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Twisted Carer Jailed After Filming Herself Defiling Elderly Residents [PHOTOS]

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A twisted carer gained pleasure from filming herself sexually assaulting 3 elderly and vulnerable patients at a care home and sending the clips to her boyfriend.

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Christina Sethi, 25, deliberately targeted victims suffering from dementia, the oldest of which was 101, who would not be able to remember what had been done to them.

She was initially charged with using a vibrator on one woman and fondling the genitalia and breast of another.

But it later emerged she had also deliberately targeted a man in his 80s who was also a resident at the South Devon care home which cannot be named for legal reasons.

One of her victims has since died.

In sentencing her to 10 years in jail, Recorder Richard Stead said she had committed “horrific abuse of three vulnerable and elderly victims who were in a care home under your care”.

He said she degraded and humiliated the victims by filming the events and sending the video files to her boyfriend.

He told her: “You humiliated three elderly people who trusted you.”

The judge said she had brought carers into disrepute and confirmed peoples worst fears about putting relatives into care homes.

The abuse came to light when a man who knew Sethi bought a computer from her and found deleted films of the sexual assaults which he reported to police.

Ms Scrivener said:”Video files were found which showed her sexually abusing two elderly female residents who were among the most vulnerable in the home”.
Sethi knew the victim’s care plans and knew exactly what was wrong with them, said the Crown.
Sethi filmed herself penetrating the anus of her first victim with a vibrator, Plymouth Crown Court was told, and sent the footage to her boyfriend.

Because she had dementia, the victim, who was in her 80s, was not able to complain.
But police said she knew that something was happening to her and detectives said the defendant was enjoying what she was doing to that victim.

The second victim was 101 years old and had dementia and limited cognitive ability.
Sethi touched her naked genitalia and breast and the victim again was confused but was aware that something happened to her. The video she filmed lasted seven and a half minutes.

After the abuse Sethi ran her finger over her mouth and asked her how that felt.

The victim tried to complain to the carer saying: “What are you doing to me?”
Miss Scrivener said Sethi sent the footage to her boyfriend and she was enjoying what was taking place.

In police interviews she said she loved her boyfriend and would do anything for him but he had not threatened her. She said she was acting in this way because “she did not want him to become distant”.

And she later admitted sexually assaulting the married male victim, who was blind and has dementia, by stroking his penis after washing him. His tearful wife was in court to listen to the evidence against Sethi.
Jeff Segan, defending, said her only mitigation was her age and her guilty pleas to five counts of sexual assault.

Detective Inspector Ed Wright, who was senior investigating officer in the case, said: “Sethi committed crimes that most ordinary people could never comprehend.

“This depraved individual carried out shocking acts of abuse and grossly abused her position at the care home.

“She committed these atrocious acts on the very people she had been trusted to care for and targeted their vulnerabilities in order to satisfy her own sexual deviance.

“Sethi showed complete disregard for the welfare of her vulnerable victims, their families, her colleagues and the care home – all of whom now have to deal with the effects of her traumatic actions.

“She has shown herself to be selfish, chilling and manipulative, committing an abhorrent breach of trust and responsibility.

“We welcome todays sentence which reflects the severity and the nature of these offences, and we hope that it goes some way to bringing some closure to the victims and their families.

“We have supported the victims and their families and they have returned this support to the investigation in kind.

“This has been an emotional and difficult time for those affected by Sethi’s actions and they have shown immense courage throughout this investigation.

“I hope they can take some small comfort in the fact that, by acting swiftly, police were able to ensure Sethi could not commit further crimes and we were able to safeguard those individuals who are most vulnerable in our society.”

Source: UK Mirror

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US special forces rescue American held hostage in Nigeria

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US special forces rescue American held hostage in Nigeria

U.S. special forces rescued an American citizen who had been kidnapped by armed men in an operation on Saturday in northern Nigeria that is believed to have killed several of his captors, U.S. officials said.

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Forces including Navy SEALs rescued 27-year-old Philip Walton, who had been abducted on Tuesday from his home in neighboring southern Niger, two U.S. officials said on condition of anonymity, adding that no U.S. troops were hurt.

A diplomat source in Niger said Walton is now at the U.S. ambassador’s residence in Niamey.

“Big win for our very elite U.S. Special Forces today,” U.S. President Donald Trump wrote on Twitter.

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said on Fox News that the Trump administration had over the years rescued 55 hostages in 24 countries.

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The Pentagon confirmed the operation but did not provide the identity of the hostage.

Walton, who kept camels, sheep, and poultry and grew mangoes near the border with Nigeria, was kidnapped by six men armed with AK-47 assault rifles who arrived on motorcycles at his home in southern Niger’s Massalata village early on Tuesday.

His wife, young daughter, and brother were left behind.

Reuters has reported that the perpetrators appeared to be from the Fulani ethnic group and that they spoke Hausa and some English. They demanded money and searched the family’s home before leaving with Walton.

Niger, like much of West Africa’s Sahel region, faces a deepening security crisis as groups with links to al Qaeda and Islamic State carry out attacks on the army and civilians, despite help from French and U.S. forces.

Four U.S. soldiers were killed in an ambush in Niger in 2017, sparking debate about the United States’ role in the sparsely populated West African desert that is home to some of the world’s poorest countries.

At least six foreign hostages are being held by Islamist insurgents in Mali, Burkina Faso and Niger. Islamists have collected millions of dollars in ransom payments in recent years. The U.S. government has frequently criticized other countries for paying.

Culled: Reuters

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Daddy Freeze says Christmas, Halloween, Easter are all same

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Daddy Freeze says Christmas, Halloween, Easter are all same

Daddy Freeze, On-Air personality has opined that Christmas, Halloween and Easter are all the same.

The controversial media mogul disclosed this when he replied a fan on Instagram who says he doesn’t celebrate Halloween because he is a Christian.

 

Daddy Freeze stated that those who celebrate Christmas and Easter shouldn’t discriminate against Halloween because they are all the same.

He wrote;

Hope you don’t celebrate Christmas and Easter either. All na the same

Do me a favor and read the Bible encyclopedia definition of Easter. Scroll left for Bible encyclopedia definition of Easter.

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#EndSARS: 11-year-old boy released from police custody in Edo

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#EndSARS: 11-year-old boy released from police custody in Edo

Human Rights Advocate, Kola Edokpayi, has confirmed the release of an 11-year-old boy, Gift Osayuhi, from police custody in Edo.

Osayuhi was arrested over his alleged involvement in burning down a police station during the end SARS protest against police brutality.

This was disclosed by Edokpayi n a statement released on Saturday.

Osayuhi was arrested for allegedly joining the gang of hoodlums that attacked Oba Market police station at Evbuotubu area of Benin City. After the attack, the young boy was said to have worn the uniform of a police sergeant and declared himself as the Inspector General of Police (IGP).

Confirming the development on Friday October 30, Mr Edokpayi thanked the Edo State Commissioner of Police, CP Johnson Kokumo and the State Ministry of Justice for their understanding and cooperation.

He also disclosed that the boy, whose mother is a widow, said that his dream is to become the IGP.

“We have been able to secure the unconditional release of the 11-year-old boy by name Gift Osayuhi whose picture went viral on social media yesterday for allegedly joining some miscreants to break into Oba Market Police station, took their police Uniform, wore it and declared himself as the new IG of Police during the ENDSARS protest. The boy was released to us after we undertook to rehabilitate and reform him,” said Mr Edokpayi.

“The young boy said his dream is to become the IG of Police and we also undertook to ensure the boy is giving a proper education so as to help him achieve his dream. We sincerely thank Edo State Commissioner of Police and Edo State Ministry of Justice for the kind understanding and cooperation. We also met with his mother who told she is a widow who takes care of the children alone and the little boy usually assist her to sell water and drinks in Ring Road.”

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