69 Year Old Yova Kana Shaday Asks Judge to Let Him Out of Jail So He Can Donate His Sex Offender Sperm Before He’s Too Old to Multiply

JUST SAY NO … DUDE, I THINK WE CAN DO WITHOUT YOUR CHILD MOLESTING, SEX OFFENDER SPERM. 

Just when you thought you have heard it all, you realize you have not. 69 year old Yova Kana Shaday gave a personal plea to a federal judge asking permission to leave prison so he can go to a sperm bank. He did promise to return to the lockup following his deposit. Oh, did we mention that a Shaday is a sex offender who failed to register in New York City. According to court records this scumbag POS, with all due respect to excrement,  in 2005 pleaded guilty in Superior Court in San Diego to committing a lewd act with a child under the age of 14 and in 2008 he pleaded guilty to molesting a child under the age of 18. Let me be the first to say and go out on a limb, no one wants or needs your child molesting sperm! Talk about endangering the welfare of a child, one that has not even been conceived yet.

This fool might have had a better shot of being let out of jail if he said he was going to rob the sperm bank, not make a deposit.

Yova-Kana-Shaday

You too could be the unsuspecting recipient of this child molesting dirt bag’s sperm

A convicted pervert penned a personal plea to a federal judge asking permission to leave prison so he can go to a sperm bank.

Yova Kana Shaday, while awaiting trial for failing to register as a sex offender in New York City, begged Federal Judge Edward Korman for a break so that he could become a first time dad.

Shaday, 69, is apparently worried that his biological clock is ticking and every day spent at the Queens Correctional Facility, a federal lockup in Jamaica, is “robbing my last opportunity to be fruitful and multiply,” according to the letter filed in Brooklyn Federal Court.

He even suggested to Korman that if he’s allowed to visit a sperm bank, he promises to return to the lockup to accept whatever sentence is imposed.

 

32 Year Old Chicago Man (Judex Colon) Sexually Assaults 4 Year Old Girl on Bus After Just Having Registered as a Sex Offender

THIS IS THE REASON WHY YOU SHOULD LOCK THE DOOR AND THROW AWAY THE KEY WITH SEX OFFENDERS

A 32 year old Chicago convicted sex offender, Judex Colon, has been arrested for the sexual assault of a 4 year old girl on a CTA bus. The story sounds sick enough with that alone; however, it gets worse if possible. The habitual sex offender boarded a city bus after just registering as a sex offender at the Chicago Police Headquarters, sat down next to an innocent 4 year old girl and sexually assaulted her. ARE YOU SERIOUS!?! This deviant was on his way home from registering as a sex offender and he commits a sex crime! Colon was charged with predatory criminal sexual assault of a victim under the age of 13 and held without bond. Thirteen, the girl was 4!!!  The Class X charges carries a sentence of 6 to 30 years in prison on conviction.

Here is a shock, this POS has a criminal history of sexual assault. Colon was previously convicted in 2008 of aggravated criminal sexual abuse of a victim under the age of 13 in Lake County, Indiana. Colon sexually abused two girls while working as a carnival-ride operator. He was also convicted of failure to register as a sex offender in Cook County in 2013 and sentenced to two years in prison.

Judex Colon

A Chicago man who had just registered as a sex offender is charged with sexual assault for allegedly groping a four-year-old girl on his bus ride home, reports CBS Chicago.

Judex Colon, 32, boarded a city bus Tuesday afternoon and sat down next to the girl, according to a statement from the Cook County state’s attorney’s office. At the time, he was returning from registering as a sex offender at the Chicago Police Headquarters, according to the station.

While riding the bus, Colon “placed his hands on the victim over her clothes and then lifted the child’s jacket and continued to inappropriately touch and rub the victim,” according to the state’s attorney’s office. Colon then allegedly got off the bus and ran away.

The girl, who was riding the bus with relatives, was so frightened by the incident that she urinated on herself, prosecutors said. She told her mother about the assault after arriving home.

Sex offender charged with assaulting 4-year-old girl on CTA bus:

At what point do we take these crimes against children seriously and throw these SOB’s in prison for life? How about when he is sent back to general population in prison, this POS is given a shirt that says,”I sexually assault children”.

A police booking photo showed Colon, who was arrested Wednesday, wearing an orange T-shirt that read, “You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say will be misquoted and used against you.”

He appeared to be wearing the same shirt under a black hoodie in court Friday.

NCAA Announces They Will Restore Previously Vacated 112 Penn State Football Wins Making Joe Paterno Again the Winningest Coach in Major College Football History

MOVE OVER BOBBY BOWDEN, JOE PA IS BACK TO BEING THE WINNINGEST FOOTBALL COACH IN MAJOR COLLEGE FOOTBALL HISTORY …

Joe Paterno, the late head coach of the Penn St. Nittany Lions, is back to being the winningest coach in major college football history. The NCAA announced on Friday that they would restore 112 wins by the school’s football team that were wiped out in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky child molestation sex scandal. The deal still must be approved by the NCAA board and the Penn State board, but that is probably pretty much of a done deal. This  would return Joe Paterno’s record to 409-136-3. Wow, this is big. The NCAA just blinked. They are basically admitting they overstepped their authority in the sanctions following the Sandusky scandal.  By restoring the wins, Joe Paterno will move back to the top of college football’s all-time Division I, major college wins:

  1. Joe Paterno (409)
  2. Bobby Bowden (377)
  3. Paul “Bear” Bryant (323)
  4. Glenn Scobey Warner (319)

I wonder how long it will be before PSU brings back Joe Pa’s the statue?

Joe Paterno

The NCAA on Friday announced a proposed agreement that would restore 112 wins by the school’s football team that were wiped out during the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal and would put the late Joe Paterno back as the winningest coach in major college football history.

College sports’ governing body announced the proposed deal weeks before a scheduled trial in state court on the legality of the 2012 consent decree it would replace.

The new deal would direct a $60 million fine to address child abuse be spent within Pennsylvania and would resolve the lawsuit.

The deal still must be approved by the NCAA board and the Penn State board. Penn State trustees’ chairman Keith Masser told The Associated Press that board members were having a private discussion early Friday afternoon about the lawsuit.

The announcement follows the NCAA’s decision last year to reinstate the school’s full complement of football scholarships and let Penn State participate in post-season play, and comes just days after a federal judge declined to rule on the consent decree’s constitutionality. The proposed settlement does not discuss the validity of the original consent decree.

Watch live: Corman announcement on lawsuit over Penn State sanctions.

Today is a great victory for everyone who has fought for the truth in the Sandusky tragedy. The repeal of the consent decree and the return of the wins to the University and Joe Paterno confirm that the NCAA and the Board of Trustees acted prematurely and irresponsibly in the unprecedented sanctions the NCAA imposed on the University, the players, coaches and the community.

This case should always have been about the pursuit of the truth, not the unjust vilification of the culture of a great institution and the scapegoating of coaches, players and administrators who were never given a chance to defend themselves.

For nearly three years, everyone associated with Penn State has had to bear the mark of shame placed upon the institution by the NCAA. It was a grievously wrong action, precipitated by panic, rather than a thoughtful and careful examination of the facts.

Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman is holding a 1 p.m. news conference to make a major announcement in the ongoing litigation involving the NCAA and Penn State University concerning the validity of the 2012 Consent Decree that resulted in sanctions against Penn State.

Corman’s lawsuit has turned into a case testing the validity of the penalties contained in the consent decree that resulted in a $60 million fine, a bowl ban, scholarship reduction and the vacation of 112 victories earned by the football team between 1998 and 2011.

The pivot points for any new settlement of this case, which is currently scheduled for trial in Commonwealth Court next month, would be full restoration of the wins, final disposition of the fine proceeds, and some closure on the divisive issue of whether the NCAA properly intervened in the Jerry Sandusky scandal.

Penn State

UPDATE I: Statement from The Paterno family:

Today is a great victory for everyone who has fought for the truth in the Sandusky tragedy. The repeal of the consent decree and the return of the wins to the University and Joe Paterno confirm that the NCAA and the Board of Trustees acted prematurely and irresponsibly in the unprecedented sanctions the NCAA imposed on the University, the players, coaches and the community.

This case should always have been about the pursuit of the truth, not the unjust vilification of the culture of a great institution and the scapegoating of coaches, players and administrators who were never given a chance to defend themselves.

For nearly three years, everyone associated with Penn State has had to bear the mark of shame placed upon the institution by the NCAA. It was a grievously wrong action, precipitated by panic, rather than a thoughtful and careful examination of the facts.

Fortunately, through the tenacious efforts of Senator Jake Corman and Treasurer Rob McCord, a large measure of the wrong has been righted.  This is a major victory in our continued pursuit of justice for Penn State. The victims deserve the truth as do those who have been smeared by the deeply flawed Freeh report, which served as the basis of the actions by the Board Trustees and Penn State.

Through our pending litigation, we intend to continue the job of uncovering the full truth in this case.

UPDATE II: Here’s the release from the NCAA:

NCAA reaches proposed settlement in Corman lawsuit
Agreement allows fine money to be distributed

January 16, 2015 12:58pm

Programs serving child sexual abuse survivors will now receive millions of dollars as part of the NCAA’s proposed settlement with Pennsylvania state officials. This lawsuit stemmed from the NCAA’s sanctions against Penn State University for its role in allowing serial child sexual abuse to occur on its campus.

The proposed settlement agreement with the NCAA, university and state officials, among other things, restores Penn State’s vacated wins from 1998 through 2011.

Subject to board approval from Penn State and the NCAA, the new agreement between the NCAA and Penn State, replacing the 2012 consent decree between the parties, provides the following:

Penn State agrees to commit a total of $60 million to activities and programs for the prevention of child sexual abuse and the treatment of victims of child sexual abuse.
Penn State acknowledges the NCAA’s legitimate and good faith interest and concern regarding the Jerry Sandusky matter.

Penn State and the NCAA will enter into a new Athletics Integrity Agreement that (with concurrence of the Big Ten) includes best practices with which the university is committed to comply and that provides for the university to continue to retain the services of Sen. George Mitchell and his firm to support the university’s activities under the Athletics Integrity Agreement and in the areas of compliance, ethics and integrity.
In July 2012, the NCAA Division I Board of Directors and Executive Committee issued unprecedented sanctions for Penn State’s role in enabling child sexual abuse to occur on campus. In addition to the $60 million fine and vacation of wins, these penalties included a four-year postseason ban, scholarship reductions, five-year probation and a waiver of transfer rules. The NCAA Executive Committee restored postseason access and the full complement of scholarships in 2014, based on the recommendation from Athletics Integrity Monitor Sen. George Mitchell in response to the university’s progress.

“I am pleased to learn that financial resources to help child sexual abuse survivors will soon become available,” said Sen. George J. Mitchell. “I remain impressed with Penn State’s progress to date and look forward to its many reforms and improvements continuing to take root.”

“Continuing this litigation would further delay the distribution of funds to child sexual abuse survivors for years, undermining the very intent of the fine,” said Harris Pastides, University of South Carolina president and member of the NCAA Board of Governors. “While others will focus on the return of wins, our top priority is on protecting, educating and nurturing young people.”

The lawsuit originally asked the judge to restrict the distribution of the $60 million fine to child sexual abuse prevention organizations in Pennsylvania rather than national organizations. The NCAA repeatedly attempted to resolve the dispute regarding the fine, even agreeing to move the funds into a state endowment rather than distribute them nationally as originally intended. The judge denied this motion and expanded the lawsuit to include the NCAA’s authority to act in this matter, which the plaintiffs did not previously question. Penn State initiated the latest settlement discussions in mid-December.

“Today’s agreement with Penn State reaffirms our authority to act,” said Kirk Schulz, Kansas State University president and chair of the NCAA Board of Governors. “The NCAA has a legitimate role when a member’s actions threaten the integrity of college sports. We acted in good faith in addressing the failures and subsequent improvements on Penn State’s campus. We must acknowledge the continued progress of the university while also maintaining our commitment to supporting the survivors of child sexual abuse.”

The NCAA will aggressively defend the Paterno estate’s challenge to the validity of the now-replaced consent decree.

NYC Mayor De Blasio Appears to Care More About Deaths of Rikers Island Felony Sexually Abusers than NYPD Officers

Sorry, if I don’t shed a tear or could care less … I care more about the deaths of police officers than inmates. Good riddance to bad rubbish.

35 year old Fabian Cruz, who was on suicide watch, committed suicide sometime after 4 pm New Years Eve at Rikers Island on New years Eve. Cruz was put on round the clock suicide observation because he was distraught over an imminent prison sentence. Really, maybe he should have considered the consequences prior to committing the crime. As they say, “don’t do the crime, of you can’t do the time.”  The tax payers of New York won’t have to worry about this punk doing his time. Even after being put on suicide watch, Cruz was found dead in his cell, lying face up, a bed sheet wrapped around his neck.  A jail psychiatrist recommended he be placed on suicide watch this week; however, correction officers reportedly failed to follow department policy. Law abiding citizens looks at this and say, next story. However, bleeding heart liberal NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio seems to care moer about felons than he does the men and women in blue who put these scum bags in jail. De Blasio has proposed a series of changes for Rikers Island, including added surveillance cameras, more therapeutic programs for inmates and additional training for correction officers. You have got to be kidding me?

Rikers Island

The warning was sent at 4:45 p.m. on New Year’s Eve: A Rikers Island inmate, distraught over an imminent prison sentence, was threatening to harm himself and was possibly suicidal.

According to jail policy, correction officers should immediately have put the inmate, Fabian Cruz, on round-the-clock suicide observation. That did not happen. Rather, a full 24 hours after a mental health clinician sounded the alarm, Mr. Cruz was found dead in his cell, lying face up, a bedsheet wrapped around his neck, according to jail employees and internal documents.

The death underscores the dysfunction that continues to pervade the Rikers Island jail complex even as New York City officials scramble to fix it amid intense scrutiny by the federal Justice Department, which is now suing the city, charging widespread abuse and neglect of inmates.

Mayor Bill de Blasio has proposed a series of changes, including added surveillance cameras, more therapeutic programs for inmates and additional training for correction officers, to improve conditions at Rikers. Last year, he allocated $32 million for more guards and improved mental health services.

But Mr. Cruz’s death, which was confirmed on Friday by the Correction Department, appears to have resulted from a failure to follow basic policy. The department would not comment on the circumstances surrounding the death.

But wait, why was this scumbag at Rikers’ Island in the first place, that so many people like Mayor de Blasio would be are concerned about his suicide? Cruz was a repeated felony sexual abuser of a teen girl beginning when she was 14 years of age.

About two weeks earlier, Mr. Cruz pleaded guilty to one felony count of attempted first-degree criminal sexual act. According to prosecutors, he repeatedly sexually abused his girlfriend’s daughter over a period of three years, starting when the girl was 14. Under a plea arrangement, he was to be sentenced on Jan. 12 to five years in prison, according to the Staten Island district attorney’s office. In April, he had also been sentenced to two and a half to five years in prison on separate burglary and other charges, but he was kept at Rikers until his death.

Check out the rap sheet on Cruz that Mayor de Blasio seems to be so concerned out. More than 300 misdemeanor sex charges in an unrelated case on Staten Island involving a minor and a felony sex charge against Cruz. Sorry, he needed killing. No wonder corrections officers might have turned the other way. Hell if it were me I would have given him and extra belt and shoe laces. This scum bag needed killing.

But authorities aren’t finished with Fabian Cruz just yet.

Still pending are more than 300 misdemeanor sex charges in an unrelated case on Staten Island involving a minor and a felony sex charge in Brooklyn state Supreme Court, online state court records show.

Cruz, 35, is accused of groping his girlfriend’s teenage daughter in those cases, according to court papers and sources.

Cruz was indicted in March of last year on a raft of charges stemming from several incidents.

He and his girlfriend, Kizzy Barnett, 37, were accused of attacking Ms. Barnett’s 14-year-old son inside their Van Duzer Street apartment on Feb. 9, 2013.

Ms. Barnett menaced the teen with a knife and tried to attack him with it, the indictment alleges, while Cruz violated an order of protection during the incident.

Neighbors witnessed the fight and told police what happened, spurring Cruz to tell them to keep mum, law enforcement sources said. Police arrested him for obstructing governmental administration that day, a charge to which he subsequently pleaded guilty, sources said.

25 Year Old Jaimee Mendez Missing Since 11/6/14 in Swampscott, MA (Update: Last Seen with Level 3 Sex Offender Jason Fleury)(Update: Found Deceased)

25 year old Jaimee Mendez has been missing since Thursday, November 6, 2014 in Swampscott, Massachusetts. Jaimee Mendez is a Type 1 diabetic who is in need of her medication and cannot go for this many days as she has been missing without it. Also, according to her family, she is the mother of a severely autistic 5 year old boy. Her family stated that she would never leave him for this long. Making matters worse, the family says police found items, including shoes, believed to belong to Mendez in a dumpster behind a Lynn, Mass CVS.

Law enforcement officers from Swampscott, Lynn, Salem, state police and The North Eastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council are involved in the search for Jaimee Mendez. A search in Salem around 11:49 Sunday morning was conducted in a wooded area behind Technology Way (Map).

Jaimee Mendez

Missing – Jaimee Mendez

Jaimee Mendez, 25, of Swampscott, has been missing since Thursday afternoon, according to family members.

Swampscott police confirmed they were searching for a missing 25-year-old Swampscott woman Sunday.

Officials said Mendez’s family reported her missing Saturday afternoon.

The Essex County District Attorney’s Office confirmed Sunday they were assisting in the search for Mendez.

Family members said police were searching a dumpster at CVS on Eastern Avenue in Lynn Sunday, where they found some of Mendez’s belongings.

Mendez’s family said they know who she was last seen with.

25-Year-Old Mother Missing in Massachusetts.

Twenty-five-year-old Jaimee Mendez of Swampscott was last heard from on Thursday. Family members say she called two friends, telling them she was with a male and felt uncomfortable.

“She was worried, she was freaked out, she was with this guy, he was acting weird, she wanted to get out of there,” said sister Alyssa Mendez. “The guy that she called went to pick her up and she never showed. And that’s it. That’s the last time anyone heard from her. Her phone’s been off, until they found her phone – they found her phone and her jacket, and her ID … in Salem.”

UPDATE I:  According to the missing woman’s sister and a law enforcement source, Jaimee Mendez last seen with a Level 3 sex offender.

A missing 25-year-old Swampscott woman was last seen with a Level 3 sex offender, according to the missing woman’s sister and a law enforcement source.

The search continued today for Jaimee Mendez with police reporting no new breaks in the case.

Her sister, Alyssa Mendez, 27, told the Herald Jaimee was wary of being with the man they later learned is a Level 3 sex offender.

UPDATE II: Sex offender admits being with missing Swampscott mother.

The sex offender who admitted being with missing Jaimee Mendez says, he doesn’t blame the family for looking for answers? Because a sex offender wouldn’t be the first place to look.

The level 3 sex offender who was reportedly the last person to see a missing Swampscott mother, said he has nothing to do with her disappearance.

The man said he last saw 25-year-old Jaimee Mendez walking away from his car during a drug deal.

The man told the Lynn Daily Item newspaper he didn’t blame the family for looking for answers.

UPDATE III: Sex Offender Jason Fleury denies involvement in case of missing Swampscott woman.

Jason Fleury insisted he did not kill Jaimee Mendez. Fleury stated he had no motive to hurt her. He said the last saw the woman walking away from his car after a drug deal. He said he believes the drug supplier is the person who knows what happened to Mendez.

The Level 3 sex offender with whom a missing Swampscott woman was reportedly last seen said he had nothing to do with her disappearance and last saw the woman walking away from his car after a drug deal.

“I didn’t hurt the girl. She and I are friends; unfortunately a little mom is missing, and I’m a Level 3 sex offender,” the man, Jason Fleury, told The Item in an exclusive interview Thursday. “I don’t blame [the family] for being angry, they’ve got to take blame on somebody and a Level 3 sex offender is a hell of a target.”

Fleury, who has not been charged in connection with the incident and has not been identified as a suspect by police, agreed to an interview after being approached outside of Lynn Police Headquarters on Thursday where police confirmed he had met with an officer but would not specify the reason for the meeting. Fleury said he had been interviewed by various police agencies three times and gave the same story on each occasion.

Fleury acknowledged he was with Mendez the night of her alleged disappearance. He said that Mendez was the go-between for him and a heroin dealer and, on the night of her disappearance, he picked up Mendez at 5:30 or 6 p.m. to buy drugs.

Fleury said they took the same trip they had taken twice before: Fleury said he would pick Mendez up at her Swampscott residence and drive her to the area of a Rite Aid on Lewis Street in Lynn. She would call somebody to arrange the drug deal when they arrived at the store, although Fleury said Mendez used his cell phone to make calls on Nov. 6 because hers was running out of battery power. He would then allegedly give her the money and she would bring him drugs. Fleury said he last saw Mendez walking away from his car at approximately 6:30 or 7 p.m. on Nov. 6.

UPDATE IV: Criminal history of sex offender Jason Fleury:

As for a criminal record that includes 22 cases in Lynn since 2002, according to court records, Fleury said he is a heroin addict and “petty criminal,” but not violent. He said he was convicted in Virginia in 1997 when he was 18 for having sex with a 13-year-old girl, and that he was designated a Level 3 sex offender after a conviction in 2007 for failing to register in Massachusetts. (The 1997 conviction is recorded on the sex offender registry website but does not cite the age of the victim). Fleury served six months in a house of correction for the 2007 conviction, according to a spokesperson for Essex District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett.

UPDATE V: Divers search pond for missing Swampscott mother, Jaimee Mendez.

As Massachusetts State Police divers searched a pond along Route 107 in Lynn Tuesday, the family of a missing Swampscott woman said they believe she is dead.

Divers were looking for evidence connected to her disappearance at Floating Bridge Pond near the Salem line.

UPDATE VI: Remains of Jaimee Mendez Found and Positively Identified.

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