Monday, November 8, 2010

One Strike Law

Seems others think the One Stike Law is a good idea.

Too bad it is gonna take more and more missing, murdered, raped, mauled, beaten babies before it is a reality.

Saturday, November 6, 2010

John Albert Gardner the Amber Dubois story

Tonight on 48 hours mystery is child raping murderer  John Albert Gardner.

If we don't come up with a one strike law in this country for child molesters we are going to have more John Albert Gardners running around and more babies raped and killed.

John Albert Gardner said "I am the most dangerous type of sex offender, I will kill, I know I will, I am the type that needs to be locked up forever".

One Strike Law

Thanks for the graphic Jacey!

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Happy Halloween

Trick or Treat safety tips

As Halloween approaches, the nights will continue to get darker, making it possible for a potential predator to strike if your child wanders out of sight. In order to make sure that the night starts and ends well, there are a few measures that can be taken to ensure this.

• If a group of young children are going door-to-door asking the well know trick or treat question, it's vital that they stay within sight of you.

• In case your child does get mixed up in the crowd, you may want to think about attaching something beforehand on them that will easily point them out.

• Instill in your children the importance of not talking to strangers.

• Maximize you and your child's safety by staying in well lit areas and by tagging along with other parents and their children.

Know your neighbors!
Another great resource for your family to use when determining where to trick or treat is our location search feature on You can plan out your family's route and make sure you know which houses to avoid. Use these safety tips to help ensure your family has a safe and fun Halloween.

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Kids most at risk going, returning from school

The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children found that children are most likely to be the victim of abduction when they are walking to and from school or school-related events.

Among the reported trends:
* 38 percent of attempted abductions occurred while a child was walking to or from school, riding a school bus or riding a bicycle.
* 37 percent occurred between 2 and 7 p.m. on a weekday.
* 43 percent involved children ages 10 through 14.
* 72 percent of attempted abduction victims were female.

NCM&EC President Ernie Allen said the findings are supported by a national incidence study conducted by the federal Justice Department several years ago that focused on successful abductions.

“As we tracked these and began to capture basic information about them, there were some clear patterns that were emerging,” he said. “And so frankly, we thought this was the kind of information that moms and dads needed to know about.”

More on this and one mothers story go here:

Saturday, October 2, 2010

Sacramento - Keep a close eye on your boys

A convicted sex offender is now considered no longer a sexually violent predator in the eyes of the law.

Timothy Boggs' lawyer successfully argued for an unconditional release.

That means Boggs will no longer check-in with parole agents and will no longer wear an ankle bracelet; he will be able to travel and leave the state as he pleases.

Boggs will still be listed on California's sex offender registry.

Boggs has two convictions for molesting 9-year-old boys in the Sacramento area in the 1980s.

Saturday, April 17, 2010

John Gardner, child murderer

Habitual sex offender John Albert Gardner pleaded guilty today to murdering two teenage girls in San Diego County after prosecutors agreed not to seek the death penalty.

Gardner, 31, faces life in prison without parole for killing 14-year-old Amber Dubois and 17-year-old Chelsea King.

He also pleaded guilty to attempting to rape another woman who was jogging in San Diego last year.

None of this would have ever happened if we had a One Strike Law.

Monday, March 8, 2010

Chelsea King

Another solid case for ONE STRIKE LAW

John Albert Gardner III received a very light sentence in 2000 after prosecutors ignored a a psychiatrist’s warning and suggestion of a stronger sentence.  Prosecutors noted John Gardner’s lack of criminal history, and tossed in the standard “wanted to spare the victim the trauma of testifying” card when seeking the five year prison term for the sexual assault of a 13 year old girl.

Chelsea King, 17, beloved daughter, honor student, athlete, friend to all, has gone missing and John Gardner is behind bars. He is being charged with her rape and murder.
But now Amber Dubois, who disappeared last year on her way to school, was identified through dental records after police found her remains Saturday in rugged terrain near Pala. Police had refocused attention on the Dubois case after Gardner was arrested last week in connection with the murder of Chelsea King, a high school senior from nearby Poway.
Another woman has identified Gardner as the man who tried to attack her Dec. 27, 2009 while she was jogging in the same general vicinity where both Chelsea and Amber vanished. The woman in that attack managed to escape.
John Albert Gardner III, lived a couple of miles from where Dubois vanished near Escondido High School.
Want to know how to stop child molesters?  Lock em up the first time!