#1 Itís Hard to Believe Two Parents Would Ever Do This10-20-2013, 07:46 PM
SHOCK: It’s Hard to Believe Two Parents Would Ever Do This to Their Young Daughters
Oct. 20, 2013 8:51am Oliver Darcy
A Tennessee couple made their first appearance in court Friday to face allegations that they sold their daughters — ages 5, 12, 15 and 17 — to create child pornography.
Connie Sue McCall, 40, and her husband Ronnie Lee McCall, 61, were charged with the unspeakable crimes by a federal grand jury.
Investigators said paperwork shows they were selling their children to take part in sex films and that the young girls were forced to perform sexual acts in a number of different places. The parents were also strung out on bath salts at the time, according to WATE-TV.
Ronnie Lee McCall (left) and Connie Sue McCall (right) are accused of selling their children to take part in child pornography. (Image Source: Washington County Sheriff’s Office)
The revelations were only discovered when investigators arrested the parents after discovering deplorable living conditions inside their home.
“When the youngest child was taken in, several if not all of her teeth were rotted,” District Attorney Tony Clark said, according to WCYB-TV. “There was animal waste inside the home.”
Kill them after the trial.
These two should have died while trying to escape on the way to jail.
10-20-2013, 08:11 PM
Holy crap!!! Clean the gene pool!!!!May the FORCE be with you!
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10-21-2013, 08:44 AM
How unbelievably cruel. I hope those girls can get good homes. They'll have trouble trusting anybody now.
10-21-2013, 09:08 AM
It happens more than you think. It doesn't always make the news, especially if the police don't have the resources to track down evidence (in on-line porn cases) and make a criminal case.
We had an infamous case in this area in the late 80s in which the mother took pictures of the Dad having sex with their pre-teen daughters, and then was stupid enough to take the film to K-Mart to be developed. That made the news. I was grateful not to be the worker assigned to it, although cases like that inspired some major changes for the better in the child welfare system-mainly, the edict that no taxpayer money is to be paid to reunite sex-offenders with their families.
10-21-2013, 01:31 PM
That's why most children's services workers advocate roaming death squads to take out sex offenders when the police can't get enough evidence to arrest/convict them. A couple of my coworkers would volunteer to do the job, and I'm pretty sure we could hire some of the posters here. All you need is to be good at shooting people in the head. Shooting the genitals first, then the head, would be even better.
It's raining, the Tigers, Lions and Red Wings lost over the weekend, so I'm not feeling nice about scumbags today.
10-21-2013, 02:15 PM
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