzalez drove the girl, who was a virgin at the time, to Graciano, who raped the girl in order to teach her how to sexually please men. Then he took her to an abandoned apartment, where other men raped the girl for money, Chavious said.

For two years, the girl was raped and sexually assaulted by men in exchange for money, she said. The girl became pregnant and also contracted chlamydia, a sexually transmitted disease.

Winston-Salem police detectives became suspicious because Gonzalez had the names and numbers of men who had raped the girl and continued their investigation.

In November 2016, the girl told police that Gonzalez had forced her into prostitution.

The girl had gotten the names and numbers after Gonzalez and Graciano got into a dispute over money, Chavious said. Gonzalez decided to cut Graciano out of the human trafficking business and contact men who would have sex with the girl for money.

Gonzalez reported the sexual abuse to Winston-Salem police so that the girl could get an abortion, Chavious said. The girl did get an abortion and was treated for her sexually transmitted disease.

Ron Short, Graciano’s attorney, said that his client was only involved for a short period of time. That’s no excuse for his behavior, he added.

“It isn’t a pretty sight, but it’s a deal where he kind of got led into it,” he said.

Short also pointed out that Graciano has six children with a woman he has been with for 20 years and that this is the first time he has been charged with any felonies.

Chavious said the girl was just 12 when she was forced into prostitution, and she is still struggling to deal with the sexual abuse she suffered because of Graciano and Gonzalez.

“These actions were cruel; they were unconscionable and they were brutal,” she said.

The girl attended the hearing. She had testified during Gonzalez’s trial, but on Monday, she decided there was nothing left to say.

I used to read similar stories to this in the local San Antonio paper back in the day. This prostituting of young girls by Mexicans is common in Texas and in Mexico. It’s part of the Mexican culture and that’s not going to change. In this part of Texas, Mexicans have lived here hundreds of years and still have not assimilated to white values.

The Daily Mail ran the story of a WHITE mother who dressed her three year old MEXICAN DAUGHTER as a prostitute. Pic below:


Mudshark Prostitute and Boyfriend Facing Multiple Charges Including Child Endangerment



It appears from this story that a good whore is hard to find when a man only has $100 in his pocket. On the basis of looks alone most men wouldn’t touch that one even if they were paid $100.


ROCKVILLE, Md. (ABC7) – A prostitute is under arrest for allegedly leaving her 18-month-old daughter alone in a motel room while she had sex with strangers in a different room.

On October 4, the Montgomery County Police Department’s Vice and Intelligence Unit conducted an undercover sting at the Red Roof PLUS+ along the 16000 block of Shady Grove Road in Rockville. Law enforcement sources explain the motel is a “hot bed” for prostitution, with pimps often placing advertisements on websites such as Craigslist and

Around 12:10 p.m., officers saw a black man, white woman and baby enter room 233. At 1:24 p.m., the man and woman left the room and walked to a nearby 7-Eleven. Police peered through the motel room window and observed an 18-month-old baby asleep on a bed. There was “adult clothing” and “food” strewn throughout the room and no crib to speak of. At 2:21 p.m. – nearly an hour later – the man and woman returned to the child.

At 5:15 p.m., the woman left room 233 and walked to room 242, which police explain is in a different area of the motel. Shortly thereafter, the woman greeted a Hispanic man at the front door. The man left the motel room nine minutes later.

Detectives followed the man in his Toyota vehicle and stopped him along Frederick Road in Gaithersburg. The man told police the woman offered him $160 “for a full hour”, but he paid her $100 for oral sex instead.

At 8:58 p.m., detectives watched the woman and man leave room 233 and walk to Checkers’ walk-up window, a few hundred yards away. Police arrested the duo at the fast food restaurant. The woman is identified as Brianna Wells, 27, of San Diego. The man is identified as Raymond White, 29, of Chula Vista, California.

Armed with a search warrant, police located condoms, lubricant and other items indicative of prostitution in room 242. Wells’ child was taken to Adventist HealthCare Shady Grove Medical Center where Child Protective Services launched an investigation. It’s unclear who currently has custody of the young girl.

Wells reportedly told officers she started prostituting at 14 years old, and came to Maryland to make some “quick cash.” Wells explained that White is her boyfriend, and added that he paid for the flights and two hotel rooms, one to “stay in” and one to “work out of.” Wells also confessed to servicing four “johns” while at the Red Roof PLUS+.
Authorities have charged Wells with prostitution, neglect of a minor, desertion of a minor and confining an unattended child. She faces up to 10 years in prison. White faces similar charges, plus one count of human trafficking.

Who says prostitution is a victimless crime? The Niglet in this case is the catalyst that’s going to net these two lowlifes a long prison stretch.

I have an idea for a reality TV show: MUDSHARKS–THE NEXT GENERATION:

Married Woman Teacher Charged with “luring” Teen to Home for Sex


It’s unclear that morality can be taught at the college level, but it’s worth a try.

Education majors need a semester course in what good morals are about. Parents shouldn’t have to worry about sexual predators inside the school their child attends.

Allyson’s husband has apparently left her. Which proves he’s a smart guy.

Fox News

A married Michigan substitute teacher was in court Thursday after she was accused of sexually assaulting one of her students earlier this year.

Allyson Brittany Moran, 26, was arrested in September after the teenager told authorities he was sexually involved with the married substitute teacher.

Moran worked as a long-term substitute teacher and a girls soccer coach at Stockbridge High School during the 2016-2017 school year, according to the Lansing State Journal. Moran reportedly no longer works for the school district.

The teenager testified in court during a preliminary hearing that he and Moran would eat lunch together and spend time together after school.

In March, their relationship became more intense after the teacher and student started exchanging messages on the social media app Snapchat.

“At first it was just normal…asking how I was doing,” the teenager said. Later, the two “started talking more in a sexual manner.”

The teenager said Moran sent nude photos of herself to him through the app.

The teenager said he was invited to Moran’s house in April. When he was inside, Moran “led him into a basement man cave then took off her robe and kissed him,” the student told the court.

Afterward, the teacher led the teen upstairs to her room where he said she sexually assaulted him. That same week the teenager went back to Moran’s residence where they had sex a second time.

The substitute and teenager continued contacting each other through Snapchat but did not meet up again. The teenager told his girlfriend of the incident and a family member alerted police in August.

The judge ruled to move forward with the trial and decided to bind the teacher on “three felony counts of third-degree criminal sexual conduct involving a student and one misdemeanor count of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct involving a student,” Lansing State Journal reported.

The Daily Mail reported Moran’s husband moved to South Dakota in June and it was unclear if the two were currently married.

Moran’s arraignment is slated for Nov. 8 and could receive up to 15 years in prison if convicted.


It’s constantly amazing how little effort these women put into concealing their sex crimes. Do they want to get caught or do they think that deleting something electronic really deletes it?

Too Big to Jail: Texas Prosecutors Drop All Charges Against Allegedly Corrupt Negress Legislator


Expecting an entitled Negress to follow the rules when it comes to money is foolish.

Dawnna Dukes was facing 28 years in the slammer for multiple instances of financial fraud associated with her role as a Texas state legislator. Now, she’s free.


AUSTIN (KXAN) — All the charges levied against State Rep. Dawnna Dukes have officially been dropped or resolved out of the courtroom, according to court documents.

The Travis County District Attorney’s Office dismissed the charges Monday due to insufficient evidence and in the “interest of justice.” The documents also suggest the DA’s office won’t re-file the charges.

Dukes’ attorney Dane Ball said the representative was “innocent from day one.” He continued, “She could have resigned to avoid these charges, but had the courage to fight for the truth. The state’s dismissal says it all — we would have won all three trials. We’re glad Representative Dukes can get back to serving her constituents without the distraction of these baseless charges.”

At the beginning of the year, Dukes, D-Austin, was indicted on 13 felony charges on the offense of tampering with a governmental record. The DA’s Office says these charges are based on allegations that Dukes made false entries on 13 different occasions on state of Texas travel vouchers, in order to obtain per diem pay in between legislative sessions.

Dukes’ original attorney Shaun Clarke says the charges accuse his client of claiming a reimbursement in the amount of $61.50 to which she allegedly was not entitled; the 13 counts totaled $799.50.

The state based its case on written rules from the House Business Office, which it believed required representatives to work in the State Capitol in order to be reimbursed. It discovered the office’s executive director had told the defense that physically traveling to the Capitol building is not required.

“After a thorough examination of the evidence available to us, we have determined we cannot continue the lawsuit,” a statement from District Attorney Margaret Moore said. Had the DA’s Office known the actual practice of the House Business Office, it would not have filed charges.

Two separate indictments were for misdemeanor offenses of abuse of official capacity by a public servant. The charges relate to allegations that Dukes misused public funds for her personal gain, and that she converted campaign funds to personal use.

The state moved to dismiss these charges because Dukes paid $1,340 to reimburse Texas for the salary she paid to her legislative staffer for transporting her daughter. Dukes also paid $500 for a fine owed to the Texas Ethics Commission and restored $5,230.74 to her campaign account.

Over the summer, the district attorney presented Dukes with a plea deal that would have dropped the corruption charges if Dukes resigned and submitted to a drug and alcohol test, along with possible treatment, and paid a fine of $3,000 in relation to her alleged lesser crimes. Dukes failed to respond to the deal.

In mid-September, the state put the felony case against Dukes on hold while moving forward with the misdemeanor case. However, a few days later, the judge agreed to move the felony trial date to December to give prosecutors enough time to prepare their case.

Leaving race out of it, would the average person be allowed to reimburse in order to avoid prosecution.

Dawnna Dukes is Texas version of Hillary Clinton–too big to jail. We wouldn’t want to make the blacks angry, would we?

Semen Contaminated Flutes Leave Parents Scrambling to Explain Sexual Degeneracy

It’s interesting that a substance that porn actresses consume on a regular basis without drawing the attention of authorities is the same substance that may have been present on primitive flutes distributed in California schools as part of some dumb liberal program that indoctrinates children in globalism.

A quick look at the medical literature reveals that contact with semen can spread disease. It takes a real sick mind to put children at risk in the way that police suspect happened.

Perhaps the story you are about to read is a false alarm. For the sake of the affected children, let’s hope so.

Chicago Tribune

Parents were warned Saturday that a music teacher with a nonprofit group may have handed out flutes to schoolchildren that were tainted with his own semen.

A state and federal investigation was under way into whether youngsters at schools around Southern California may have received tainted flutes.

The Los Angeles Unified School District said it was cooperating in an investigation of alleged “inappropriate sexual conduct involving a musical performer” that affected at least 13 school districts.

One LAUSD school may have been involved, the district said in a statement.

Several other Southern California districts notified parents by email on Friday and Saturday that a performer associated with the nonprofit group Flutes Across the World was being investigated.

“The performer distributes a flute-like musical instrument made of PVC pipe or bamboo to students during a music lesson, and the allegation is that he contaminated some of these instruments with semen,” Joan Lucid, superintendent of the Saugus Union School District, notified parents on Saturday, the Orange County Register reported.

The performer was not immediately identified.

Messages seeking comment from John Zeretzke, founder of Flutes Across the World, were not immediately returned Saturday night.

Parents in some districts were urged to put the flutes in paper bags and turn them in to authorities for testing.

KNBC-TV reported that a parent identified only as Nate went to the police station in Fountain Valley on Friday night to turn in a flute given to his child, who attends Courreges Elementary School.

“It’s disgusting, it’s unreal, you can’t even really fathom it,” another parent, who wished to not be named, told the station. “It made me sick to my stomach.”

Flutes Across the World has provided musical presentations at several local school districts. The Fullerton School District said fourth- through sixth-graders at two schools had the program in the 2016-2017 school year.

Presenters at such programs “are never alone with children” but the performer won’t return to the district out of “an abundance of caution,” the district said on its website.

The district said the music program was sponsored by the Philharmonic Society of Orange County.

The society sponsored Flutes Across the World to bring the program to six classrooms in three years, spokesman Chantel Uchida told the Register.

“We’re so shocked and disgusted,” Uchida said of the allegations. “We will be stepping back from this. There are no plans to continue it in the future.”

This short video explains Flutes Around the World.

Tree Company That Hired Illegal Aliens Fined $95,000,000

It looks like the campaign promise that Donald Trump made to put American workers first is starting to bear fruit. Asplundh Tree Experts has been under investigation since 2015 for using illegals to trim trees, but its hard to imagine this outcome during a Democrat presidency.

NBC News

A suburban Philadelphia tree-trimming company whose orange trucks are a familiar sight in communities throughout the United States will pay a record fine after pleading guilty in a scheme to employ thousands of people in the country illegally.

Asplundh Tree Expert Co. of Willow Grove, a utility contractor best known for pruning and removing trees around power lines, pleaded guilty Thursday to a federal criminal charge and was ordered to pay a total of $95 million. Prosecutors called it the largest monetary penalty ever levied in an immigration case.

The U.S. attorney’s office in Philadelphia said Asplundh employed thousands of unauthorized workers between 2010 and 2014, its top management remaining “willfully blind” while lower-level supervisors hired people they knew were in the country illegally. In some cases, the supervisors rehired workers who’d already been let go by the company due to their immigration status.

“This decentralized model tacitly perpetuated fraudulent hiring practices that, in turn, maximized productivity and profit,” prosecutors said in a statement. “With a motivated workforce, including unauthorized aliens willing to be relocated and respond to weather-related events around the nation, Asplundh had crews which were easily mobilized that enabled them to dominate the market.”

Asplundh is a 90-year-old, family-owned company that employs 30,000 workers in the U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The company, which holds many municipal, state and federal contracts, said it has reformed its hiring practices.

Investigators with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement began auditing Asplundh in 2009 and found that it employed unauthorized workers. Asplundh dismissed the workers, but managers hired them back, accepting bogus driver’s licenses, Social Security numbers, green cards and other fraudulent forms of identification, according to court documents.

Three Asplundh managers, including a vice president, already have pleaded guilty to felony charges in the case.

The company said that since learning of the federal investigation in 2015, it has hired compliance specialists, implemented a photo ID system that includes facial recognition software, investigated every complaint about unauthorized workers and taken other steps to eliminate the “practices of the past.”

“We accept responsibility for the charges as outlined, and we apologize to our customers, associates and all other stakeholders for what has occurred,” Chairman and CEO Scott Asplundh said in a statement on the company’s website.

With all the contracts this company had with government, it’s obvious that there’s a strong possibility that the company has political clout, possibly obtained through bribing public officials.

Pay up, you unAmerican maggots. All of you deserve jail for putting Mexico first.

Equifax Security Breach Should Lead to Executive Arrests


Wikipedia reports that a class action lawsuit against naming Equifax as defendant has already been filed in Oregon.

First, an explanation of what happened and how it may affect you. Then a explanation of how we might be able to see to it that those responsible are prosecuted under criminal statutes.


US lawmakers attacked credit report giant Equifax after the company revealed that 143 million US customers may have had their information stolen.

Two Congressional committee chairmen said they would hold hearings into the data breach, one of the biggest ever reported in the US.
Several state prosecutors also said they would investigate.

Shares in Equifax dropped by almost 14% on Wall Street as investors weighed up how the incident would affect the firm.

Rep Jeb Hensarling, who leads the House Financial Services Committee, said: “Every breach leaves consumers exposed and vulnerable to identity theft, fraud and a host of other crimes, and they deserve answers.”

That committee and the commerce committee will hold hearings.
Also on Friday, attorneys general in New York, Illinois, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Pennsylvania said they were opening state investigations into the data breach.

Credit card details
The breach puts people at risk of identity theft and other forms of fraud.

Equifax said it found signs of unauthorised access to data including names, addresses and Social Security numbers at the end of July.

Customers in the UK and Canada had also been affected. The hackers also accessed credit card information from more than 200,000 people.
The company set up a website for people to learn if they were among those whose information had been accessed and sign up for free credit and identity theft monitoring.

The website required people to waive the right to sue, drawing outrage. The company later clarified that the clause only applied to people who signed up for the credit monitoring services, and not to actions arising over damage suffered due to the data breach.

Equifax handles data on more than 820 million consumers and 91 million businesses worldwide, according to its website. It performs services such as credit checks, employment verification and identity theft monitoring.

The best writing I’ve seen on this outrageous betrayal of American consumers comes from Karl Denninger, who understands that data can be made secure when people do their job. I’m excerpting from his piece on how to deal with the arrogant, cheap CEOs of companies that put our financial futures at risk.

Market Ticker

It’s time to start locking people up and destroying businesses with federal criminal indictments.

The Internet has made many things very easy — and fast. But it has also made many things quite-insecure, especially when corners are cut.

The solution is to force Equifax to eat the cost of ANY fraud that ensues and all costs of its cleanup including liquidated damages for your time and effort on a permanent basis since they, and not you, decided to use an identifier never intended for that purpose and in addition they, and not you, were grossly negligent in failing to secure said data. In addition forcing all of these firms to allow no-cost lock and unlock options for consumers where locking your file at one bureau does so at all of them and can be done at zero cost at any time for any reason on a permanent basis would actually mitigate said risk. Finally, deeming any credit opened while you have locked your file as conclusively fraudulent and uncollectable with liquidated damages payable to you if someone does it anyway would shift the burden from you for said incidents to them.

And finally we can start by indicting right now the executives at Equifax who sold stock after the breach occurred and before it was reported along with indicting the company itself under federal Racketeering statutes — they claim they didn’t know but I call bull**** on that and demand an immediate felony criminal investigation of both the executives and company including but not limited to the immediate seizure of every single electronic device owed by said executives and the company that might hold evidence documenting that they’re lying.

But instead of doing the right thing what we get is more mealy-mouthed bull****, and you, America, sit for it.