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03-07-2022    05:09 PM    OPINION    While Wyoming librarians are allowed to glorify and promote sexual assault, law enforcement prosecutes it, calls it "sexual predation" in practice, and "grotesque and offensive" crimes

In our current reality, law enforcement continues to prosecute selectively, imprisoning some men for crimes Law enforcement labels the practices Librarians are teaching to kids which are being taught by Wyoming librarians as the norm to kids ages birth to 18. This is America?

There is a story in the Gillette News Record March 5, 2022, that says:

"The girls said they were paid by Mills, usually $200, because he knew they were destitute. Their mother joked with them about it and called having sex with Mills 'the bank of John Mills,' according to an affidavit."

"'I did not rape these women,' Mills said at his sentencing before District Judge James M. 'Mike' Causey. Causey sentenced Mills to 35 to 40 years in prison for the first-degree sexual assaults, and 36 to 45 years in prison for the third‐degree sexual abuse of a minor convictions."

"Henkes said Mills is 'a sexual predator,' and that the crimes he was found guilty of are 'as grotesque and offensive' as a crime can be. Although Mills doesn't want to spend the rest of his life in prison, that doesn't change the fact that his actions will have a lifelong effect on his victims, Henkes said."

That's what we're saying. ALA librarians, including in Wyoming, are perpetrating grotesque and offensive crimes against minor children through distribution of inappropriate sexual instruction, and promoting illegal sexual actions that will have a lifelong effect on every one of those kids whose lives they touch. These library materials include grooming kids for the forms of sex practiced by John Mills with minors. Grotesque and offensive crimes, per Wyoming prosecutors, being presented to minor children as training material by Wyoming librarians.

If the children are more like the ones John Mills knew, they will receive smaller recompense than those who are molested by government employees. The victims of a former Campbell County employee were reported to have been awarded millions for their participation in the sex acts which are currently being promoted to youngsters by the ALA and Wyoming librarians.

If you have a child ages birth to 18, be sure to educate them on the quickest way to become a millionaire in Wyoming these days ‐‐ sue the county and state government for the lifelong deleterious effect librarians are creating for their lives through the "grotesque and offensive" crimes being promoted to minors as normal, under the guise of intellectual freedom.

Thank you for reading. The purpose of my campaigns is to highlight corruption and to get assistance from anyone who is able and willing to help return Gillette and Campbell County and Wyoming to American Ideals, and hopefully a culture that applies the law equally to all citizens regardless of position or social class. Thank you so much for the efforts you are making and have already made. Please forward to everyone that you know who might be interested in the information I share. God Bless You, and God Bless America.

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