Police: Louisiana Teacher and Teen Girl Had Year-Long Lesbian Relationship

 http://theothermccain.com/2016/01/30/teacher-sex-lesbian-girl-arrest-louisiana/

Kimberly Naquin, 26, was arrested Jan. 15 after it was learned that the high school geography teacher had sexually molested a teenage student, according to police in St. Charles Parish, Louisiana. Naquin had sex with the girl on at least 10 occasions over the course of nearly a year beginning in September 2014 when the girl was 16, police said.

Naquin, who is the daughter of the local school board president, is the third teacher at Destrehan High School to be charged with molesting students recently. Shelley Dufresne, 33, and Rachel Respess, 25, wereaccused in October 2014 of having group sex with a 16-year-old male student. In fact, when reports of that investigation first became public, police say Naquin temporarily broke up with her underage girlfriend:

About a month into an illicit sexual relationship between Destrehan High School geography teacher Kimberly Naquin and a 16-year-old female student, the pair thought they’d been caught, authorities said Tuesday (Jan. 19).
Naquin, 26, and the teen panicked in Fall 2014 when they heard about media reports that a then-unidentified teacher at the same school was the target of a criminal investigation after having sex with a student, according to Lt. Brian McGregor, spokesman for the Kenner Police Department.
“From my understanding, they panicked and they separated for a short time when they heard about that case,” McGregor said. . . .
Though rattled, Naquin, the daughter of St. Charles Parish School Board President Dennis Naquin, continued having sex with the female student on at least 10 occasions at her former Kenner apartment, an arrest report said.
Naquin was booked with 10 counts of carnal knowledge of a juvenile by Kenner police Friday (Jan. 15) after her release from St. Charles Parish where the Sheriff’s Office booked her with carnal knowledge of a juvenile and prohibited sexual conduct between a teacher and student.
The girl’s relatives contacted the St. Charles Sheriff’s Office on last week after they discovered her sexual relationship with Naquin, authorities said. The teen told investigators the relationship began in September 2014 when she was 16.
While St. Charles investigators learned of sexual encounters in a classroom at the school and an unidentified residence in Destrehan, Kenner detectives confirmed several incidents at Naquin’s old apartment, located at 3752 Loyola Dr., Kenner, starting on Oct. 30, 2014, the arrest affidavit said.
The student returned to Naquin’s apartment on Black Friday, Nov. 28, 2014, and the two again had sex. A third incident occurred sometime between Jan. 11 and Jan. 18, 2015, the arrest report said. Naquin continued a sexual relationship with the teen until August 2015.
“There were at least 10 incidents that we were able to document with her,” McGregor said of Naquin. “She was pretty detailed with what she provided us.”
In interviews with detectives, the student gave details about Naquin’s apartment and scars the teacher had that would have only been visible while she was undressed, the report said.

 

According to the arrest affidavit, Naquin confessed her crimes:

During the courts of the interview [with a Kenner police detective Jan. 14], Kimberly Naquin admitted to the previously mentioned sexual acts with the student who she knew was only 16 years old. Kimberly Naquin also admitted to a sexual encounter with the student at the apartment in Kenner in April 2015. After the relationship with her live-in girlfriend ended in June 2015, Kimberly Naquin admitted to six more sexual encounters with the student at her apartment in Kenner before the relationship with the student ended . . . around August 2015.

 

The felony charges against Naquin are the latest in a series of cases that have recently made headlines nationwide involving female teachers charged with sexually molesting teenage girls.

 

In December, former Missouri teacher Johnna Feazell, 48, was sentenced to seven years in prison for sexually molesting a 16-year-old girl she had known since the student was in seventh grade. Feazell, who had coached sports at a Webster County junior high school, was also convicted of tampering with evidence:

Court documents showed Feazell reportedly developed a “mother/daughter” type relationship with the girl, starting when the girl was in seventh grade, and frequently took her to sporting events and other activities.
At some point, the district developed concerns about Feazell’s relationship with the student. She was disciplined for “inappropriate conduct” and repeatedly told, in writing, to no longer have contact with the student.
In late 2013, the girl’s parents went to the principal of the Marshfield High School and said they thought Feazell was having a sexual relationship with their daughter.
They became alarmed after finding that their daughter had a cell phone they didn’t provide. The only contact in the phone was Feazell’s number.
Around that time, Feazell had “deviate sexual intercourse” with the victim and enticed the teen, according to court documents. The teacher later told another teen to destroy a cell phone the teacher used and “all evidence,” court documents say.
Feazell, who was the girls’ track coach at the junior high when the allegations surfaced, previously coached basketball and softball.

 

Also in December, police in Austin, Texas, arrested former Bowie High School teacher Tiffany Howard, 41, on charges that she sexually molested a girl during a three-year period that began when the victim was 13. Howard had coached the girl in seventh grade, and police began an investigation in October 2013 after letters were found in which Howard wrote to the victim:

I find myself at a loss for words sometimes, when I see you upset it breaks me inside then I just want to take you home and hold you on the couch to make it all go away. I really don’t think you have any idea of how I feel for you. I can’t wait to hold you at night; its going to be amazing. It’s going to be so special and it may be the last time in a long time that we will be able to hold each other all night . . .

 

During the 2013 investigation, the girl denied any sexual activity with Howard. No charges was filed at that time, although the teacher resigned. The case was re-opened in 2015, after the girl admitted her earlier denials were false:

However, the student came forward in October, confiding first in another coach and then the police, to report the inappropriate relationship, according to police records. Police records detail the relationship was sexual in nature and that Howard, 41, would provide her with alcohol, and with money “whenever she asked for it.” The girl told officers sometimes Howard would pick her up as she walked home from school.
The girl also told police that their relationship continued after Howard had resigned from her teaching job.
The girl’s father also recently provided police 52 pages of text messages from the student’s phone sent between the two during a seven to 10 day period.

 

In June 2015, former high school teacher and swim coach Leah Eames, 33, was sentenced to 30 months probation in Illinois after she pleaded guilty to having sex with a 16-year-old girl she coached. The investigation of Eames began in August 2014, when a police officer checking on the YMCA “after hours found Eames working out with a student.” The circumstances were suspicious; when police checked surveillance video at the YMCA, it showed Eames and the teenage girl holding hands. Upon further investigation “police said detectives were able to identify the student and later interview her, and later discovered that Eames and the student had an ongoing sexual relationship.” Eames originally faced up to 30 years in prison; the plea deal in the case requires her to register as a sex offender for 10 years.

In May 2015, a Michigan judge sentenced Erin Katharine MacDonald to a year in jail after the former Grant High School science teacher pleaded guilty to having sex with a teenage student:

She was hired as a science teacher in Aug. 2013. MacDonald resigned on Nov. 26 [2014], the same day she was interviewed by the Newaygo County Sheriff’s Department.
Grant Public Schools Superintendent Jonathan Whan contacted the sheriff’s department after the victim’s father visited the high school principal with concerns about an inappropriate relationship between his daughter and the teacher. . . .
According to court documents, the girl told her parents she was going to the movies with a friend the week before Thanksgiving. That evening, the girl’s parents unexpectedly came across their daughter’s car at a park and ride lot near the junction of M-37 and M-46. The father waited for his daughter to return to the car and watched as MacDonald dropped the girl off, according to a search warrant affidavit in 78th District Court in White Cloud.
Once home, the father took his daughter’s cell phone and car keys. He then gave the cell phone to Grant High School Principal Dan Simon, signing a release that allowed the district to examine the cell phone.
“It was discovered there were approximately 14,000 texts between Erin MacDonald and (the victim) from Oct. 25 until Nov. 21,” Newaygo County Sheriff’s Deputy Phillip Green wrote in a search warrant affidavit. “Through briefly reviewing some of the texts, it would lead . . . to believe there was an inappropriate relationship.”
On Nov. 26, Green interviewed the girl about the relationship. She disclosed there was “an emotional and intimate relationship between the two which included sexual conduct in nature,” the search warrant affidavit states.

In April 2015, Texas officials arrested Heather Lynn Packwood, 25, on charges that she sexually molested a girl who was a student at New Braunfels Christian Academy. Packwood was a math teacher at the school and moved in with the girl’s family in 2012. “The victim’s family tasked the teacher with taking care of their children while they were away and taking them to school,” police told the San Antonio News-Express. Packwood’s arrest followed an investigation that began in February 2015 after the girl told her parents about the alleged sexual abuse.
  • Meghan Colleen Daugherty, 36, was charged in February 2015 with criminal sexual conduct with a minor in South Carolina. The arrest warrant said the Hillcrest Middle School physical education teacher committed sexual battery on a 14-year-old girl.

 

  • Geraldine Alcorn, 28, was arrested in March 2015 in Pittsburgh after police say she became obsessed with an 11-year-old student at Beechwood Elementary School, where Alcorn was a pre-kindergarten teacher. Alcorn took the student ice skating and later lured the 11-year-old girl to her house. Police say Alcorn and the girl exchanged more than 2,000 text messages and had discussed running away together.

 

  • Shakyla Wilson, 22, was charged with one count of aggravated criminal sexual abuse after police in Naperville, Illinois, say she had sexual contact in February 2015 with a 14-year-old girl from Hill Middle School, where Wilson was volunteering as a girls basketball coach.

 

  • High school dance teacher Michelle Smith White, 37, of Durham, N.C., was charged in October 2014 with having sex with a 16-year-old female student. Police said White had the student’s name and initials tattooed on her body.

 

  • Dance teacher Sabrina Epps, 19, was arrested in October after police say she admitted having lesbian sex with a 14-year-old girl who was a student at the Tennessee studio where Epps taught.

 

  • Gaile Supp, 25, pleaded guilty in September 2014 to sexual battery, a third-degree felony. A former teacher at Clearfield High School in Utah, Supp had originally been charged with object rape, a first-degree felony, in April 2013 for allegedly committing a sexual act on an unwilling 17-year-old female student at her West Haven home.

 

  • California teacher Rebecca Eileen Diebolt, 35, was arrested in June 2014 after a woman told police that she and Diebolt had a four-year sexual relationship that began in 2004, when the victim was 15 and Diebolt was her language arts teacher and swim/water polo coach.

 

  • Dance teacher Nichol Marie Phelps, 30, was sentenced to prison in June 2014 after she pleaded guilty to having lesbian sex with a 15-year-old student at the Florida academy where Phelps taught.
  • Andrea Michelle Cardosa, 40, was charged with 16 felony counts in February 2014 after two former female students accused her of sexually molesting them. One accuser said Cardosa started having sex with her when she was only 12.
  • Tonya Drueppel was arrested in January 2014 on charges that she had sex with a middle-school girl beginning in October 2012, when the victim was 13.
  • Amanda Michelle Feenstra, 32, pleaded guilty in October 2013 to having sex with a 17-year-old girl who was a student at the Texas high school where Feenstra was a dance teacher.
  • Kelly O’Rourke, 42, was sentenced to 10 years in prison in October 2013 for having sex with a 16-year-old girl.
  • Linda Wallace was sentenced to prison in September 2013 after pleading guilty to having had a four-year sexual affair with a female student that began when the girl was 13.
  • Nicole Wooten was arrested in February 2013 on charges that she had sex with a girl in 2005 and 2006, when the victim was a 12-year-old eighth-grader.

But it’s not like there’s a trend here or anything . . .

Richard Dawkins No-Platformed by Atheism+ (update)

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 http://www.dangerandplay.com/2016/01/28/richard-dawkins-islamophobia-feminism/

The War on Free Speech Intensifies (Richard Dawkins is Latest Casualty)

JANUARY 28, 2016 BY  8 COMMENTS

 

“Politics is downstream from culture,” Andrew Breitbart observed, and the same is true of law. Criminal prosecutions for “hate Tweets” do not come from out of nowhere. When you passively accept censorship within the private sector, censorship becomes part of the culture.Law is downstream from culture, Breitbart might have added.

Richard Dawkins is a liberal atheists feminist, as he’ll often say, in a, “But I’m a good boy!” tone of voice. His credentials were not enough to save him from being fired from a speaking gig. His offense?

He linked to this corny video comparing feminism to radical Islam.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ecJUqhm2g08

 

Readers are split. Some of you think this video is hilarious, others do not.

Whatever you think, the video isn’t remotely “hate speech,” whatever that stupid word means these days.

The woman in the video being caricatured is Big Red – a woman who gained fame for acts of vandalism and violence during a protest in Canada.

Dawkins was told – and apparently believed, that posting a video critical of Big Red would incite others to commit acts of violence against her.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nvYyGTmcP80

 

Tweeting a link to a video was enough to get Dawkins fired.

Dawkins has lost one speaking gig already.

The Northeast Conference on Science & Skepticism has withdrawn its invitation to Richard Dawkins to participate at NECSS 2016. We have taken this action in response to Dr. Dawkins’ approving re-tweet of a highly offensive video.

We believe strongly in freedom of speech and freedom to express unpopular, and even offensive, views. However, unnecessarily divisive, counterproductive, and even hateful speech runs contrary to our mission and the environment we wish to foster at NECSS. The sentiments expressed in the video do not represent the values of NECSS or its sponsoring organizations.

We will issue a full refund to any NECSS attendee who wishes to cancel their registration due to this announcement. The NECSS Team

Yes, NECSS believes strongly in free speech – so strongly that it fired a man for posting a link to a YouTube video.

Now Dawkins did make a major mistake. He deleted the Tweet linking to the video and apologized before he was fired. If he had read SJWs Always Lie, Dawkins would have realized that he showed weakness.

Dawkins is a moderate, and there are no room for moderates.

You’re either expressly anti-SJW, or you’re going to be swallowed up by the SJWs.

Some ask why I am “extreme.”

Add Dawkins’ name to the list of very nice men who are losing their income for not bowing down to zealots. I’ll remain Full Gorilla.

Dawkins is a genius, though he’s unwise to the ways of the world. He needs to read SJWs Always Lie and Danger & Play to understand the screwed up world we live in.

 

 

Feminist acts of violence in Colombian campus

http://honeybadgerbrigade.com/2016/01/22/feminist-acts-of-violence-in-colombian-campus/

English translation of an official statement issued by Del Valle University (Cali, Colombia)

Source: https://www.facebook.com/notes/universidad-del-valle/universidad-del-valle-consejo-acad%C3%A9mico-condena-los-actos-violentos-del-pasado-1/10153826883799235

Del Valle University, 16th January 2016

The Academic Council condemns the acts of violence committed on the university campus on January 13th.

On January 13th, at 6:30 p.m., a group of hooded people threw a lethal device known as a papa explosiva (explosive potato) at the central administration building. Later, they distributed newsletters and spray-painted slogans, identifying themselves as Tejido Rebelde (Rebel Tissue/Fabric) and calling for feminist self-defense. The bomb exploded inside the office of the Vice-president of Investigation, and the blast wave seriously injured Sandra Juliana Toro, former director of the International Relations Office, a public servant who has enabled hundreds of university students to study on foreign campuses. Sandra Juliana was admitted to the Clínica de Occidente medical center with allegedly permanent ear injuries. Luckily, just minutes before the explosion, another woman had left the office. It is therefore just a coincidence that we are not lamenting the death or mutilation of another member of the university community.

The Academic Council wishes to show solidarity with Sandra Juliana Toro, to send her a message of encouragement and to condemn, vigorously, these acts of violence that make an attempt on the life of defenseless people, like the central administration staff or any other member of the university community. Nothing can justify these kinds of acts. The University is a center of culture, knowledge, peace-building and unconditional respect for life, where our youth is educated on society’s highest values, on the defense of democracy and respect for human rights and ethnic, racial and gender differences. Therefore, nothing could more alien to the university ethos than these acts of violence that damage the university. Let’s take into account that these days, in La Habana, the end of a 60-plus years conflict is being negotiated through dialogue; a conflict that has inflicted pain, death and bloodshed on Colombian society. Thus, the Academic Council finds it contradictory and incomprehensible, to say the least, that these groups continue to make use of violent action, especially considering that the student movement has recently shown political maturity: under MANE’s [Mesa Amplia Nacional Estudiantil, “National Student Board”] coordination, they have managed to bring governmental policies into question and even make them backtrack. Even more recently, they managed to draw the attention of both the government and the Cauca Valley’s society towards supporting the Hospital Universitario del Valle [Del Valle University Hospital]. On the contrary, several decades of violent expression by means of the tropel [“the horde”, a violent and riot-like protest, usually involving university students and police intervention] never extended past the Pasoancho district, and just achieved demobilization and tragic events like the death or mutilation of students and young police officers.

The feminist movement has historically been a peaceful, democratic, life-defending movement, and it gave society the most important counter-cultural revolution of modern history. Therefore, it is politically incongruous that these actions, that are claimed to be on behalf of women, ended up affecting, both physically and psychologically, a woman, of all things.

Besides this public condemnation and call for solidarity, the University will be reporting the personal injuries and damage to public property, as these actions go beyond political expression and fit within criminal legislation.

The Academic Council encourages the students, staff, professors, workers and women organizations to express their thoughts through politically vigorous actions, but always contributing to the building of a peace culture that is very necessary for the country and for those who coexist daily at Public University.

Cali, 15th January 2016

 

 

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“The feminist movement has historically been a peaceful, democratic, life-defending movement, and it gave society the most important counter-cultural revolution of modern history.”

First sentence, no it hasn’t. The white feather campaign which shamed innumerable boys around , under and over 16 to go and die in horrific ways to further their cause (where they could go and claim that females and feminists would never be responsible for such abhorrent loss of life, despite their DIRECT culpability for it), that’s before counting how their earlier and differently named parts were responsible for the fall of rome or the other incarnations of ‘female supremacy’ (moral supremacy, leading supremacy … whatever they all claim to be superior to males at some point).

Second sentence, no they didn’t give rise to the most important counter cultural revolution of modern history, its a rehash of millennial old counter culture that has only ever resulted in the destruction of the societies it infests.

Overall. Your continued defence of them is to support them. If you support them, you can’t cherry pick. You therefore agree with what they did and why. You are ‘nice feminist’ TM and are out as the bait to coerce more evenly minded into joining the ’cause’ so that some can go on to become these people that use violence. If you aren’t why make claims about them that you obviously didn’t and woundn’t research without their express approval? They are not historically life defending.