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Child Abuse at Swingers Club
Child abuse in a swingers club? Yes, it's true. In November of 2004 in Mineola, Texas as a result of allegations of child neglect and drug abuse, Child Protective Services discovered that four children were taught and made to once-a-week perform sex acts in front of 50 to 100 members of the Mineola Swinger's Club. Apparently, the children were given the drug Vicodin before performing for these sick people. Those in attendance were charged a fee. In other words, these sickos profited from their exploitation of these children.
A jury deliberated less than five minutes before finding Jamie Pittman and Shauntel Mayo guilty of all charges. They were sentenced to life in prison.
The trial of another defendant was to start June 24, 2008 but has been postponed for one week at the request of the defense attorney(s). They have problems with one of the witnesses and the usual complaint that the defendant cannot get a fair trial without a change of venue.
What about those poor kids? Were they given any chance for a normal life? I think not. Sometimes lawyers make me sick.
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