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Girl’s assault in underground car park of an Edinburgh leisure centre filmed on mobile phone.
A 14-year-old girl was made to strip naked and then beaten with stiletto heels by three teenage torturers while her ordeal was filmed on a mobile phone.
The scene in the underground car park of an Edinburgh leisure centre was compared to “Resident Evil” – a horror film and adult computer game – by a 13-year-old boy who kept his phone video running during the 45-minute incident.
At High Court in Edinburgh a judge was invited to view the footage – which shocked hardened police officers – before sentencing him and two 14-year-old girls.
They admitted assaulting their victim to the danger of her life on January 23 this year.
The girl spent six days in hospital after staff at the Omni Centre in Greenside Place came to her aid. The court heard She still suffers flashbacks and is afraid to go into car parks because it triggers memories.
During her ordeal, she was struck with metal signs ripped off the wall, and made to lick blood off her attackers’ shoes.
Doctors at Edinburgh Royal Infirmary found the 14-year-old victim covered from head to toe in dried blood. She also had six head wounds “consistent with blunt trauma and having been caused by the tip of a stiletto heel.”
Lord Malcolm called for background reports and ordered the young attackers to be locked up pending sentence next month.
“I do not intend to have the film played in court. I shall reflect on whether I will view it privately”, he added.
The 14-year-old victim could not face coming to court but after hearing graphic details of the torture her 21-year-old sister branded the attackers as “animals.”
She said of the attackers: “They are complete animals and, no matter what age they are, it is just horrifying, absolutely horrifying.
“I feel completely disgusted that children of this age can do anything like that.”
She described how her younger sister had been “completely unrecognisable” when she first saw her in hospital.
“I felt complete and utter shock. Until I saw her I could not believe what animals like that could do.”
She said of her sister: “I think it is a good thing she was not in court today to hear this again. She could not have faced them.”
None of the attackers or their victim can be identified for legal reasons.

A 14-year-old girl was made to strip naked and then beaten with stiletto heels by three teenage torturers while her ordeal was filmed on a mobile phone.
The scene in the underground car park of an Edinburgh leisure centre was compared to “Resident Evil” a horror film and adult computer game by a 13-year-old boy who kept his phone video running during the 45-minute incident.
At High Court in Edinburgh today a judge was invited to view the horror footage – which shocked hardened police officers – before sentencing him and two 14-year-old girls.
They admitted assaulting their victim to the danger of her life on 23 January this year.
The girl spent six days in hospital after staff at the Omni Centre in Greenside Place came to her aid.
She still suffers flash-backs and is afraid to go into car parks because it triggers memories, said advocate depute Alex Prentice QC, prosecuting.
Judge Lord Malcolm was told that at the time of the attack, the accused had a history of discipline problems at school and supervision by social workers.
Mr Prentice then gave details of the attack which happened after the cider-drinking youngsters had been slung out of a cinema at the leisure centre.
One of the accused girls – a brunette – accused the 14-year-old victim of threatening her and began kicking and punching her, making her nose bleed.
The boy got out his phone telling the girl attackers “Get her naked“, as he taunted their victim.
He kept yelling to the others to get her clothes off, keeping up a running commentary. “It’s only been five minutes of torture,” he said at one point.
After telling the other attackers to “pass the baw” the brunette and her blonde companion began kicking their victim’s head as if it were a football, said Mr Prentice.
As the boy counted “One, two, three …” the girls stood on either side, kicking the victim’s head at the same time.
The boy also instructed: “Get the heels oot”, said Mr Prentice. Both girls then struck the victim with their high-heeled shoes, ignoring her screams and pleas.
He further egged them on: “Break her jaw, smack her head off the wall.”
Mr Prentice said: “The video footage shows (the victim) slumped against a wall which is covered in blood and (the boy) stated: “It’s like ‘Resident Evil.'”
The terrified girl was again kicked as the boy urged: “Put her to sleep” and told her: “You’re going six feet under.”
He also told the girl to open her legs and filmed her private parts as she urinated, the court heard.
She was also made to lick blood off the attackers’ shoes because the boy stated his mum would “go daft” if she saw it.
The girl was also struck with metal signs torn from the car park wall before a noise disturbed the attackers and they ran away.
In the early hours of the following morning police were called to a disturbance at a young person‘s unit on the other side of Edinburgh and found the brunette without her shoes and covered in dried blood.
She told them she had been drinking cider and had a fight with a girl who was “being wide.”
The blonde was found by police the following day after being reported as a missing person.
Police heard that the incident had been talked about in a nearby youth cafe and were given the name of the boy. When they questioned him he asked them to look at the video on his mobile phone – which his mum had confiscated – so they could see he had not taken part in the actual assault.
“These officers then viewed some of the footage and were horrified by its content,” said Mr Prentice.
Doctors at Edinburgh Royal Infirmary found the 14-year-old victim covered from head to toe in dried blood. She also had six head wounds “consistent with blunt trauma and having been caused by the tip of a stiletto heel.”
Mr Prentice said: “Although she had no broken bones, this did not detract from the severity of her injuries and the doctors are of the opinion that there was potential danger to life.”
Lord Malcolm called for background reports and ordered the young attackers to be locked up pending sentence next month.
“I do not intend to have the film played in court. I shall reflect on whether I will view it privately”, he added.
None of the attackers or their victim can be identified for legal reasons.

A 14-year-old girl was filmed on a mobile phone as she was forced to strip naked before being beaten with stiletto heels in a 45-minute torture ordeal.
A court was told the attack was carried out by two other girls as a teenage boy egged them on.
The boy kept his phone running throughout the incident, which left the victim caked in blood.
The three attackers admitted assaulting the girl to the danger of her life. Sentence was deferred.
The High Court in Edinburgh was told the victim spent six days in hospital after staff at the Omni Centre in Greenside Place, Edinburgh, came to her aid following the attack in the centre’s underground car park on 23 January.
Advocate depute Alex Prentice QC, prosecuting, said the assault happened after the youngsters, who had been drinking cider, were thrown out of a cinema at the leisure centre.
As the two 14-year-old female attackers kicked and punched their victim, a 13-year-old boy kept up a running commentary as he filmed the incident.
He said at one point: “It’s only been five minutes of torture,” before telling the attackers to “pass the ball” as the two girls began kicking their victim’s head.
The boy also instructed: “Get the heels out” before both girls struck the victim with their high-heeled shoes, ignoring her screams and pleas.
He further egged them on: “Break her jaw, smack her head off the wall.”
The boy then said: “It’s like Resident Evil”, in a reference to the horror film and video game series.
The terrified girl was again kicked as the boy urged: “Put her to sleep” and told her: “You’re going six feet under.”
She was made to lick blood off the attackers’ shoes because the boy stated his mum would “go daft” if she saw it.
The girl was also struck with metal signs torn from the car park wall before a noise disturbed the attackers and they ran away.
Dried blood
Police were later called to a disturbance at a young person’s unit on the other side of Edinburgh and found the one of the attackers without her shoes and covered in dried blood.
Her female accomplice was found by officers the following day after being reported as a missing person.
When they later questioned the boy, he asked them to look at the video on his mobile phone so they could see he had not taken part in the actual assault.
“These officers then viewed some of the footage and were horrified by its content,” said Mr Prentice.
The victim was taken to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, covered from head to toe in dried blood.
She had six head wounds “consistent with blunt trauma and having been caused by the tip of a stiletto heel.”
Lord Malcolm called for background reports and ordered the attackers to be locked up pending sentence next month.
“I do not intend to have the film played in court. I shall reflect on whether I will view it privately”, he added.
None of the attackers or their victim can be identified for legal reasons.

Parents who wish to encourage their little girls to potty train need to facilitate the process by dressing them for success.
If it is warm enough, the best thing for the little girl who is starting potty training is to just let her run around naked as much as possible. Then, let her wear her underwear. The less clothing she has to remove in those first critical days, the better.
Girls have an advantage over boys in dressing for potty training success because they can wear skirts and dresses. These allow for easy access and manipulation of the clothing. Allow for modesty by letting her wear a pair of shorts with an elastic waistband underneath.
When the weather starts to cool, however, parents will want to cover the little girl’s legs. Avoid using tights, as they are difficult to pull up and down. Think about yourself with a pair of nylons. It’s at least that difficult for her.
Instead of tights, protect her legs from the cold by having her wear leggings or sweatpants with an elastic band. She will keep warm, but still be able to easily pull her clothes up and down.
Another cold-weather article of clothing to avoid is the onesie. Parents have enough trouble trying to snap and unsnap these during a diaper change or a clothing change. Little girls cannot even see what they are doing, and often fail miserably, thus causing accidents.
Dressing the little girl in pants with buttons, zippers, and snaps make potty training difficult when she is in a hurry. It’s hard for her to undo them. Overalls are adorable, but very difficult to manipulate. Another big dressing no-no during the potty training years is a belt. Again, they are difficult to manipulate when in a hurry, and you don’t want to discourage her with toileting accidents.
Have her practice snapping, buckling, sipping, and buttoning on other items while she is in the potty-training process. This will allow her to eventually go back to those other cute clothes, when she has mastered their manipulation.

A Canadian citizen employed with the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office detention center has been accused of using the Internet to solicit minors for sex.
Dominic Boulter, 51, a six-year veteran of the sheriff’s office, has been using the Web since January to seek out and chat with minors ages 13 to 17, investigators said in a Maricopa County court document.
Two girls admitted to chatting with Boulter and sending him naked pictures of themselves, which investigators found on his computer. In all, investigators have identified eight girls in different states across the country who communicated with Boulter.
Boulter, a married resident of Sun City, sent naked photos of himself as well as pornographic pictures and videos to the girls, investigators said.
Boulter told the girls he was 15, but also gave them the ages 27 and 32. He identified himself to the girls as a police officer.
Boulter in an initial interview with investigators admitted to sending harmful images to a minor and encouraging her to masturbate while they were chatting via text messages and using a web camera. He also admitted in the interview that he knew she was a minor.
Boulter did not make additional statements when investigators confronted him with evidence of communication with other girls, investigators said.
Charges against Boulter include four counts of obscene material and transmitting it to a minor; two counts of sexual exploitation of a minor and two counts of unlawful age representation.

Social networking has hidden dangers for teens

From behind their bedroom doors, more than 1 out of every 10 teenagers has posted a nude or seminude picture of themselves or others online – a “digital tattoo” that could haunt them for the rest of their lives, according to a poll being released today.
Aside from the nudity, the survey also found that at least a quarter of the young people polled had posted something they later regretted, made fun of others or created a false identity online.
While teens are spending more and more time on social networking sites like Facebook and MySpace – with 22 percent saying they check their sites more than 10 times a day – they don’t seem to be aware of the long-term personal havoc they could create with a click of a button.
And their parents generally have little idea about what their children are up to, the poll found.
“Weve got to stop kidding ourselves about this,” said James Steyer, chief economic officer and founder of San Francisco-based Common Sense Media, which commissioned the study. “There are enormous consequences from inappropriate behavior online.”
The survey polled 1,000 teens and 1,000 parents to gauge how much time young people are spending on social-networking sites, what they do when they’re on them – and whether their parents know.
Source of information
Social networking sites allow members to create individualized pages that often include personal information such as relationship status, age, city of residence and birth date, as well as photos, videos and personal comments.
When Maxwell Wallace, a graduate of Lowell High School in San Francisco, wanted to know more about his new roommate at Georgetown University this fall, he didn’t just place a phone call. He also went to Facebook.
There, Wallace could read the teens thoughts, see what his interests were, what his friends said about him and what his pictures indicated about his lifestyle. It was “a better look at who I’m going to be living with for the next eight to nine months,” he said.
Teenagers don’t always self-censor online; they may bully classmates, for example, or post risque photos of themselves or their peers.
“If you’re not in the same place as the person, it just feels less personal; it’s easier to do mean things,” Steyer said. “It’s almost simulated behavior. You can be risky and do riskier things in a digital context.”
Yet there can be enormous consequences.
That alcohol-related post-prom picture? Someday an employer or college admission officer might come across it with a quick click on Google. Hitting delete to get rid of a questionable photo wont help. The digital imprint never goes away and could be flitting across computer screens around the world.
“Look, whether we like it or not, kids live in the 24/7 digital world,” Steyer said. “It affects virtually every aspect of their lives.”
Setting kids straight
Steyer’s organization is starting a pilot program this fall to bring media literacy into public school classrooms. It’ll take in everything from not using the cell phone at the dinner table to the dangers of posting personal information online. He’s talking to San Francisco Unified about bringing it here.
But parents need some lessons too, he said.
It’s a “playground with no parental supervision,” said Dr. Dimitri A. Christakis, George Adkins Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Washington, who found in a study released earlier this year that 54 percent of teens demonstrate risky behavior online.
Just 4 percent of parents said their children check their sites more than 10 times a day, and only 2 percent said their teens have posted naked pictures, according to the poll released today.
“There’s definitely not-my-kid syndrome,” Steyer said.
San Francisco parent Michael Wise worries about his kids‘ online social networking.
“What worries me the most is that kids will give out information that should be kept private, thinking they may be doing so privately,” said Wise, the father of three, including two teenage boys.
That information could include their address, phone number or when the family will be taking a long vacation.
“People forget that everything they say online is a public postcard,” Wise said.
Georgetown-bound Wallace acknowledged that his peers aren’t always smart about what they put online. Yet teens have always done silly or stupid things, he said. In the past, folks could just burn the negatives.
“Technology doesn’t create new behaviors, it just may exploit them,” he added.
Instead of worrying about the technology, adults and teens should focus on the underlying behaviors like bullying and binge drinking, Wallace said. He added that social-networking sites can be valuable, providing support and community – positive factors in a teenagers life.
But, he conceded, “it’s definitely bad to put naked pictures of you online.”
Teen social networking by the numbers
51 Percentage of teens who check their sites more than once a day.
22 Percentage who check their sites more than 10 times a day.
39 Percentage who have posted something they later regretted.
37 Percentage who have used the sites to make fun of other students.
25 Percentage who have created a profile with a false identity.
24 Percentage who have hacked into someone else’s social networking account.
13 Percentage who have posted nude or seminude pictures or videos of themselves or others online.

Increasing Number of Girls and Teenagers Caught in a Vicious Cycle in Las Vegas.
Behind the bright lights of the Las Vegas Strip, theres a seedy underworld.
“So how many dates tonight?” a vice investigative officer asks a girl.
“Seven dates,” she said.
“Seven dates – and you’re getting 100 bucks a date?” asks the agent.
The girl nods.
“The reality is that a lot of people come to Las Vegas and they think that prostitution is legal,” said Lt. Karen Hughes with the Las Vegas vice squad. “So when they come here and it’s an adult playground they think that kids are for sale.”
Some of the kids are as young as 12 – part of a massive workforce of prostitutes, some 35,000 strong, who operate in casinos, clubs, hotels and the streets along the Vegas strip, reports CBS News anchor Katie Couric.
CBS News spent one night with an undercover vice squad from the city’s police department. Six women were arrested in five hours – two of them were under 18.
“How come you’re down on the strip this hour of the night?” asked an agent.
“I was just walking,” said a girl, sobbing.
“There are a lot of bad things that can happen out here to a girl your age,” the agent said.
Tina – who CBS News disguised for her own safety – used to be one of those girls. Raised by an absentee mother who worked as a call girl, she was lured into prostitution by a pimp posing as a rap star looking for girls to star in a music video.
“I remember turning my first trick at 12 years old, and after that it was kind of like a whatever thing,” Tina said. “I did it once, I might as well do it again.”
By 17, Tina was strung out on drugs, had been arrested several times, and was being abused by her pimp. She hit rock bottom.
“I looked at myself in the mirror one day, and I didn’t even recognize myself,” Tina said. “I just cried and said, ‘What am I doing with my life?’ I didn’t care about anything. I didn’t want to live anymore.”
After her last arrest she was placed in a group home where a former prostitute helped her find a job and get off the streets.
Tina’s story is hardly unusual. Underage prostitution in Sin City is on the rise. In the last two years nearly 400 girls under the age of 18 have been arrested or detained by the Vegas vice squad. Half the pimps arrested this year had prostitutes who were underage. And these girls are not all from Nevada – 60 percent come from other states across the country.
“I believe now that children have become a commodity for these pimps no different than drugs and running guns,” Hughes said. “They’re just reusable.”
Reusable and caught in a vicious cycle. Because they’re underage, the girls arent jailed. Instead, they’re temporarily placed into detention centers or group homes where resources are limited. As a result, 80 percent run right back to the streets and into the arms of their pimps.
For Judge William Voy, this is unacceptable. For the past four years Voy is the only judge presiding over the “teen prostitution court” in Las Vegas .
His frustration shows.
“How is the system failing these kids?” Couric asked.
“We are failing these children because we’re failing to recognize the problem,” Voy said. “We get one jurisdiction that deals with the problem effectively, they just move them somewhere else. You need a concerted nationwide effort – you need national attention to this.”
A small plot of land on the outskirts of Las Vegas is where Voy hopes to build a model for the nation. He wants to establish a specialized safe house staffed by probation officers and social workers who can de-program girls who believe pimps are their protectors – a place where the girls are not permitted to leave.
He’s driven by faces he sees every day – part of a generation of young lives already destroyed before they’ve even had a chance to grow up.
“See that 12 year old, or 13 or 14 year old standing in front of you, and you look at that child and go, ‘Oh my God, this is what’s happening to you and been happening to you?’ I can’t let that persist,” Voy said.
The recession has put his vision on hold. So the lot sits empty. And in the city of bright lights, countless teens live in the shadows, with the odds against them and nowhere to turn.
Until public funds become available, Voy is looking to the private sector to fund his safe house. To learn more about the safe house, click here.

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before.
A 52-year-old guy walks into an apartment complex with some crazy thoughts on his shoulder, says to himself, “Dudes, let’s snag a free laptop, scatter some lady-clothes about and run down a hallway all Full Moon Fevered near the security cameras.” This, on the same day he busted into two houses, threw some teen-lady clothes around (and stealing mom-lady clothes) and wrote some naughty words on a mirror before dropping the keys to the elementary school at which he’s the custodial engineer of errant puke, pee and poo remediation. (Whoops!)
All of which leads the local news programs to go all “Naked Burglar!!!” with the tale, but losing the subtle humor when they start throwing such terms as “stunning” and “seeking high bail” around while quoting a laptop-deficient “victim” saying she’s scared to even look out her window now. Christ.
Here are a few applicable knowledge eggs:
It’s a no-no to break, enter and steal. This applies to people both naked and clothed.
It’s a no-no to flash people who didn’t ask, or offer money, for the pleasure of seeing thy man-root.
It’s a no-no to have kooky people around pre-teens, but only if they have done, or entertained the idea of doing, a damn thing wrong on the elementary campus.
Finally, it’s also a no-no to turn all molehill maker when a crime not only was kind of misdemeanor-y in the physical-victims column but was –- let’s face it -– kind of entertaining with its bite-me-Puritans vibe.
Maybe it’s just the “Jame Gumb doing the tuck to ‘Goodbye Horses’ is fucking comedy GOLD” brain lobe doing the thinking for me. Or maybe it’s watching a jiggly old white ass on TV at happy hour. But, after laughing while bearing witness to Walt Hunter’s breakdown over this fable of overstated debauchery on CBS-3, I asked myself, “Did our appreciation of stupid criminals go the way of the ‘Do you have 12-pound balls … well, how the hell can you walk’ crank calls that Caller ID so abruptly stole from us?”
Setting aside the fact that suspect Michael Victor is said to need some undisclosed in-patient help, only a paranoid culture would appreciate John Q. Law pondering heavier charges instead of saying, “Pappas, do you really need high bail on a guy who didn’t hurt a soul”? Dude was naked, in an apartment building hallway for the sake of Christ; cut him some slack lest they turn streakers into domestic terrorists because they decorated a mirror with a word that starts with “C” and rhymes with “unt” in red lipstick or pawed at a teen’s Twilight tube top.
Abington Twp., do society a favor: Retrieve your sense of humor, yo. Allow the apologetic Victor to pay some compensation for items stolen or sullied before getting some head help and tell the masses to lose the holier-than-thou vibe when it comes to streaker-esque pranks gone wild.
Remember, humor is the spice of life. In some cases, it’ll even enable you look out the window without fear in your heart.

The Usedom beach on the German-Polish border has become the unlikely place for a fresh battle between the countries – a nudist war!
On the one side white bottoms burn in the sun. On the other side conservative swimming trunk-wearers turn up their noses at the naked beachgoers. Read the rest of this entry »

“Ar žinai, mano meile, su tavim faina faina”, — gali būti, kad šiame Žilvino ŽVAGULIO šlagerio priedainyje netrukus atsiras daugiskaita.
Tokių minčių dainininko gerbėjams galėjo kilti, išgirdus jo sutuoktinės, taip pat atlikėjos Irenos STAROŠAITĖS, šokiruojantį prisipažinimą — esą savo mažamečio sūnaus motinai vyras siūlė svingerių žaidimus, tačiau ji nesutikusi.
Štai tau ir nesugadintas šlykščių vakarietiškų pramogų žemaitis. Štai tau ir vyresnio amžiaus publikos numylėtinis. Štai tau ir graži lietuviška dainuojanti šeima. Kaip dabar dainininko gerbėjams klausytis jo jautrių dainų apie paprastų žmonių paprastą meilę?
Užsienyje nieko nebestebina, kad seksas šeimoje žvaigždėms pabosta. Pavyzdžiui, britai kalba, kad svingerių žaidimus itin mėgsta dainininkas Stingas ir jo žmona Trudie Styler.
Bet štai lietuviai — konservatyvesni. Dabartinis Seimo narys Linas Karalius, kadaise prasitaręs, kad svingerių vakarėliai jam priimtini, sulaukė pasmerkimo. Prie tokių uždarų vakarėlių durų paparacų sumedžioti aktorius Ramūnas Rudokas ir manekenė Giedrė Rusytė prisiekinėjo atsidūrę tik atsitiktinai arba ėję “tik pažiūrėti”.
Bet gal Žilvinui jo įvaizdis — nė motais? O gal svingerių žaidimai — tik noras perkelti dainas į tikrovę? Juk ne veltui jis traukia “kiek daug dar vietų nebučiuotų, kiek neregėtų dar veidų”.

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