The Delco Juvenile Offender Mystery

The Delco Juvenile Offender Mystery — Our story about last night’s United4Delco’s candidate’s forum caused a brouhaha after we reported that Delaware County’s juvenile offenders are being being incarcerated at the county’s Intermediate Unit educational facility in Aston.

Delco’s juvenile detention facility has been shuttered, after all, and the mischievous tykes have to be kept somewhere.

We have since heard that they were only been kept at the school during the day. Where do they go at night? They didn’t say.

We heard that they were being sent to juvenile facilities in Montco and Chesco. Then we heard that wasn’t true, and that Montco and Chesco weren’t taking them because, well, they were just too unruly.

Then we heard they are being shipped to Ohio.

So what does District Attorney Jack Stollsteimer say about it? He is the guy responsible, after all, and dreams of being president despite an objective lack of competence in the job he now holds.

We await his answer.

We did hear that Aston Police were being sent to the I.U. almost daily to deal with the younguns.

The Delco Juvenile Offender Mystery

The Delco Juvenile Offender Mystery

Trafficked Minors Reach Queens And Sex Crimes Escalate

Trafficked Minors Reach Queens And Sex Crimes Escalate

By Joe Guzzardi

As the sex trafficking crisis via the Southwest border worsens, and the related crimes overwhelm even the largest communities, women’s rights groups like the National Organization for Women remain inexplicably silent.

NOW’s website describes the organization as a grassroots activist group focused on promoting feminist ideals. Vocal on a woman’s right to choose and affirmative action, NOW stands passively by and mum as females of all ages and ethnicities are trafficked across the Southwest border and put to work as prostitutes.

The normally outspoken Nancy Grace apparently has no opinion either on the connection between the open border and the abuse of young women who are illegal aliens without valid work authorization. For many, other than minimum wage jobs that are barely life sustaining, prostitution may be the only option. The link between the Biden administration’s refusal to enforce immigration laws at the border and in the interior to soaring crime rates is inarguable.

In Queens, New York, the combination of open borders and the hands-off policy that’s been imposed on New York’s police officers has turned the borough into what New York Post reporters labeled as “the city’s boldest open-air market for sex.”

Dressed in provocative clothing, prostitutes are seen in front of pool halls, dentist offices and massage parlors day and night. They recruit neighborhood children to distribute their X-rated business cards. The prostitutes’ brazen behavior is evident in broad daylight, in front of innocent minors, aghast residents and legitimate commercial enterprises. Dozens of houses of ill repute have set up shop along Roosevelt Avenue, a major Queens throughway. One observer noted that vans reportedly driven by cartel human traffickers have been seen unloading underage girls on Roosevelt Avenue.

The sex workers that troll the area’s red-light district are so confident they won’t be prosecuted that they advertise their services on a YouTube channel for Spanish speakers. Ten-minute long footage displays women working in the “Market of Sweethearts” as two men instruct viewers how to negotiate the best deal with the prostitutes. The channel has 19,000 subscribers.

In April, a whistleblower told Congress’ House Judiciary Committee that the “United States’ federal government has become the ‘middleman’ in a multibillion-dollar human trafficking operation targeting unaccompanied minors at the southern border.” Tara Lee Rodas told the committee that the Office of Refugee Resettlement frequently delivers children to criminal-infested homes who then treat them like commodities to be abused in underage sex or labor exploitations.

In May, U.S. Customs and Border Protection encountered an average of 435 unaccompanied minors per day. A Heritage Foundation study found that drug cartels and traffickers will exploit 60 percent of these children in prostitution, forced labor and child pornography.

In June alone, the Biden administration released 344 kids to nonrelated adults, some of whom are illegal aliens. Most of the families that assumed responsibility for the minors already had multiple children in their care. Such children are prime targets for abuse. About half of Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s “most wanted” child trafficking criminals are from Mexico, the nation that cartels control.

NOW, Nancy Grace and other women’s advocates aren’t the only missing voices that would have the influence to bring the brazen lawlessness at the border and subsequently in Queens to light, and help to bring it under control. While no longer House Speaker, U.S. Representative Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has often spoken about the importance of protecting and nurturing immigrant children. Angelina Jolie, Hollywood superstar, is another child advocate whose input on the abuse that the open border fosters is, like NOW, Grace and Pelosi, missing from the dialogue.

At this stage of his administration, Biden won’t impose border and interior enforcement. But, without a policy change, sex and other crimes involving children will mushroom. ICE and the New York Police Department have been neutered. Tragically, no one else is around to prevent the crimes from continuing.

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Trafficked Minors Reach Queens And Sex Crimes Escalate

Trafficked Minors Reach Queens And Sex Crimes Escalate

Chesco GOP Tribunal Fizzles

Chesco GOP Tribunal Fizzles — A Chester County Republican tribunal scheduled for last night, Aug. 3, fizzled when none of the committeewomen accused of being bad girls in the May 16 primary election showed.

Veronica Pidge of 405 precinct in East Nottingham simply wrote them and said she wasn’t going.

Nancy Gifford of 356 precinct in East Marlborough South told them she would be out of town and was given a continuance.

Donna Ellingsen of 215 precinct in Elk Township asked for a continuance to gather witness statements but was refused.

So she declined to attend.

She suspected the matter had already been decided.

The issue appears to concern a sample ballot the women distributed that didn’t included a couple of candidates endorsed by the county party.

Donna said any sample ballot would have been paid for by each individual and the candidates who may have been left off were people they did not feel comfortable endorsing.

In some cases, some names may have fallen through the cracks and some mistakes were caught in time, she said.

She notes that it isn’t definitively stated in the Chesco bylaws that committeepeople have to back a particular candidate in a primary election — what are primaries for after all? — as long as they back the winning candidate in the general.

That this is allowed is spelled out in the state GOP bylaws.

She further points out that the county GOP neglected to provide their own official sample ballots in time leaving the committeepeople to have to pay for their own.

The women are some of the most popular and successful committeepeople Chesco has, and their areas are among the tops in turnout for the GOP.

Chesco GOP Tribunal Fizzles

Candidates Describe Democrats Law Enforcement Disaster In Delco

Candidates Describe Democrats Law Enforcement Disaster In Delco — Maybe the most troubling thing revealed at last night’s, Aug. 3, United4Delco Candidates Forum was the unmitigated disaster Jack Stollsteimer has caused in Delaware County regarding law enforcment.

The incumbent district attorney, a Democrat, fired most of the long-time stable of county prosecutors including the fellow who handled the Arthur Bomar appeals said Beth Stefanide-Miscichowski, who is seeking to replace him.

Decades of institutional wisdom were lost.

Ms. Miscichowski has had a long career in law including time in the Delaware County D.A.’s office where she handled juvenile prosecutions, which was another thing about which she hammered Stollsteimer.

She noted Delco’s juvenile detention facility is closed so the juveniles are being incarcerated — at least during the daytime — at the county’s Intermediate Unit educational facility in Aston.

Aston Police are called there just about every day.

In response to a question, she described how crime is rocketing in once safe and sound Haverford, now a strongly Democrat town.

Ms. Miscichowski said Stollsteimer is indifferent to the needs of the community and merely sees the office as a stepping stone.

County Council candidate Jeff Jones warned of a looming 35-percent property tax hike courtesy of the present all-D council.

He said the county budget is now 421 pages. When the Republicans ran things just four years ago, it was 40 pages.

He said Republicans have to heal and come together to stop this stuff.

He gave a shout out to Dawn Getty Sutphin, the Common Pleas Court judicial candidate who was unable to attend. He described her long and respected career in law and noted that her opponent has held a law license for just seven years and never set foot in a courtroom.

He talked about the sad decline of his hometown of Upper Darby.

He said the County’s Veterans Affair’s Office has been the subject of complaints from veterans groups since the county took over. He said it’s only now gotten more responsive due to it being an election year.

County Council candidate Joy Schwartz also noted the looming tax headaches coming due to the present council’s policies. She also described the importance of elections trusted by the voters. She noted that Delco has more ballot dropboxes than any other county including Philadelphia and Allegheny. The boxes are suspect by many; expensive to maintain and unnecessary. Why would a drop box be needed when there is a mailbox just a short distance away?

Mrs. Schwartz was a William Penn history teacher for 20 years and coached the mock trial team which she took to state competitions.

County Council candidate Bill Dennon, who is mayor of Upland, said he expects his ticket to win.

“I don’t start anything to lose,” he said.

Also speaking were school board candidates for Rose Tree Media and Unionville-Chadds Ford.

The event was held at Gatsby’s Bar and Grill 4936 Pennell Road, Aston, Pa. 19014.

Candidates Describe Democrats Law Enforcement Disaster In Delco
From left are Delaware County Council candidates Jeff Jones, Joy Schwartz, Bill Dennon; Joe Dychala and Wendy Willauer who helped organize the event; Unionville-Chadds Ford school board candidate Madeline Werner; and Delaware County District Attorney candidate Beth Stefanide-Miscichowski

Candidates Describe Democrats Law Enforcement Disaster

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