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Federal safety regulators received more than 260 complaints over the last 11 years about General Motors vehicles that suddenly turned off while being driven, but they declined to investigate the problem, which G.M. now says is linked to 13 deaths and requires the recall of more than 1.6 million cars worldwide.
Thus, should it be any surprise that Ariana-Leilani continues to suffer despite complaints to Mayor Vince Gray’s administration?
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Dr. Joy Silberg and Others Expose Corrupt Practices of the Family Courts in Abuse Cases
Documentary “Small Cries;” The Real Ariana-Leilani Story
The Save Ariana-Leilani Coalition is pleased to announce the world wide release of the video documentary “Small Cries.” The six minute documentary tells the story of how the “child protection” systems in the United States are failing, and how Ariana-Leilani is a victim of that failure. This short and compelling documentary features exclusive interviews, including an interview with Dr. Joy Silberg, who speaks of the error in judgment that many child protective services make in certain abuse and neglect cases. Very educational and inspiring, and Ireneo Namboka, an international human rights advocate and former UN official.
Definitely a “two thumbs up” “must see” documentary.
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Documentary “Small Cries;” The Real Ariana-Leilani Story
341 people, including 108 Canadians and 76 Americans, have been arrested in an international child pornography ring that was largely centred around a Toronto-based film company that distributed images and videos across the globe. The three-year investigation included Canadian and international law enforcement agencies and rescued. Dubbed Project Spade, police said the effort resulted in 386 children being saved from exploitation.
Police first became aware in 2010 that Toronto-based Azov Films was distributing pornographic images and videos of children as well as streaming them on its website. In 2011, police carried out a search warrant in Toronto’s west end. Azov was shut down and its owner, 42-year-old Brian Way was arrested. More than 45 terabytes of data were seized.
Way was charged with multiple counts related to child pornography, including selling and distributing child pornography and instructing commission of offence for criminal organization.
The company had been operating since 2005 and had revenues in excess of $4-million. For approximately $40 customers could buy about an hour of video, and receive photos at a discount, delivered online or by mail, police say.
Some of the children exploited in the films were as young as five. Azov commissioned videographers around the world to take pictures and images that the company would subsequently distribute through the mail and online. Many of the victims were from Ukraine and Romania. Many of the pictures and videos were shot in people’s apartments, back yards and “dingy saunas.”
24 Canadian children were rescued as a result of Project Spade. The children were not necessarily involved in the production of Azov material, and their exploitation was discovered when police were investigating people who bought material from the company.
At the home of a retired teacher, they found 350,000 pictures and more than 9,000 video showing child sexual abuse. They say some of the children were known to the man, who is also accused of abusing a child in his family. Spinoff investigations led to caches of images and hundreds of children from around the world. At least two teachers and nine medical professionals were among the Canadians arrested.
Beaven-Desjardins said Toronto police subsequently shared the company’s customer databases with other Canadian as well as international law enforcement agencies.
Information on Azov led to more than 150 law enforcement actions against Americans who were purchasing material from the company, including persons in the District of Columbia.
Project Spade arrests by the numbers
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The Millers’ three-year-old son, Evan, exhibited frequent symptoms of distress. “People kept telling us he was just a cranky, colicky baby,” says Amanda. At 12 weeks of age, Evan abruptly stopped taking any food and screamed when anyone touched his abdomen. In the emergency room, it was determined that Evan had fluid in his abdomen and low blood sugar. His blood wasn’t clotting and his kidneys and spleen were enlarged. Most alarming, there were signs of liver failure.
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia diagnosed the condition as tyrosinemia type 1, which is a rare metabolic disease.
The orphan drug Orfadin® was approved by FDA in 2002. However, because Jon is self-employed as an auto mechanic, the family did not have insurance that would cover the cost of the drug. Jon connected online with another parent who told him about NORD and its Patient Assistance Programs, which help patients obtain needed medications. While other organizations and companies provide PAPs for medications today, NORD was the first to do so.
NORD partners with Rare Disease Therapeutics on a PAP for Orfadin®. When Jon Miller called to inquire about that program, he spoke to Michelle Mortara, a patient assistance specialist. NORD, the specialty pharmacy, and the company providing the drug.
Within one day, the medication arrived at the hospital, and little Evan and his parents were soon on their way home. Today, Evan attends pre-school and “does all the things three-year-olds like to do,” his mother says.
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Traveling around Europe, Mathew McVarish is sending a message to victims of child sexual abuse, on his “Road to Change” 10,000 mile walk. Listen to his inspiring words to Ariana-Leilani and others:
In an interview on the Jay Leno show, President Obama stated:
Well, I’ve been very clear that when it comes to universal rights, when it comes to people’s basic freedoms, that whether you are discriminating on the basis of race, religion, gender or sexual orientation, you are violating the basic morality that I think should transcend every country. And I have no patience for countries that try to treat gays or lesbians or transgender persons in ways that intimidate them or are harmful to them.
Doesn’t 10 Year Old Ariana-Leilani, who lives in Washington DC’s Ward 3, have a right to life saving medical care? Stop the discrimination against Ariana-Leilani. Let’s stop the violation of her rights.
Read more: President Obama on Leno Show
A recent Silent Tears Study done in South Carolina points out that:
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Innocense in Danger is making headlines in France for pursuing justice against Daniel Legrand. He remains within the scope of charges over this period. IID seeks is seeking justice on behalf of the victims that we tend to forget. Between 1997 and 1999, there have been several complaints of rape against him while he was still a minor.
Thus, abusers should not sleep, because IID will not let them rest until justice is served. Innocense in Dangers has been a consistent supporter of Ariana-Leilani.
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