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Breaking: Murdered GOP AR State Senator Told Sources She Found Child Pornography From Foster Kids On Judge Ex-Husband’s Computer Days Before She Died
The state of Arkansas allegedly stole the child of her daughter, who was killed by an illegal, and gave her to a Walmart executive.
Arkansas State Senator Linda Collins Smith was helping her before she was murdered.
From Garland Favorito:
Note to VoterGA Supporters:
Normally my communications have been limited to subjects about our electronic voting method, ballot access for candidates and elections related investigations. I feel led to make an exception and bring to your attention another non partisan subject: The high profile investigation that has been initiated into Friday’s death of a former Georgia state senator.
Saturday March 27, 2010
On Friday, former Senator Nancy Schaefer and her husband were found dead in their home in Habersham County. Even before a GBI investigation could be initiated, media outlets began pronouncing that their death was a “murder-suicide” and shut off most public comment posting on their web sites. The “murder suicide” theory implies that Sen. Schaefer’s husband shot her and then killed himself (or vice versa). Both Habersham County and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation began investigating the case as a “murder suicide” rather than the more obvious murder made to look like suicide”. Like so many people, I have known former Sen. Nancy Schaefer for 15 years and spoken to several people who know her better than I do. They believe
that the “murder suicide” theory is highly unlikely for any one of the following reasons:
1. It is totally against Nancy Schaefer’s consistently strong commitment to the sanctity of life principles that she has fought so valiantly to uphold;
2. Nancy and her husband, Bruce, have five children and more than a dozen grandchildren who they would not choose to leave behind so abruptly;
3. Bruce’s problem with cancer was corrected and under control so there was no reason to end
his life as one senator tried to imply;
4. Nancy or Bruce would not likely agree to commit such an act that violates the fundamental principles of their Christian faith;
5. Bruce was retired and the couple did not appear to be in any type of dire financial crisis that would lead them to commit such acts;
6. Bruce and Nancy knew that her sister who had Alzheimer’s disease needed her to help take care of her;
7. Friends who knew the couple best state that Bruce would simply not have the capability to
kill his wife;
8. Nancy was dedicated, as a national leader, to help needy people overcome abuse within
Child Protective Services organizations;
9. Nancy was actively exposing corruption within the Department of Family & Child Services (DFCS) including actions by the DFCS director in the county where she lived.
10. Nancy knew that she was needed in the fight against child sex slave trafficking in Atlanta
which has one of the highest activity rates in the country;
11. Bruce was highly supportive of Nancy’s work for decades and would have little or no reason
to suddenly try to kill her at such a critical juncture in her career.
• that The Adoption and the Safe Families Act, set in motion by President Bill Clinton, offered cash “bonuses” to the states for every child they adopted out of foster care. In order to receive the “adoption incentive bonuses” local child protective services need more children. They must have merchandise (children) that sell and you must have plenty of them so the buyer can choose. Some counties are known to give a $4,000 bonus for each child adopted and an additional $2,000 for a “special needs” child. Employees work to keep the federal dollars flowing;
BREAKING: Arkansas GOP Senator’s Murder Connected To Epstein Sex Trafficking In Arkansas Declares Source
With the help of associates, Epstein lured victims to his home to give him “massages” that would escalate into sexual abuse, this week’s indictment alleged. And he allegedly tended to prey upon a certain type of underage girl, Brown’s investigation found.
Many were from “disadvantaged families, single-parent homes or foster care,” she wrote, with several girls just “one step away from homelessness.” Some girls had endured parents’ suicides, abusive fathers and abused mothers, she added.
Newsweek recently ran an article by Michael Dolce called "We Have Set Up a System to Sex Traffic American Kids," in which he dropped staggering statistics that should make American parents take action.
Here’s the ugly truth: most Americans who are victims of sex trafficking come from our nation’s own foster care system. It’s a deeply broken system that leaves thousands vulnerable to pimps as children and grooms them for the illegal sex trade as young adults...Most people don’t know about our nation’s foster care to sex trafficking pipeline, but the facts are sobering. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) found that “of the more than 18,500 endangered runaways reported to NCMEC in 2016, one in six were likely victims of child sex trafficking. Of those, 86 percent were in the care of social services when they went missing.
The outcomes of law enforcement efforts against sex traffickers repeatedly support the NCMEC estimate. In a 2013 FBI 70-city nationwide raid, 60 percent of the victims came from foster care or group homes. In 2014, New York authorities estimated that 85 percent of sex trafficking victims were previously in the child welfare system.
In 2012, Connecticut police rescued 88 children from sex trafficking; 86 were from the child welfare system. And even more alarming: the FBI discovered in a 2014 nationwide raid that many foster children rescued from sex traffickers, including children as young as 11, were never reported missing by child welfare authorities.
In Kansas, the number of missing foster children prompted a class-action lawsuit this past November. Local Wichita press reported the heinous claims:
On Friday, a class-action lawsuit was filed in federal court against Gov. Jeff Colyer and Gina Meier-Hummel, secretary of the state’s child welfare system, along with officials of two other agencies, claiming children in the Kansas foster care system have been treated so poorly that they’ve suffered mentally or fled from foster homes. In some cases, they have been trafficked for sex, sexually abused inside adoptive homes or in one instance reportedly raped inside a child welfare office, the suit says.
I make sure to remind all of the well intentioned people who quickly comment “that person doesn’t deserve to have a child” that there is more evidence that the government agencies you would entrust the child with have much darker intentions than the parent you are judging for giving them a good pop on the behind in the grocery store for their misbehavior.
When Stone asked her who CPS was turning these children over to with such “gruesome” statistics, Stefano replied that what she discovered, and what the Los Angeles Times was kind enough to publish, was that 1000 “convicted sex offenders” had been given a “green light” by CPS to become “approved foster parents” just in Los Angeles County.
Stefano then talks about an organization called “The Humanitarian Alliance” and a report they have that found within 48 hours after a child has aged out of the foster care system, because they have become 18 and have left their foster homes, 65 to 70% of them are captured into human trafficking syndicates. Stefano believes the only way this can happen is because those inside the foster care system are helping to arrange it to happen, for a fee.
State (CA) says 1,000 care facilities match sex offender addresses
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Still no word on Kathy Hall, CPS whistleblower, who was in good spirits and headed to DC for an important meeting. There’s a claim that she sent s text saying she was “depressed” but that doesn’t fit with her mood. Why no phone call or follow up?
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CD Media can confirm from multiple sources who declined to be identified that the FBI (operating from outside of Arkansas) is investigating the ‘Lord’s Ranch’ in Warm Springs, AR in connection with the murder of AR GOP State Senator Linda Collins-Smith. The FBI is also looking into possible connections between the ranch and now dead convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and child trafficking.
Epstein owned a ranch in New Mexico called Zorro Ranch and is suspected of operating a pedophile ring from this location.
‘Lord’s Ranch’ was operated by Arkansas resident and convicted felon Ted Suhl, who received a commutation of sentence from President Trump last month after serving two and half years for bribery in connection with a healthcare payments scam.
The husband of Linda Collins-Smith, Arkansas Judge Phillip Smith, now disbarred, had frequently donated to the ranch, according to sources.
Sources described to CD Media how information on the ranch was located on a computer the FBI in Arkansas seized at the time of her murder.
85 percent of sex trafficking victims were previously in the child welfare system
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I just received screenshot evidence that Kathy Hall is ALIVE and spoke to her friend for 3 minutes. I heard that “they tried something” and she is reeling from it but will reach out to more people. We will monitor until ALL facts are known within limits of safety
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As a journalist who works with whistleblowers, especially on human trafficking, Losing people in real time hurts and happens too often.
I am not giving up yet on Kathy Hall. If she is out there we will find her.
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A police report has been filed on missing person Kathy Hall, I’m told, who was headed to DC to meet with CPS victim Aimee Hankins Albrecht.
Situation not looking good. Wish I had better news, but my initial suspicion gave me a bad feeling. If you’re out there Kathy, we love you
Kathryn Hall, a key witness in the recent murder of former State GOP Senator Linda Collins-Smith has broken her silence on the case and confirmed earlier reporting of CD Media. Hall said she was very close to Collins-Smith and they both were investigating corruption in the Arkansas Department of Human Services (child protective services) before she was murdered.
In an interview with CD Media, Hall confirmed Collins-Smith had evidence on a child trafficking ring being run through the state government and was about to release information on massive judicial corruption and money laundering. She had given interviews in Washington, D.C. to that effect. Hall and Collins-Smith were about to move in together in D.C. to work on illegal immigration matters.
The Epstein case could take several more years of investigation before we know the extent of the damage or how deep it truly runs.