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Mother Allowed Daughter, 16, To Be Raped By Stranger Who Wanted ‘Sex With Younger Version Of Herself’

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An Australian woman has been jailed for allowing her daughter to be raped by a stranger after he asked if he could have sex with a “younger version of herself”.

The 47-year-old mother, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was sentenced to four years after she admitted to procuring a young person for carnal knowledge after she left her 16-year-old daughter in a motel room with the man who she met on the internet.
The court in Ipswich, Queensland, heard how the accused took her teenage daughter to the room in Toowoomba, west of Brisbane, where she was raped by a man named only as “Thommo” while she waited outside.

The mother said she agreed for Thommo to meet her daughter as he wanted sex with younger version of herself and feared he would split up with her if she failed to arrange the rendezvous.

Police have still been unable to locate Thommo after he raped the teenager.

The victim, now an adult, told the court how since the incident she has felt “nothing but pain, anger… mentally numb as to how a mother can do this to a child”, reported the Queensland Times.

Upon sentencing, Judge Lynch told the defendant: “What occurred was your daughter was raped. You procured her and you stood by while all that happened.

“It was done for your own selfish reasons. Your conduct was an appalling breach of trust a mother has in respect of her daughter.

“You were to protect her yet you are the one who procured her to be available for sexual intercourse.”

The mother reportedly yelled out “you’re a f*****g b***h” at her daughter while she was being taken out of court to begin her four-year sentence, which will be suspended after 12 months.

Source: ibtimes

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Richest Man In Singapore Reveals His Secret To The Younger Generation—Jesus

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Singapore richest man Phillip Ng

“There is more to life than wealth,” the richest man in Singapore Philip Ng has revealed

The Grapevine has learnt that Philip Ng is considered to be Singapore’s richest man. He has a net worth of  $11.9 Billion and he is not only financially rich but also a certified follower of Jesus. Ng revealed that what made him truly wealthy was not his large amount of money, but his relationship with Jesus Christ.

One of Philip Ng’s mentees Matthew Yao, asked what advice he would give to the younger generation. “Your heart will melt the moment you hear his wonderful answer,” he stated. According to Mr. Ng, he discovered that we are all broken and the only one that can fill the missing piece in our hearts is God – through His son Jesus Christ.

“People try to find that missing piece through the pursuit of money, popularity, alcohol, drugs, sex, achievements, and even in romantic relationships.  However, there is more to this life.  People are searching for better lives and better things, but life will never be better without Jesus.  For He is the only one that can satisfy us.  Real wealth is only found in Jesus,” Mr. Ng said

Mr. Ng chose to share Jesus with the young people instead of sharing about success and business matters.  We have to look deeper inside our hearts. God’s love is more valuable than any riches in this world.  Choose Him and you will discover real wealth just like that which Mr Philip Ng experienced.

By Remmy Atugonza

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Killing For Fun: Nurse Confesses To Murdering 100 Patients Over Five Years

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41-year old Niels Hoegel in court

41-year old Niels Hoegel, a  former German nurse, confessed on Tuesday that he killed 100 patients between 2000 and 2005.

According to Washington Post, Hoegel, who had already been sentenced to life in prison after being charged with at least six murders and several more attempts, admitted to carrying out one of Europe’s most gruesome mass murder cases since World War II.

Prosecutors pushed for a new trial after details indicated that Hoegel injected 100 more victims with deadly drugs such as lidocaine and calcium chloride out of “boredom.”

The death toll may be even higher than currently assumed, because some victims — between ages 34 and 96 — were cremated. More than 130 other bodies were exhumed during the investigation.

As his trial got underway Tuesday, Hoegel admitted that the accusations were largely correct. “That’s the way it is,” he said.

His mass murder went unnoticed for years, partially because many of the patients he treated were already critically ill and because Hoegel tried to resuscitate his victims after deliberately putting them on the brink of death. In some cases, patients survived the ordeal, but records show that fatality rates regularly increased when Hoegel was on shift.

Investigators are also probing the responsibility of the hospitals where Hoegel worked. Authorities said that staff there was aware of irregularities, but failed to act. Even when Hoegel was caught administering his deadly drug cocktail to one victim in 2005, hospital officials did not immediately intervene. They only reached out to authorities after Hoegel killed yet another patient, using the same method.

The nurse has claimed that he acted spontaneously and repeatedly vowed to never kill again. In 2015, he apologized for his crimes, saying that he was “honestly sorry.”

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Japan Gets First Female Fighter Pilot In Bid For Gender Quality In A Male Dominated Country.

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Misa Matsushima in the cockpit of an F-15 fighter jet.

Japan has appointed its first female fighter pilot, the latest achievement in the national push for greater gender equality in the traditionally male-dominated country.

1st Lt. Misa Matsushima, 26, joined the Japan Air Self Defense Force (JASDF) after graduating from the National Defense Academy in 2014, becoming one of the 13,707 servicewomen who make up a mere 6.1% of all Japanese troops. She finished her training earlier this week, and was officially named a fighter pilot in a ceremony on Friday, said the JASDF in a press release.

“As the first female (fighter) pilot, I will open the way,” Matsushima said to reporters after receiving her certification Thursday. “I would like work hard to meet people’s expectations and show my gratitude to people who have been supporting me. I want to become a full-fledged pilot, no different from men, as soon as possible.”

“I hope to be the one to inspire more people to become a pilot,” she added. Matsushima, who is from the eastern city of Yokohama, got her pilot’s license in 2015, before advancing to fighter pilot training. She will now be stationed at the Nyutabaru Air Base, and begin flying F-15J fighter jets.

The F-15J is a twin-engine fighter designed for air-to-air combat with other jets, capable of carrying eight radar and infrared missiles. It can reach top speeds of Mach 2.5 — 2.5 times the speed of sound, or 1,918 mph. Misa Matsushima receiving her certificate from the Japan Air Self-Defense Force.

“The first female fighter pilot aircraft of the Air Self Defense Force is born,” said the JASDF in a tweet Thursday. The JASDF didn’t accept women until 1993, when most positions became open to female applicants. However, women were still not allowed to fly fighter jets and reconnaissance aircraft until the ban was lifted in 2015, as part of a government initiative to increase the number of women in the workplace, according to the JASDF statement.

Across Japan, women have long been relegated to performing household duties and administrative roles, often referred to as the “mommy” track. However, facing an aging population and shrinking workforce, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe pledged in 2013 to empower working women.

This new “womenomics” policy also reached the military; the Defense Ministry launched a series of initiatives last April aiming to increase the number of women in the Self Defense Forces to 9% by 2030.

By contrast, women make up 16% of the US enlisted forces, according to think tank Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).

However, with previously restricted positions in Japan’s Marine, Air, and Ground Self Defense Forces now open to women, new female leaders have started taking the reins. In March, Japan’s navy appointed the first female commander of a warship squadron, local media reported.

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