Maine: N.H. man Shawn Hunt hit by shotgun pellets while rabbit hunting in Maine

Shawn Hunt, 36, of Lebanon, New Hampshire, was on a guided hunt Tuesday in Pleasant Ridge Plantation when he was injured, authorities said.

SKOWHEGAN, Maine — Game wardens say a New Hampshire man was struck in the head with shotgun pellets while rabbit hunting in Maine.

Authorities say 36-year-old Shawn Hunt, of Lebanon, New Hampshire, was on a guided hunt Tuesday morning in Pleasant Ridge Plantation when he was injured.

Lt. Kevin Adam with the Maine Warden Service says Hunt had instructed a teen to shoot a hare. He was hit with several pellets from the teen’s gun.

Hunt was taken to a hospital in Skowhegan for treatment. Adam says the injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.

Game wardens are still investigating.

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Maine’s Shameful Secret: Child Trafficking

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Maine is rated among the worst in the country for child sex trafficking.

The Bangor Daily News says Maine is an East Coast source to procure children. Those who know Maine’shistory are not surprised.

Only a few years ago, when students at Baxter School for the Deaf refused sexual abuse by their director, Dr. Robert Kelly, he tied them naked to a tree and left them, all night, in the Maine woods; to break them.

Dr. Robert Kelly was not prosecuted. The State of Maine protected Kelly and not Maine’s children. The Attorney General (AG) refused to prosecute any of the Baxter School rapists. Instead, Maine used tax-payer funds to pay Kelly’s pension through-out his retirement in Florida until he finally died, as reported by Rick Wormwood, in 2004.

“For years, the most notorious prostitution ring New England has ever seen ruthlessly exploited runaways like Jackie Pena. It took an FBI agent on his last case to bring the whole thing down.”

Maine treated Robert Kelly the same way Maine is handling retired Biddeford Police Officer Stephen Dodd; a cop who anally raped children now living free in Florida on Maine tax-payer funds.

One survivor of Dodd’s abuse, Rick Alexander, spoke about his rape “behind my aunt’s house, handcuffed, getting sodomized by Stephen Dodd.” In spite of receiving full retirement and enjoying total impunity, Dodd complained “the Chief had not given him a retirement plaque and identification card.”

No prosecution, no oversight, no justice and full retirement. That is all too often how Maine deals with elite child rapists. When children are tied naked to pine trees as a “grooming” exercise for rape, when a young boy is handcuffed, his face pushed into the grass, while being raped by a police officer and no one is prosecuted, the devil is walking the halls of Maine’s Attorney General’s office.

Lawyers in the AG’s office use a “statute of limitations” excuse to justify their protection of child rapists and not children. There is wide recognition there can be no statute of limitations for crimes of child abuse. Indeed, Maine legislatures, in 1991, ended the statute of limitations for child sexual abuse. Then a federal judge, for the District of Maine, in an unbelievable judgment, ruled that “the Legislature clearly did not intend for this expanded statute of limitations to revive claims that were already ‘barred by the previous statute of limitations in force’ prior to the amendments.

Judges in Maine often appear eager to protect child rapists and not children. Baxter School, Cole Farmsthe Zumba prostitution scandal, my daughter Mila’s case in Judge Jeff Moskowitz’s court, and police who have been allowed to rape children for decades; Maine’s judges and lawyers have systematically protected child rapists and not children.

6 January 1988 UPI Archives

Child rapists like the late John Kenoyer, former FBI Bureau Chief in Augusta, who raped a ten year old girl for over a year, former Assistant Attorney General James Cameron, recently arrested for trading in child rape and torture, aka child porn and Maine’s State Police Chief Andrew Demers, guilty of raping his own four year old granddaughter — they are all considered “important people” and “productive members of the community.” Maine judges, police, and prosecutors protect them. District Attorney Stephanie Anderson said of Demers, “Colonel Demers was my hero.”

I stumbled upon the cover-up of child rape and torture at the Baxter School when I delved into the Freedom of Information Act files about child rape by Maine’s Catholic priests. For three years Jeannine Guttman, formerly Executive Editor of the Portland Press Herald, fought to get the State to release these records. When Maine did release, it was only records of deceased or Alzheimer’s priests.

Bangor Daily News 10 January 2001

If the Catholic Church documents weren’t painful enough, learning about the abuse at Pineland SchoolÉlan Schoolin the Native American communitiesCole Farms, and allegations of child protection operating a child rape ring with professors were equally horrific.

Under Governor Paul LePage, Maine established a Truth and Reconciliation Commission to create a public record of what child protective services did, and continues to do, to Native American children but there has been no justice, no prosecutions, no accountability. Senior child protection staffer, Cynthia Wellman’s allegations of a child trafficking ring have never even been investigated, let alone prosecuted.

Why not?

Robert Tristram Coffin was one of America’s great poets. Coffin spoke about sons and daughters of Maine, rock-bound coasts, and pine-trees. A place where one can still see the Milky Way at night; where old-fashion values are held sacred and folks are judged, not by their financial wealth, but the weight of their human souls.

That is the Maine I knew until my daughter was trafficked for sex abuse by Judge Moskowitz. I started researching Maine’s dark history of child sex abuse to understand how this could have been allowed to happen to my daughter. So-called “good Mainers,” who cultivate public images as “pillars of the community,” have been allowed to plunder, rape, and torture generations of children. Those, like Rod Hotham and James Levier, who raised their voices in pain and outrage have been silenced.

This was not the Maine Coffin loved. It is not the Maine I cherish.

Decades of shameful silence and impunity for child rape continues in Maine. Adult survivors like Matt Lauzon are now coming forward but children like Ayla ReynoldsLogan Marr, and my daughter Mila Malenko have been silenced. My daughter’s case, and that of many other children, is being treated exactly as the child rape by Biddeford police, at Baxter, within the Catholic Church, at Cole Farms, at Pineland, at Élan School, and within Native American communities and by child protection staff; cover-up, deny, protect the abuser not the children.

Governor (Former AG) Janet Mills

This is not “historical” abuse. This is on-going abuse. Happening right now, every day, to children in Maine, while Maine’s AG, at the time, Janet Mills protected the child rapists and not the children.

Maine has been recognized by the Bangor Daily News as a source for the entire East Coast to procure children because there is a powerful state-system in place that allows this to happen.

There are known, and protected, supply-lines of children to abuse. Foster care, child protective services, day cares, family courts, disabled children, police officers who look the other way, Native American children; wherever vulnerable children are, that is where access to rape these children is maintained by the pedosadists in power in Maine.

Dr. Rev. Martin Luther King said “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”

We must end the silence in Maine. No more cover-ups. No more children abused while Maine protects the abusers. The FBI must conduct an in-depth investigation into the corruption of public officials in Maine around the issues of child trafficking, the trade in child rape and torture aka child porn, and child sex abuse.

The silence and impunity surrounding Maine’s child rape must end now.

Dr. Lori Handrahan’s forthcoming book Child Porn Nation: America’s Hidden National Security Risk details America’s child sex abuse epidemic. Her Ph.D. is from The London School of Economics. She can be reached on Twitter @LoriHandrahan2

Maine: Noreen Yountz’ Spectacular video of a bobcat stalking squirrels

The stunning animal was spotted in a central Maine backyard, poised to pounce as it prowled gracefully yet erratically through the snow.

A Maine woman was able to capture some fantastic photos and videos of a bobcat in her own backyard.

Noreen Yountz says she first spotted the bobcat Sunday watching the bird feeders and squirrels, nodding off as it laid in the snow under a few saplings.

It returned the next day, Monday, and was clearly stalking prey. Noreen was able to capture video of the big cat steadily poised to pounce as it prowled gracefully yet erratically through an inch or two of snow.

Noreen says at one point, while watching squirrels under the bird feeders, the bobcat tried to jump her 2.5-foot-tall wired dog fence. But no luck – the big cat ran right into the fence and it knocked the animal over. The bobcat’s stumble seemingly scared itself; it darted out across her driveway.

“You are so fortunate to see this beautiful animal,” said one. “I hope to see a wildcat someday. Absolutely gorgeous!” Others said: “They are beautiful cats! This one looks like a she for some reason. 😼” and “This is mother nature at her finest!! Beautiful kitty,awsome post. Thank you for sharing this with us!!”

RELATED: Amazing images of large bobcat captured in Walpole
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Maine: Biddeford man, Jamison Snyder jumps out second-story window, then gets tased, then gets arrested

Jamieson Snyder was arrested Monday after he jumped out a window trying to avoid police. Officials found suspected heroin/fentanyl, cocaine, and crack on Snyder.

BIDDEFORD, Maine — A man recently released from prison who had a nationwide warrant for his arrest was arrested Monday after jumping out a second story window in Biddeford.

Maine State Police say Jamison Snyder, 47, of Biddeford was wanted in a drug trafficking case. Snyder was recently released from prison but had already violated his probation. He had 7 years o9-year9 year sentence still pending.

Police spoke to several people who said Snyder was acting strange and appeared to be under the influence of narcotics.

Around 6 p.m. Biddeford Police arrived at a Main Street Apartment looking for Snyder.

A woman would not open the door saying she needed to get dressed while an officer watching from the street saw Snyder jump from the second-floor window onto ice injuring his head.

When police surrounded Snyder his head was bleeding and he refused to show his hands and was tased.

Police found a plastic bag containing suspected heroin/fentanyl, cocaine, and crack in Snyder’s hand.

At the hospital, authorities found a large amount of cash on his person. Snyder is being charged with aggravated trafficking.

Snyder is presently being held at Maine Medical Center under police guard and will be transported to the York County Jail upon his release.

Maine: Former Governor LePage says he wasn’t aware of high rate paid on Trump hotel

After a newspaper article reveals former Republican Maine Governor Paul LePage exceeded expense limits on taxpayer-funded trips to Washington, LePage is firing back.

On Monday morning the state’s former chief executive discussed the Maine Sunday Telegram story that showed the governor spent $170,000 on travel outside Maine during the final few years of his time in office.

$22,000 of that state taxpayer money was spent at a Washington, D.C. hotel owned by the family of President Donald Trump.

But in a Monday radio interview on WGAN, the ex-governor brought the newspaper article up blasting the Press Herald/Sunday Telegram saying it’s biased, left-leaning and calling its coverage of him “disgusting.”

“The newspapers are in the back pocket of the left,” he said. “It is just disgusting how biased they are. ”

However,  LePage admitted many of the rooms booked for trips to Washington were reserved by his staff and it is entirely possible they spent more than he realized like spending $1,100 a night during a June 2017 stay, as the newspaper reported.

“If we paid $1,100 for a hotel room for one night, shame on me,” he said.  “I wasn’t aware of it and shame on me because I should’ve been on top of it.”

Republican political analyst, Phil Harriman, says LePage does have to answer for his spending but if he does, then the high costs are a non-issue.

“Did he spend the taxpayer’s money wisely? Did he travel for legitimate government business? If the answer is yes, then I don’t think there’s much to talk about,” said Harriman.

Harriman also thinks that if the former governor will maintain a level of trust with his supporters and Maine republicans if he shows there is evidence he needed to exceed limits on travel spending in order to further the state’s interest in Washington.

Even though LePage encouraged frugality, Harriman says there is a necessary “dichotomy” for all government officials who must do business in costly Washington, D.C.

That said, Harriman says taxpayers deserve to know if “the facts are there to back up his comments.”

As for LePage’s criticism of the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram’s reporting as unfair, Kevin Miller, one of the journalists who put the article about LePage’s expense together tweeted Monday that, “if Democratic @GovJanetMills ever spends $1,100/night at President Trump’s DC hotel (or even $362/night) while meeting with the president or his Cabinet, that’s certainly news. And we will report it.”

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Maine: One found dead at scene of Portland fire

The fire happened at 609 Ocean Ave., which is located near Lunts Corner, and was extinguished sometime before 5:30 p.m.

Portland police, fire and the state fire marshal were on scene investigating.

It wasn’t immediately clear whether the person’s death was caused by the fire.

(Hmm..)

Maine’s Weaponized Draconian LD798 Vaccination Bill – Susan Price

God have mercy upon the people of Maine and shame on you Governor Janet Mills for your alleged part in the act of Eugenics, watch that glass ceiling doesn’t cut you as it shatters through the loss of lives regarding these biological weapons against humanity, containing the blood of pigs, aborted fetal cells, metals and other toxic suicidal tonics you want to poke into the blood streams of innocent children.

In Summary, the current law allows exemptions from immunization requirements based on religious or philosophical beliefs for students in elementary and secondary schools and health care facilities. This new draconian vaccination bill would remove these exemptions.

The bill also directs the Department of Education and the Department of Health and Human Services to remove any immunization exemptions based on religious or philosophical beliefs from their rules and requires the Department of Education to adopt rules allowing a student who is covered by an individualized education plan and has elected a philosophical or religious exemption from immunization requirements to continue to attend school under the existing exemption as long as an appropriate medical professional provides a statement that the medical professional has provided information on the risks and benefits associated with the choice to immunize.”

LD798 An Act To Protect Maine Children and Students from Preventable Diseases by Repealing Certain Exemptions from the Laws Governing Immunization Requirements

The tax paying citizens in this state are in an uproar and rightfully so, shared conversations at local schools with parents and their concerns, leaves them feeling helpless and hopeless, many calling their representatives, one parent mentioned a phone call put in to Representative Tucker from Brunswick Maine, Rep Tucker stated that those in protest of this new bill have no credibility and that these people were examples of “Anti Vax Zealots”.

Mainers want to know why legislators will jeopardize American children through toxic and deadly inoculations just to attend schools yet that don’t enforce the same laws to illegals who many come here infested with various types of diseases.

Those of you who voted these representatives in have jeopardized your families and your communities legacy’s for these people are not representing you, they have a hidden agenda and depopulation is on the docket to be sure, Agenda 21/30.

There’s also Maine Senator, Dr. Linda Sanborn who introduced a bill that will jail your doctor or midwife for not injecting vitamin K and administering eye drops into new born babies eyes.

Mainer’s will no longer have the right to decline this issue and alternatives are not an option, not even if you have a C-section, that’s right, doctors will be forced with choosing informed consent for their patients or jail time and fines for themselves. LD443 will effectively bring the police state to the birthing space.

Does this mean the state of Maine has overstepped and removed parental rights and who does this affect?

This includes ALL Maine schools, Preschools through college, nursing schools, etc. “School” means any public or private, post-secondary school in the state, including, but not limited to colleges, universities, community colleges and schools for health professions.”

Children with IEPs currently will be allowed to finish through 12th grade by getting a physician sign off after they harass and tell Mainers what bad parents they are for putting their children and everyone at risk.

New IEP children will be denied entry to school, violating FAPE. If the Governor declares an emergency, there will be no religious or philosophical exemptions.

Gov. Janet Mills calls for a more diverse community in Maine but if you are a Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim or Catholic don’t bother coming here because legislatively the document 798 a vaccine mandate would not allow your children to go to school and if they do and they are not vaccinated than you run the chance of them being taken away from you.

Mainers want to know why legislators will jeopardize American children through toxic and deadly inoculations just to attend schools yet they don’t enforce the same laws to illegals who many come here infested with various types of diseases. Christians, Jews, Muslims, and let’s not forget about the Amish, and other sects, will be forced to inject WI38, MRC-5, RA237 and other morally objectionable material into their own bodies and that of their children.

We have witnessed and it is documented that many children have regressed after being vaccinated, due to mitochondrial disease, metabolic and immune challenges and many who have mitochondrial diseases. This “human-diploid fibroblast cell cultures” what does this consist of?

The vaccines contained in these ingredients are:

Adenovirus, DTap-IPV/Hib (Pentacel) Hep A (Havrix), Hep B (Engrix-B), Hep B (Engrix-B), Hep A/Hep B Twinrix), MMR(MMR-II) MMRV (ProQuad), Rabies (Imovax) Varicella (Varivax) Zoster (Shingles-Zostavax)

MRC-5 (Medical Research Council -5): “The MRC-5 cell line was developed in September 1966 from lung tissue taken from a 14 week fetus aborted for psychiatric reason from a 27 years old physically healthy woman. The cell morphology is fibroblast-like. The karyotype is 46, XY; normal diploid male. Cumulative population doubling to senescence is 42-48. G6PD isoenzyme is type B.”
Source: Coriell Institute for Medical Research

WI-38 (Wistar Institute-38): “The WI-38 cell line was developed in July 1962 from lung tissue taken from a therapeutically aborted fetus of about 3 months gestational age. Cells released by trypsin digestion of the lung tissue were used for the primary culture. The cell morphology is fibroblast-like. The karyotype is 45,XX normal diploid female. A maximum lifespan of 50 population doublings for this culture was obtained at the Repository. A thymidine labelling index of 86% was obtained after recovery. G6PD is isoenzyme type B. This culture of WI-38 is an expansion from passage 9 frozen cells obtained from the submitter.”
Source: Coriell Institute for Medical Researc

Phone number for Governor Janet Mills (207-287-3531) 
Stop this Communist Take Over and ask her to refuse this bill document 798.

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