Child Abuse

Kyle Parker, 22 Indiana Raped and Murdered A 15 month old baby

According to reports, he had poured bleach down the toddler’s anal and vaginal cavities in an attempt to destroy traces of his DNA. He also dumped clothing and burned it in the wooded area where her body was found

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by Caitlin Nolan 6:08 PM EDT, March 28, 2016

An Indiana man arrested in connection with the killing of a 15-month-old girl found dead after she vanished from her father’s home has been charged with the child’s rape and murder, officials said.


Kyle Parker, 22, pleaded not guilty Monday to a slew of charges, including murder, rape, child molesting, kidnapping, aggravated battery and strangulation.

He was arrested last week on charges of obstruction of justice, failure to report a dead body and unlawful disposition of a body, to which he also pleaded not guilty after appearing by video at his arraignment, authorities said.

Little Shaylyn Ammerman’s body was found around 6 p.m. Thursday in a remote area of a private property near the White River, about nine miles from her father’s home.

She had last been seen just before midnight on Tuesday, when her grandmother checked on her as she slept.

Parker had been at the Ammerman home the night Shaylyn disappeared drinking with the child’s uncle, Adam Ammerman, according to an arrest affidavit.

The uncle told police that after drinking with Parker and his father, he woke between 3 a.m. and 4 a.m. Wednesday to the sound of the front door shutting. When he looked out the window to see who was leaving, he said he saw Parker carrying something as he walked away from the house.

“Adam advised he yelled at Kyle to say goodbye but Kyle would not turn around,” the affidavit said.

“Adam informed the detectives that he thought he saw a foot dangling from Kyle’s side but was not certain so he went back to bed.”

According to the affidavit, the uncle told investigators that Parker, who had once allegedly been found holding Shaylyn in his lap while he was apparently intoxicated, was known to watch pornographic movies featuring people being spanked.

Other friends also told police that Parker liked pornographic videos that have sadistic and masochistic themes, and that he was attracted to girls between 12 and 14 years old, according to the affidavit.

They told police that Parker arrived at their house early Wednesday and was acting quiet and distant and began washing his clothes once he entered the home.

Parker denied those claims when he spoke to police, who reported Parker appeared to have “numerous scratches on his forearms and hands that looked like fresh injuries,” according to the affidavit.

He denied that they were fresh and said they were from the cats at his home, it said.

Parker ended his interview with police when they said they believed he was involved in Shaylyn’s disappearance and that he needed to cooperate so they could find her, the charging document said.

After investigators spoke with Parker’s stepfather, who said he would talk to his stepson about doing the right thing, Parker reportedly said he would cooperate with police.

He told them where the little girl’s body was after being plead with to “provide closure to the family by at least letting the investigators know where Shaylyn was located.”

A burn pile was located near the toddler’s body, which investigators believe may have contained her clothes and other evidence.

Parker’s stepfather told police his stepson told him that “police would have the truth once they found Shaylyn’s body and the DNA with it. (He) stated he knew right then that Kyle had taken Shaylyn and raped and killed her.”

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He told his stepfather he acted alone, the affidavit said.

The doctor who performed Shaylyn’s autopsy specializes in pediatric autopsies with sexual battery and molestation. She told police this was the worst case of sexual trauma she had seen in her career.

Parker’s stunned family released statements after he was charged with Shaylyn’s murder, FOX59 reported.

His mother, Christina Patton, said: “Our hearts are heavy and filled with grief over this beautiful little girl’s passing. It is a difficult time for all families involved.”

His sister, Bree Smith, said in another statement: “It is awful my heart is broken, I pray to God my brother didn’t do it. I love my brother, I’m in shock and I just can’t believe any of these charges… I’m so upset.”

She had previously spoken out against her brother’s accusers, writing on Facebook: “I love you Kyle we will get threw this I know you didn’t hurt her I will keep sticking up for you your my brother and I love you to death!”

Police said on Monday they did not anticipate making any additional arrests that day, but the case is still under investigation and could take days or even weeks to complete.


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Leather: Hell for Animals and Children in Bangladesh

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Singer and animal rights activist Leona Lewis narrates a shocking PETA video exposé of Bangladesh’s billion-dollar leather industry, which reveals who really pays the highest price for “affordable” leather: animals and workers, including children.

Long and Agonizing Transports

Every year, an estimated 2 million cows from India are bound, thrown onto trucks, and transported thousands of miles to Bangladesh in order to circumvent Indian slaughter bans. Video footage reveals that many cows were emaciated, exhausted, and so malnourished that they couldn’t stand up by the time they arrived. They suffered from broken tails and open, festering wounds. The eyewitness did not see any veterinary care given to the animals.




Skinned Alive and Slaughtered

Cows and goats are often illegally slaughtered for their skins on the streets of Bangladesh at night, and the animals are forced to watch others’ throats being cut with a knife. In official slaughterhouses, workers bind their legs and slit their throats—all while they’re still conscious. As seen in the video footage, cows are sometimes still alive and kicking as their skin is ripped off their bodies.




Dangers to Workers

Workers, including children, were documented performing hazardous tasks such as soaking hides in toxic chemicals and using knives to cut the skins, which are then used to make hand bags, shoes, and other leather products that are sold around the world. Children even operate machinery. The unprotected workers stand barefoot in cancer-causing chemicals and use acids that can cause chronic skin diseases. An estimated 90 percent of these tannery workers die before the age of 50.



Poisonous Leather

The eyewitness visited several businesses in an area of Dhaka that has more than 150 tanneries but not a single sewage plant. Toxic chemical substances are instead dumped into the nearby river, killing animals in and near the water and causing a threat to public health.




You Can Help Animals and Children!

No matter where it comes from—Bangladesh, China, India, or even the U.S.—leather is the product of a cruel industry. Leona wants you to know the facts and pledge never to wear animal skins again. Your pledge will let designers, retailers, and others who profit off cruelty know that animal skins belong on animals, not in your closet.

Take the Pledge to Be Leather-Free!

Fight cruelty to animals by pledging never to wear or buy leather. Learn more about the cruel leather industry and make a conscious choice to practice compassion and spare animals’ lives.

Places that sell and trade and keep this horrific industry running



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