CA - 13 victims, ages 2 to 29, shackled in home by parents, Perris, 15 Jan 2018 #6

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  1. Lucy's mom

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    This is awful. I wonder what else we're going to find out.

    http://abc7.com/13-kept-shackled-in-foul-perris-home-by-parents-officials-say/2948420/

    PERRIS, Calif. (KABC) --
    Thirteen victims, ranging in age from 2 to 29 years old, were kept shackled to their beds amid foul surroundings in a Perris home by their parents, sheriff's officials said.

    Early Sunday morning, a 17-year-old girl escaped from the residence, located in the 100 Block of Muir Woods Road and called 911 from a cellular device she managed to take from the home, investigators said.

    That teen told the 911 operator that she and her 12 siblings were being held captive in their home by their parents.

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  3. Betty P

    Betty P Well-Known Member

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    Tricia Owner Websleuths.com Staff Member Administrator

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    Here's the deal.

    No sleuthing of other family members. Doesn't matter who was related to which side of the family that invented that thing from England and passed along the patient to the brother on one side of the family do you get my point? Unless the relative has a direct connection to the criminal part of this case please do not sleuth anyone related to these people.

    If you make a statement about injuries or a statement of anything and make it sound like a statement of fact without backing up what you say with a link you will be issued a timeout.

    No politics.

    I think that's it.

    Carry on.

    Tricia
     
  5. Rocco

    Rocco Active Member

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    From your link: " My parents booked several flights to go see them but when they got there they wouldn't tell them where to go and my parents left crying every time."

    Several flights? Why would her parents go to see them after the first time going there and not being told where to go, let alone several times? Wouldn't you think after the first time they would have found out where to go before booking another flight? What she's saying isn't making a whole lot of sense.
     
  6. Tricia

    Tricia Owner Websleuths.com Staff Member Administrator

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    From the Los Angeles Times. My apologies if this article has already been posted.

    Like a poster said before me this is becoming one of the biggest cases of child abuse in a home with 2 parents. It is mind-numbing what is coming out about these poor kids and the adults who were tortured too.

    I don't even know how to comment on something like this.
     
  7. Pamela_Brewer

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    Lewd acts on a child Under 14?
    If any of them are pregnant, they had no contact with anyone outside the family so...
    Possible, but due to malnutrition unlikely, however babies are born to starving women in other cultures every day.

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  8. Tricia

    Tricia Owner Websleuths.com Staff Member Administrator

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    Hey Everyone,

    I want to give you a heads up.

    No matter how new a member to Websleuths, no matter if this is the first time on the Internet and you don't know what you are doing, if
    anyone sleuths family members who are only connected because they are related and posts that info on Websleuths, that person will get a timeout.

    Please stop and think. What if this is your brother who you haven't spoken with and now your name is being splashed all over the Internet.

    We have plenty to talk about with what is going on in this case. Plenty to dissect.

    Please do not sleuth other family members and post your findings.

    Thank you,
    Tricia
     
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    Ricky Vinyard walked through the family’s trailer at the time, and reading reports from California this week reminded him of what he saw.

    “It was waist-deep in filth. There were dead dogs and cats in there,” he said, the smell “rancid.”

    He found two Chihuahuas that had survived by eating waste from a mound of soiled diapers. The family’s Ford F-150 truck was heaped with the dirty diapers and empty Vienna sausage cans, he said, “It seemed like that’s all they ate.”

    The couple had claimed to home-school their children, and the feces-littered living room had the trappings of a makeshift classroom, he said, including eight small desks, a chalkboard, alphabet and number signs stapled to the wall.

    As he moved from room to room, he noticed something odd: “Everything had locks on it: The closet had locks, the toy chest, the refrigerator.”

    “There were no beds, just mattresses,” he said, and “There wasn’t a place in that house that wasn’t filthy.”

    http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-na-perris-texas-20180120-story.html


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  11. osu

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    This was posted by Neeha Curtis @ Cleveland 19 News, on her FB page. I’ve copied and pasted the full text below. [​IMG]

    * This is a post from someone who was in 3rd grade with the oldest daughter.
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    J—— Turpin was the one girl at Meadowcreek Elementary that nobody wanted to be caught talking to. Every grade level had a designated "cootie kid" and she held the title for our year. She was a frail girl, had pin-straight hair with bangs, and often wore the same purple outfit. She was often made fun of by the other third graders because her clothes would sometimes look as though they had been dragged through mud, which she would also smell like on most days. I distinctly remember my entire third grade class scoffing at her one day because our teacher had asked her to discard a scrunchy she had used to tie her hair out of a discarded tin foil wrapper from an old Hershey's bar. After that year, J—— moved away, and she was forgotten about after we moved on to the the next "cootie kid."

    Several years later, after high school, I found myself thinking about her again. I was bored at home and was passing the time by facebook stalking old elementary school classmates to see how they turned out, and I remember searching specifically for J——-. Her name was so distinct that there couldn't be any more than a few people who shared the name, yet no matching results came up. I had naturally assumed that J——- was one of the lucky few who hadn't been bit by the social media bug. I also thought somewhere, somehow, J——- was probably living her best life, showing up all of us gawky third graders in Mrs. Llano's class how far she'd come. She was going to be that person at the reunion looking completely flawless and making six figures while the rest of us tried to conceal our receding hair lines and minimum wage jobs.

    I feel like we all kind of have that hope that those people who were marginalized growing up (sometimes by our own hands) somehow grew past those circumstances, and essentially grew up to kick ass in real life. That's what I had hoped for
    J——-. That she had used the insults that we hurled at her, the isolation we provided for her, and the ill-looks we gave her and used it as ammunition to forge a successful path in life. I was so sure that was what had happened, but today I was in for a rude awakening (see articles below).

    I've been reading these articles and seeing these statements and looking at these pictures, and I can't help but feel an overwhelming sense of guilt and shame. Of course, none of us are responsible for the events that ensued, but you can't help but feel rotten when the classmate your peers made fun of for "smelling like poop" quite literally had to sit in her own waste because she was chained to her bed. It is nothing but sobering to know that the person who sat across from you at the lunch table went home to squalor and filth while you went home to a warm meal and a bedtime story.

    The resounding lesson here is a simple one, something that we're taught from the very beginning: be nice. Teach your children to be nice. If you see someone that's isolated, befriend them. If you see someone that's marginalized, befriend them. If you see someone that's different, befriend them. We can never completely put ourselves in others' shoes nor can we completely understand the circumstances that one is brought up in, but a simple act of kindness and acceptance may be the ray of hope that that person needs. Befriend the J——- Turpins of the world.

    J——-, despite being vehemently vilified by her peers, was still one of the most pleasant people I have had the opportunity to meet. She had this whimsical optimism to her that couldn't be dampened, couldn't be doused no matter what anybody threw at her. That cheerful disposition is what makes me certain that J—— will prevail. That one day, I'll remember to facebook stalk her, and see that she is living her best life. That despite being let down by her parents and by her peers alike,
    J——- rose above it all. And I'm going to be rooting for her, as her peer, as her classmate, as her friend. J—— Turpin: from "cootie girl" to "conquered the world."

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/5359201/house-horrors-turpin-family-kids-squalid-texas-home/

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  12. Lilibet

    Lilibet Watching and Waiting

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    No worries. This “thing” was bothering too many of us, so we discussed this last night and decided on “Survivor 1, 2, 3, etc” with Tricia’s blessing. There is a photo on this thread and on the media thread with each of these dear survivors photoshopped with this designation by AnaPisces. Here it is again.

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  13. Tricia

    Tricia Owner Websleuths.com Staff Member Administrator

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    Remember, not everyone is going to agree on everything in this thread.

    Posters may come to totally different conclusions even after reading the same material.

    If a poster does not believe everything the children are saying they have a right to express that. As long as it is expressed in a mature manner and within the guidelines of TOS.
     
  14. HMSHood

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    Looking at the case so far, the surface is just being scratched. I suspect the abuse had been going on before 2010.

    I saw 20/20 about David and Louise Turpin. I think they could be injustice collectors.

    Injustice Collectors
    http://www.psybersquare.com/family/family_injustice.html

    Characteristics of Injustice Collectors:
    1.) Injustice Collectors are convinced that they are never wrong. How is it possible that they are never wrong? It is simple: They are always right.

    2.) Injustice Collectors never apologize. Ever. For anything.

    3.) Injustice Collectors truly believe that they are morally and ethically superior to others and that others chronically do not hold themselves to the same high standards as the injustice collector does.

    4.) Injustice Collectors make the rules, break the rules and enforce the rules of the family. They are a combined legislator, police, and judge and jury of

    5.) Injustice Collectors never worry about what is wrong with themselves as their "bad list" grows. Their focus is always on the failings of others.

    6.) Injustice Collectors are never upset by the disparity of their rules for others with their own expectations of themselves.

    7.) Injustice Collectors rationalize their own behavior with great ease and comfort.

    David and Louise Turpin show all seven characteristics.

    Here are more with 20 characteristics
    http://www.lisaescott.com/forum/2009/11/25/are-they-injustice-collector

    Characteristics of Injustice Collectors

    1. Injustice collectors are never wrong. How is it possible that they are never wrong? It's simple: They are always right.

    2. Injustice collectors never apologize. Ever. For anything.

    3. Injustice collectors truly believe they are morally and ethically superior to others and that others seem incapable of holding themselves to the same high standards as the injustice collector does.

    4. Injustice collectors make the rules, break the rules and enforce the rules of the family. They are a combination of legislator, police, judge and jury to those they consider their subjects. They forever banish from their kingdom any subject they deem disloyal, and only grant clemency if there is sufficient (in their eyes) contrition.

    5. Injustice collectors never worry about what is wrong with them as their "bad" list grows. Their focus is always on the failings of others.

    6. Injustice collectors are never troubled by the disparity between their rules for others and their own expectations of themselves. Injustice collectors rationalize their own behavior with great ease and comfort.

    7. Injustice collectors have an external orientation; the problem always exists in the world, outside of themselves, and in their view, the world would be an acceptable place if their rules and standards were followed at all times.

    8. Injustice collectors do not have a capacity for remorse, empathy or guilt.

    9. Injustice collectors scoff at the idea of therapy, therapists, self-help books, and other tools used by people who struggle to live with them.

    10. The phrase "walking on eggshells" describes life with an injustice collector.

    11. The IC (injustice Collector) will prey upon your weaknesses to frame all issues in their terms.

    12. IC's will always cry foul when you are 'mean' to them and accuse you of being nasty when you are confronting them with their negative behavior.

    13. They are titanically insecure and cannot trust anyone. All relationships they have, even with their own parents and children and trustless and must be reinforced by subordination over and over.

    14. They can only strengthen relationships through imprisoning their mates and banning behaviors and other relationships. Friends and family are a huge threat to the IC.

    15. They must repetitively revisit situations where you service them, give in to them and agree with them. They will over time shrink your world to a small plot of empty activities that only they like. They are terrified of travel, meeting new people, understanding new concepts and paroling you from any punishment they have previously 'convicted' you of.

    16. They do not care about you at all, they care about aggrandizing themselves with you as an assistant producer.

    17. They will occasionally do something for you, but if you are not completely brainwashed, it will be a negative experience for you in the end. Example is throwing you a birthday party. I guarantee you will not have fun at your own party.

    18. They will force you to choose between them and other things you like or love. The more you choose them, the more they will make you choose them over and over. They do not understand the concept of loyalty at all.

    19. Hypocrisy is their modus operandi for debating and arguing with you. Everything they say about you is true about them. (aka Projection) It makes it so you try to 'win' fights by getting them to agree with you, which they never can because their whole position is false.

    20. Your life will disappear into their lives. Your hopes and dreams will fade, even in your own mind. You will eat what they want, you will watch what they want on TV, you will vacation where they want, or not at all.

    David and Louise Turpin show all twenty characteristics.

    Injustice collectors are often very controlling as they are paranoid. They are prone to extreme anger and in some cases extreme violence.

    Injustice collectors are usually seen in mass killers and terrorists like Stephen Paddock, Devin Kelley, Omar Mateen, Seung-Hui Cho, Adam Lanza, Eric Harris, Elliot Rodger, and Osama bin Laden. There are many abusers who are considered injustice collectors like Gertrude Baniszewski, Lori Drew, Eliza Baker, Kayla Narey, and Theresa Knorr.

    This what I think. I am sure we will hear more about them.
     
  15. HMSHood

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    I have not heard of a motive yet for David and Louise Turpin.

    Many injustice collectors are driven by envy and revenge. They come hand in hand. Elliot Rodger, Eric Harris, Adam Lanza, Seung-Hui Cho, Devin Kelley, Stephen Paddock, Omar Mateen, and Osama bin Laden are driven by extreme envy and revenge. They are really determined to get revenge.

    It is unknown of David and Louise Turpin were driven by jealousy. It could be possible.

    On Wound Collectors
    https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/spycatcher/201509/wound-collectors

    Murderous Envy
    https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/keeping-kids-safe/200905/murderous-envy

    The Dangerous Injustice Collector: Behaviors of Someone Who Never Forgets, Never Forgives, Never Lets Go, and Strikes Back!
    http://online.liebertpub.com/doi/pdf/10.1089/vio.2014.1509

    Identifying The Next Mass Murderer—Before It’s Too Late
    https://www.psychologytoday.com/blo...ntifying-the-next-mass-murderer-it-s-too-late

    Psychology of Terrorism - National Criminal Justice Reference Service
    https://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/208552.PDF

    Terrorists are injustice collectors. It is not the sole reason, but a major factor.

    Revisiting Adam Lanza: The Official Sandy Hook Report
    https://www.psychologytoday.com/blo...ing-adam-lanza-the-official-sandy-hook-report

    Lanza is consumed by pathological envy.

    Elliot Rodger-My Twisted World
    http://abclocal.go.com/three/kabc/kabc/My-Twisted-World.pdf

    Envy is a major theme in Rodger's manifesto.

    Seung Hui Cho’s Manifesto
    https://schoolshooters.info/sites/default/files/cho_manifesto_1.1.pdf

    Like Rodger and Lanza, envy consumes Cho.

    Websleuth Radio Interview Tina Meier
    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/websleuths/2013/09/30/tricias-true-crime-radio-adult-cyber-bullying

    It starts at the 20:40 mark from September 2013 Websleuths Radio Interview. Tina Meier, Megan Meier's mother. She is describing Lori Drew as a very talkative person who complained nonstop. She is described as a very unhappy and bitter person in a unhappy marriage. Drew wanted everyone to know her plight and suffering in life. Meier's description of Drew is typical of an injustice collector. We do not know if David and Louise Turpin are constant complainers at this point. They are likely very negative people as they abused their children. Drew and Turpin are abusers, one being psychological, while the other is physical and psychological. Meier's description of Drew is more like Stephen Paddock, Devin Kelley, Omar Mateen, Seung-Hui Cho, Adam Lanza, Eric Harris, Elliot Rodger, and Osama bin Laden. I would not be surprised to see that describes David and Louise Turpin.
     
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    [​IMG] Here is the cropped photo where she looks pregnant to me. Since she has had multiple pregnancies she may look further along than she actually is. I think this coincides with the 2013 Vegas renewal. She is wearing a different dress than the other times and her hair looks the same as this picture in length and color. If this is from the end of 2013, then it would not be the youngest child.
     

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    /house-of-horrors-parents-went-to-taco-bell-for-takeaways-while-their-13-children-starved-at-home

    "Cruel couple David and Louise Turpin reportedly visited Taco Bell nearly every day as their 13 children starved at home.

    The couple was well-known at their local branch of the fast food chain, with employees knowing their names and order by memory."
     
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    Rder1462 wrote “To me, the dresses look like Bonnie Jean dresses you can buy in Dillards or Kohls. My daughter had one similar to these a few years ago. Here is an example of a similar one on ebay: “

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Bonnie-Jean...MAAOSw-

    (sorry I didn’t know how to quote from one thread to another)

    if thats not not the same dress it’s pretty darn close! I now agree that the dresses were purchased.
     
  21. arkansasmimi

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    Everything but the door? Went snooping in a home that bank had foreclosed on. Trespassing. Wonder if he found anything and kept it. Sorry it pet peeve people doing that.
    Maybe they took bunk beds with them, some girl maybe his daughter said they had couple sets of bunk beds.
    Jmho
     
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