FL - Girl, 11, fights off sex offender at bus stop, May 2021

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  1. Tealgrove

    Tealgrove #Where Is Summer? #Gannon Is My Hero

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    Dangerous location and no other kids waiting with her.
     
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  2. Sonny Crockett

    Sonny Crockett Well-Known Member

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    Just read this story. Glad this kid fought back & wasn't abducted - it could easily have gone the other way. JPS is the worst kind of scum-bag. People like this should be put in jail for the rest of their lives and never released.

    If this ****** is later released - it's obvious he will just re-offend.
     
  3. usnuzuloose

    usnuzuloose Loosing Boo Boo

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    Is he on the sex offender list? Is he on parole? What else do we know, I see his bail is set at 1.5 million
     
  4. Midnight_Fox

    Midnight_Fox Active Member

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    The speed with which these monsters can take a child is truly frightening. I’m so glad this little girl got away.
     
  5. Laughing

    Laughing Well-Known Member

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    Well @Sonny Crockett, isn't Florida your territory??? Find Tubbs & take care of business.

    upload_2021-5-19_19-5-4.jpeg
    image from theguardian.com

    This child is a hero. Agree that the awful video should be shown, and shown, and shown again. This trooper did everything right, tell, tell, tell and fight back. Brilliant!

    jmho ymmv lrr
     
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  6. borndem

    borndem Anglophile & registered demwit

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    I'm hoping that in a while, but soon, she will look at this incident with pride in herself. Hoping no horrible nightmares (how could she not have them?). Also hoping her family, and probably counseling, will build her up and she will be able to walk tall. Surely, someone from LE will also make her feel pride from what she did.
    That's a Big Order for an eleven year old little girl.
     
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  7. borndem

    borndem Anglophile & registered demwit

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    oops
     
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  8. borndem

    borndem Anglophile & registered demwit

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    Is he a RSO?
    If not, hoping he will become one after he is charged and convicted.
    He's a slug.
     
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  9. borndem

    borndem Anglophile & registered demwit

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    Things can really get mixed-up in this kind of situation...
     
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  10. borndem

    borndem Anglophile & registered demwit

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  11. zencompass

    zencompass Hope springs eternal

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    Such a brave and intelligent young girl! She was her own hero.

    Because she acted so swiftly and determinedly, thankfully she was not a victim of this monster.


    Attempted kidnapping of child, arrest of Jared Paul Stanga. What we know

    "Counselors to be at girl's elementary school today"
    "Shenna Payne, deputy superintendent with Escambia County School District, said the district is planning to send counselors to the girl's elementary school this morning in the event any of her peers need counseling."
     
  12. modesty blaise

    modesty blaise Well-Known Member

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    This dangerous decrepit predator is 30yrs old. I dont know how long he is looking at but even a 20 year sentence would put him back on the street as a relatively young man.
     
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    mickey2942 Well-Known Member

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    That is exactly what I thought. He is being charged with "Attempted Kidnapping", "aggravated assault" and "simple assault". What? 10 years? 20? Then, he is out, free. And smarter.

    Scary. I wonder if this was his first attempt, or if he had kidnapped other children successfully?
     
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  14. JDough

    JDough Well-Known Member

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    Looks like Mr. Tough Guy got beat by a little girl. :p

    So glad she escaped by using the skills she was taught. What a brave little tiger she is!
     
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    Inthedetails Well-Known Member

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    I'm so glad she escaped - she is obviously an on-her-toes thinker. And she did the right and brave thing by telling the school when he first bothered her. So many kids keep things to themselves, not bringing the adults into the situation.

    In this case, the adults FAILED her. Her mom was by her side, not faulting the mom. But why wasn't this child taken seriously by the school when a man was bothering her at the busstop?

    Because men bother girls/women and we learn to put up with it.

    I'm proud of our survivor but really mad that she had to deal with this perp TWICE.

    jmo
     
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    killarney rose Well-Known Member

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    What should the school do? Were the police called by the parents? Where does parental responsibility end and the school’s start? Or do they overlap?
     
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    Indy_ar Active Member

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    Yes, I read that but my point is that saying hispanic male would create a false impression of the physical characteristics of the perpetrator. It is likely a person that speaks Spanish (fluently) and approached a victim that he considered hispanic speaking in "her" language to create confidence. It is probably important to know that the perpetrator spoke fluent Spanish and say something like "white male that speaks fluent Spanish". My neighbor speaks perfect Spanish because she is a Spanish teacher but describing her as a Hispanic female would only create confusion about her physical characteristics. I speak German but describing me as a German male would only create confusion about my physical appearance.
     
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