15 Year Old Missing Allan Littlejohn With Muscular Dystrophy Was Beaten, Robbed and Tossed Over a Hillside in Mt Washington, PA … Boy Who Did It Was His Best Friend
WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON IN THIS COUNTRY?
According to a report from CBS – Pittsburgh, 15 year old Allan Littlejohn was beaten, robbed and tossed over a hillside like a discarded bag of trash. To make matters worse, Littlejohn has a form of Muscular Dystrophy. The 15 year old teen wears braces on his legs, walks with a limp. Making matters even more worse the individual responsible for the attack was his supposed best friend. Allan Littlejohn was found 24 hours later after he had gone with his friend to the store. Littlejohn had been reported missing Wednesday afternoon. Kenny Murphy later turned him self in to police and said there was a disagreement that led to the fight in Grandview Park. Disagreement, then why did you rob the kid? Didn’t mean to hurt him? I would hate to see what would have happened if this punk did mean to.
We had a little disagreement and then we walked down to Grandview where we fought and after we fought I left,” said Murphy. “I wasn’t trying to hurt him bad like I did. I regret it but I can’t take it back now. I’m sorry Alan.”
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Beaten, robbed and tossed over a hillside like a bag of trash, that’s how an angry father describes what happened to his 15-year-old son. And the attacker, he says, is the boy’s best friend.
The victim, Allan Littlejohn, 15, has a form of muscular dystrophy. His father, also named Allan, says his son wears braces on his legs, walks with a limp, and has poor balance.
The teen’s father told KDKA’s Brenda Waters his son’s friend, a 16-year-old, called him Tuesday night, asking him to go to the store. That was around 10:30 p.m. At some point, something went terribly wrong and the friend turned on him, his father said.
The victim’s father says his son’s best friend of three years is responsible for the beating, resulting in a concussion and bleeding of the ears and nose.
“He grabbed my son by the neck, choked him out, stepped on his face, robbed him, stabbed him in the neck, took his cellphone so he couldn’t call for help. He was in Grandview Park, took him and threw him over the hill,” he said. “He was 21 feet down.”
EXIT QUESTION … Where is the liberal MSM covering this story? Where is Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson with their cries of “no justice, no peace?” Imagine, just imagine if the friend was white? Or a “white” Hispanic?
17 year old Nicole Crowder has been missing since Saturday, July 6, 2013 in the Daytona Beach, Florida area. The St. Louis, MO teen was last seen with an unknown man and woman at the beach Saturday evening. Authorities are describing the two unknown people as a bald, 30-year-old black man of medium build and gold teeth, and a female who appeared to be in her late teens, has a dark complexion and was wearing a black bathing suits. Nicole Crowder is said to have the mental capacity of a 9 year old and takes medication for her bipolar disorder and ADHD. According to reports, Crowder was visiting the beach with her adult sister and has no known family or friends in the area.
Missing – Nicole Crowder, Volusia County Sheriff’s Office
Nicole Crowder has the mental capacity of a 9-year-old, is reportedly very naïve, and doesn’t have her necessary medications for bipolar disorder and ADHD (attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder), said the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office.
Crowder was last seen around 5:30 p.m. at the beach near the Econo Lodge, 1601 S. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach with her adult sister, deputies said.
She is 5-foot-3, 185 pounds, and has brown eyes and black hair. She was last seen wearing pink sunglasses, a black and white one-piece bathing suit.
If anyone has information about Nicole Crowder’s whereabouts, please call 386-248-1777.
Developmentally Disabled 19 Year Old Sydni Nicole Sherrill Missing Since 5/24/13 in Patterson, CA (UPDATE: Found Safe)
19 year old Sydni Nicole Sherrill has been missing since Friday afternoon, May 24, 2013 in Patterson, CA. Sydni Nicole Sherrill was last seen at about 1:00 pm on Friday at home in the 800 block of Miraggio Drive in Patterson. Sydni is considered at risk as she developmentally disabled and has the mental capacity of a young child.
Missing – Sydni Nicole Sherrill
Authorities consider Sydni Nicole Sherrill at-risk due to being developmentally disabled. She was last seen at her home near Miraggio Drie and Ward Avenue in Patterson around 1 p.m.
She is said to be 5’6’’ and about 125 pounds. They do not know what she was wearing at the time she disappeared.
If anyone has any information regarding Sherrill’s whereabouts, please contact 911 or the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department nonemergency line at (209) 552-2468.
Only in America, Ohio Teacher Maria C. Waltherr-Willard Sues School District Over Child-Phobia ‘Disability’
No wonder our children are being short-changed in the class room these days, we actually allow individuals who have phobias to children to teach them.
File this one under, you have got to be kidding me. 61 year old Maria C. Waltherr-Willard, a teacher of 35 years in the Cincinnati, Ohio school district, has filed a law suit based on her disability. What is her disability you ask, pedophobia. That is correct, this teacher of our children has the fear of, hold it, hold it … being around children. HAS THIS FRIGGIN COUNTRY GONE MAD!!! What’s next, those with fears of heights suing for losing their jobs as skyscraper window washers? In her lawsuit complaint, Waltherr-Willard says she has suffered from an extreme fear or anxiety around young children since the 1990′s. So since the 1990′s a woman has been teaching children who has an abnormal fear and dislike of children? Now we have to define at what age some one is considered a child and what is the age that her disability kicks in. Maybe it’s the parents who should be suing the school district, the teacher and the teacher’s union for allowing such an individual to teach their children.
A 61-year-old high school teacher has filed a disability discrimination lawsuit against a suburban Cincinnati school district. Her disability? She has a phobia of young children, The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Maria C. Waltherr-Willard, a French and Spanish teacher who was employed by the Mariemont school district for 35 years, alleges that the discrimination occurred primarily in 2010, when the district reassigned her from high school to junior high. The suit also claims the district wanted her to resign because of her age.
The alleged disability is pedophobia, an irrational fear or dislike of children. While unusual, it has been officially recognized as anxiety disorder by psychiatrists.
The following was submitted by the defendant’s attorney. You mean this was supposed to help her case? I can sympathize with those who have actual disabilities and no one is saying that this woman does not have one. However, the greater good of the children needs to be considered and if the woman’s conditions restricts her from doing the job, then she should never have had the position in the first place. How is this woman’s rights more important than the children’s rights that she teachers? We have a woman who might freak out when around the very people she teaches potentially? I guess we will all be shocked when she goes postal one day and say how could this have happened, who saw this coming?
Bradford Weber, the attorney for Waltherr-Willard, has submitted numerous documents in the case. Among the documents are explanations by psychiatrists, psychologists and the plaintiff’s medical doctor concerning the phobia. Alleged symptoms the presence of young children cause in Waltherr-Willard include chest pains, vomiting, stress, anxiety, high blood pressure and nightmares.
Actually, this story reeks of another individual looking to get on disability rather than working, something that has happened all to often under Obama.
A federal judge on Wednesday dismissed three of the six claims in her lawsuit, claims which alleged Mariemont violated an implied contract to keep her from young students.
District Judge Herman J. Weber said the district lived up to its written contract – with the teachers union – and that Waltherr-Willard would still be employed had she not resigned.
He did not rule on the other main allegations of the suit, giving the district’s attorneys more time to respond to them. If the case goes to trial, it’s scheduled for February 2014, according to court documents.