Mon. Aug 3rd, 2020

NYPDSVU Detective Tasked With Monitoring Sex Criminals Busted For Sexually Abusing 12-Year-Old

 

 

When I was a kid, we rarely ever heard of such things as this, but it’s in the news literally every, single day in the united States.  Those tasked with helping victims of crimes are committing crimes against the very people they are supposed to serve.  In New York, a Special Victims Unit detective, who was tasked with monitoring sex criminals, has been arrested and charged with sexually abusing his daughter’s 12-year-old friend.

Detective Juan Jimenez, 37, was charged at the end of September after he was babysitting his daughter and her friend and allegedly tried to kiss the girl and grabbed her buttocks, according to prosecutors.

According to the New York Daily News, “The 13-year NYPD veteran is charged with two counts of sex abuse, forcible touching and acting in a manner injurious to a child, cops said.  A Brooklyn Criminal Court judge ordered Jimenez released without bail on Friday night.”

Really?  Released without bail?

Prosecutors suggested he be held on a $50,000 bail.

Somehow I’m missing the judge’s name in dozens of very short reports, even by major and local news outlets.  It appears to me that the judge should have dealt with this a bit more severely seeing that Jimenez actually investigates things like this.

Jimenez was suspended without pay.

The New York Daily News adds:

Jimenez is assigned to the NYPD’s Sex Offender Monitoring Unit in Manhattan Criminal Court, where sex offenders living in the city are supposed to register after being released.

The squad makes sure sexual predators provide updated pictures, phone numbers, emails and social media accounts.

Jack Burns reminds us of the corruption in the New York Police Department and judicial system regarding the story of Anna Chambers, who was handcuffed in the back of a police car and raped by two NYPD police officers.

Eddie Martins and Richard Hall, both NYPD officers received no jail time for allegedly handcuffing a teenager, placing her in the back of their unmarked police-issued van, while both officers raped her in the back of the van. They said the act was consensual. The teen, however, steadfastly held to her position she’d been raped. During the investigation and trial the cops’ defense team engaged in what many claimed was an elaborate character assassination both pre-trial and during the proceedings. Her lawyer relayed the broader implications.

Michael David represented the teenager. He called the sentence “outrageous” and told reporters:

It’s sending the worst message to victims of police sexual misconduct in America, that police could kidnap someone, rape her, and throw her on the street, and get away with it.

Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez reportedly wanted to see the two ex-cops behind bars but again blamed the victim for having inconsistencies in her allegations. However, it must be noted the prosecutor’s office is the one which offered the cops a plea deal.

These defendants engaged in a shocking abuse of power which they finally acknowledged…While I would have preferred to see them serve prison time, they are no longer members of our police department and with today’s plea are convicted felons.

Martins and Hall were initially charged with rape, sexual assault, and kidnapping. However, in March, those charges were reduced to official misconduct and accepting a bribe, a far cry from the forceful, unwelcome, and unwanted rape the teen alleged took place. In fact, she never recanted her story.

Instead, she vehemently decried the rape which all started with Martins and Hall finding the teen in possession of marijuana. The two cops had sex with her, and then dropped her off about a block from the police station, never booking her on the possession charge. Yes. That’s right America. Your cops rape people and get away with it. Why would we think a cop who molested a 12-year-old will ever spend a day in jail as a convicted sex offender?

Jesus warned:

“But whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in Me to sin, it would be better for him if a millstone were hung around his neck, and he were drowned in the depth of the sea.” -Matthew 18:6

Those targeting children in this manner should be dealt with swiftly and severely.  Nothing else will be just.


Originally published by Tim Brown at Sons of Liberty Media.

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